Giant Dragon TopENERGY Hard

Giant Dragon TopENERGY Hard Rubber
Approx. $ 22 USD
Price $

User Ratings (6)

Speed 9.4
Spin 9.4
Control 8.7
Tackiness 8.7   
Tacky
Weight 7.6   
Heavy
Sponge Hardness 8.7   
Hard
Gears 7.0   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 7.2   
High
Consistency 7.5
Durability 8.0   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.9 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 13
Spin 11
Tensor Yes
Anti No
There are 1 users using the Giant Dragon TopENERGY Hard.
No need for speed glue. Speed glue used to help many table tennis players become the world champions, but for future players this is history. The new rules need new technologies and solutions. Giant Dragon's newly developed Durable Tension will be your choice.

Durable Tension technology means that rubber undergoes special compression treatment for both durability and flexibility, using a special technique that fills and enlarges the pores of the sponge.

The rubber surface undergoes special treatment. The high adhesiveness and high resistance produces strong spin.

The research and development team has developed a special sponge, which has high elasticity and rebound effect.

Reviews (4)

guybrush123  5 months ago

Too heavy and not enough Speed & Spinning. Bit Good Price and a step forward for Giant dragon
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jake1878  on 5/13/2016

spin GOD, fast but sometimes i cant counter spin and hit it
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EMGHOT  on 5/1/2015

my blade is DONIC WSC and I used to use H3neo comercial on FH.I was looking a substitute for H3neo ,so tried TopENERGY Hard. generally speeking ,it is not H3neo alternative(maybe H3) but it worth to try. compared to H3neo, it is harder(even after boosting ) ,heavier,faster and with less control. when it comes to service,H3neo is more spiny .in looping, spin is the same but H3neo has better control. H3neo is more suited for loop but TopENERGY Hard is better in smash department. right out of the pack, TopENERGY is tackier but after 2 session they are the same. after 2 or 3 week TopENERGY loose it's tackiness more and become medium tacky. Therefore respect to the tackiness ,H3neo is more durable. if you play chinese style ,you enjoy playing both of them, otherwise H3neo is more suitable. The sheet that i have tried had good quality.
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vanjr  on 2/4/2011

Very heavy, tacky (in black-at least initially) powerful rubber. Only concern is the weight if you have a heavy blade or play with max inverted on both sides. I use LP on one side so the weight actually is nice for me to generate power. Unlike some other very tacky rubbers, this one is not slow at all-the sponge gives is nice power. Also pretty good for hitting at the table while being able to loop from mid-distance. Later edit-Around the same time I was trying Thors. While I went with Thors for better overall power and all around play-I was able to counterloop off the table with topenergy hard with much greater consistency. Topenergy however lacked the "put away power" of Thors
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