DreiZ on 7/28/2016
Great rubber for BH, easy to block, flip and push. Great for attacking as well. It seems a bit hard when pressing down on the rubber, but when playing it feels medium/soft. This rubber offers alot of control, great for beginners/intermediate players. Very linear rubber (does what you put into it).
ucokpinank on 5/16/2016
One of the best my backhand rubber in speed glue era... U can improve your strokes with this rubber... LEGEND rubber...
pingpongcho 2 days ago
Pros: balanced speed, spin and control, hardness 35, light 40g in max, linear non tensor feeling.
Cons: mark v is better, sriver is expensive for what it is, not very durable.
justanavarageuser on 11/27/2017
Used it for circa 4 years (with some pauses) without changing it and it still felt like it was just slightly used. I bought the rubber again but after my play improved the rubber started to feel a little bit slow. Control is perfect, it goes where you want it to go. Spin is a bit lackluster but fairly managable. There are a lot of better rubbers for less money than this but I would definitely recommend it to an amateur-intermediate player in all aspects.
rjiang on 11/23/2016
I played this rubber on my backhand when I was just starting out. I am pretty sure this rubber is meant to be boosted, but those days are gone now. It has good control, but is just much too slow without any additional tuning. If you aren't planning to tune this rubber yourself, just get a modern tensor rubber (tenergy, omega, acuda, mx, etc.) It is still a good rubber for beginners, but if you are going to invest in a new setup for yourself, you might as well get something better.