CTT National Pogo

CTT National Pogo Pips
Approx. $ 14 USD
Price $

User Ratings (15)

Speed 5.6
Spin 4.8
Control 9.0
Deception 6.5
Reversal 6.0
Weight 2.9   
Light
Sponge Hardness 3.5   
Medium soft
Consistency 8.1   
Always identical
Durability (not rated)
Overall 8.7 10
Manufacturer Details
Type Long pips
There are 1 users using the CTT National Pogo.
Extra long thin pip structure makes this pip out very deceptive. In addition to deceptiveness, the pip structure allows for maximum spin reversal when facing heavy loop or spin. Pogo is a strange breed capable of many forms of spin variation that will keep your opponents on their toes.

Reviews (12)

ttfreak  on 11/11/2016

as yet mentioned this long pip is fitted out with high control foremost when hitting or counterattack. I play it on forehand with separate 61Second sponge red 1,2 and this combination imho seems to be sensationally effective to combat high motivated aggressive attackers. The trajectory is flat and curved, this raises a lot of problems for the opponent (given that you prefer an attacking style). In combination with Armstrong Attack 8 on backhand (using 'Der Materialspezialist' Terror), an effective controllable deceptive attacking play is guaranteed !
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bfreund  on 11/9/2013

Good all-round pips but not as much spin on chops like Giant Dragon Talon, TSP Curl P1 or Dr. Neubauer Boomerang Classic. Control is the keyword for this rubber.
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uppuluri  on 3/15/2013

CTT National POGO Red with 0.60 mm Zeropong assembled sponge is a truly great all round long pimples rubber. It pairs very well with defensive / all round all 3 / 5 ply wood blades. Tested with Butterfly Mat Pro, Mat Pro Special, Grubba Pro AN / Flared (Old Model), Elegance, JSH, Innershield ZLF, Defense Alpha, Defense II, among others. Also played for a while using Donic Persson Power All Round ST and Andro Parade Def. By the way, POGO OX Red is a disaster on Joola Chen Defender ST Blade, which has a soft surface. It does not seem to match well with Carbon frames. However POGO seems to work very well on hard or medium-hard blades. One can block, hit, chop-block, chop, and try a variety of standard LP strokes with POGO. From among the blades that I tried I found that POGO is playing the best on Parade Def ST. POGO has thin and almost max long pimples that are flexible. POGO on 0.50 mm sponge is slightly faster than TSP Curl series rubbers and Butterfly Feint series rubbers. People say that POGO closely resembles Feint Long II / TSP Curl P 1 R. POGO is highly durable. Red POGO rubbers are superior. Black ones seem odd and different. Strange! It is not very popular because of its limited availability. You will not be disappointed. Good luck!
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t_murder  on 8/9/2012

I just got a sheet and hit with it today. I like the feel. I am coming from 729 802-40 and it is not a very difficult adjustment. I feel I can do anything with the ball at any moment. It plays better at the table and I don't think it would be ideal for traditional chopping from away from the table, but I plan on using it for blocking, push/blocking, rolling, and hitting. Cannot beat the price. I bought this based on reviews and so far it lives up to everything I have read.
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Anonymous  on 1/19/2011

I really like POGO aswell. Most of the review are right about this rubber. Control is the name of the game and this rubber has it.
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