Kokutaku Blutenkirsche 868 Tokyo Super Tacky (yellow Pack)

Kokutaku Blutenkirsche 868 Tokyo Super Tacky (yellow Pack) Rubber
Approx. $ 13 USD
Price $

User Ratings (4)

Speed 6.0
Spin 6.2
Control 8.7
Tackiness 8.5   
Tacky
Weight 2.5   
Light
Sponge Hardness 0.8   
Soft
Gears 2.0   
Few gears
Throw Angle 3.0   
Medium
Consistency (not rated)
Durability 7.5   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 7.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 10 / 15
Spin 13 / 15
Control 10 / 15
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 2 users using the Kokutaku Blutenkirsche 868 Tokyo Super Tacky (yellow Pack).
KOKUTAKU BLütenkirsche 868 Tokyo (TENSION, SUPER-TACKY) Table Tennis Rubber

Kokutaku BLütenkirsche 868 Tokyo is a New type of EXTRA-TACKY EXPLOSION professional table tennis rubber with sponge. It was developed by Tianjin Tuttle International Trade Co., Ltd. Tianjin, China under the guide of table tennis experts from Japan.

It used natural rubber and adopted the World's most advanced pimples structure & rubber surface treatment technologies. Thus, makes the rubbers with strong spin, fast speed and ideal steadiness in the same time. When combines with FENBAO sponge, can further reveals the product's styles and characters, getting the perfect spins. Thus, makes every players loves it.

Reviews (4)

Patmartino  on 3/4/2015

Black, max thickness on FH. Very tacky out of the packaging but loose it fast. omg, I'd never imagine how soft is this rubber. The topsheet is very elastic and the sponge is medium-soft but in game the feeling is very very soft !! It's written 45 on the sponge but I guess 45 is the number of chewing gums used to build this rubber. Very slow, even oil boosted, a lot of control. I didn't managed to put some spin, I've tried ... A lot too soft for me, this rubber will be suitable for my 10 years son.
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sweetstrike  on 1/11/2015

I was hoping for a spinny rubber to use on FH. This was tacky but not spinny at all. The throw angle is very low. Soft sponge is white color and looks to be high quality. Sponge is too soft for FH even on super fast blades. I think the spin and throw angle would be higher if a harder sponge was used and the ball can bite into the topsheet more. The fact that the sponge is too soft for the topsheet prevents the ball from gripping and creating spin. I don't recommend this for FH but it could work for BH if you like a slow, low throw, soft sponge rubber.
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Amigo  on 3/3/2014

Packaging: Rubber comes in a plastic wrap (yellow) around the cardboard with the thin rubber protective film on the top sheet. Paper wrap, at least on the rubber I got, is in conflict with plastic wrap in terms of factory description of speed, spin and control. When you open plastic part you see paper wrap of other Kokutaku rubber so that looks a bit unprofessional. Physical: This is one of the softest rubbers around, and one of the tackiest. It is extremely soft not only for a Chinese rubber but for a Euro rubber also (softest I have ever used). Top sheet is also soft and super tacky when newly opened. It can hold ball as long as you want. In my opinion tackiest and softest rubber there is (tackier then H2 original, softer then Xiom Vega Elite€¦). Spin: Amazing up to 2 meters of the table. You can go for a loop kill when the ball is below the table€¦ 3rd ball attack is superb. Away from the table due to the soft sponge rubber bottoms out but spin remains ok. Speed: Ok close to the table, but since rubber is so ridiculously soft you can€™t generate much speed away. Other: Throw angle is about medium so rubber can be used easily on BH or FH. This is the loudest rubber I have ever seen (not used but seen!). When on FH, it produces deep click all the time, much and I mean much louder than anything else. Control is great also (one of the best next to Tuttle 4). Recommendation: Recommended to beginners and intermediate players. For advanced players rubber will not have enough sharpness. Also if you are making a transition from tensor to china tacky and other way around this can be used as transitional rubber. Enjoy TT :)
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Zab  10 months ago

AMAZING control for people who are learning to play, yet allows them to learn anything. Allows for free play ( not hesitating to hit the ball). Possibly the best training rubber (for beginners) when combined with a good blade that I have found. I like it way more than any of the 729 ( or other cheap brands) rubber and is just as cheap.
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