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 Post subject: Yinhe Uranus Poly
PostPosted: 06 Sep 2019, 16:59 
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Blade: DER MATERIAL EXCALIBUR
FH: WARAN II 2.0
BH: WARAN I 2.0
I have tried numerous short pips,(DMS BreakOut, Waran1 y 2 , Joola Express, rakza Po, Moristo and Moristo AX, Spin Pips Red, Hammer Bomb , 802-40, Spectol Red...) and my favorite rubber so far is Waran 2 because I am a hitter on both sides.
I ordered this rubber without many expectations, when I received it I was surprised that it came vacuum packed and when it opened it smelled quite strong.

The pips are narrow and separated from each other, the surface seems slippery so I thought they would not have any spin.The sponge is soft similar to the Waran Original.Glue difficult because it curls on itself.

Well, I tried it and I was pleasantly surprised, the speed is quite good similar to Waran Original, the hit is quite low and what surprised me most does not generate much effect but you can create a lot of curve when hitting with top spin and lifting the first ball too easy . Additionally it causes the contario to send the ball to the net

Hitting, Blocking and counter is easier with Waran 2, because the sponge of the latter is harder. But this rubber has a great added advantage and is that it is not sensitive to the opposite spin. So it is fantastic to receive, lift the first ball without making just mistakes.

I liked it so much that for the moment it is going to replace my Waran 2 in the Forehand, in the BackHand I still keep Waran 2, because I use a lot of banana flick and strawberry flick and waran it generates a lot of disruptive spin on the opponent.

In my opinion a very cheap and quality rubber that is worth trying.


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 Post subject: Re: Yinhe Uranus Poly
PostPosted: 09 Sep 2019, 13:06 
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can you publish a video you playing? i also play both side with short pips. i published many if you want to see.

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 Post subject: Re: Yinhe Uranus Poly
PostPosted: 10 Sep 2019, 17:10 
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dariowai wrote:
can you publish a video you playing? i also play both side with short pips. i published many if you want to see.


Ok I will try to make a video. I have seen some of yours, I liked them, you have good technique, you have a very good back hand punch, forehand too, but I see that you fail more.
Maybe you should try to hit the ball without letting the ball bounce so much.
What rubbers are you using?

You are from Colombia? I am Spanish but I was working there about 2 years in Bogotá


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 Post subject: Re: Yinhe Uranus Poly
PostPosted: 29 Sep 2019, 15:15 
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i from argentina. right now i use in fh tuttle summer 3c and in bh friendship 802 38° sponge(mistery). becouse i did no get tuttle summer 3c in 2,2mm i will use next year friendship 802-40 40° mistery in fh.

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