GKI Euro-XX Rubber
Approx. $ 16 USD
Price $

User Ratings (16)

Speed 7.7
Spin 7.5
Control 7.5
Tackiness 3.3   
Slightly tacky
Weight 4.9   
Sponge Hardness 5.7   
Gears 5.4   
Throw Angle 4.2   
Consistency 6.1
Durability 6.5   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.4 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 1 users using the GKI Euro-XX.
This made in Germany Rubber is quite equivalent to traditional Japanese T.T. Rubbers, is very economical, well controlled and suitable for all type of players.

Reviews (11)

bhltt1  on 2/25/2018

Slightly less spin and speed than a mark v. Lasts long. Throw angle is low which makes it hard to counter an under spin.
anunaypororo  on 1/25/2016

Beginner's rubber, though I recommend mark v. Decent performance, economical, you need to quite lift the ball for topspins, not very good at returning spinny serves or sidespins.
inferno  on 1/5/2015

good for beginners as it gives awesome control and it is slightly offensive and takes good spin during play highly reccomend this for beginners
goldy1234  on 10/29/2013

A control rubber. A beginners favourite :) Seas of control
lifesamd  on 11/26/2012

Not at all a good rubber like many said. I have used it both on FH and BH while learning TT for almost a year. The control is the highlight of this rubber. U could block all day with it without any problem. Its preety heavy and takes a toll on your reaction and recovery time. the rubbers are good for chopping as they are quite spinny. but are very slow. No matter how much effort you put in your topspin, the balls would not cross a certain speed barrier. underspin and sidespins are good though you wont feel much topspin. There is no real zip in the ball and the ball doesnt kick off the surface. Overall a very average rubber. Good for learning strokes for a begginer. But i must say the rubber is very nice compared to its price.

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