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 Post subject: 755-2 vs 563
PostPosted: 19 May 2009, 08:07 
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Can anyone provide a comparison between these or the between the 563-variant and the 755-2?
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 Post subject: Re: 755-2 vs 563
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I've used not exactly 755-2, but comparing 755 and 563 (assuming 755 and 755-2 differs mainly in the sponge):

I was able to put some spin on the ball using 563, whereas using 755, I couldn't do as much. Both are excellent in hitting, but 563 feels 'more stable'. Both are relatively insensitive to spin and can give some reverse; 755 more so.

Can't comment on the durability of the pips of 755, but 563 is a little soft, relatively easy to break pips, and I assume 755/755-2 to be the same.

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 Post subject: Re: 755-2 vs 563
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I think the 755-2 is supposed to be quite different to the original 755, but i have not tried it as yet...

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 Post subject: Re: 755-2 vs 563
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haggisv wrote:
I think the 755-2 is supposed to be quite different to the original 755, but i have not tried it as yet...


755 is a "hitting" long pips and the -2 varient is medium pips...at least according to the blurb from our friends in Tian Jin...
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 Post subject: Re: 755-2 vs 563
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All I know is the 563 is almost the same speed as the Outlaw om my blade. Very different characteristics though. :D

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 Post subject: Re: 755-2 vs 563
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I tried the 563, both varients, and found them comparatively fast to my long pips. I bulit my long pips game around slow rubber, but since the frictionless "ban" I have found myself playing more attacking shots...sigh, with the lower friction long pips. I have to admit the change engendered has not been one of my shining moments, but I am going to do my best to stick with my current set up for six months.
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 Post subject: Re: 755-2 vs 563
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755-2 is a mid pips rubber and quite different to 755. 563 is also a mid pip, but plays quite differently to 755-2. I've used 563 with 1.8 spong and I have 755-2 currently on my HK with 0.8 sponge. 755-2 is very good for hitting and has more disturbing properties than 563, but not as much as most other LP's. Control on 755-2 is fairly good, but the strokes still need to be good or it is easy enough to send the ball high and long. I lent my HK to a friend (playing low A grade) who uses dual inv one night for a hit as he didn't have a bat with him and after a few games where he was a little at sea, he was then flat hitting BH's at me from quite low and they had a lot of punch. I doubt he would have come to terms with an LP this quickly. To me 755-2 pips feel much stiffer than 563's. I think 755-2 plays closer to C7, although the control on the former is perhaps a little better even.

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 Post subject: Re: 755-2 vs 563
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RebornTTEvnglist wrote:
755-2 is a mid pips rubber and quite different to 755. 563 is also a mid pip, but plays quite differently to 755-2. I've used 563 with 1.8 spong and I have 755-2 currently on my HK with 0.8 sponge. 755-2 is very good for hitting and has more disturbing properties than 563, but not as much as most other LP's. Control on 755-2 is fairly good, but the strokes still need to be good or it is easy enough to send the ball high and long. I lent my HK to a friend (playing low A grade) who uses dual inv one night for a hit as he didn't have a bat with him and after a few games where he was a little at sea, he was then flat hitting BH's at me from quite low and they had a lot of punch. I doubt he would have come to terms with an LP this quickly. To me 755-2 pips feel much stiffer than 563's. I think 755-2 plays closer to C7, although the control on the former is perhaps a little better even.


Thanks for the information I have never played with C7 either. My only really strong efforts with medium pips were the five six three cousins and Winning NP-6 and those were several years ago.
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 Post subject: Re: 755-2 vs 563
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RebornTTEvnglist wrote:
755-2 is a mid pips rubber and quite different to 755. 563 is also a mid pip, but plays quite differently to 755-2. I've used 563 with 1.8 spong and I have 755-2 currently on my HK with 0.8 sponge. 755-2 is very good for hitting and has more disturbing properties than 563, but not as much as most other LP's. Control on 755-2 is fairly good, but the strokes still need to be good or it is easy enough to send the ball high and long. I lent my HK to a friend (playing low A grade) who uses dual inv one night for a hit as he didn't have a bat with him and after a few games where he was a little at sea, he was then flat hitting BH's at me from quite low and they had a lot of punch. I doubt he would have come to terms with an LP this quickly. To me 755-2 pips feel much stiffer than 563's. I think 755-2 plays closer to C7, although the control on the former is perhaps a little better even.


Great work Reb,

my exp with MP's are so limited, so it's great to read you impressions of these rubbers

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