arielsanchezmora on 6/9/2012
i believed the "spin glue effect" with this rubber and have never looked back. It is a bit harder than most such rubbers, and i preferred it for backhand. servers, pushes, blocks and chops are handled very well - looping revealed a bit less control in my case, but it could be technique. i was really sad when i learned it was discontinued.
Anonymous on 2/5/2012
good for offensive players
DeVoured on 7/13/2008
This was the first tensor rubber i've ever played and i was amazed by it in an instant. Since this rubber has a quite soft sponge, i could feel how and when the ball hits my blade which mediated a good feeling for the ball. Playing topspins was even more fun though. I think this rubebr is good for players who like playing with spin instead of speed. That's what i liked about this rubber.
bsalter5 on 3/25/2008
Good for looping - touchy for pushing or soft touch shots.
Very, very delicate.
If you don't loop everything loop-able, this probably isn't your best bet...
cole_ely on 3/15/2008
Of all the rubbers I've tried that claim to feel glued without glue, this is one of the very few that truly does have a click. It starts off mid-soft, but quickly becomes very soft. It's a good rubber for topspinning, but is poor in the short game...serve, push, etc. I gave it an 8.5 because it isn't tacky and it's not very spinny in the serves and pushes. But in terms of topspin it's very spinny. That's why it's always tough to reduce these measurements to a single number.