Dawei Genote Peak Power

Dawei Genote Peak Power Rubber
Approx. $ 14 USD
Price $

User Ratings (8)

Speed 8.5
Spin 8.8
Control 9.1
Tackiness 4.6   
Medium tacky
Weight 5.5   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 4.8   
Medium
Gears 9.6   
Many gears
Throw Angle 5.0   
Medium high
Consistency 9.2
Durability 7.6   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 9.1 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 7.0 / 8
Spin 8.0 / 8
Control 9.0 / 8
Tensor No
Anti No
Dawei Genote Peak Power.
Very Controlled Soft Spinny Rubber.
Preferrably used for Backhand
Backhand play is good. can be compared to a harder but more controlled version of Xiom's Omega IV Asia.
short touch shot and flicks are excellent.

Reviews (5)

lexddefender  on 1/6/2016

a backhand rubber but i used it in my forehand and it still good..
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Ksaige  9 months ago

These are awesome quality rubbers, especially for $5/sheet from AliExpress. Disregarding all price tags though, I believe these Genote Peak Power (GPP) rubbers are on par with H3N in terms of playability, quality production, and strategical thought put into its engineering. By that, I don't mean GPP's characteristics are the same as H3N, there are some differences for sure, but I personally like the GPP better. The differences I've noticed is GPP is slightly less tacky, has softer sponge, little lower throw, better control for medium-long play, but less at close table because of the GPP topsheet being slightly softer, less tacky, and it's faster at lower gears. GPP has similar spin, more speed and gears, and a little better overall predictable control, since the sponge is a little softer with linear speed/power increase. I feel black has a slightly higher throw than red, but red has more maximum spin potential, red is slightly more controlled for blocks, drives, pushes, serves, and smashes, while black can loop, flick/flip, and even chop with more control than red. Both still do everything well. Lastly, these rubbers are made in a unique structure so that when you drive a ball with firm straight-on contact, it'll blast the ball with surprisingly awesome speed unlike any other rubber I've tested. I believe it's due to the pip structure, shape, density, length, and elasticity. All coordinated with the sponge to compress the pips down instead of bending to the side, allowing them to assist with the sponge in trampolining the ball. This also results in deceptively little dwell time, which is a great for drive shots. At $4.50/sheet from AliExpress, I would recommend every offensive-style player to give these a try. You may end up saving a lot of $ over time while stepping up your playability. These are also great for testing out different blades. I've found my best results are pairing these with my N9s and HRT clipper.
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trikboi  on 12/3/2017

This rubber is super fast when you put it on yasaka xtd carbon blade, excellent rubber
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Andew  on 8/25/2016

Good and cheap rubber get it off ebay a step up in performance not in price. I use it instead of H3.
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wmage  on 6/29/2016

Good and cheep rubber, but not for every blade. Play well on clipper - not spin sensitive, medium fast speed. And on OFF++ carbon blade - very fast and spiny, but incoming spin sensitive too.
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