tomjoad on 6/10/2018
Have given up on Evolution FX-P/FX-S on my forehand (!) for this rubber. I have the 1.9mm sponge. It is very much comparable to Evolution FX-P, the only difference is that it is much easier to play with and even more shots go where they are supposed to go: On the table. Surprisingly, for a soft rubber, serves are very spinny, blocking is good and opening loops are as good as or only slightly worse than with the FX-P and almost as good as Vega Japan. I am so fascinated by this rubber that I am currently working out if it can replace my Tenergy 25fx on the backhand as well, simply because Hype XT Pro is cheaper. Mine cost 39â‚¬. The only downside of this rubber might be that you lose power the further you go away from the table. It is still a soft rubber after all. Still very highly recommended. P.S.: Don't put away the rubber after the first training session. It mutates into something a little more powerful after one week.
GeralDINO 1 weeks ago
Through a test in a table tennis block, I became aware of this rubber !
After playing this rubber with 1.9 mm sponge thickness at a retailer, I bought it with 1.7 mm !!! ( - ... because 1,9 mm was too fast on my DHS Ma Long 5 replica.)
In addition, I had considered this rubber, because it should have a very low weight, which unfortunately should not be confirmed !!!
It ultimately weighed 59 g uncut and 44 g cutted on my blade with 160 x 152 mm. (- Okay :-/ ... thatÂ´s light, but not very light.)
Unfortunately, my blade does not harmonize with the rubber in 1.7 mm thickness. The feeling was ultimately too direct and not dynamic enough.
I also tested this rubber on various other blades and as softer the blade, the feeling where better !!!
- For a rubber with 40 Â° sponge, this rubber is quite exceptional.
But in the end, I can say that this rubber is really a very good rubber, which makes combined with the right blade, a lot of fun !!!
Here for you the link for the blog in which this rubber has been tested and in my opinion was rated absolutely truthful.
Toryo 3 months ago
A controllable rubber, Played on a Butterfly Kreanga Carbon ULC, The trajectory was pretty flat. The serves are good as well as Topspin and block. I did not manage to give it a good backspin chop in that combination, but nevertheless the rubber
can unfold its full potential on a softer blade. All in all, a good racket for spin but a bit too offensive for my style of play.
Kaishi on 7/21/2018
Perfect rubber for stiff blade