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PostPosted: 19 Aug 2015, 05:48 
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thanks for the info ;)

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Blade: Butterfly Def2
FH: Tibhar Evolution MXS
BH: Joola Octopus 0.5mm
martinspin can u tell what are best for u? :)
1. allround OX
2. allround 0.5mm

ps. allround i mean aggressive shots + defensive shots

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PostPosted: 07 Feb 2016, 18:59 
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I really miss one STAT, that is the SPEED of the rubber.

Would be great to compare the speed of all the rubbers you have tested.

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What cheap pips would you recommend for loop drives (if possible) and chop blocks on backhand?


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PostPosted: 18 Apr 2016, 23:26 
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Bobobo wrote:
What cheap pips would you recommend for loop drives (if possible) and chop blocks on backhand?


The best chop blocking rubber I have ever used, Giant Dragon Cropcircles long pips, better than Talon, similar to Tibhar DtecS. Loop drives are possible but not recommended. Cost is $14 at ColesTT.

If you want to Loop Drive too, suggest you use an inverted rubber and learn the chop blocking technique which requires some effort and more skill than long pips.

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Hunter Flame / Xiom Sigma Pro 2 2.0 both sides .. Play Right-handed
Gambler Double Carbon / 4H DHS H8 39 degrees Max / BH Kokutaku 911 Long Pips OX / Play Left-handed
729 Wood / 4H Bty Ten 64 max / BH GD CC LP OX .. Play Left-handed
Hunter Fire / 4H Xiom Omega IV Elite Max / BH Xiom Sigma Pro 2 2.0 .. Play Right-handed
Cpen SOS Wood / 4H 729 802-40 2.0 / BH GD Talon LP OX .. Play Left-handed Shakehand
HARDBAT / Shakehand Hock 3 ply / Friendship Dr Evil OX .. Play Right-handed


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PostPosted: 18 Apr 2016, 23:37 
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Bobobo wrote:
What cheap pips would you recommend for loop drives (if possible) and chop blocks on backhand?


PALIO WP 1013 OX (MP) on a slower blade is a cool allround rubber with a very good offense and good defense.

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PostPosted: 19 Apr 2016, 01:19 
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He martin! Where have you been? Did you stop the new survey or just stop for a while ?

Also did you make any review of the spinlord keiler récently ? Where can i find it ?


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PostPosted: 19 Apr 2016, 02:11 
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During the current season, I was unable to test. Now the season is over and the tests will continue. No, I did not tested Spinlord Keiler.

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PostPosted: 19 Apr 2016, 04:04 
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Anything to say about it ?


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maddrag wrote:
Anything to say about it ?


I need technical stability during the season and can not test, where I have all the time to change grip, angle, weigth of the paddles and so on. Now I'm very motivated to continue the work. :)

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How does ox play compared to sponge for pips?


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Bobobo wrote:
How does ox play compared to sponge for pips?


OX is slower, more linear, more controlled, less vulnerable to spin, producing less spin, more extreme angle possible, less pressure for the oponent, tendentially suitable for a close to table game, suitable for longer rallies, you got more time but your oponent too ;)

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martinspin wrote:
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How does ox play compared to sponge for pips?


OX is slower, more linear, more controlled, less vulnerable to spin, producing less spin, more extreme angle possible, less pressure for the oponent, tendentially suitable for a close to table game, suitable for longer rallies, you got more time but your oponent too ;)

What are different sponge thicknesses good for?


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PostPosted: 21 Apr 2016, 14:23 
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Sponge bring you more dynamic to your pips. More thickness you have, more it will approach the caractéristics of a regular rubber with more spin manipulation: more speed, less control, less reversal, more hitting ability. You will be affect by the spin of the other player. You may be able to produce your own spin;top spin and chop. You will be able to produce float as well as heavy chop.

Instead of counting on déception by using the spin of the other player with pure reversal , you will get deception by creating and changing the spin. (Chop, float, topspin)


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martinspin wrote:
Bobobo wrote:
What cheap pips would you recommend for loop drives (if possible) and chop blocks on backhand?


PALIO WP 1013 OX (MP) on a slower blade is a cool allround rubber with a very good offense and good defense.

How does the Double Fish 820A compare to the Palo WP 1013?


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