Donic Acuda S1 Turbo

Donic Acuda S1 Turbo Rubber
Approx. $ 52 USD
Price $

User Ratings (44)

Speed 9.4
Spin 9.1
Control 8.3
Tackiness 3.3   
Slightly tacky
Weight 6.2   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 6.9   
Medium hard
Gears 8.2   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 6.2   
Medium high
Consistency 8.4
Durability 6.8   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 9.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 10 / 10
Spin 10 / 10
Control 6.0 / 10
Tensor Yes
Anti No
There are 16 users using the Donic Acuda S1 Turbo.
The Turbo version from the Acuda series is effective due to the maximum inbuilt speed glue effect which enhances speed and acceleration. The DONIC Acuda rubbers became an immediate worldwide success the moment they entered the market. In order to offer unbeatable rubber technology for the top players DONIC included Turbo in the manufacture of its bestseller Acuda S1 series. DONIC Acuda S1 Turbo is a precision rubber designed for accuracy at high speeds. Despite the rubber being dynamic and fast, it has perfect feel - reminiscent of earlier speed glue days. Thanks to highly developed technology this advanced rubber from the house of DONIC produces good length when playing fast loops and that despite a characteristic high arc. Characteristics: spinny, accurate top class rubber Recommended for: performance orientated attackers.

Reviews (21)

ronakvyas86  on 4/13/2016

I agree that at least an intermediate level is required for handling of this rubber as it's quite fast but still I don't understand all the fuss about the poor "control" on this rubber. I paired it with nittaku septear and the control is amazing, compared to my previous rubber, nimbus soft, which had very poor control and consistency on the same blade. Speed and spin are good. The weight is a problem though. Nimbus soft was very light but this one is too heavy in comparison. I'm not sure about the durability yet as it's only been two weeks with this rubber on my blade. Overall, an excellent rubber. I think this rubber will work well with other medium to medium hard and flex blades like acoustic, violin, virtuoso
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Indypop  3 months ago

Amazing attacking rubber, but needs strong physics and technique to be used. As an intermediate player, ive spent much time dealing with it, but now i am pretty happy. My opinion is that it is underrated hi-end stuff.
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JorgeGaytan  10 months ago

Para mi esta goma es exelente con buena velocidad y efecto ideal para lanzar unos topspin super veloces!!
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SLupsalaht  on 3/5/2017

Been using this on FH of 5-ply OFF- all wood blade for about 1 year. Sponge is hard enough that I cannot bottom it out no matter how much I turn my body. It always has additional power/spin available. At the same time though, I can still compress the sponge even when my contact or position isn't ideal. Control is excellent for something this fast. It felt very comfortable immediately. The biggest aspect I noticed is that it's easy to get my loops deep onto the table and low over the net with lots of speed. I flipped my racket around and tried it on my BH and was surprised that it worked so well for me. I normally use slower/softer stuff on my BH as it's not a strength in my game. Top-spinning sound is very loud and satisfying. Highly recommended to all attackers for FH or BH. Only drawback is that the durability isn't the best. It's not bad, but after 40-80 hours of use I started to notice a significant decrease in performance. Considering you can get this for about $40 a sheet, it's easy to recommend.
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snasirin  on 4/15/2016

I bought this rubber as my FH for Stiga Classic Carbon (Chinese Penholder) and have to agree with some of the claims made by the manufacture, in the sense that the rubber will turbo your smash. I have used many kinds of rubber like Yasaka Pryde, Tibhar 1Q, DHS Tin Arc, Butterfly Sriver EL, Butterfly Bryce in my search to really boost my attacking play. I found this one is the coolest for smashing.
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