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PostPosted: 05 Mar 2015, 03:08 
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The OX version is more dangerous close to table, more disturbing effects and spin reversal. With sponge the Superwall plays like a mid long pimples rubber with better posibilities to play like with short pips. For the long defense the spong will be better when defending hard attacks. I often buy with spong and after testing I remove the sponge and play the sheet in OX.

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Hi Martin,

Have you tried the Spinlord Agenda and can you compare with this Superwall?

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Sorry Capoblanco, I didn't try the Spinlord Agenda :(

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Yesterday I tried Superwall (SW), comparing it with Agenda (AGD) I'm currently using.
SW is faster and more sensible to incoming spin. It make it more difficult to keep blocks on the table and more difficult to push back balls with backspin. It could be that SW should be better if you find AGD to slow or if you want more speed to play chops far from the table.
But, in my opinion, AGD is clearly better for all-round play and for block play near the table.

And if you want faster than AGD for block near the table, but with less control, Dornenglanz is clearly better than SW.

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Hi guys,

Just did a brief review on Der-MaterialSpezialist SuperWall OX with some real-games highlights demonstrating its capabilities. Hopefully, it helps understand a bit more of SuperWall OX capabilities. It is a pretty good LP. More consistent and easier to play than DTecs OX.



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Always enjoy watching your long pips play. So thanks for sharing Stephen. You are the Superwall - not the pips ! :rock:


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Hi TTBuddy,

Thanks for your appreciation and enjoyment of watching my video. To be honest, the Der-MaterialSpezialist SuperWall OX is a pretty good rubber. I reckon I chop much better and more consistent using it than DTecs OX. Will keep you posted by testing it more thoroughly!

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