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PostPosted: 23 Dec 2017, 08:46 
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Hi all,

I am looking to test these rubbers as I like the sound of them. I have looked for reviews and experiences but not found a great deal so far, so I thought I would ask here.

For background I play with a 5ply all-round blade (896), have had my best success with aurus sound and I have a UK rating of 1500 although players in my league have low points, so making progress is hard going even at 80% wins this season. I would describe myself as an advanced beginner ;)

Many thanks in advance.


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I'd expect both these rubbers have a lot harder feel than Aurus sound. They are both tacky rubbers I think whereas Aurus might be non-tacky.

Why are you looking to change, speed, cost??

Your bat would be rated around OFF- compared to Euro bats which should be fast enough for your level and did be paid with any of them.

If looking for something more euro but cheaper and maybe a bit slower, consider Mars II.

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I tried a tacky rubber when I first started and I realised I wasn't ready for it which is why I went to a softer euro style rubber.
As I am now ready to step up a division I wanted to give it another go. I think my technique might be ready or at least better anyway.

The Saturn pro that i would look to order is a mid hardness rubber and only slightly tacky, so I figured that this would be a smaller step towards tacky, I don't think I am ready for the likes of h3 just yet.

Off - would also be where I wanted to head at this stage too, not too much of a jump, but progress non the less :)

Cost isn't the main factor as I only change 1 or 2 times a season,but it certainly helps.


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