Andro Hexer Powersponge

Andro Hexer Powersponge Rubber
Approx. $ 47 USD
Price $

User Ratings (23)

Speed 8.3
Spin 8.9
Control 8.8
Tackiness 0.8   
Completely non-tacky
Weight 4.0   
Average
Sponge Hardness 1.7   
Medium soft
Gears 7.5   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 5.2   
Medium high
Consistency 8.8
Durability 6.3   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.8 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 8 users using the Andro Hexer Powersponge.

Reviews (11)

Herocoder  on 8/3/2015

One of the better rubbers I have played with. Despite being a soft rubber, the gears are all there for the speed you need. Boy is this a SPIN beast. The spin I get on my first balls is pretty deadly and satisfactory. The soft rubber intentionally is highly controllable making it a very satisfying and attractive option. Put it on a ALL or ALL+ blade and you have an excellent combo of spinny do it all setup. Nice on the BH for excellent Blocking and control. The Durability of the rubber is pretty decent as well. Definitely a rubber that can ease you into Tensors if you are going from Intermediate to Advanced Levels.
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Davown2000  on 1/21/2015

I've used this rubber for several years and struggle to find a better alternative. Usually I use Hexer+ on the BH but recently thinking HexerPS might be slightly better. Review Andro Hexer Powersponge - 2.1mm Red on Cornilleau Soft Carbon Off+ Blade with Hexer+ Short Distance: Excellent all-round rubber for all shots: chop, topspin or blocks. Can loop in the short game. Long Distance: Strong loop shots with ability to produce heavy spin off topspin blocks or heavier hits. Topspin: Good steady topspin with ability to counter hit topspin well. Chop / Push: Good steady consistent push shots with ability to produce heavy chop or blocked chop. Comparison - Hexer +: Very similar with ease to twiddle. Slightly better for loop and short game blocks. Recommendation: Suit offensive players.
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Mesiento86  on 2/20/2013

Perfect Rubber for BH if you play with a med-Soft blade, not good for hard blades. (my opinion) If you don't play with topspin or looping with your BH (you just use yor BH for blocking or looping the first ball after an opponent chop/push) that could be a good rubber for you.
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ersin001  on 12/10/2012

i used hexer ps for a long time . excellent spin . excellent speed close to table, lacks gears far away from table . i reckon this is the perfect rubber for intermediate players.. also for beginners. 2.1 fh 1.9 bh for beginners imo ..
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ttspin  on 2/19/2012

more spin and control good speed and power
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