tomaldous on 1/26/2011
very quick great for topspin/loops especially
hxiao on 8/9/2009
Mambo C has a lot of different gears for any attacking player, and even for some blockers. It generates good spin without being a tacky rubber, which is surprising. The sponge isn't too hard or too soft, allowing a large variety of attacking strokes. It has enough power to be used without speed glue or boosting. Overall, it's comparable to Sriver or Sriver EL in quality and its characteristics, and attacking players should give it a try.
Gradipolo on 12/17/2015
I m a district player In India this rubber is really fast and generates lot of spin....Its really good for topsin but not for a chop... And u can play very far from the table but it's a rubber for advance I don't recommend this for any beginner... But I use it for backhand but I recommend this for fh...I can't use it for fh bcoz fof my yasaka mark V
Prajwal on 2/6/2015
A very good OFF+ and DEF+ rubber it is a very tacky rubber which results in a huge amount of spin. This rubber is very good for playing topspins and blocks. I have combined it with Joola flame extreme blade and I use this rubber for My backhand strokes and use Joola express one max on my forehand.
burt on 5/3/2012
Great rubber for allround/offensive players, great blend between spin, speed and control, since speed glue has been banned, a new generation of rubbers has been brought out, most of these rubbers are faster than mambo c. Id say its more an allround+ / offensive- players rubber