elPablo on 10/27/2016
i was looking for an ultra tacky rubber, but this is definitely not a case.
Not even in the beginning when brand new. Now after some 30 hour of play, and cleaning it after avery training it even doesn*t pickup a ball from a table.
So tackiness was really a big disapointment for me...
on the other hand it is damn spinny and choppy, yes it is.
I*ve got red one 2,2mm from aliexpress (i am quite sure this is cannot be a faked one :-) and i use it on Grubba All+ blade.
Speed is OKish, control as well, spin is highly above everage, not hard, not soft.
/except it is definitely not a tacky rubber,at least in my case/
For that price (some 11USD) it is really an good option to go, if you are looking for say above everage rubber in every aspect.
I would try this one in 2.0 or better 1.8 for better control for my style of play, and for better feel.
Thierry on 4/10/2012
Version tested is 38°, 1.5mm on backhand and 1.8mm on forehand.
No tensor effect.
Very tacky, lot of control and spin.
A bit slow. Light and quite soft for a chinese rubber.
To be used on a quick blade. Perfect match with the Galaxy T11 for example.
1.8mm on backhand and 2.0mm on forehand should be perfect.
McPat715 10 months ago
Amazing for defender in 1.2 or 1.5 . Slow, spinny and great control, the new gĂ©nĂ©ration of chinese rubber.
it's very light and tre prize is ridicult ;-)
pats79 on 1/16/2016
Im using it in my Nitakku acoustic carbon as a backhand rubber.... after using dhs skyline 3-60 2.0 ( too bouncy for my backhand) stiga chop an drive 1.5 ( very soft... i can fell the wood hitting the ball and donic slice 40 1.5 ( nice but its not tacky and soft it turn to become a anti rubber) .... i think this rubber will solve my problem..... its light as stiga choo and drive and donic slice... but not soft as the two so i have a feel of the ball as i push... and flick.. very nice rubber for its price you can change rubber as frequent as u want.... try it youll not regret it