Kokutaku 868 Training Rubber

Kokutaku 868 Training Rubber Rubber
Approx. $ 6 USD
Price $

User Ratings (10)

Speed 7.8
Spin 8.5
Control 9.3
Tackiness 5.4   
Medium tacky
Weight 5.4   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 6.2   
Medium hard
Gears 4.9   
Average
Throw Angle 4.7   
Medium
Consistency 6.0
Durability 7.8   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.9 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 10
Spin 10
Control 9.0
Tensor No
Anti No
BLutenkirshce set of Bat rubber is the new generation product that has been developed and made together by Japan International table tennis Research institute (KOKUTAKU) and Tianjin rubber Research institute of China (TUTTLE) under the prediction for the development of table tennis game in the future. The product has the characteristics of lasting super friction and high elasticity and string attacking force with the combination of BLutenkirshce set of Bat rubber and the sponge made by the joint venture.

Spin: 10.5
Speed: 10
Control: 9.5
Sponge thickness: 2.2mm

Reviews (7)

Amigo  on 7/10/2014

Great training rubber by Kokutaku. Price is just amazing, you can get 4 rubber for 15$ from Eacheng (Ebay ChinaFriend). Surprising quality for such a cheap rubber. It looks very well made just like medium price products. Wrapping is cheap but it is meant to be since it is a training version. There is no outstanding performance on this one only outstanding price. Rubber will do all you need it to do. Speed is good, control also... basically all you wish for you get for 4$. It is a bit tacky with medium throw and slightly harder sponge. I would not define this as hard sponge at all just a slight upgrade from medium. I got few extra sheets and gave them out in the club and so far all friends were impressed. This rubber reminds me of Mercury 2 story where people were getting a lot more then they were paying for. Recommended: To all absolutely! Enjoy TT and have fun.
+4
fetipong  7 months ago

I found it a very good rubber to start with. Controllable, easy to understand the tacky effect on the ball, slow but has some gears. I now moved to faster rubbers but I think its perfect to start and practice with techniques and movements!
+1
Obi  on 5/29/2015

Speed 6.7 , spin 8.5 , control 10 , makes this ideal rubber for beginners and people who don't want to spend much. It is a bang for 3 bucks. Spin is great (my rubber is still new). Put it on allround looping blade and you get high arc slow loops and solid defensive capability. If you want more speed, put it on faster blade. These rubbers are much better then it appears considering low price. I don't know yet about durability - time will tell. If you need lots of cheap and great rubbers for beginner or recreational players, look no further.
+1
Hiago  2 months ago

Chinese style rubber. With good tack and low catapult, but not completely dead. With correct brushing technique ball has good speed and excellent control. Great rubber for beginners. Catapult is lower then Sriver L, and Palio CJ 8000 but has more spin. I was amazed at how agressive I could play with this rubber, excellent control. Good forehand rubber. Too slow to use on backhand. Only played one session, will update later about durability.
0
Zab  on 3/2/2018

VALUE rubber. I love this rubber other than ONE thing; the red and black have VERY different sponge hardness. I put the sponge under my microscope and the black is much more porous than the red, but both are somewhat porous. Otherwise this is the best value rubber I have found. If you want a great practice rubber this is a great option, but not something I would recommend for tournaments. BEST value for a rubber you can actually play with!!
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