chop 9 months ago
I've enjoyed playing with Pluto in 1.5mm. It is easy to use medium pips. These pimples have an excellent control for tactical, combination game. They're very versatile and can be used confidently in attack and defense situation. Pluto reminded me famous RITC 563 , but with better control, slightly less speed and more grip. For that reason Pluto is more comfortable to chop with. On chops, ball goes low with moderate amount of spin. The beauty of Pluto's that it offers spin variation in the game. Ball can be returned with or without the spin, that's where its deception comes from. It was extremely easy to attack with these pips and return any serve by fast flip. Blocking was very stable, but do not expect to get strange effects on the ball since these are not long pips and their deception comes from spin and speed variation during the game. I've used Pluto in 1.5mm thickness on Stiga WRB Classic blade with Skyline NEO TG2 (max). All in all, I'm very happy with these pips performance. Great stability, control and spin variation are all there, you just need to be realistic about medium pips and have an effective strategy in place. Without that Pluto is going to be " just a pimple I've once tried".
ksigit on 4/19/2016
I use it as BH on Butterfly Gergely blade, FH is Joola Rhyzm. The Yinhe Pluto rubber is easy to flick underspin incoming ball, either short or long. A wrist action/movement and more forward movement are required to achieve desired effect. Chop block also quite good, still have to practice it more to make it perfect. All in all, this is a fun rubber to play.
This combination is a keeper for me..
6655au on 7/13/2012
With its overall caracteristics very close to the best choice MP rubber (friendship 563-1).
Practicaly indentical after change the medium original rubber with softer one (avalox or palio - 2,0 mm thickness).
abdo1353 10 months ago
I have used the Pluto on BH since 6 months ago. The main positive point of Pluto for me is that when you block loops of your opponent, the return ball is very amazing: it has very much tensions without considerable back spin and the ball is coming with some seed so that your oppent should use a loop with very much feeling the ball which is difficult when the return ball has more speed. Another characteristic of Pluto is that you can use BH loop: in this case the returned ball for the opponet is not clear how much it contain spin, so the opponent finds much trouble.
I find pluto very confusing for the oppponent but it needs very much practice to play with it.
agooding2 on 3/26/2008
Great short to medium pip for those who want to block, roll and produce dead balls. Almost like a long pip in how much trouble it gives people but takes patience to master. Check legality on the ITTF list.