Dapasmu 6 months ago
UtilisÃ© en 1,6 sur andro novacell all excellent contrÃ´le la balle reste plus longtemps dans la raquette la prÃ©cision est bonne et la vitesse est bien variable en fonction des coups. utilisÃ©e en FH et BH pour un contrÃ´le et une vitesse optimisÃ©e et une bonne prÃ©cision. Un excellent revÃªtement Ã dÃ©couvrir.
Konjekture 7 months ago
Tried on three blades.
Homemade all Walnut Blade - quite hard and flexy. Works both sides but BH better.
Stiga Eternity- didnâ€™t work well on BH, but good on FH.
DHS Fang Bo 2- worked great on BH but awful as FH.
Pros - quite spinny and reliable for blocking and placement. Not super fast and not an outright winner by speed. A classic type of consistency based winning style. One more point rubber, not normally a killer rubber in power looping. Great spin for $25 and great blocking in passive and active. Feeling never bottoms out even though it is really soft for me. Has a kick like Chinese rubbers when spinning the ball against opponents.
Cons - can slip sometimes, it has to find the right blade to work magic, I havenâ€™t tried on a super flexible blade but it may be suited well for that more than what I played with. Good weight for those who want something with pace but canâ€™t take more weight.
LSS - give this to a 400 rated kid to teach them the basics all the way to 1800 rating with consistency and spin and enough power to win some points but not all to reach consistency. Much better as a backhand so far more than a FH on carbon blades.
Woo on 7/2/2017
Very good rubber with high control and spin.
For allround players or to tame a fast blade.
joshep on 2/13/2019
This rubber is soft yet very fast for offensive spin strokes. Andro rubbers always have enough power in their rubbers no matter what. A underrated rubber indeed.