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 Post subject: DMS Spinfire
PostPosted: 20 Jun 2022, 11:58 
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New rubber from DMS. Any one intend to get this rubber ? Kindly share your experience and if have tried Firestorm, do give some comparison if you could. Thks.

"The development of SPINFIRE was to create a short pimple rubber with comparable properties to a pimple-in rubber while maintaining the disruption properties of a short pimple rubber with extremely high-speed values. The narrowly arranged short pimple heads and the identical rubber compound, which has been used with our top seller Firestorm allow for great rotation when serving and during offensive gameplay. A short pimple rubber's stellar shot and block capabilities are maintained in combination with very high speed and a flat ball trajectory. The control values are incredibly high for versed short pimple players, and even pimple-IN players will be able to use SPINFIRE comfortably after a short while of adjustment.

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 Post subject: Re: DMS Spinfire
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 Post subject: Re: DMS Spinfire
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Does anyone know if the pips are hard or soft?

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 Post subject: Re: DMS Spinfire
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gekogark1212 wrote:
Does anyone know if the pips are hard or soft?


Closer hard than soft. e.g. butterfly xs, joola express ultra victas 102, are slightly softer, even so enough spinning
I've been using them regularly for a week and I'm quite satisfied, although I also notice them a bit slower than the previous ones
We have a video where we have been testing them, https://youtu.be/VbAGtAFT_6E


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 Post subject: Re: DMS Spinfire
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Toño my advice for your game is: separate a little bit more the arm from the body because it's more difficult to play with the arm so close to the body, also you see a little bit tense & stiff. Thanks for the vid.

Toño es más difícil hacer topspin y jugar con el brazo tan cerca del cuerpo, si lo separas un poco tendrás mas control y te será mas fácil hacer topspin, también parece que juegas muy tenso y agarrotado. Gracias por el video.

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 Post subject: Re: DMS Spinfire
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merlin el mago wrote:
Toño my advice for your game is: separate a little bit more the arm from the body because it's more difficult to play with the arm so close to the body, also you see a little bit tense & stiff. Thanks for the vid.

Thanks for your advices ;)


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 Post subject: Re: DMS Spinfire
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Another great video thank you Tono. Your videos are excellent for club players who do more than just power loop

What thickness sponge did you have on both rubbers? Pip hardness will vary with colour e.g black softest and maybe blue and green the hardest.

Yes your FH technique looks bit stiff but your backhand attack with OX LP is awesome - needs a strong wrist.


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 Post subject: Re: DMS Spinfire
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ChasFox wrote:
What thickness sponge did you have on both rubbers? Pip hardness will vary with colour e.g black softest and maybe blue and green the hardest.

Yes your FH technique looks bit stiff but your backhand attack with OX LP is awesome - needs a strong wrist.


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Spinfire max & Curl P1 0,6.
I think the same, in black I always find them softer. On another 7p 2a df I have express ultra max mounted in red and it also feels softer than spinfire
It's hard for me to be relaxed, I'm working on it to continue improving my technique :)


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