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PostPosted: 19 Dec 2017, 11:29 
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Im gonna to but one of This rubbers. Can you guys Help me decide which one? Please can u give me a review of both rubbers. How are they for serving, drive, chopping (I'm a Chopper) so I'm going to use the chosen one to defend and attack.


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Last time, you talked about Tibhar Nimbus and Bluefire M3; the people who commented said Bluefire M3 would be a good rubber to choose. I personally would go for M3, but since you're talking about these 2 rubbers, I would go for Acuda S1; Bluefire M1 is supposedly very fast, hard, and maybe not the best rubber for chopping.

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Like Danthe said, bluefire m1 is way to fast. If you are a chopper, who chops a lot, I definitely would go for such a hard rubber. M3 is fast enough, if not too fast, so i would definitely not be thinking about going for the hardest sponge type when you have different options available for chopping.

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Danthespearton HQ wrote:
Last time, you talked about Tibhar Nimbus and Bluefire M3; the people who commented said Bluefire M3 would be a good rubber to choose. I personally would go for M3, but since you're talking about these 2 rubbers, I would go for Acuda S1; Bluefire M1 is supposedly very fast, hard, and maybe not the best rubber for chopping.


Tnks men. Yeah jaja I talked about nimbus and m3 but due to some shipment problems and stuff I preferred to use only a Donic rubbers. And recently I tested the m3 and it wasn't what I was looking for, Im testing a M2 MAX but im still thinking in the Acuda S1 due to a recommendation.


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