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Dawei Inspirit

Dawei Inspirit ping pong rubber
Approx. $ 12 USD
Price $

Ratings  (rated 22 times)

There are 9 users using the Dawei Inspirit.
From community:
Speed   8.1
Spin   8.5
Control   8.1
Tackiness   2.3 - Slightly tacky
Throw Angle   3.8 - Medium
Weight   5.4 - Medium-heavy
Sponge Hardness   5.0 - Medium
Gears   6.0 - Above average gears
Durability   8.8 - Lasts a long time!
Consistency   6.2
Overall   8.9 10
From manufacturer:
Speed 9.0 / 10
Spin 9.5 / 10
Control 9.5 / 10
Tensor   No

Description of Dawei Inspirit

(typos included)

High Performance Pimple in Rubber by EDSC

The New INSPIRIT has been one of the best seller of competition rubbers throughout the world which instituted by DAWEI.

The Latest INSPIRIT include Japense rubber's High Friction, Germany ruber's extremely fast, also the Chinese rubber's fantastic spin capabilities. The crowning achievement of Japanese Technology of the Vario series, despite that extremely fast with fantastic spin. A really uniquefeel for the game!

INSPIRIT use the latest technology "EDCS", we called it Energy Deactivation Control System. This tech. improved the rubber's more weighty to let it is suitable for more technology players.

INSPIRIT's outatanding is at the split second of rubber absorb the attacking from ball to recuperation is the main reason of difference of a variety of rubber. So our "EDCS" can get it, to improve the save the energy decreasing to extend or decrease the split second, also the extra feature of new rubber to let you have more speeding, spin, standard and control.

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Reviews of the Dawei Inspirit

Review ppgear said this on February 20, 2008:

I like the Inspirit, it's non-tacky, and a great replacement for expensive Japanese/European rubbers.
Review tommyzai said this on February 29, 2008:

The Dawei Inspirit is an excellent low cost replacement for overpriced Euro/Jap rubbers, offering grippy (not tacky) topsheet, speed, and a couple nice gears; however, I find the topsheet to be a little brittle and sometimes inconsistent in quality from sheet to sheet. This can be remedied by buying from a reputable distributor who QAs for you. The original sponge has a lot of kick (Quattro has more), but it has some weight to it. Overally, it's a good rubber and if the topsheet were a little softer and the sponge were a little lighter . . . it would be a GREAT rubber.
Review zhuangcorp said this on March 25, 2008:

I don't see any reason to pay such high prices for euro/jap rubbers when this great rubber is available. It is a beautiful looking rubber, with grippy non-tacky topsheet. The speed is very good, mechanical spin is good. Reacts quite well to speed glue as well. This is a great all around rubber that is effective on serves, smashes, loops, blocks, etc. Suitable for forehand as well as backhand. If you're looking for replacement to euro or jap rubbers, I think this rubber will give you everything you need.
Review bsalter5 said this on March 25, 2008:

As others have noted, this is a really good all-around rubber. It is OK, or a bit better than that without glue, but really pops with glue.

I didn't get as good of a result as I had hoped with Tibhar Clean Tune Extra - it helped, but the rubber didn't soften up and cork like it does with real speed glue.
Review MtBikerE said this on March 29, 2008:

I'll have to agree with it being a great all around Euro type rubber.
Review skyline said this on April 9, 2008:

Great value for the money. This rubber does it all whether it's looping,smashing,blocking or flathitting. The control is superiour to other rubbers. Glues up really nicely. The only thing that bothers me is it's weight.
Review asr1990 said this on April 19, 2008:

great rubber for its price in my opinion, it is supposed to be a cheaper and chinese brand version of Bryce FX, i would say it is not that far off, maybe slightly less spinny and a bit slower, but the it is alot cheaper and the durability is about the same as a sheet of Bryce FX, possibly more,
Review ignarus said this on May 3, 2008:

I've tried this in the 35 degree soft version and found it to be very versatile for a topspin attacking rubber. It has a ever-so-slightly tacky topsheet, a low throw, and a lot of pace. I haven't tried Bryce Fx, but it plays similarly to other BTY high tension series rubbers - like a lower-throw Catpult with a less responsive topsheet. By comparison, it's a little thicker so it takes more force (higher toss) to get good spin on short serves. Unlike some tacky chinese rubbers, I found no difference between the black and red versions. The 35 degree saviga sponge seems lighter and softer than the 35 degree Quatto version. All in all, a really nice, high quality rubber with an even better price tag.
Review hafawaz said this on May 8, 2008:

This was a great rubber - easily compared to expensive Euro/Jap rubbers. This rubber is a can do anything you can think of: looping, hitting, blocking, etc.
Review David said this on December 15, 2008:

Great rubber, I'm using it without speed glue on my RPB side, although it is quite heavy (~55 g cut w/ 38° / 2.0 mm sponge) compared to rubbers like Sriver (FX) etc. -- but a lot cheaper and the durability is great!
Review Dave said this on May 26, 2010:

Great rubber at a great price. Looks nice and sounds even better. Used 2.0mm rubber on Genote R2 blade, it really makes a lovely clicking sound. Plenty of power, lots of pace, gets faster as the rubber looses some of its tack. Highly recommended.
Review ttGuru said this on October 27, 2010:

Very good for its price, and very predictable. I have it (35 degree soft) on Dowei Genote F, and its the best Chineese rubber for the Europian stile of play. Inspirit with speed glue - is much faster (9+) with substantial increase in spin (9-9.5) ability. You need to have a faster blade for Inspirit to shine.
Review Anonymous said this on March 3, 2011:

Awesome rubber for the price. Generates large quantities of spin on loops, fast but controllable. I highly recommend this rubber to anybody that wants a good European style rubber without paying the massive price tag.
Only $12!
Review zzz said this on November 22, 2011:

Great rubber. I played it in red at b/h, 2.0mm.

Fast with a medium sponge. Blocking, looping, counter can be done well with a lot of control. The biggest surprise for me was its great control when pushing. Topsheet is very slighly tacky but after some time it turns to highly grippy. The rubber is more for european style of play. The Inspirit makes a loud noise.

You can get no more value for that price. Surely not comparable to modern euro/jap. rubbers regarding to speed. But the spin/speed/control-ratio is outstanding. If you look for a fast rubber with suberb control in short game this is yours.


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