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PostPosted: 27 Mar 2018, 04:02 
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" Easily send back your opponents hard offensive shots with this defensive rubber that is great for chopping.

Millitall-II's pips are thinner than ordinary pips-out rubber with greater space between each pip. The resulting effect of the unique Millitall-II pip design is its capability of producing lower trajectory and bounce on return shots. This makes it difficult for your opponent to drive the ball hard and makes it easier to receive serves.

Millitall-II Soft provides excellent control. "

I was wondering if removing the sponge to play in ox, could be a good idea for close to the table defense.

what do you think?

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TSP make it in OX so you don’t have to remove the sponge (unless you already have one on sponge). I think its strength would be its versatility. There might be more effective/disturbing choices for a purely defensive close to the table style but the high control may compensate, particularly if you include some more active and variable play. Nittaku Pimplemini would be a similar alternative. I think these are actually medium pimples.

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Dusty054 wrote:
TSP make it in OX so you don’t have to remove the sponge (unless you already have one on sponge). I think its strength would be its versatility. There might be more effective/disturbing choices for a purely defensive close to the table style but the high control may compensate, particularly if you include some more active and variable play. Nittaku Pimplemini would be a similar alternative. I think these are actually medium pimples.


just asked because of the so called low trajectory .Not very disturbing? then,it is not suitable for my kind of game...Thank you so much for having the time to answer ....btw, there are cheaper versatile lps in the market !!!

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