Adidas TenZone SF

Adidas TenZone SF Rubber
Approx. $ 79 USD
Price $

User Ratings (13)

Speed 8.8
Spin 8.8
Control 8.1
Tackiness 0.6   
Completely non-tacky
Weight 5.7   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 5.2   
Gears 7.5   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 6.9   
Medium high
Consistency 7.5
Durability 6.9   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.5 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 1 users using the Adidas TenZone SF.
The adidas TenZone SF - keeping you up with the lightning fast pace of modern high-speed table tennis. The TenZone SF's playing characteristics benefit from the same new sponge development as the TenZone. Its dynamic and energetic set-up is the basis for high-speed topspins with longer ball trajectories. The slightly softer set-up of 45° hardness results in a comfortable and more forgiving playing feeling, especially in the passive game. A modified pimple structure inside the top layer gives the rubber sheet an easy-to-use and stable playing feedback. Regular competition players which attack from both wings will feel very comfortable with the adidas TenZone SF.

Reviews (8)

wili0605  on 11/10/2015

Kind of a hard rubber.Didn't work well in short game,but it was a badass looping machine.It was so powerful that it's easy to play in mid and far distance.
aaronlatiff  on 8/15/2013

Suitable for experienced players focused on spin. Recommend medium hard blade.
rabanito  on 5/2/2013

Excellent rubber for looping and holding the ball. Preferably on the forehand to make better use of its bouncy trait and avoid high balls while defending with your backhand. If it would not be for the price, this would be my only forehand rubber.
dennisrhidalgo  on 4/8/2013

You may notice that expensive rubbers like this one, no matter if they are good or not, have been victims of trolls in this community. These unnamed "reviewers" have attacked the reviews of these rubbers with simple, yet highly negative comments together with extremely low evaluation numbers. The result is a totally unreliable measurement system. It forces the reader to entirely bypass the overall evaluation numbers and focus instead on the individual comments, searching not for a clear cut-out measurement, but for a general impression gathered by the experiences of the most careful reviewers. My experience with this rubber has been very positive. I think this rubber is highly underrated. It is very consistent. Compared, particularly with the Donic ones and even with some other non-tacky rubbers, the Addidas Tenzone SF is far superior in delivering the same stroke every time. There are few surprises with this rubber. It is super spinny and powerful. This rubber is good for picking up balls from below in looping strokes because its relatively soft surface grabs the ball well and spin it back with stupendous force. It is spinier, perhaps, than even T05, certainly more than T64 (which is my favorite yet). It lacks the control of T64 and of TIBHAR 1Q XD (and Calibra or other well-known control-rubbers). But if you have developed a good game, and your strokes are consistent, this rubber then is for you. It is the perfect companion for an advanced player who wants consistency, power, and spin At the same time, however, I think it is incredibly expensive. It is better to purchase it on sale.
Anonymous  on 5/3/2012

Dead rubber,it has no feel. Better buy one of the tenergy series.

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