Armstrong New Anti Spin

Armstrong New Anti Spin Rubber
Approx. $ 42 USD
Price $

User Ratings (4)

Speed 5.5
Spin 5.9
Control 9.4
Tackiness 4.3   
Medium tacky
Weight 0.0   
Feather light
Sponge Hardness 0.8   
Soft
Gears 3.3   
Average
Throw Angle 2.0   
Medium low
Consistency 8.3
Durability 4.0   
Average durability
Overall 9.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 6.0 / 7
Spin 6.0 / 7
Control 9.0 / 7
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 1 users using the Armstrong New Anti Spin.
This is a new type of anti-spin rubber which covers the shortages of normal anti-spin rubber. Armstrong New Anti-Spin is good for block, cut and even attack. Its surface looks like normal rubber and when you hit the ball it sounds like normal rubber; but it kills opponent’s drive and smash. It is recommended to use in combination with Chopper rubber or Twister long pimple rubber.

Reviews (3)

jrado  6 months ago

I use this on my forehand side when I am having fun with my Donic defplay senso and feel like chopping. It is insensitive to spin, but is able to a surprising amount of underspin. I have had a few of my friends underestimate the spin and push or loop the ball right into the net. Control is phenomenal as it should be for being anti-spin. It is also rather easy to hit with, but the hits lack power, so placement is key. Overall, a great antispin rubber that is easy to use and quite versatile.
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gwirthsipp  on 8/12/2015

Good rubber if you play really offence. Then it is uncomfortable for your opponent. Plays very well in blocking, smashing and service receiving. As I turn the racket that makes it hard for your opponent to calculate. I like this rubber
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ciestix  on 9/24/2014

No very antispin
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