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PostPosted: 05 Dec 2018, 15:41 
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FH: Nittaku Moristo SP Ax
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How is the block against spinny loops and attack? A guy told me that plays like smooth

It plays somewhat like an inverted rubber but no inverted rubber can flat hit like this one! Smack! Click! Gone! I'm still working out how insensitive it is to incoming loops.. more on that later.


Sounds like a beautry clone . How flat is the arc?

If I remember correctly, Beautry has vertical pips while this one has horizontal. It's also softer, faster, and corkier than Beautry. The arc is low but very usable, i.e. easy to keep the ball on the table when counter-driving.


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I had occasion to practice against a higher-rated power looper yesterday and was happy to discover that Moristo SP Ax's resistance to topspin is pretty darn good! It doesn't have the spin-killing ability of TSP Spinpips RED but I was able to control and return loop after loop with SP Ax. SP Ax's hallmark continues to be its blinding hitting speed: If an opponent gets out of position or off balance, a little punch with SP Ax quickly puts the ball past them with zero chance of them chasing it down. If I'm able to generate a kill shot opportunity, the resulting drive is often moving too fast for an opponent to even react to. Fun stuff! On serve, SP Ax's spin isn't nearly up to Spinpips RED's juking capabilities but SP Ax is able to impart enough spin to cause mis-hits and even an occasional whiff. In its first outing at league night I beat an opponent 3-0 who beat me 3-1 when I last played him a few weeks ago using Spinpips RED.


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WHAT CHINA TWIN TO MORISTO SP ??????

Noway am I a money waster. I just took some thorough exploration into Eacheng inventory for a cheaper version of Moristo SP rubber. And the result is quiet rousing.

1. BOMB Hammer 2.0 tension, short pips rubber should be a true candidate.



2. Another proper candidate, GLOBE 889-2, mid-soft thick sponge 1.8 mm would be a worthy emulator of Moristo rubber.

The best-known marketplace to buy original Moristo SP is tt-japan.com an affable shopkeeper English speaking. N<N<JLUYUTUYR/ Lets play the game.


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