Giant Dragon TopENERGY Soft

Giant Dragon TopENERGY Soft Rubber
Approx. $ 25 USD
Price $

User Ratings (14)

Speed 7.8
Spin 9.4
Control 7.8
Tackiness 5.1   
Medium tacky
Weight 6.8   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 6.8   
Medium hard
Gears 7.3   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 6.2   
Medium high
Consistency 8.3
Durability 5.7   
Average durability
Overall 8.4 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 13
Spin 10
Tensor Yes
Anti No
There are 3 users using the Giant Dragon TopENERGY Soft.
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 (8)

nachalnik  on 10/23/2012

Fell apart after two hours. The top sheet completely unglued from the sponge. Bad product. As much as I love the LPs, the inverted I'll stay away from. Could have been a nice rubber, tacky, great spin, great control. Quality sucks!!!!!!!!!
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Gosugurke  on 5/18/2017

This rubber is great if you if you like tacky rubbers with high throw. It generates lots of spin and if you hit hard you get a good speed out of it. Most people rate it slow because they dont hit hard and with a sticky topsheet slow balls feel slower if that make sense. I would love to play this rubber BUT the quality is so disgustingly bad that I cant. The last time I changed my rubber my new one got 3 air bubbles under the topsheet after only 2 trainingssets. It is not the first time. I would say out of 10 sheets you can throw 4 away right of the bat. The second problem is the inconsistency. You will get rubbers who are realy realy tacky and ones who are close to european. I got one with a tacky left and a nontacky right side!!!
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gwirthsipp  on 8/27/2013

Last 6 month's I buyed 10 sheets for different blades. I'm convinced of the very good spin properties. For my style it's better than tenergys. I also make a lot points with service and with chops. 2 rubber made problems with separating topsheets but seller replaced it. For me the best chinese rubber and I tested a lot.
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bioescentalgia  on 10/26/2012

Impressive packaging. Pretty purple sponge. Excellent forehand rubber. What more can one ask for?
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Anonymous  on 10/19/2011

I have been using this rubber for well over a year now & its still as fast & spinny as when I bought it. Its primary asset is its ability to spin the ball at speed which is not easy with most tacky rubbers. I also find it good whether close to or away from the table, its just a case of opening the face of the racket when further away, producing heavy spins at speed from a defensive position. Control aspect is very good also, blocking and counter looping is remarkably easy when you consider the tackiness of the rubber. Being a tacky rubber it produces great spin services & touch play. All in all I think this rubber is the best tacky rubber - it is much easier to play with than the likes of Blue Whale 11 etc without forfeiting spin or speed. In fact I think this is the best rubber on the market & great value for money.
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