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PostPosted: 23 Nov 2018, 12:27 
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Im looking for Light, high spin rubbers. Something affordable (so no tenergy)

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KTL Pro-XT "Green Dragon"
black 47.77g 163x167mm 0.177g/cm^2

Yes, that's no typo. 48 gram uncut weight. And this is for Max Sponge. It's no Tenergy, though.. :lol:

Of course, this is a sample size of one. :lol:

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PostPosted: 23 Nov 2018, 15:08 
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Yes there's a few Chinese rubbers that are certainly high spin, but you didn't specify what speed you need. Spinlord TANUKI is very spinny and light weight, made in Japan, but a lot more expensive than Chinese rubbers.

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IF, you are looking for Light, Spinny, ruber, that's also hard n fast, then check-out Palio AK-47 Red... I've already got the Yellow & Blue variants of the AK-47, and am quite please with them...

The blue is the softest, and slowest of the 3. However, it's very capable rubber ... Play kind of like the Xiom Vega Europe.. The Red variant, is supposed to be the hardest, fastest and spinny'est of the 3. The yellow sits between the Red and Blue.. However, to me, the yellow seems quite a bit faster than the blue, and a tad on the softer side.. I've not played with the Red, as yet, but I hear that it's on the lines of MX-P, but grippier..


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Xiom vega euro df
Xiom vega elite (very light),similar to T05fx ,very soft with catapult
Donic Barracuda bigslam

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Just in case, but- I’m sure you know DHS Hurricane H3 is a very light high spin rubber. ~43g cut to a 157x150mm blade.

Not to mention extremely affordable! But, I guess that’s a pretty well known fact as well.

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Vega Asia df is also very light at just over 40gm cut in 1.8mm and has a very grippy top sheet. In 1.8mm it can suit a modern defender all round game on FH.


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Just in case, but- I’m sure you know DHS Hurricane H3 is a very light high spin rubber. ~43g cut to a 157x150mm blade.

Not to mention extremely affordable! But, I guess that’s a pretty well known fact as well.



Hurricane H3 - light, and extremely affordable ...? huh ... ?

Light is certainly not one of the words typically used to describe this rubber... Spinny - yes ... affordable - maybe, depending on who you ask....

I've played with several other rubbers that are, spinnier, cheaper, and mostly certainly, a lot lighter than the H3... Infact, H3 Neo, which is medium heavy, is lighter in comparison to the H3.

Palio, LKT, and 729 (some tend to be on the heavier side), have options, that fit your requirement. I'm also using the Friendship Focus 3 Snipe, which to me seems, cheap, light, and capable of generating above-average spin..


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H3 is the densest/heaviest rubber I tried...

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 Post subject: Light, high spin rubbers
PostPosted: 02 Dec 2018, 10:17 
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Ok maybe I got the weight aspect wrong in comparison, but $18 USD a sheet isn’t affordable?

You could look at Galaxy (Yinhe/Mercury) for certainly lighter alternatives with some cheaper prices than H3 and still having tack and spin...

How about this?
https://revspin.net/rubber/galaxy-yinhe-9000d.html


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My data. Admittedly just a sample size of three.

DHS Hurricane 3 Med 2.15mm Orange Sponge 4 corners cut
black 59.72g 164.5x170.5mm 0.219 g/cm^2
red 58.34g 164x171mm 0.215 g/cm^2
red 58.32g 164x170mm 0.216 g/cm^2

This isn't heavy.

729 Batwings
red 42 deg 2.2mm 65.1g 165x164mm 0.241 g/cm^2
black 42 deg 2.2mm 63.4g 164x164mm 0.236 g/cm^2

Andro Rasant
black 2.1mm 68.9g 169x170mm 0.240g/cm^2

Andro Rasant Turbo
black 2.1mm 72.67g 170x171mm 0.250g/cm^2

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My god.those Batwings will make u Batman! Just too heavy for normal players!

Also Rasant is that heavy??? I thought rasant was a soft or mid-hard tensor!?? Why does it weigh so much??

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