Andro Hexer HD

Andro Hexer HD Rubber
Approx. $ 56 USD
Price $

User Ratings (34)

Speed 9.2
Spin 9.1
Control 8.5
Tackiness 3.0   
Slightly tacky
Weight 5.5   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 6.5   
Medium hard
Gears 7.9   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 4.9   
Medium
Consistency 8.8
Durability 7.5   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 9.1 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 113
Spin 110
Control 80
Tensor Yes
Anti No
There are 9 users using the Andro Hexer HD.
Modern table tennis is becoming more complex day by day. To enable you to keep step with new trends, we designed andro Hexer HD. During the development of this fourth generation TENSOR BIOS rubber we focused on the factor precision. The progressive, spinny surface structure gives you the feeling of leading the ball for a longer time during the stroke and bringing the ball to its target point. Topspins and counterspins on highest possible level hitting the target precisely (High Definition Performance) will become an important part of your repertoire. The powerful catapult and speed gluing.

effect for which TENSOR BIOS rubbers are famous for provides Hexer HD with the certain power so that you do not miss speed and feedback. Extend your game with the factor precision -- discover Hexer HD!

Reviews (16)

chrisfromgr  on 2/25/2014

Have been playing with hexer hd on the forehand side of a donic waldner ultra carbon blade for about a year. Hexer hd plays well on this blade for dedicated loopers. It is fast and can add a great amount of spin on serves and loops with the right technique. It is not very insensible to incoming spin so receives and blocks require some attention. Due to high throw of both rubber and blade smashes are difficult and need to be directed with a closed racket. It is very durable but a bit heavy. In conclusion, hexer hd is a rubber with good control to mound attacks based on ball placement and speedy loops full of rotation.
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anthonytenergy  on 6/17/2015

Top quality rubber. Playing on FH on Gewoo speedster off+ blade and they work very weel together. Also seen this playing v well on FH on Primorac Off- for highly ranked club mate. Service spin is high and receives with great control. Lifts easily vs bsp. Loops are penetrating and spinny...side spin loops also v easy. Hitting crisp and with power. Great rubber!
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vietma  on 10/28/2013

I am using Andro Super Core Cell Carbon OFF blade with Hexer HD 2.1 mm on forehand and 1.9 mm on backhand. I am playing competition and Andro blade and rubbers have helped me to win lots of games. However I find Hexer HD rubber is quite fast on an offensive blade and as a beginner I should not use Hexer HD while I am still learning and developing my techniques. So I recently replaced Hexer HD with Yasaka Mark V 1.8 mm on my forehand. I've got to tell you it is my CORRECT decision to change this since I could now make very good looping and very control smashing with Mark V on my OFF blade. Hexer HD is too fast to make looping on my OFF blade. I will keep Hexer HD 1.9 mm on my backhand for now and when it's torn out, I will replace it with Butterfly Sriver EL 1.9 mm on my backhand. I still love Hexer HD but it's too fast for my level and since I am still learning my techniques I would rather use the old school Mark V and Sriver EL rubbers on my Andro OFF carbon blade.
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clublevelplayer  on 1/19/2013

top spin at its finest! color appearance is lighter red. its sponge is like porous and medium indicating its top notch quality. tested this with tb zlc blade for forehand. Compare to some european brand rubber who easily attract moisture. must try tensor rubber.
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mattTT09  on 1/2/2013

i swap my yasaka xtra soft for this...very great and very nice to use...but it is to strong because of the tensor system...but overall this is very very great!! |:D
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