Galaxy Apollo

Galaxy Apollo Rubber
Approx. $ 20 USD
Price $

User Ratings (21)

Speed 8.1
Spin 9.0
Control 8.4
Tackiness 7.6   
Tacky
Weight 6.1   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 5.9   
Medium
Gears 7.2   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 6.4   
Medium high
Consistency 6.0
Durability 5.4   
Average durability
Overall 8.6 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 1 users using the Galaxy Apollo.

Reviews (8)

Taha  on 5/31/2015

Great rubber, using in forehand and it's excellent. good speed with good control, but not much spin ( normal spin ) . at the end, it's GREAT for the price .
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Edsbim  on 6/12/2014

Good rubber with sticky topsheet, nice feel, good spin but not so fast. It's perfect on carbon blade. Also, the main problem is that the tackiness wears off quicky (the topsheet is tend to oxidize) I have it in black, h35
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Woo  on 11/22/2013

Best fh rubber so far for me. Got the medium 37 degree version in red. Seems clearly tackier, more controlled and more consistent than the otherwise quite good Red Diamond. Perfect tack, spin and control for me. Use with voc-glue or booster to soften the sponge before breaking it in.
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nymose  on 6/23/2013

For me its not much different from the "729 Super fx" with sensor sponge. I've tried the "Apollo" medium sponge version. The spin is the same. The control is the same. The tackiness is the same. Not extreme or a lot. But just normal. "Apollo" Is more consistent. More speed, but not much more. the sponge feels medium-hard. After a couple of months (8 hours of training every week), it feels like it's broken in. A lot more spin. The same goes for the "super fx". "Apollo" seems better than "Super-fx". Easier to loop and just noticable more speed. that's the only difference. I've tried both on an allround wood, so maybe the differens is bigger on a much faster blade.
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bob  on 3/26/2011

I have 3 sheets, 2 black, 1 red. The throw is really high because of the surface friction (picks the ball up). Higher than Globe 999 and probably equal to or greater than Tackiness Chop. The rubber feels great on a fast, stiffer blade and is a bit harder to control on a flexible blade because it's already so grippy. The downer is I've had spots where the top sheet has separated from the sponge on the black sheets, not on the red though. This may be from the tuning.
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