Sanwei Target National

Sanwei Target National Rubber
Approx. $ 25 USD
Price $

User Ratings (25)

Speed 8.7
Spin 9.3
Control 9.1
Tackiness 7.3   
Weight 7.4   
Sponge Hardness 6.6   
Medium hard
Gears 8.7   
Many gears
Throw Angle 5.0   
Medium high
Consistency 8.4
Durability 7.8   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 9.1 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 160
Spin 140
Control 120
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 6 users using the Sanwei Target National.
- Uncut weight is approx. 63 grams
- Very tacky topsheet similar to both Hurricane 3 and Haifu Whale 2 rubbers. Topsheet is softer than Hurricane 3 on top of a hard and lively sponge.
- Faster than the commercial DHS Hurricane 3 with the same level of spin.

As the upgraded version of model Target, the Target National is a better choice for 40+ new plastic ball. Thanks to the advanced production technique, covering the unsmooth topsheet with ultrathin sticky rubber film, which helps to keep both high elastic performance and good spin effect; combining with cake sponge, offering sustained and strong power. The Target National has already been selected by many professional players all over the world.

Reviews (18)

katekarin  4 weeks ago

STN is tacky out of the pack but the tackiness goes away fast. It remains very grippy and very spinny. It is easier to generate spin with Hurricane 3 Neo and Hurricane 8, but with the right technique STN can match them and even surpass them at higher speeds. The sponge feels harder in the short game but once activated produces slightly higher speeds than the previous two rubbers. It also has better control. It has the most linear behaviour I have come across. The more power you put the higher the speed you get with very smooth transition between gears. The throw is a bit lower than H3N and H8 which makes it perfect for countering close and far away from the table. The last two features make STN a great rubber. My opponents think they hit a loop-kill winner and then they are surprised to see me attacking it instead of just blocking it. It is a rubber for high level play based on power and footwork. It is for intermediate and advanced players who practice regularly, with solid technique, footwork and timing. On the other hand, H3N and H8 are easier to operate, all around rubbers. So, it comes down to your level and game style.
Konjekture  2 months ago

Using BLK Max, Quite heavy. Very spinny, has good control and works for offensive strategy mixed players and not all out power players (no Ma Longs with this rubber). Great service and receive capabilities. Easier to open up backspin over other chinese rubbers I’ve used. Great looking blue sponge. Negative things to say - topsheef started peeling away after 7 months but kept spinning and doing its job. Still works as a trainer rubber for newbies I teach or as a spare in case the world burns down. Works well for DEF to OFF - players best. Overall, a well balanced chinese runner that does more brush type style than power looping.
Penholder_Warrior  6 months ago

Best choice if you like chinese boosted rubber. Very happy that i finally find this rubber which is suitable for my style (penholder). You can generate a lot of spin. Easy to control. No catapult therefore good for FH. Perfect for smashing and looping far away from table. Dangerous seevice. It needs experience to read the spin of Opponent‘s service otw could be a Disaster. Let’s see how the durability is after few months. Overall my best rubber so far.
qvoliszz  7 months ago

Are you searching for a boosted and a bit softer H3? Well look no more, because here is your lucky saviour the Sanwei Target National. Just to be clear I play with Euro/Jap attacking rubbers, so when judging speed I will compare it to euro rubbers. This is a slowish rubber, I could hit a loop with my full power and I was not able to do a longshot. It has a speed similar to a Bluefire M3. Which is not enough if you pair it with an OFF-/OFF blade. I noticed that my balls are not that spinny like with an M1 or a Palio AK47 RED or even an M3. Only fine brush loops gave huge spins, but there were not enough power in those shots. While playing with this rubber was very fun, it is very consistent, I was able to perform all my techniques I find it a bit lacking in aggressiveness. So if you are an all out cannon do not buy this. If you like to play with your spins and placements or if you are a hobby player I would recommend this. Very easy to use and also fun.
WayZooted  9 months ago

I have used both Sanwei Target National and Moon Pro for a few years. Both black forehand (medium sponge MP) and both max sponge. In my opinion MP has a slightly harder & better quality sponge and topsheet with slightly more speed and spin... STN has a little more control. MP comes factory boosted, STN is not. One nice feature of MP is the factory glue sheet that is already attached to the sponge, so you only need to apply glue the the blade not the sponge. MP boosts better than STN but the life of both can be extended by boosting. These rubbers give what you put in, so both speed and spin potential is brought out by the player. I have used both on double inverted attacking setup and long pips backhand defensive twiddling style setup. All stokes work well, forehand chop takes some work but can be highly effective. Both are excellent Chinese rubbers rubbers available for under $25usd.

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