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PostPosted: 02 Jul 2022, 18:25 
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Yesterday I got to use this rubber a little more. I have a green sheet in 1.5 mm and my friend Marcus has a black (all-version) in 1.0.
This is a very interesting rubber, both top sheet and sponge. The top sheet feels rather frictionless, like a Störkraft ig gripo, but with a very different feel to the material. Störkraft is thin and hard, this is more like a normal rubber that has no friction at all (glossy). And the sponge is not a normal dampening sponge. When you bounce the ball on the bat it behaves like a normal rubber. It reminds me of Neubauers Power Attack, but this is more easy to block with I think (many years since I used Power Attack). And I think that the speed is about the same with the two different thicknesses I tried. If anything, the 1.5 mm is faster than 1.0. But arc is lower on 1.0, and spin reversal is a little better. With that it should be more easy to attack with 1.5 mm but I need to investigate that further.

Here is a short clip where I used the 1.5 mm version on Stiga Clipper Classic, then on Stiga Carbonado 90 and last on Palio TCT. We made more videos with Marcus where he used the black 1.0 version on his Palio TCT, that will appear later.

How does it behave in pushing rallys?

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It is very good for attacking back spin with a normal stroke, like with a medium pip or so. And it works to push aggressive against back spin as well (I did that one time in the clip). But I think Störkraft is better for pushing hard against back spin. With this you should lift and attack, also against no spin.

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PostPosted: 12 Jul 2022, 18:24 
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Here is a video with some strokes and drills showing what you can do with Sabotage if you are as gifted player as Marcus:
https://youtu.be/JfMqT9XYV4I

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^throw angle seems very low?
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Is it slower than SUPER GLANTI ATTACK?


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PostPosted: 13 Jul 2022, 02:24 
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peterpong wrote:
^throw angle seems very low?
not a bad thing.
Yes it is, but it is very blade dependent. TCT has an extremely low throw angle in this kind of block.

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Is it slower than SUPER GLANTI ATTACK?
About the same. But Sabotage is easier to attack with. The green sponge is more like an ordinary offensive sponge while the SG Attack has a sponge that still absorbs the ball a little. SG attack is still fast but the sponge has another feeling.

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Def-attack wrote:
Here is a video with some strokes and drills showing what you can do with Sabotage if you are as gifted player as Marcus:
https://youtu.be/JfMqT9XYV4I



Hi Def-Attack,

Does sabotage all/off have more or less grip then D'tecs ox?

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PostPosted: 13 Jul 2022, 21:28 
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Rob M wrote:
Def-attack wrote:
Here is a video with some strokes and drills showing what you can do with Sabotage if you are as gifted player as Marcus:
https://youtu.be/JfMqT9XYV4I



Hi Def-Attack,

Does sabotage all/off have more or less grip then D'tecs ox?

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It has less grip than DTecs ox

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