h3vsMeOnFH 5 months ago
Description of this rubber is not accurate. "Yet loops can still be effortlessly played and comfortably controlled. You will be a much greater player with less effort." - Not true. This is a very slow rubber with very low through angle. I had it on classic 5 ply all wood Primorac. You have to put a lots of effort to do a medium fast shot.
In the average TT club tackiness does not hold long, it will fade away after 30 min of play (until you clean the rubber). Unlike other rubbers, for example 729, H3, 3-60 - all of them can be wiped using your wet palm and at least medium tackiness will come back; not the case with this Corbor. This rubber accumulates dirt in such a way that only proper cleaning using sponge can help.
This is FH rubber. Cannot imaging anyone playing on BH.
Description is correct when mentioning a long arch. Yes arc is flat and long, with significant kick effect. Basically 99% of killer shots will give attacker a point. Despite this fact, they are hard to land. So low through it is double sided sword edge - hard for your opponent and hard for you.
Only two positive points - 1) Low through angle - good to polish FH attack, it has very small margin for mistakes. Makes sense to use it as training tool. 2) Cheap.
Everything else is complicated with Corbor Pro.
My guess is this rubber wants to be boosted. I haven't tried.
IgorSugars on 7/2/2019
Cheap(2for8$), simple, hard sponge 41 DHS/Butterfly degree, half-sticky, small short sad pimples, heavy. Both pieces when cut add about 100g(maybe just a bit more) to my blade.