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Galaxy Moon

Galaxy Moon ping pong rubber
Approx. $ 15 USD
Price $

Ratings  (rated 41 times)

There are 8 users using the Galaxy Moon.
From community:
Speed   8.6
Spin   8.4
Control   8.5
Tackiness   1.8 - Slightly tacky
Throw Angle   4.5 - Medium
Weight   4.6 - Average
Sponge Hardness   5.5 - Medium
Gears   6.0 - Above average gears
Durability   6.7 - Lasts longer than average
Consistency   8.3
Overall   8.6 10
From manufacturer:
Speed 120.0 /
Spin 90.0 /
Tensor   No

Description of Galaxy Moon

High speed, high tension, high friction rubber that feels a lot like a Japanese rubber. It is a high-performance non-tacky rubber.

Built to compare to the Butterfly Tenergy 05 and 05-FX.

Non-tacky Galaxy rubbers compared:
- Galaxy Moon, High throw, offensive rubber, comparable with Butterfly Tenergy 05!
- Galaxy Sun, Lower throw, close to table attack, comparable with Butterfly Tenergy 25!
- Galaxy Mars V2, Lowest throw, offensive rubber, controlled version of Butterfly Tenergy 64!


ahsq  1 months ago

Bought the RED 37 degree sponge 2.0mm top sheet 1.8mm for $13 on 12/5/14,. Used this on a T11+ blade. Bad bounce (5 ball bounces from 5 inch height), extreme low throw angel, non tacky surface made it not spinny as the H3 I used. too fast on the blade. Bad control. Not recommended for FH topspin loop. OK for BH block and flick as it is very fast. Not many gears. I made a mistake in believing it to be advertised as close to T05. It is not. Not recommended. Will update again if my opinion changes�¦. UPDATE: I played with a T5 FH on a one ply Butterfly blade this weekend, it takes no effort to push. the ball just has a very high throw angle. I'd say 1/10 of force. I then switched back to the Moon FH, if I use the same effort, the ball would hit the net. I'd need to adjust and apply force. i'd say 4/10 of force.
exphantom  3 months ago

i like it...have try this a while on crappy blade,before move to gergely and my coach told me to replace it..i felt it's not very durable, i used it for 4 months and it's out...but it has great spin and speed too...don't forget the good control..
bobabiz  10 months ago

good for blocking
hallman432  on 1/12/2014

I Have the 2.2 34 degree moon on both FH and BH. I find it very difficult to loop underspin with this rubber. Another thing that is just horrible is the serves due to the lack of spin this rubber produces. It is a good rubber for mid range controlled play but it fails and the hard loops and developing enough topspin or sidespin on your loops. I feel like the only thing I can trust this rubber to do is blocks and mid range controlled loops. It is a disappointment of a rubber.
Amigo  on 11/27/2013

Large amount of reviews on this rubber. In my opinion it is a good value for the money and would advice players to try this rubber. Out of the pack it has super grip (like T05) but rubber is not the best clone of T05. Other then that it is /"do it all rubber/". About 15-20 % in every department down from T05 and you can get the idea how this plays. I would highly recommend this rubber to anybody on FH or BH. This can be used in match easy, so it is not only training rubber. UPDATE: Recently few of my friends tested 5 ply ALL blades and Moon was one of the rubbers on testing. Most of them including me had very hard time lifting heavy under spin on FH side with Moon on those slower flexible blades. We actually do not know the reason why did this happen but it did. Playing a pips chopper was almost impossible. So much effort was needed to lift chops and so much upward motion that speed was no where near enough for scoring points. Non of us had any complaint on BH side. Moon was actually very good BH rubber on slow ALL blades. Enjoy TT and have fun :)


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