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PostPosted: 11 Jul 2016, 04:59 
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How are you finding the Keiler?

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PostPosted: 11 Jul 2016, 13:35 
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Robot Blocker wrote:
How are you finding the Keiler?


I've been testing 1.5mm Keiler. It seems to be about as spinny as 563 or a little less than 802. No real reversal at all on the blocks/hits, so you don't float too many off the table. It does 'kill' the spin quite a bit depending on how you contact the ball, so very rarely you get a "wtf was that!" kind of shot. Aside from that unintentional once off, it seems fairly linear. Now granted, a "wtf" shot to me is just a technique problem. If you practiced enough with the keiler, I'm sure you could learn how to consistently produce those hits. My point is, it's not as spinless/unpredictable as Dr. N Killer, so coming from inverted/sp won't be a huge deal. No more than 563 would be. It does have enough 'funk' to where your opponent, after a number of missed hits, would look down at his paddle to wonder what was going on. Nothing like LP though, where the first return is going to send them into a tizzy fit. Keiler is a much more subtle assassin (with a duller blade, deception wise)!


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So far I'm liking Pluto on 0.8mm compared Dawei 388C-1 0.8mm albeit with different sponge type. Will try them with same sponge later on to even out the playing field to determine the difference isn't further made cause the sponge. So far find the Pluto to be more disruptive, can spin and smash well too, hitting with it has that going down effect on the other player. The 388C-1 at times could be more disruptive but more often too plain and bouncy (probably due to sponge). Another good alternative would be Killer, but a lot more expensive. Played against it and thought it was good for blocking and hitting.


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Hi, before this,im a long pips player,and now i change to med pips. My playing style is blocking,hitting and counter hit..and control. Which one the thickness sponge good for me? I want more disruptive and deception on med pips..


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