fluturas101 on 3/13/2013
I have to test the rubber more before making my mind. With its original softish sponge it is too fast for me and a bit difficult to control. I have just replaced the original 1.8 mm sponge with a much harder one (46 degrees on Chinese scale) of 1.5 mm. As far as the spin and strokes are concerned, the rubber seems quite promising. Will update my review after the next test.
ppgear on 11/4/2008
This is a very spinny pip. You can actually produce some spinny serves with it.
skyline on 5/2/2008
This rubber is very spinny for a pip. It's a great rubber for players that want to play a counter/blocking style game with some loops on occasion. It serves great too.
cole_ely on 3/28/2008
The formula for this short pip is stickier than most, so it's actually spinnier than the wider-pipped b-1 version. In the 1.8 35deg make this rubber actually chops pretty well.
agooding2 on 3/25/2008
A very soft, super grippy short pip, comparable to the almost tacky pips like Stiga Radical and Andro Revolution COR pips. Very spinny over the table with remarkable spin for a short pip. Great for someone coming to short pips from tacky Chinese rubber, but converse is that you need to adjust blade angle more to compensate for incoming spin.