destodave on 11/5/2013
chris says the blocks are not very deceptive...well I disagree. I'm currently playing with this in 1.8 red and find the blocks to be devestating. Blocking/hitting with this rubber tends to cause a strong sinking ball that most opponents return into the net. The only problem though is that it's not the easiest rubber to control/attack with. I have mixed feelings about these pips. They are fast, deceptive, and easier to play with than medium pips. On the other hand, short pips rubbers like TSP Spectol, Raystorm, and 802-40 are much easier to control. If you can stick with this rubber and learn to play with it it can be very dangerous.
Kevin on 3/16/2010
I used China rubbers for a long time. The last rubber is Haifu Penguin which is fast but difficult to control. The deception is poor. Blowfish+ is different with Blowfish including the pimple shape, arrangement and size. The rubber is excellent and you can make a beautiful curve.
Ben on 11/25/2009
I would say it's the best pimples.
chris (Greece) on 11/1/2009
Recently replaced BTF raystorm 1.9 with Andro blowfish 2.0 on my backhand. First impressions after application with water glue on a BTF balsa X5: Faster than heavy speedglued raystorm, and less spinny. Plays direct counterhits very much alike a fast pimple in rubber. Blocks are more difficult to perform, return rather high and are less deceptive - prefer to go 20-30 cm back and smash them. They return very fast and are difficult to counter. Can hit weak chops very effectively with just a fast wrist movement but heavy chops require footwork and training. Variations in underspin are easy but require delicate handling as ball pops up a lot.