blackbird74 on 7/19/2012
Claims Hardness: 35 degrees
vanjr on 5/20/2011
I bought a sheet of this on a whim and played with in the first time last night. All I can say is wow! This time being an EJ may pay off for me. This rubber was very fun to play with. I could control the ball and topspin anything. I had been using tenergy 64 and this new rubber was just as fun to play with. It had a similar firm sponge, but the topsheet was very non-tacky-not even grippy, yet I could topspin very, very nicely. I immediately ordered 4 more sheets and will get them for the price of one sheet of tenergy. I have now tried in both the hard sponge version and another labeled 40-43 degree sponge which is clearly softer and slower but still very nice. I highly recommend this rubber. Just be careful and ask to get your desired sponge hardness.
I went away from this for 6 months to Thors but now am back due to a new coach who has me playing a more controlled style. Still an outstanding non-tacky buy.
Anyone know who sells the hard sponge version of this? Lots of sources from medium/soft sponge (40-43 degree per package) but looking for a reliable source that says "hard" on the back under sponge heading. thanx!
SpinnyDrive on 4/19/2011
This rubber is really built for looping. It is quiet easy to loop with this rubber. It has great control and enough speed to finish the point. Spin is average for serving but during play, if you the right technique, it can produced great spin. Nice rubber and good rubber to use.
Sha on 1/13/2011
Typical backhand rubber.
Just a very normal rubber like 729 but its not tacky, worth the money you spend, but if you are not lacking on the money, you shouldn't buy this.
Which I think for a rubber that will last like 6 months (except Pro players) spending a bit more money to buy a rubber like andro RX500 is more reasonable.