Awesome Power and Extra Performance Without any Speed Glue
Quattro allround tecnique take New Inspirit around the World
What's the difference between INSPIRIT Quattro allround edition and INSPIRIT?
Only the package style?
Is there not more colorful than the INSPIRIT?
Waiting for What? Let's try it!
The New INSPIRIT Quattro allround is simply and outstanding packaging. The reason is we need you to pay more attention on this label
Quattro created a maximum effect of speed glue inside the rubber, but it's 100% without speed glue to take more effect, more control, more power. Although the sponge is softer, it take you more effect of first speed and second speed unimaginably. It's suitable for offensive and technique style.
INSPIRIT Quattro allround is designed specially for attacking and tecnique player. It without any speed gluing demonstrates more powerful performance than any rubbers normally glued. Extra consistency and precision greatly improve the success rate of technical strokes in the high speed and technique game.
Adoption to Quattro may take a few days of practice, because the power from the maximized built-in speed is far beyond your experience.
Please apply the glue just enough to attach the rubber to the blade. Over-gluing or re-gluing will rather reduce the performance of INSPIRIT Quattro around. which is already at the peak of speed glue effect.
blackbird74 on 8/15/2013
Tested Medium Hardness Black / Red. Both 2.2mm.
Rubber is very slightly tacky when new. The ball will not stick to it. Good to moderate amount of spin.
Medium-fast and spin is good but less than tacky rubbers. Very good level of control.
Throw angle I found to be medium.
Blocking was very good due to the control and bounce.
Pushing and chop serves were good for control but spin was not heavy due to lack of tacky surface. Still very good though.
Attacking felt really good close to the table as it is not too fast, but when backing off from the table a bit, I found it as lacking in pace and gears.
Overall, I would recommend it for an attacker who mainly plays close to the table, but not quite so good for loopers playing further back from it. Very good control with a good level of spin and speed. Sponge not too hard.
Speed: 8.6; Spin: 8.4; Control: 8.8
Tackiness: Slightly tacky; Throw Angle: Medium
Weight: Medium-heavy; Sponge Harness: Medium; Gear: Above average gears
Durability: Lasts longer than average; Consistency: Always identical
Anonymous on 1/15/2012
Switching from a premade paddle with a soft flextra, it really took me a while to get used its speed. I use the 42 version and it definetely is meant for power. Though, looping espescially against backspin is easy, some of the brush loops are hard to control. Its advisable to have a good technique before buying. Once you have your technique, MAN THIS RUBBER IS QUITE FAST. Especially for loop drivers. Im a brush looper and it did take me some time to get used to it. Good rubber, i use it on Fh
Orangecrush on 4/2/2015
I bought this rubber for my BH w/ Air Illumina for my FH on a Dawei Quattro Limda blade. This setup was suggested for my playing style.
I have to admit the Dawei Quattro has much more control and with my blade I have a big sweet spot for my BH.
I would review my other rubber but it is not listed here.
invadertim3 on 8/4/2012
Very grippy surface. A bit on the heavy side, but very good for the price.
Anonymous on 1/19/2012
Not as fast as Gambler Outlaw or Focus III Snipe, but spins just as well. I use it for more control over these two because it has a bit of a cushy feel. Control is very good.