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PostPosted: 25 May 2016, 06:07 
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Blade: Hock No 74
FH: Experimenting
BH: Dawei 388D-1
Manufacturer description: This unique aspect gives the rubber high control values when playing passively at and away from the table and whilst changing the rotation of the ball. REBELLION has further strengths when playing classical defense or from mid-distance due to the high gripiness there is a lot of backspin in all strokes and passive balls from the opponent can be returned aggressively. der-materialspezialist REBELLION: Long live the rebellion!

Speed: 42
Control: 94
Disruptive effect: 100


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Sounds interesting. Too bad there are no yellow plastic balls, the video would have been better with yellow balls...

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I bought a sheet in .5 red. Really nothing special here. I came from TSP P1, Octopus, and Feint OX.

Pips are springy, grippy on top, close together. Sponge is a little bit springy.

Chopping is so-so. Fairly low-throw. Pushing is fine; get good reversal. Hitting is weak. I don't like it for table work b/c it seems to pop fairly easily and hitting doesn't work too well.

You can't really add much spin to ball when chopping off table, like Feint 3 or P1 w/ sponge.

Chop blocking is decent. But I can chop block with anything, so not sure how helpful that is.

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