pitigoi 11 months ago
Used 1.9mm on FH and BH, Allround blade.
I can't generate good topspin with shorter FH moves. Also, I hit with the wood on the more direct hits, and don't like the feeling.
Circa 39g glued. Good middle-of-the-road rubber, nothing exceptional IMO. I am sure one can use it just fine with very good technique; I don't have such technique and even then I would prefer more short-move spin (for topspin/sidespin blocks).
I got it cheaper than Xiom Vega Europe but overall prefer the Vega
(more spin from short moves and higher throw and no worse in other respects).
spinitgood on 5/29/2014
Reading the reviews on this website and others, I was intrigued. So I tried it and I can confirm that it is a weird rubber. The top sheet is completely non-tacky and feels very close to an anti-top. The sponge is harder than many other rubbers with the "soft" designation.
Then I tried hitting balls with it. This was a bizarre experience that is difficult to explain. The rubber is able to generate a great deal of spin and has a nice curve as you would expect with other tensor-like rubbers. But there was no ball feel at all. The weird thing was that it was really just a feeling problem, in reality the ball seemed to go where I wanted at a good speed. But no dwell time whatsoever. I felt that my serves suffered because of this. The main advantage it has is weight. It was almost 4g lighter than the M3 after cutting.
Loop on 11/16/2013
This is not like any other rubber. It's completely non-tacky but can still produce a monstrous amount of spin to the ball. The short game is really easy, and when you're attacking it's always controlled with very much power. I love this rubber.