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PostPosted: 27 Jan 2009, 06:40 
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I just got this rubber by Nittaku. the thing that inspired me to buy this was the package, which said: "Warning! do not apply speed glue", so i thought it might be something...

out of the package i glued it on with a thin layed of the bottled DHS no.15 glue. stuck it on and let it air for two days. In the package followed a rubber protective sheet :D, kinda nice. I glued it on my backhandside on a dhs Hurricane King.

Countering
felt nice. really soft. softer than bryce fx, sriver L, neos sound, and moristo 2000. it is not that fast, which is good.

Blocking
This is where the control pays off. Personally, ive never played a rubber that blocks this well, not even bryce. you can really use your wrist to power the ball over on blocking, like waldner does! :D

Looping
Again, splendid control. there is actually a speedglue sound and feel. just what i was hoping for. Its not as spinny as Sriver L or Moristo 2000, but more spinny than bryce. its slower than moristo 2000 and bryce, about the same as sriver L, maybe a little less power, so i guess its about the same as sriver fx. The feel is as if its applied 1 or 2 layers of speedglue. THE SPEED IS NOT, JUST THE FEEL.
Also, low throw

Conclusion
Excellent controll and feel. Power and spin could be more. if ur after more power, might wanna try the "Hard" version. Imma keep this rubber on my BH until i find something else.

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if u have questions, please, feel free to ask and imma try my best to answer them

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Why haven't you changed your signature yet? :P

What thickness did you use it in?

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RoosterDragon wrote:
Why haven't you changed your signature yet? :P

What thickness did you use it in?


Hehe
i use max, nittaku calls it "super thick" o_O

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Super thick not super think :lol: :wink:

Does it have a thicker topsheet compared with Bryce?
And what is your style? Close to table or way back?

Thanks in advance. Great review by the way :D

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RoosterDragon wrote:
Super thick not super think :lol: :wink:

Does it have a thicker topsheet compared with Bryce?
And what is your style? Close to table or way back?

Thanks in advance. Great review by the way :D


lol typo Dx
The topsheet is definitly thinner then bryce. My backhand is atm close to table opening loop. in rallys, its currently just a backup stroke when my footwork isnt there.

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Yeah nice review Jinyang, despite the pedantics of RD! :wink: :lol:

Don't think I'm ready to leave the dark side and wouldn't use this on my FH, but if I did go double invert again, I'd want a nice slow rubber on my BH like this. One to keep in the back pocket! :D

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you wrote in another forum it´s tensor made in Germany.
I don´t believe it´s ESN tensor made in Germany. I suppose that Narucross EX and Renanos Bright rubbers are made in Japan. Am I wrong??? what do you think?

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Thanks for the review!

Any idea how soft the sponge is?

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it is not marked as tensor, but its marked "made in germany".
is pretty soft, softer then bryce fx, moristo 2000, sriver L, Cj8000...
very soft actually. dont know about any rubbers that is softer really... but its not too mushy, its totally playable.

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Actually, Narucross EX is made in germany, and is a tensor. They evem have nittaku's adaptation of the tensor logo on the packaging.

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[quote="haggisv"]Thanks for the review!

Any idea how soft the sponge is?[/quote]

an u add this to the review archieve?

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It was already in the review index Jinyang, not sure if this is what you mean or the actual archive section.

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