Friendship/729 God-Favored (SST)

Friendship/729 God-Favored (SST) Rubber
Approx. $ 14 USD
Price $

User Ratings (6)

Speed 8.7
Spin 8.7
Control 8.1
Tackiness 5.8   
Medium tacky
Weight 7.2   
Heavy
Sponge Hardness 8.3   
Medium hard
Gears 6.3   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 4.8   
Medium
Consistency 6.7
Durability 6.3   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.2 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 12 / 12
Spin 12 / 12
Control 11 / 12
Tensor No
Anti No
Tianjiao Sponge Rubber: Tianjiao sponge is hit revealed, Hits a ball the sound to be clear, bottom vigor foot. Short Table first loop dirver is long, quick, the second loop has obvious sinking, another match is very difficult to guard against; Center and Far loop of speed is quick, pulls attacks handily, the point of descent controls good, is locked in a stalemate ability. SST-729 Rubber: Inherits 729 unique flexibility and the ultra strong coherency, and through to the granule and the bottom skin structure improvement, reduced the weight. Causes the loop drive while intensely to revolve the speed to be quicker, suits both sides Loop Driver.

Reviews (3)

Capoblanco  on 5/13/2012

Looking for a replacement to mine 729FX, with more abilities for loops, I tried some weeks ago this 729 SST God-Favored in black 1,8mm. This is a rubber with amazing control and it gave me immediately an great improvement of my game, especially with straight shots and loops. This rubber deserve to be better known.
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Darren Rapacchi  on 7/16/2010

A very hard rubber, NO dwell time. The topsheet marks easy, and after just a couple of 2 hour training sessions and a couple of matches looked like a season long rubber. This is not for the BH, I have it in Black 2.2mm and have tried it on a couple of Yinhe Carbon blades that are Off and one all wood Yinhe blade. I couldn't get on with this rubber. Would suit a 1st ball topspin smasher on a flexi blade. Avoid this if you want a rubber with feeling.
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metallikviper  on 5/6/2009

I have this rubber in 2.0mm sponge and might I add the sponge is rock hard. I have this on the FH side of the Hao Shuai 1 sided Carbon blade and Long Pips on the BH. I have a really aggressive flat hitting game on my FH with some occasional chops and loop drive. This blade is really god for flat hitting even from mid distance. Chop blocking, pushing and flicking is fairly easy and consistent. For looping is rubber is really bad. The sponge is really hard and the ball has absolutely no dwell time. Even the best of brushes generates a loud sound as if I hit the ball. Not really great for slow loopers. Plan on trying the Gambler Outlaw and the Higher III.
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