Giant Dragon Superveloce V12 FX

Giant Dragon Superveloce V12 FX Rubber
Approx. $ 15 USD
Price $

User Ratings (9)

Speed 9.2
Spin 9.0
Control 9.0
Tackiness 1.6   
Slightly tacky
Weight 3.7   
Average
Sponge Hardness 5.1   
Medium
Gears 7.5   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 4.3   
Medium
Consistency 8.0
Durability 8.6   
Lasts a long time!
Overall 9.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 8.0
Spin 9.0
Control 10
Tensor Yes
Anti No
There are 2 users using the Giant Dragon Superveloce V12 FX.

Reviews (4)

Mikenz  on 6/12/2017

Unfortunately I had a very poor experience with this rubber.I ordered a pingmaster sl carbon blade (thinner T11+) and got a pair of V12fx glued to the blade after seeing a couple of positive reviews on the database. The rubber appeared and felt like it had a very high proportion of plastic in it's manufacture but seemed quite grippy. I proceeded to use the new blade and rubbers and was very satisfied for the first 15 minutes. rubber had very good spin/speed/control,but i soon noticed that my flicks and topspins were going to net. Upon inspection there was patches of moisture on the rubbers which reappeared even after wiping. Obviously these rubbers were affected by humidity (midsummer in New Zealand) so I decided to shelve this setup and wait for dryer conditions.2 months later I tried again only to find the ball was again slipping on the rubber! This time the rubbers had a layer of dust even though they were clean when I started. I recleaned using spinmax but the dust problem reoccurred after about 10 minutes. I can only surmmise that due to the plastic nature of the topsheet, it either attracts moisture in humid conditions, or builds up a slight static charge resulting from friction with the ball in drier conditions,and attracts dust. Not wanting to completely waste $56nzd I removed them to use on a premade, but they curled so badly there was no way to reglue. Refusing to give up I boosted them which flattened them out (reverse dome) but the topsheet and sponge separated in several places making them useless. I am an experienced player and have tried lots of equipment but have never had this happen before. I did not rate this rubber due to my short and frustrating time trying to use it. But the good news was the pingmaster sl carbon was very good! 12 June 2017
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Dev2112  on 8/27/2017

I had a very similar experience as Mikenz. Ordered from PingPongOnline, waited 3 weeks for the rubbers to get here on a slow boat from China (actually the Phillipines), but then again shipping was free. Upon receiving them, noticed right away that both sides had a severe reverse dome. Flattened them out with Falco long booster, and had one practice before the black side developed a large blister right in the middle. Went ahead and removed both rubbers, as the other side had a separation along an edge when I got it (trimmed it off), so I suspected it would be a matter of time for that one too. Contacted PingPongOnline 3 days ago, they refunded the blistered one.
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aldosfox  on 11/15/2015

very hard rubber. but very good at BH. very fast speed when flat hit and have a good spin too
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dfc  on 2/27/2014

This is a great Tensor like rubber, it looks like a grippy rubber but has a slight tackiness to it. Not your usual Chinese top sheet. Giant Dragon say they spent 3 years on their research to achieve this. I use it on my forehand and find it brilliant for looping combining good speed with lots of real spin. It has a softish sponge & unlike most Tensors I have used, it not only feels spinny but IS spinny. It also is easy to power loop & smash when you get the ball up. All in all very easy to play with including chopping, does all you would want in a rubber & with great control.
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