Gewo NanoFLEX FT40

Gewo NanoFLEX FT40 Rubber
Approx. $ 60 USD
Price $

User Ratings (13)

Speed 8.4
Spin 9.1
Control 9.3
Tackiness 2.0   
Slightly tacky
Weight 4.8   
Average
Sponge Hardness 3.2   
Medium soft
Gears 6.6   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 7.2   
High
Consistency 10.0
Durability 7.7   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 9.1 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 108 / 100
Spin 115 / 100
Control 99 / 100
Tensor Yes
Anti No
There are 5 users using the Gewo NanoFLEX FT40.
The GEWO nanoFLEX FT 40 is a flexible and soft rubber. It gives an excellent feeling and utmost control in all match situations. The enormous sound when playing a top spin stroke gives you a good indication of the power of this rubber. A very tacky surface with a soft and highly dynamic sponge produces powerful spin play for all variations. The fine balance of the flexible nanoFlex surface with a soft sponge is perfect for all players who make high risk attacking strokes from middle distance. A very forgiving rubber reducing error strokes to a minimum. Discover the feeling and joy of top spin variations in all situations.

Reviews (8)

MadSquirrel  on 10/7/2017

A great rubber without the tackiness so it does not suffer from particle's sticking to it and maintains a consistency that gives you the confidence to go for your shots. I use it on a 2.1mm with a Yinhe T11+ carbon bat which gives me great spin and looping shots which suits my style of play. So for me it has improved my game and has put a lot more enjoyment into seeing my opponents struggle with my serve and returns. Highly recommended.
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tabletennis11  on 1/13/2017

Given that the Gewo nanoFLEX FT40 is light and felt very soft in the press test I was expecting that it would play like a typical soft rubber. I was surprised by the FT40 right from the get-go. The feeling on FH drives is remarkably direct and responsive for a 40-degree rubber, especially when using the composite blade. A loud click is produced on more powerful loops and the ball has a medium to medium-high arc over the net, providing sufficient clearance and good table depth. The FT40 does not have a very pronounced catapult, which gave me the confidence to swing through the ball without holding back, something that I hesitate to do with other soft rubbers due to fear of hitting through the sponge and/or activating an excessive catapult. See more in our full review: http://blog.tabletennis11.com/gewo-nanoflex-ft48-ft45-ft40-table-tennis-rubbers-reviews
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BMX2  8 months ago

Using the black one on my FH(max thick)-on DHS 301 blade.Lovely sound.Great spin,speed is not too much so it allows us to hit hard,swing fully -still ball lands on table.....beautiful high arc.Great control.Will update as I play more Update(5 March,2018)-I feel its just too slow....can't loop kill...even old people able to return it easily....I think its only good for practicing looping technique.....as most balls land on table.Need to improve the consistency of my loops....so will stick to it for few months.........I may TRY IT ON--- Yinhe T11+ carbon(super fast blade). Update-18 April,2018-speed too slow-revised to 7.9
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Sedis  9 months ago

Fairly soft sponge with a medium top sheet. I would say it is most similar to Tibhar FX-P, maybe slightly slower and generates slightly less spin, but that may have been down to the blade I tried it on. Looks like it should last a long time, but I haven't used it for long enough to be able to tell for sure yet. A couple of grams heavier than a lot of other rubbers of similar sponge hardness, but not enough for most people to worry about.
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stanospeed  on 12/21/2017

I play with this on Victas Fire Fall Awesome spin and control,use more times.
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