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 Post subject: Chinese anti
PostPosted: 02 Feb 2016, 13:45 
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Didn't think there was one, until I came across this:

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Sort of tempted to get a sheet...

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 Post subject: Re: Chinese anti
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Apparently its fairly grippy as far as anti goes so it might not be a true reflection of what other antis are like.

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 Post subject: Re: Chinese anti
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It does come in several thicknesses of sponge. How thick of a sponge is usually used for a blocking game?

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I tried it many years ago and found it to be hard to control then. My skill generally is a lot higher these days so perhaps I'd find it different now. I can't say I love anti of the few I've tried though (eg. Bty SA, YAP). If I could find the sheet of 804 I have I should give it another try. Mine was red with pretty thick sponge I think (maybe 2.0mm).

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 Post subject: Re: Chinese anti
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There are other chinese antis also. Giant Dragon has a few really slow with different grip.

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I actually had a 1 minute hit with it (804) a couple of weeks ago since a clubmate bought it for his BH. Out of the box it grips and spins almost like an inverted but it's a lot more hard and dead. It's nowhere near the same type of rubber as Der-Materialspezialists antis.

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After a year or two, half of it is really slippery and the other half is grippy. I think the sweat from my finger got into it!
Not particularly durable for an anti! It has quite a high throw for an anti, too.

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After a year or two, half of it is really slippery and the other half is grippy. I think the sweat from my finger got into it!
Not particularly durable for an anti! It has quite a high throw for an anti, too.


I suppose you could serve with it, and the spin would depend on which half you used... :lol:

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Musicfreak0 wrote:
After a year or two, half of it is really slippery and the other half is grippy. I think the sweat from my finger got into it!
Not particularly durable for an anti! It has quite a high throw for an anti, too.


I suppose you could serve with it, and the spin would depend on which half you used... :lol:

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I used to, it worked quite well, actually! :lol:

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A friend of mine uses it on his backhand, he uses a custom sponge from Cole in about 1.8 to 2.0 mm. He used to use the butter sponge Cole sold, but I think he has One of the Air sponges under his current sheet. Plays pretty much like it is inverted on his backhand. He seems to be able to counter just about anything that comes over the net to his backhand.

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