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The Bryce sponge isn't hard, it's the topsheet that's hard.

Also, mind you, the Skyline 2 he gets is probably nothing like the Skyline 2 we get.


He used to play a red Globe 999 (slow rubber) on a Yasaka Extra (slow blade), and even when you glue the 999 up heavily the combo will be very slow. And Ma Lin is known for very fast FH-topspins. So it is still abit of a mystery for me how he could manage to make the ball that fast with this combo ....


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Simply put, he's better than you.

The "999 National Ma Lin edition" (red stuff. the black is actually called Kong linghui edition IIRC) isn't that slow. Granted, it's not Bryce or anything, but it's not as dead as you're making it out to me either.

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That seems to be the case with several other Nat team rubbers. Red Tornado is considerably faster (and less tacky, also like the red Globe), while the black is just like a regular Chinese rubber, but much faster than average, and the same for Skitt Redstorm from what I recall LawOCG saying a while back.

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Yeah, I have the feeling that national chinese rubbers are much more euro, especially when heavily speed glued.


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Do they offer blade sealing on presports? I've only ordered rubbers. And I want to buy a Korbel SK7 sealed so badly... Great prices, rubber shipped fast btw :up:

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Yes they offer blade sealing if you ask them but not sure if it is free.

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Their free gluing service is decent, but not of excellent quality though (From what i know they use Andro water based glue). I bought a blade + rubbers from them and there seem to be a few glue stains on the handle here and there, but no major damage. If you are fussy over the appearance on your blade, I recommend that you DIY.

Aside from that, they provide very good, prompt service. I ordered stuff from them and there's no hiccup from start to end process.

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To be fair to presport, they provide good sealing service. I bought two blades from them and they sealed for me, FOC.

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Even free blade sealing? Another good point to buyng from presports.

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