tomjoad on 7/7/2017
Very good backhand control rubber. Used this rubber when I came back to table-tennis after 18 years (!) of absence. I had learned TT with rubbers like Joola Clipper, Donic Vario and Banda (not Donic!) Coppa. So I chose it because of its rather flat trajectory and good spin and superb control. Decent for serves, for short game, blocking and for flat hitting. Ball placement is also superb. It is also not very sensitive to incoming spin. It was mounted on a Yinhe T-6 (black, 1,8mm) and I guess that it won't be as good on slower blades or on all-wood blades.
sb on 1/17/2012
a nice forehand rubber. lifting backspins with ease. use it max
powerlefty on 10/10/2011
Ok for the backhand. Sensitive to spin good for serves, and control topspins.
Anonymous on 12/14/2010
This rubber was one of my favorites back when reglue was ok and the ball was smaller. Recently I used it on a 10mm jpen blade for the first time & noticed it could be dangerous for both your opponent and you. Can be used for a simple block-hit game and for loop drive as well and that is the trick, you should avoid to fall in any of the two moods and play more like an agressive allround. It has a low throw angle and the spin is mostly on the surface, and yet, is not like a hard chinese rubber. Good for spinny serves and pushing.
ianworz on 3/8/2009
Great backhand rubber, it's not the fastest, but it has nice feel to it. There is a definitive feeling of the ball sinking through sponge until it hits blade. I would definately recomend it at a thickness of 2.0-2.5.