Erikpenholder 10 months ago
Light ...... Very very light, I now use it on my avalox p700 chinese penhold , backhand, with omega 5 asia on fh, the blade came out 167 grams, lol, and it works a lot better than rubbers with similar weight(e.g. innovo ultralight.), but of course still not enough to compete with high end rubbers like ventus soft in terms of spin and speed.
lightning103 on 11/6/2012
This was my first attacking rubber and I was impressed! I glued it onto a TSP Reflex 50 Award Off and was impressed by the power and control that this set-up offered. After a week of adjusting I was able to do powerful loops and drives with little fear of missing. I also found it easy to play close to the table, as long as I didn't angle the bat too high. The throw angle is quite high and rubber is soft-medium soft. The rubber itself is very light. Sadly after a couple of weeks I have a little chip in the edge, but that was partly my fault. It seems to hold it's grip better than the sriver fx on my backhand. It is pretty good for spinney serves, and gives great spin on loops.
In conclusion, it's a great rubber for intermediates who want a rubber that can play powerful shots without worrying about them flying off the table. I think it could be a great forehand or backhand rubber. The only disadvantage is that advanced players will probably be left wanting a little more speed and spin. If anyone wants a rubber to compare it to, it's a lot like Xiom Vega Europe.