Galaxy Jupiter

Galaxy Jupiter Rubber
Approx. $ 21 USD
Price $

User Ratings (8)

Speed 8.7
Spin 9.2
Control 8.8
Tackiness 4.8   
Medium tacky
Weight 5.3   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 4.7   
Medium
Gears 7.0   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 7.1   
High
Consistency 8.3
Durability 6.2   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.9 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 12
Spin 9.0
Tensor No
Anti No
Nanometer Tension

Jupiter symbolizes the mysterious and tremendous powers of Zeus.
The inverted rubber "Jupiter" produced by Milky Way was designed with the core concept of minimal energy loss when striking the ball. What is achieved is a very pronounced arc on loops which produces a powerful "second kick" upon the ball landing on the table, the direct result of unleashing the power imparted on the ball from the player. The player should be able to feel a very obvious acceleration or "charge" of the ball after it lands on the table, which makes it more difficult for the opponent to defend against. This is the mysterious power of "Jupiter"

Reviews (5)

vic  on 1/22/2014

Fast, spinny, high throw, medium tacky.... and cheap. I'm ordering more of them for my other paddles 'cos it works well on my forehand. Curently on a Donic Waldner Ultra Carbon blade. More spin and speed than Moon or Hurricane N3. Update: didn't work well on less stiff blades. Still luv it on the Donic Ultra Carbon. Update 2: glued it to a Bty TB ALC and it works a treat. Good speed, spin and excellent control for my backhand loops.
+1
ExploreTT  4 months ago

Very good rubber, but just not for my blade... Definitely agree with other reviews, the throw angle indeed is high, spin is very impressive. But the tackiness fades away VERY quick, and after some sessions becomes like a normal european tensor rubber. And the funny thing was that I paired it with Mars II and at first I put it on the forehand side because of the tacky effect, but after the effect wore off, I realised that this rubber is actually faster than Mars II and I put it on the backhand for more speed... And so I definitely disagree with the speed ratings because here this rubber has less speed than Mars II and that's why I bought it in the first place, but were misled and now suffering because of that... And even the seller told me that it is slower that Mars II... That's why I put rating 10 just so I can repair a bit the rating, but my real rating on speed would be 9.0. Nevertheless it still is a great rubber for beginner/amateur level players who need a kick in shots away from table especially on backhand.
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Swoldier  on 6/25/2016

This needs to be paired with the right racket. I really like it on the yinhe n4!!! This rubber if installed correctly on the right racket has insane high speed loops that catch the edge of the table! However this needs to be cleaned often. Water works fine...just to take the dust off and get the tack back. If your smashing loops start flying over probably time for a quick clean I've learned... one of my favorite so far as far as rubbers go.
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BeON4ik  on 3/1/2016

Good rubber for FH especially BH(soft or medium sponge). Works well on HRT Red Crystal Carbon, HRT Clipper.
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Darren Rapacchi  on 7/21/2010

Tried this out last night for 3 hours on the FH of my Yinhe T-11 Off blade. I have it in Red, it started off tacky and really grippy, then as the training session wore on it lost it's grippyness but not it's speed or spin potential. Looping was easy, topspins very well. Good control and a nice combination as a FH attacking rubber on my new T-11 blade. I did clean the rubber with foam cleaner after training and the tackyness returned. I think with this rubber it needs a regular clean say after each game to keep it's grippy tackyness. Thumbs up from me, I liked this rubber very much.
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