KTL (LKT) Golden Star Loop

KTL (LKT) Golden Star Loop Rubber
Approx. $ 22 USD
Price $

User Ratings (5)

Speed 8.0
Spin 8.1
Control 8.6
Tackiness 0.4   
Completely non-tacky
Weight 4.4   
Sponge Hardness 5.0   
Gears 5.8   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 4.0   
Consistency 8.8
Durability 7.0   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 10
Spin 11
Control 11
Tensor No
Anti No

Reviews (4)

maroko  on 2/2/2015

It is not the TOP of rubbers, but it is a better rubber for me like the ESN with catapult. I can use off blade (LKT 168) instead some all blade and I have still a good control for my an attack style game. I changed a blade. Now I use Extra 3D from YASAKA and it is very good. Very good spin, control. No so much bouncy, but enough for looping. 2 weeks later: I try this rubber on the LKT 168 (Arylate carbon) blade, but it is too hard for me. I have this rubber on the Katana 5P (Giant Dragon) blade. I am using it 5 month and the rubber is still in the very good condition. I wrote, on the arylate-carbon is very hard for me, but on the Katana 5P (limba surface) it doing medium high angle. This rubber is better for me like Rakza7. I played 3 years with Rakza7. With Katana 5P is as good combo for looping close to table as 2-3m from the table.
rudai  on 1/31/2015

I've tried this rubber on yinhe V-14, andro super core cell All+, yinhe W6, and yinhe Qiu Yike Rosewood. From my experience, I can conclude that this rubber shine on medium/stiff blade rather than on a flex blade. On stiff blade, the speed almost like a tensor rubber, in my case Xiom Vega pro & euro. Good for looping but not same level with Vega Pro. If you want to change your traditional rubber like Mark V or Sriver and still learn to use tensor, this one is very recommended.
JimT  on 9/17/2014

Feels a bit sluggish at first, so I would advise installing it on a somewhat faster blade; perhaps harder carbon would be a good fit. Doesn't do anything at an elite level but it is a decent and reliable rubber. Some sticky-ball effect is present, similar to old style tacky Chinese rubbers (but weaker, of course). No catapult, but good ball grab.
destodave  on 3/14/2014

This rubber seems to play best out of the new Golden Star rubbers that currently sell for $22. It's a little faster than the other Golden Star rubbers and has a higher throw and more spin.

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