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PostPosted: 03 Mar 2015, 23:25 
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Hey all

I made a video about the new LP of DER MATERIALSPEZIALIST.


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Looks pretty good!

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Hi Martin,

Will you be moving to this rubber?
Have you tried it with ox only?

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hey v02man

I tried the Superwall with a thin sponge. The OX-version feels better and provides almost all I need. Hard topspins are a bit more difficult to control but the rest is awesome. Yes, I moved to the Superwall.

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PostPosted: 04 Mar 2015, 01:26 
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Hi Martin,

I got a cheap Meteor 575 in 1mm and I'm finding it very good for attacking.
I think I need to be more proactive.
I will keep an eye on this one.

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hey v02man

I played both 575 and 845. Superwall OX makes more reversal then the 575 close to the table.

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martinspin wrote:
hey v02man

I played both 575 and 845. Superwall OX makes more reversal then the 575 close to the table.

Looks good...more than good..best


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It does look good!

SO it's the one with thin sponge being used in he video?

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What is the speed like? What is it comparable to?

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@Alex
I played the Superwall without sponge in the video.

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On a slower blade you are able to return half-long balls against attacks. This rubber is rather unique. I would compare him with the Meteor 845 OX. Superwall OX is ab bit slower and more dangerous close to table. The reversal in the long defense is very high like with Neptune, Curl P1R, 845 OX, ...

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Thanks Martin. One last question. Are the pips hard or soft? Rigid or flexible?

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@ mmnb

The pips aren't flexible but not stiff. On a scale from 1-5 I would say about 4.

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The pips aren't flexible but not stiff. On a scale from 1-5 I would say about 4.

how is density of pips?
top of pips rought or flat?
compare to other pips, pls

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The pips are pretty tight and the heads are rough. I compare the Superwall with the 845 OX but more dangerous close to the table.

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Hi Martin

Can you explain the differences between the sponge and ox versions?

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