Galaxy Moon Pro

Galaxy Moon Pro Rubber
Approx. $ 30 USD
Price $

User Ratings (37)

Speed 9.0
Spin 9.3
Control 9.1
Tackiness 6.0   
Medium tacky
Weight 5.2   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 5.7   
Gears 8.0   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 6.1   
Medium high
Consistency 8.8
Durability 7.7   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 9.2 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 6 users using the Galaxy Moon Pro.
Tacky version of Moon

Reviews (15)

Mocker  4 weeks ago

Red, 2.2mm, Hard version on a Yinhe Mercury Y-13. This was a pleasant surprise. I thought this would be a bit slower rubber. There is plenty of speed in this one. Brush looping is great, and actually is the short game good as well. Probably because of the quite hard sponge. Flat hits are ok. The throw angle is a bit too low for me, but I'm used to Big Dipper and Hurricane/Skyline NEO series. I'll just have to adjust my swing a bit. This is a really good Chinese rubber. Even though the rubber is so hard, it's easy to do slow lifting loops from under the table. There is more feeling in this than what I've experienced earlier with harder rubbers. It's just the low throw that bothers me right now, but I have used it for two training sessions so far. I can recommend this rubber. The quality feels really solid, and it's a killer when used right.
Asparutta  7 months ago

Best described as a failed MX-P. It's a rubber which makes me think: "this could've been good if...." it feels somewhat like an MX-P but lacks the dynamic , elastic, capacities - it feels stiff (not hard) and less responsive to minute wrist movements on the loop which control spin and direction. Also, this rubber ages much worse than an MX-P, where as the MX-P loses maybe it's top end power on medium strokes, the Moon Pro becomes rigid which lets balls drop into the net on loops. Overall, I do not rate this rubber as very good. I played with it on my brother's blade - Yasaka Gaiten Extra, on BH he had Palio CJ8000 BioTech, which plays better - like a Sriver El with a bit of tack. Anyway, I think nowadays there are many better rubbers - for cheap rubbers I like Palio (HK1997, AK47, CJ8000)
WayZooted  on 6/9/2019

I have used both Moon Pro and Sanwei Target Nation for a few years. Both black forehand (medium sponge MP) and both max sponge. In my opinion MP has a slightly harder & better quality sponge and topsheet with slightly more speed and spin... STN has a little more control. MP comes factory boosted, STN is not. One nice feature of MP is the factory glue sheet that is already attached to the sponge, so you only need to apply glue the the blade not the sponge. MP boosts better than STN but the life of both can be extended by boosting. These rubbers give what you put in, so both speed and spin potential is brought out by the player. I have used both on double inverted attacking setup and long pips backhand defensive twiddling style setup. All stokes work well, forehand chop takes some work but can be highly effective. Both are excellent Chinese rubbers rubbers available for under $25usd.
jsespinozas  on 4/8/2019

Yinhe moon pro soft max black, sound, control and very nice feeling, speed well above the average of Chinese rubber, medium high angle, blocking is not your best feature but it does it well, much better than hurricane neo 3 provincial, low price, one of the best 5 chinesse rubber, highly recommended
spinlover  on 2/1/2015

Used as BH rubber on several blades including a regular butterfly and T11+. The later was better. It was difficult for me to control. Spin was not enough also. Many people like it, which was not the case for me. I turned to xiom vega V euro now and happier...

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