Dawei Inspirit

Dawei Inspirit Rubber
Approx. $ 12 USD
Price $

User Ratings (24)

Speed 8.0
Spin 8.5
Control 8.1
Tackiness 2.4   
Slightly tacky
Weight 5.4   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 4.9   
Gears 5.8   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 3.9   
Consistency 6.3
Durability 8.0   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.9 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 9.0 / 10
Spin 9.5 / 10
Control 9.5 / 10
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 9 users using the Dawei Inspirit.
High Performance Pimple in Rubber by EDSC

The New INSPIRIT has been one of the best seller of competition rubbers throughout the world which instituted by DAWEI.

The Latest INSPIRIT include Japense rubber's High Friction, Germany ruber's extremely fast, also the Chinese rubber's fantastic spin capabilities. The crowning achievement of Japanese Technology of the Vario series, despite that extremely fast with fantastic spin. A really uniquefeel for the game!

INSPIRIT use the latest technology "EDCS", we called it Energy Deactivation Control System. This tech. improved the rubber's more weighty to let it is suitable for more technology players.

INSPIRIT's outatanding is at the split second of rubber absorb the attacking from ball to recuperation is the main reason of difference of a variety of rubber. So our "EDCS" can get it, to improve the save the energy decreasing to extend or decrease the split second, also the extra feature of new rubber to let you have more speeding, spin, standard and control.

Reviews (16)

Rufuss  on 12/25/2017

This is an interesting rubber that I've tried on 3 separate blades. Using 2.2mm in both red and black, I'm unable to discern any difference so conclude they are consistent/identical. The performance does change somewhat with the choice of blade - becoming softer and slower on a more defensive blade, proving good feel for touch shots, pushes etc. while on a stiffer, harder blade the rubber provides much more speed with good feel but I found I lost some control. On an ALL/OFF- blade the performance is very even and consistent and is this rubber's 'sweet spot' I think The rubber is a little heavy for my liking but a 2.0mm or 1.8mm version would obviously be lighter. Durability is still a question though as I've not had it one blade long enough to tell. However, removing and re-gluing it (3 times now) has seen both the rubber and top sheet become more brittle and prone to chipping when re-trimming. For the price, this is an excellent beginner to intermediate rubber.
Monstro  on 10/23/2016

I like this rubber, i use itu for BH, very controlable and very easy to flick the ball... Overall i really like it
zzz  on 11/22/2011

Great rubber. I played it in red at b/h, 2.0mm. Fast with a medium sponge. Blocking, looping, counter can be done well with a lot of control. The biggest surprise for me was its great control when pushing. Topsheet is very slighly tacky but after some time it turns to highly grippy. The rubber is more for european style of play. The Inspirit makes a loud noise. You can get no more value for that price. Surely not comparable to modern euro/jap. rubbers regarding to speed. But the spin/speed/control-ratio is outstanding. If you look for a fast rubber with suberb control in short game this is yours.
Anonymous  on 3/3/2011

Awesome rubber for the price. Generates large quantities of spin on loops, fast but controllable. I highly recommend this rubber to anybody that wants a good European style rubber without paying the massive price tag. Only $12!
ttGuru  on 10/27/2010

Very good for its price, and very predictable. I have it (35 degree soft) on Dowei Genote F, and its the best Chineese rubber for the Europian stile of play. Inspirit with speed glue - is much faster (9+) with substantial increase in spin (9-9.5) ability. You need to have a faster blade for Inspirit to shine.

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