Gewo NanoFlex FT48

Gewo NanoFlex FT48 Rubber
Approx. $ 55 USD
Price $

User Ratings (13)

Speed 9.3
Spin 9.3
Control 9.2
Tackiness 1.3   
Slightly tacky
Weight 4.9   
Average
Sponge Hardness 7.2   
Medium hard
Gears 9.0   
Many gears
Throw Angle 5.8   
Medium high
Consistency 9.1
Durability 7.2   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 9.2 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 120 / 120
Spin 115 / 120
Control 91 / 120
Tensor Yes
Anti No
There are 3 users using the Gewo NanoFlex FT48.
NanoFLEX - The Ultimate Weapon with flexible high tension technology

Choose a rubber that suits you: The innovative revolution of nanoFLEX is the new development with the wow effect. It is a premium rubber with the latest high state-of-the-art technology. Players at all levels have participated during the development and testing of this rubber. GEWO technicians have created a new innovative high tech rubber series with nanoFLEX, a geometry adapted pimple structure. The result is an attacking weapon that gives a catapult like acceleration.

The newly developed pimple geometry adapts to the ball surface guaranteeing a highly explosive spinny shot during all playing situations. The highly tacky tension surface generates enormous spin ratings thanks to the very dynamic elastic surface. The nanoFLEX series offers tremendous feeling with the optimum dynamics of spin and power for all professional and serious players.

This is the hardest and fastest version with the highest dynamics. A rubber developed for top level professional players who want to win the point with aggressive attacking. Top spins of your opponent can be answered with hard and dangerous counter spins. Despite a tremendous catapult production nanoFLEX FT48 offers utmost control normally seemed unreachable for a rubber of this category. nanoflex FT48 an explosive weapon to give your opponent the shivers.

Reviews (7)

patrickhrdlicka  on 12/11/2015

My detailed review can be seen at: http://mytabletennis.net/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=73730&PID=910080
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Maroon5  on 10/25/2017

Nice Topspin rubber for backhand and forehand, does everything really well, especially the backhand flick, the Speed is very fast and the throw is medium high, so Topspins against backspin will be very easy, i would reccomend this rubber to a medium hardness blade (Maximum hardness should be a stiga carbonado 145, which is flexy, not a carbonado 245, Primorac carbon, they will be to hard and not flexible enough)
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tabletennis11  on 1/18/2017

The FT48 weighed 51 grams when cut to my 157 mm x 150 mm test blade, which is similar to the Omega V Asia and MX-P. Exactly three seconds into the test, I knew the Gewo nanoFLEX FT48 was going to be a favorite of mine. The feeling on FH drives is direct and responsive, without an excessive catapult. The sensation and clicking sound produced when performing FH loops instill confidence. Loops have a medium-high arc that provides plenty of safety over the net and they are loaded with spin. Lifting backspin is a breeze with the FT48. The rubber has plenty of speed reserves to enable fun topspin-to-topspin rallies 8-10 feet behind the table - the FT48 is slightly slower than Tibhar’s MX-P and similar in speed to Xiom’s Omega V Tour. For our full review, see: http://blog.tabletennis11.com/gewo-nanoflex-ft48-ft45-ft40-table-tennis-rubbers-reviews
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RobSting  on 5/13/2016

Well balanced for blades with outer Limba (2.1 mm on Clipper, Victas FF FC). Many gears - from control short game to drive-loop-smash. Good control for all strokes. Good job, GEWO!
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epistemology  on 4/20/2016

Very Good Rubber. If you like hard/med hard sponges with grippy topsheets for forehand or backhand I really enjoy playing with this one on both sides and on multiple paddles. Very easy to play with and it is all round, i.e. does everything one could ask of it. Still looking to test out overall durability.
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