BeGo on 8/17/2014
Very easy to make a flatter but spinnier chop compared to tack chop 1 which the ball shall fly upward and dip to the table, either with 1.1 or even 1.9 mm sponge.
More control than the original, but may be because i tried it on Butterfly Defense Alpha, a very soft blade.
guusvansoer on 7/29/2013
I think tackiness chop is better than tackiness chop II. Tackiness chop is better to make a sharp chop and also to make a good serve. But tackiness chop II is also good for allround and beginner player.
josesiem on 2/4/2013
A very good defensive rubber. Pushes and chops are really heavy. Looping is also good but quite slow, especially compared to modern tensor-like rubbers. I'd say this rubber is too slow for modern defense but excellent for classical defense.
xtremetawsan on 1/20/2013
As an allround player, i put 1.9 on for FH, after an Off rubber on my FH it seems quite slow but effective i have more control and my FH chops are effective as my BH. Only negative point is i have to swing my arm wide; when i want to produce fast/medium-fast counter spin.
Anonymous on 5/9/2012
I love this rubber!
Here is some thoughts that come to mind:
- high control
-the best rubber for chop
-joy to play with