Killerspint on 3/30/2015
Tried it tonight on my backhand and with an allwood Joola K5 (limba-lima-ayou-limba-limba) I use as test blade (same composition as my Innerforces AL blades without the arylate).
And the rubber was just......amazing (1.7mm tickness). Was able to top spin far better than usual (tested Calibra Tour M, T80, Evolution MX-P, Vega Japan, Omega V euro......). Blocs were really easy and the power was amazing despite an all wood K5 and the 1.7mm tickness.
I'll continue the tests, but after the Nanoflex FT48 which is my new FH rubber (feels like a speed glued Sriver), Flexxon will probably be my next BH rubber.
Need to check if the rubber keeps his control on faster blades without Limba outer like Viscaria.
michi1990 on 8/28/2014
Very good backhandrubber.
Adrian96 on 4/13/2013
I play the flexxon 2.1 on my forehand with the innerforce alc and I can say it´s a very complete rubber with no real weaknesses.
the surface is very tacky and compared to t05fx nearly the same. only the sponge is much harder and not so "springy" as the t05fx one. but I really like that because touchplay is much easier and countertopsin is very easy even if your oppnent puts much spin in his strokes.
personnaly I find blocking a bit difficult because of the tacky surface. so I would suggest to use it on forehand.
saeednt4 on 11/23/2016
i have this rubber long time. it's suitable for middle player. and good for top spin attacking. but this rubber shrink after many day and not good for re-glue on another blade.
nettoq7 on 7/14/2015
best rubber medium sponge, very good, recomanderar