Andro Hexer Grip SFX

Andro Hexer Grip SFX Rubber
Approx. $ 41 USD
Price $

User Ratings (28)

Speed 8.7
Spin 9.4
Control 9.4
Tackiness 1.5   
Slightly tacky
Weight 3.2   
Sponge Hardness 1.6   
Medium soft
Gears 8.6   
Many gears
Throw Angle 5.6   
Medium high
Consistency 10.0
Durability 8.4   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 9.2 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor Yes
Anti No
There are 4 users using the Andro Hexer Grip SFX.
Hexer, one of Andro's most famous rubber series has received an upgrade. Now designed for the plastic ball, this rubber combines 100% natural rubber with a modern sponge. This SFX version features a softer 40° sponge. This combination allows for increased dwell time, high catapult, and higher in consistency on loops both near and away from the table. This rubber is highly suited for the controlled looping player.

Reviews (9)

GeralDINO  8 months ago

Finally I found IT !!!! ... THE Spin monster with outstanding control !!! ( - weight, "extra light" selected, black, 1,7 mm, packed 90 g and 58 g uncut.) After a longer test phase (4 months) with various rubbers, on various woods (Carbon, ALC, Super ZLC), I can finally finish my odyssey !!! In recent years, I have played no rubber, that has produced so much rotation. (- and there was even a Tenergy 05 FX among others !!!) Due to the introduction of the ABS ball, i was looking for a new forehand rubber, that gives the ABS ball the rotation I was used to. So far I played mostly rubbers with a sponge hardness of max. 42.5 degrees around 2 mm thickness. By the way, I've opted for a harder, stiffer and faster blade. (Jun Mizutani Super ZLC replica). In combination with the HEXER Grip SFX (which has only a 40 ° hard sponge and a super soft upper rubber), with these harder blade, I now have a similar wonderful game feeling as before !!! (- I previously played a Timo Boll ALC with the Joola Rhyzm-Tech in 2 mm.) Conclusion: I play this rubber with 1.7 mm thickness now for two weeks on the said Super ZLC blade and I'm simply thrilled !!!! I can only recommend to anyone to try this rubber !!!!!!!! THANK YOU Andro. ADDENDUM: This new SFX version with its 40 ° hard sponge plays amazingly direct and pleasant and undoubtedly suitable for the backhand as well as the forehand. Whether in active or passive game, every game situation (including service) can be mastered with great certainty. Yesterday while training with this wonderful new rubber, I had to be very surprised. My opponent could´nt reciprocate my service. When I played the old Hexer Grip (which is much harder, ... but SLOWER !!!) on a Sanwei King Kong 2 (Carbonblade), almost all my services came back !!!!! P.S. I had mentioned in my DHS Gold Arc 5 Soft review which rubbers I have tested in detail last time. - unfortunately, I have not come to a detailed assessment of each rubber, but soon ... !!! ;-)
Kzw  3 months ago

previously I used calibra lt spin in fh. because I need good control and rotation. but endurance is a problem with that. so I need a substitute that is commensurate but with better endurance. I tried hexer grip sfx and I feel this is better than LT spin. faster. more spinning. more controlled. very easy to use. I can do everything with this. just waiting for the sfx grip will last longer than LT spin. very satisfied with the performance of this rubber. thank you andro .. i think my search ended on hexer grip sfx .. i have tried t05 and this i think is very similar to a much cheaper price .. with sfx grip i discouraged to buy t05 .... ( sorry i use google translate)
Dapasmu  6 months ago

Testée en 1.9 sur FH et 1.7 sur BH c'est rapide les backspin et top excellents le contrôle est bon. Très bon revêtement à la limite pour débutant. Je privilégie le gtt40 plutôt. À mon avis excellent pour joueur intermédiaire et au delà.
Pingtong  11 months ago

One of thé best control for Drive and Allround play
Andriux7  11 months ago

Very complete for initiation

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