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PostPosted: 27 Oct 2016, 04:33 
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Hello guys, can you advice me allround inverted rubber good for serve receive, chopping near table and blocking.


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mark v hps, vega pro, rakza 7, rakza 7 soft. So many, nittaku hammond, butterfly sriver. By allaround i'm taking you're talking bout slower rubbers than modern tensors nowadays? (all mentioned should be fine.)

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PostPosted: 27 Oct 2016, 13:24 
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Blade: Joola Rossi Emotion
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BH: Tibhar 1Q
Butterfly rubbers such as Tackiness Chop, Flextra, Saphira, Sriver. Nittaku Moristo DF

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PostPosted: 27 Oct 2016, 15:57 
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I guess it's quite hard to give a feasible answer if we lack to know more about you; used material so far including the blade, strength, expected result and budget.
Do you prefer a softer or harder rubber, do you want tensor/bounce or is the classic behaviour ok?
You could check the 729, 729fx in 1.5-1.8mm which are darn cheap and it would do well for block, chop and serve-receive. Tibhar Vario is a nice classic, quite soft (iirc), Sriver is very classic for allround but I remember it to be quite sensitive to opponents spin. More advanced and quite forgiving is the Xiom Vega series.

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PostPosted: 27 Oct 2016, 20:27 
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- my blade is stiga infinity vps
- don't want expensive rubber
- prefer medium or soft rubber
- don't want tensor rubber

My main weapon is forehand, from bh i want especially good block and nice chopping near table.


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PostPosted: 27 Oct 2016, 21:08 
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I'll put in another recommendation for Spinlord Marder again.

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PostPosted: 27 Oct 2016, 21:48 
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Marder looks very well for me, but which version will be better ?
Marder od Marder II ?
I add that from time to time i like attack with my backhand.


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zaweL89 wrote:
Marder looks very well for me, but which version will be better ?
Marder od Marder II ?
I add that from time to time i like attack with my backhand.


I'm not sure of the difference or which one I've used. Maybe II is the most popular. It's controlled, and not extremely fast, but with good technique, doubtless you can attack with it. Plenty of spin, and great accuracy (assuming decent technique, of course!)

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If I understand it correctly Marder IIs difference to Marder is a slightly harder, japanese sponge, making it a tad faster/more attack-oriented.

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Blade: Andro Ligna OFF+
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Try using the andro shifter powersponge especially the 90 degrees assembling. I just changed from rozena to that its a lot faster and better control.


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Blade: DHS PG7
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Cheaper rubber try Palio ak red for backhand.I use it for forehand also with DHS PG7 blade

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