Dr. Neubauer Number 1

Dr. Neubauer Number 1 Pips
Approx. $ 46 USD
Price $

User Ratings (1)

Speed 7.0
Spin 6.0
Control 10.0
Deception 8.0
Reversal 6.0
Weight 4.0   
Average
Sponge Hardness 3.0   
Medium soft
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Durability (not rated)
Overall 8.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 55 / 100
Spin 87 / 100
Control 80 / 100
Type Long pips
Our new long pimple rubber NUMBER 1 will enchant you in many ways.

It is an innovative and distinct development that comes with a totally new rubber formula and vertical pimple alignment.

The pimples got even softer in the process and will enable you to reduce the speed of the game while blocking passively.

Overall NUMBER 1 provides fantastic control at all levels.

This is particularly noticeable while returning services and blocking against fast topspin balls.

The ball hereby bounces even lower on the other side of the table.

NUMBER 1 is also very efficient for putting pressure on your opponent. The rubber is highly versatile and will enable you to produce all standard long pimple attacking shots at ease.

NUMBER 1 is a great match for nearly all long pimple players, find out for yourself!

Reviews (1)

GenElectric  on 5/22/2014

I currently use this rubber with no sponge on Nittaku Barwell Fleet. Being one of the first to use this rubber (May 2014) I can only write a brief review without of reflecting the thoughts of others or the performance on other blades! Very consistent rubber, good for push blocking, when chop blocking it is easy to go out due to the high friction per area (small pips), Good deception but lacks reversal can however add spin when chopping (even with the OX version). Rather good for attacking short ball with various spins and lifts backspin balls easily, probably due to the vertical pimple alignment.
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