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PostPosted: 29 Jun 2011, 18:33 
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DHS 651 652
Butterfly Challenger attack
Dr N Pistol (Leopard as well maybe???? I remember it having more grip than pistol)
RITC 802
Stiga Clipper (If i remember right)

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julian wrote:
DHS 651 652
Butterfly Challenger attack
Dr N Pistol (Leopard as well maybe???? I remember it having more grip than pistol)
RITC 802
Stiga Clipper (If i remember right)


Hi Julian, for classic?

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yep, sorry, for classic

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julian wrote:
Butterfly Challenger attack
This one plays much like inverted, it is grippy, I think.
julian wrote:
RITC 802
It is definitely grippy on soft sponge, and classic on hard one.
julian wrote:
Stiga Clipper (If i remember right)
Clippa.

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Joola Tango Ultra added to sticky pips section-Ian

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added to list of classic short pips 8/24/2011

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gekogark1212 wrote:
Xiom's SP are in the grippy,
Most of Butterfly are (Flare, Ray, Flare 2), though their Challenger attack and speedy po are in-between.
Andro's Blowfish and BF+ are grippy, but their Logo is classical.


hey geogark what are your impresions about blowfish,blowfish+ ....do they sound like glued? spinny?


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They do sound glued yes, and I'd say they're at least as spiny as a new sheet of zava, so yeah I'd call them grippy.

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gekogark1212 wrote:
They do sound glued yes, and I'd say they're at least as spiny as a new sheet of zava, so yeah I'd call them grippy.


how is blowfish(not +) compared to 802 in terms of spin or any clasical spinny pips, is it hard to loop?


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Well spin wise, I'd sy 802 wins out, but it could be because I find Chinese pips much easier to spin with. With regards to looping, sorry I just dot use that stroke at all with my pip, I still backhand loop with inverted, but the only pip I could actually loop with was the bomb hammer, even the 802-40 didn't loop too well for me. :S

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gekogark1212 wrote:
Well spin wise, I'd sy 802 wins out, but it could be because I find Chinese pips much easier to spin with. With regards to looping, sorry I just dot use that stroke at all with my pip, I still backhand loop with inverted, but the only pip I could actually loop with was the bomb hammer, even the 802-40 didn't loop too well for me. :S


how do you deal blocking spinny loop with blowfish(not+)


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bbkon wrote:
how do you deal blocking spinny loop with blowfish(not+)

basic block, punch block, soft block, side spin block, smash, chop block...it really just depends on what you want to do with the ball

Honestly, mate if you're this interested in the rubber, just buy a sheet or trade it and hit with it in practice. There's no point asking how I would use it or deal with incoming shots with it, because you are not me. You are more likely to have more touch skills and shots whereas I like to point and shoot.

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gekogark1212 wrote:
bbkon wrote:
how do you deal blocking spinny loop with blowfish(not+)

basic block, punch block, soft block, side spin block, smash, chop block...it really just depends on what you want to do with the ball

Honestly, mate if you're this interested in the rubber, just buy a sheet or trade it and hit with it in practice. There's no point asking how I would use it or deal with incoming shots with it, because you are not me. You are more likely to have more touch skills and shots whereas I like to point and shoot.


adidas is unveiling short pips i wonder if they will be as p5 rubber: great control and spin


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julian wrote:
DHS 651 652
Butterfly Challenger attack
Dr N Pistol (Leopard as well maybe???? I remember it having more grip than pistol)
RITC 802
Stiga Clipper (If i remember right)


leopard has much less grip, have both sheets infront of me right now.

clippa is a rather grippy sheet, wouldnt list it under "classic"

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Hi Ian!

I have played with all the Friendship SP rubbers, And I have tried all of them in ox and sponge. Even tried 802-40 in ox. IMHO the 799 is actually grippier than the 802-40. Both in Ox and with sponge. The 799 with a 1.5mm HRS medium soft sponge is clearly more grippy than 802-40 with a 1.8mm soft sponge. This came as a surprise to me because we have all heard how grippy 802-40 is. However, taking a look at the 799, the pips are VERY close together, which explains this.

I now play with 799 ox on my BH. It is a very spinny chopper and a great hitter.

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