Dawei Inspirit Quattro Ultralight Power 42

Dawei Inspirit Quattro Ultralight Power 42 Rubber
Approx. $ 16 USD
Price $

User Ratings (8)

Speed 8.8
Spin 7.9
Control 8.3
Tackiness 2.4   
Slightly tacky
Weight 4.8   
Average
Sponge Hardness 6.1   
Medium hard
Gears 5.7   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 4.0   
Medium
Consistency 8.6
Durability 6.9   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.4 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 1 users using the Dawei Inspirit Quattro Ultralight Power 42.
This is the 42° version of the Dawei Inspirit Quattro Ultralight. The topsheet is thinner to reduce the weight and let the ball sink in deeper for more mechanical spin.

Reviews (5)

Anonymous  on 6/11/2011

Topspin drives only, sidespins are disappointing. It has nice feel and can play well on a variety of blade types. Good all around rubber.
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Anonymous  on 5/14/2011

This rubbber is decent at the table for backhand blocks and short drives. Not enough spin to be a forehand rubber unless you're using a hard hitting, zero dwell blade and don't care about loops anyway. Away from the table, it comes up short and doesn't feel as solid as regular Quattro rubber for power smashes and counters. Even though IQUL 42 has a slightly harder sponge, the thicker topsheet on regular Quattro gives an overall more solid feel. The incoming power is focused to a smaller spot because of less resistance,
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Stelios  on 2/4/2011

Quality product, looks and plays very well. Non tacky, euro/jap style offensive rubber, with linear response and excellent ratings to all categories. Fast, controllable, gives the good player the confidence that a good hit will surely go where it was meant to, with all the speed and spin effected by the player. Medium weight. Paired with carbon 7plies makes a truly amazing combination. Chinese products like this, make the market better, considering their price...
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JimT  on 10/28/2010

Read the other IQUL reviews if you want general info about Dawei IQUL rubbers. I will add that this is the hardest (around 40 on DHS scale) version of IQUL, therefore the speediest and the least sensitive rubber in that range. I would advise to use on FH for loopers used to having something like a glued Sriver L, or on BH for blockers/counterdrivers who want to slow down their fast blade for better control on backhand but still keep good speed and excellent flat game on that side. Mostly for players who have advanced technique and good touch control - otherwise stick with IQUL 40/35.
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mtarnstrom  on 6/26/2009

This is a great substitute for Butterfly rubbers. I actually prefer softer but it's still a great attacking rubber.
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