pingpongcho 4 weeks ago
Pros: easy to play with, linear non-tensor feeling, light at 39g in 2.1.
Cons: not impressive speed or spin, it was meant to be used with speed glue, hardness 33 too soft for power shots, mark v is better, price is too high for this performance, not very durable.
13eWa12N on 12/5/2017
My impression for using this rubber for 9 months before changing to normal Sriver is moderate speed and very soft rubber. In my opinion, I feel FX version is too soft to have a good control on the ball, at least for my BH game. When opening the loop, you have to get much accurate adjustment than normal Sriver or the ball will go long off the table. I also feel that it is too springy for me to keep up the fast rallies to keep the ball low and aggressive. Maybe it is good for beginner who does not have a lot of power or for speed glue plays but otherwise stick with normal version of Sriver.
DumpsterD on 5/22/2017
Just slapped it on a T-6 & so far not thrilled. Needs a faster blade. Toss it on my T-11+ & get back...subject to change.
Noah_PingPongStarter on 3/19/2017
Just A good rubber for starting players with a budget of around: €80
ucokpinank on 5/16/2016
Legend rubber in speed glue era.. Good on the hard blade, like Sardius or Gergely...