willima on 11/16/2016
I´ve been playing these rubbers in 1,9 on vh + bh with the Butterfly Primorac for one season. I find it very versatile, looping is quite easy as well as blocking and the short play over the table.
What I find very helpful is the higher throw angle which I was missing with my previous rubbers (CTT National Hero, Yasaka Mark V) and that supports my technique. Really hard to understand why this rubber has a relatively low rating allthough it is quite similar to the Xion Vega Europe.
BlackQueen on 9/16/2014
Very good rubber, not sure why it has so low ratings... Can be used on FH or BH very direct with plenty of spin. I am using it on Xiom Zetra Quad as forehand rubber in 2.1mm thickness. Exellent for top spin drives, looping and blocking. Perfect hardness for me some where between medium and medium-hard. Great durability.
jackson11 11 months ago
Surprisingly Very good Rubber for Pushes and Spins far the table. Worth the price.
Oakes43 on 9/18/2017
After playing with Mark V on my FH for many years and recently trying some different rubbers I have settled on Hexer Duro. Despite it being my first real tensor type rubber I found it quite easy to adjust due to Hexer Duro having very good control in all strokes. Duro also has some quite similar all-round properties to Mark V which suits my game style as well as similar (medium) sponge hardness. I think it is a superbly balanced rubber with regard to speed/spin/control and I will stick with it for the foreseeable future.
denizyusufhuseyin on 4/30/2015
The red sheet is way better than the black one.