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Tried this rubber last year and was not convinced.

However last few months I've grown to really like it.

Crazy speed with a softish feel on contact.

Best rubber ever for forehand flat drives - speed and control.

I'm able to flat drive lower height balls with this rubber than any other I've tried - such is the control.

Flatter you hit it - the more speed it has.

Tried it last night on the backhand. Great for punch blocks. It lifts / grips the ball ok from close to the table but not really a close to the table looping rubber.

Throw angle is pretty low. Would be a great backhand rubber for players who do not lift the ball so steep.

Away from the table it seems to spin the ball really good,especially on the side spin. Close to the table spin is much less.

Faster than Tenergy on the flat drives. On the flattish loops speed is similar.

Works best on hard blades due to its softish feel.

Found this review from another....

Awesome rubber. This is not for people looking for an answer to Tenergy, however. It has a lower throw angle, making it perfect for blocks, punches, drive loops, and power in every aspect. If you play a forehand dominated style and like to punch and block with your backhand, this is the perfect rubber. The speed is faster than Tenergy 64 although very controlled. You can generate a lot of spin on serves and counter attacking loops, but you will not get a good slow spinny loop. You have to use power to control this rubber and use it well, otherwise use a more spinny and slow rubber, like the soft version. The rubber is a lot more durable than previous Donic rubbers.


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