Anonymous on 9/17/2010
It's a great looper rubber. Highly recommended
MarcelLainez on 5/13/2010
This is Tenergy 05's long lost little brother. Same playing style as Tenergy 05 with a little less spin, little less speed and little less throw angle.
The guy above me must have gotten a lemon or a completely different rubber.
Anonymous on 3/17/2010
i have absolutely no clue what the guys above are talking about. this rubber is not what it says it is. beware! i bought this wanting a soft but offensive rubber that is light. this is not soft at all. infact it is medium. it is also not at all light. the dwell time on this rubber is not very good at all and its is not very good at gripping the ball.
lefty on 2/22/2010
I used many tacky rubbers for 1 entire year before trying Sterco, my first foray into grippy rubber.
Forget all the technical talk, this rubber just feels right!
Compared to any tacky rubber, this thing has a high throw. I've tried DHS Hurricane 2/3, PF4, G888, Dipper and a slew of 729 rubbers. My brush strokes with Sterco on FH were initially too high and I had to adjust, but my RPB needed no adjustment. After a few days, I felt very comfortable with it.
If weight were no issue, I would prefer DHS G888 over anything. But it is so darned heavy. Sterco is a better balance between light weight, performance and control. The topsheet is extremely thin with very long inverted pips, so I was worried at first about durability. But after 2 mos of continuous play, it has yet to show signs of wear. The surface looks great.
balbertsen on 9/5/2009
The topsheet is completely non-tacky, but extremely grippy. Serving is quite good as I'm able to get a lot of spin out of this rubber. Loops/counter loops with this rubber are very consistent, fast and contain a lot of spin. I would highly recommed this to loopers who like softer rubbers, and OFF- blades.