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PostPosted: 19 Nov 2016, 02:52 
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Has anyone tried the new Donic Slice 40 CD? Looking for some feedback as I'm thinking of going of a more forehand chopping style.


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PostPosted: 19 Nov 2016, 03:59 
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No, but I am very interested in this. There is an another post about it somewhere, someone talked about it a bit.

If you try it let me know. When you eventually EJ and take it off your blade, you can donate it to me. :lol:

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My teammate is using it but on backhand of an Andro treibor off,seems tackier then the old slice 40 and he has the 1.8 version in black.He can control his chops ok but the underspin looks less than he was making with Tackiness c,his b/h attacks have improved though.I suggested he spin the bat around to try it on f/h and he said it was a bit slow for him,I am trying to get him to move over to the dark side and thought this would be better for him on f/h than the Bluefire m2 he`s using as he`s mostly classic defence with occasional attacks,sorry that`s all I can tell you I havn`t tried it myself

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PostPosted: 06 Dec 2016, 00:00 
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I'm mounting the donic slice 40 CD on my JSH blade today and testing tonight. 1.8mm in black.

I'll review here.

I'm also going to try Marder II in either 1.8 or 2.0mm at some point alongside the Slice CD. I'm interested in seeing how I fair with a more forehand chopping game. If it's not for me I will go back to the faster JPO1 Turbo on my forehand and play my usual modern defence game.


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PostPosted: 06 Dec 2016, 00:12 
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Awesome. Very interested. This is one rubber where I have no empirical reason to be interested, except that I want a spinnier-than-reflectoid control rubber that is a bit faster for FH chopping.

I have no other reason to think that this rubber will be good, but for some reason I'm drawn to it....good marketing I suppose! Hahahaha

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I've got a Donic Slice 40 CD 1.8 on my bh. (Red) its a dream come true :D .
previous i had a normal slice 1.5 on my bh and i found myself playing more defensive with it. i can attack with it but it never felt very special.
Now with the new rubber i can play defense as good but the attacking possibilities are alot better.
Close range: play spin and block very easy with more control than u ever need :D also u can give alot of underspin with it with a fast flick of the wrist what drives my opponents crazy :headbang:
Mid range: (my favorite place) iam able 2 take on every heavy spin and chop it where ever i want, receive heavy backspin even better control and very easy to spin with a high arc and lots of effect even give it enough sidespin 2 make your opponent cry :lol:
Long range: i try not 2 play from here but if i have to my slice is a good rubber to do that. flat arc chops and heavy topspin are doable but a bit harder.

Sorry for my (bad) english i tried 2 make sense but it's kinda hard :D

(if u guys want i can make a video about the Donic slice and Donic slice 40 CD. got my own robot and table at home :rock: )


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ridderz65 wrote:
I'm mounting the donic slice 40 CD on my JSH blade today and testing tonight. 1.8mm in black.

I'll review here.

I'm also going to try Marder II in either 1.8 or 2.0mm at some point alongside the Slice CD. I'm interested in seeing how I fair with a more forehand chopping game. If it's not for me I will go back to the faster JPO1 Turbo on my forehand and play my usual modern defence game.


ridderz65 did you try Slice CD and Marder II?? Can you make a comparison??


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PostPosted: 06 Mar 2019, 00:05 
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I never ended up trying the slice for very long, but I did use marder II for quite a while. The throw was very low and took me a while to get used to. Not very spinny for serves, but very good for chopping, and spin-insensitive at the table for serve return and blocks. While it was not very spinny for serves, it was pretty spinny for loops, but the arc is not very pronounced because of the low throw. It was weird, on pushes, I felt my opponents misjudged my pushes and pushed high or long. So I feel like to harness the spin, it really relies on mechanical grip and the ball must sink in.

Speed was medium, like a little faster than Mark V. Slower than a any tensor. I had trouble with looping with it on the forehand because of the low throw, but I think it's those properties that made it nice for chopping and defense.

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