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Dawei 2008 XP (Super Power)

Dawei 2008 XP (Super Power) ping pong rubber
Approx. $ 9 USD
Price $

Ratings  (rated 28 times)

There are 3 users using the Dawei 2008 XP (Super Power).
From community:
Speed   7.9
Spin   8.0
Control   8.0
Tackiness   4.5 - Medium tacky
Throw Angle   4.6 - Medium
Weight   6.8 - Medium-heavy
Sponge Hardness   6.8 - Medium-hard
Gears   6.0 - Above average gears
Durability   8.0 - Lasts longer than average
Consistency   6.5
Overall   8.1 10
From manufacturer:
Speed 7.0 / 10
Spin 6.0 / 10
Control 6.5 / 10
Tensor   No

Description of Dawei 2008 XP (Super Power)

(typos included)

The 2008 Super Power-XP is a outstanding superior elastic rubber, which is on the base of the better rubber SUPER POWER 2008. also which uses the new IB TECH-Exonsor technology.

The 2008 Super Power-XP's outstanding Japanese Orange-coloured sponge the that acceleratesthe speed of your shots. The gripping rubber surface improves control and feeling for the ball. When you attack, the 2008 Super Power-XP rubber adds extra power that even continues after the ball has struck your poopnent's side of the table. Acceleration and power, that is 2008 Super Power-XP

REVIEWS // 19

bdee  2 months ago

Cole uses this stuff on his popular "Buster" paddles. And for good reason. This rubber is affordable and durable as hell. It is versatile in that you can do just about everything with it. Speed is a tad hotter than typical Chinese rubbers. The surface is nowhere sticky enough pick up a ball but tacky enough to comfortably slow loop with. Serves can be made nice and spinny. The sound it produces when hitting a ball is a low TOK! This is an excellent rubber to refurbish premade paddles (which typically come with an ALL- to ALL+ blade) especially because it's cheap enough that you don't feel bad attaching it to a cheap blade. I replace the rubber when the stickiness starts to wear off around the middle.
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pippy  3 months ago

My 3rd rewrite tonight. I'm a pips blocker with the backhand but in training I have this basic, cheap rubber to thank for my improving progress with the inverted strokes. Comparing it to a hard sst 40 degrees and lighter inspirit 35 and a soft tacky C, the 1.8 XP on a normal size off- blade feels the best in generating smashes, flat hits, loops, quick blocks... it has the ideal qualities for an allrounded fh game... I think it was designed perfectly for the cheap R2, and that perfect match beats experimenting on the fh side as I have enough work to do with the pips. OK gotta stop while I'm ahead...
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ahsq  3 months ago

Bought the 2.2MM, 43 degrees, Red on 12/31/2014. topsheet and sponge will not separate nor tear. This is a great feature!
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Lhet  3 months ago

Fantastic for serving, and very powerful. Rather heavy, and maybe not the best for learning as it's so fast compared to the classic 'suggested beginner rubbers' (1.5mm Sriver or Focus 3 Snipe or whatever people are recommending these days).
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Tokieboi  on 5/9/2014

Best value for money rubber. If you a cheapo like me, and didn't want to spend much money to try many rubbers, get this rubber. For it's price, I will rate : Speed 8/10 Spin 9/10 Control 9/10 And this rubber is very durable. After 2 months of playing (play 3-4 times per week, each season last 2-4 hours), with proper cleaning and maintenance (I wipe with wet towel after each game), the rubber still looks and perform like new.
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