Vasko on 5/13/2016
Fast on fast strokes and not very fast on slower strokes. A great counterlooping rubber.
Great touch game, ok spin on the table and very good spin on power loops. This rubber has a very low arc. Not very spin sensitive.
juandavid0913 on 12/16/2017
To be honest the rubber is good, but has its pros and cons, if you look for something quick this is your rubber but it is difficult to do topspin because it does not absorb the ball well at the time of doing topspin, I recommend this rubber for FH, I use this rubber with the blade TB ALC and the Most of the balls were thrown off the table by having a high projection angle and a great velocity. More than all this rubber is to play away from the table in order to appreciate all its power
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Darthtony1985 11 months ago
Positioned as a forehand rubber for the new plastic ball, P-1 has slightly lower arc and longer trajectory vs its infamous sibling G-1. Sponge is 47.5 degree hardness but feels soft at hitting - you can feel the ball soaked into it and catapult out. Good speed and spin. Works well for me as backhand looping rubber on my Ebenholz V.
Maroon5 on 5/24/2019
this rubber has so many gears, on slow loops i don't overshoot the table, the spin was ok but my opponent said that my balls were so heavy and spinny, i did not believe it but i had great matches with this rubber, block is super safe, behind the table the rubber brings every ball back, and if you want to attack it is fast to, down the line shots were super easy, a super controll rubber and perfect for the short game, but not a ultra fast rubber but fast enough (ca. 9,3 from 10 points for speed, so more than enough), weight is a little bit heavy, but so what :) i am happy
tabletennis11 on 1/11/2017
The P-1, was specifically designed for use with the 40+ ball and features a “Tension Power Sheet and Strong Sponge”. It feels quite firm to the touch just as would be expected for a 47.5 degree rubber. It is also relatively heavy, weighing 50 grams when cut to the 157x150 mm test blade, which is similar to Xiom’s Omega V Tour (50 g) and Tibhar’s Evolution MX-P (51 g). Interestingly though, the P-1 feels quite soft and spongy in gameplay. FH drives were ok, but the ball penetrated the rubber a little deeper than I expected and thus emerged with a slight delay. The throw angle on forehand loops is quite high and provides plenty of arc and safety when looping heavy backspin balls over the net. I did, however, encounter occasional ball slippage. For our full review, follow this link: http://blog.tabletennis11.com/nittaku-fastarc-p1-g1-c1-s1-table-tennis-rubbers-reviews