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PostPosted: 23 Sep 2021, 22:38 
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I'm getting bored of Jupiter overall as a rubber, I mean, along 3+ years, it has always been a FH rubber of choice. I used other Dawei products before that.

I'm currently wanting to try 729 Super FX blue sponge on black.

I have not tried a lot 729 rubbers besides 729 Super soft.

Can anyone tell me what hardness is this?
ESN/DHS scale is both ok.

I mean this oneImage

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From my treasure stock, normal 729 version measures 44* by Shore A. 729FX version should be somewhere about 40*
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As a reference point, Tenergy is marked with 36* hardness.


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Thanks Igor.

I have a tendency to buy really hard Chinese rubbers because I believe my physique is capable.

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Not sure of exact hardness. But when compared to H3Neo ("39 degree") and Kokutaku 007Pro hard version ("40 degree") the 729fx on blue sponge felt around the same hardness, if a teeny bit more towards the 40 degree Kokutaku. Regular 729fx on orange sponge felt more similar to a 38-39 degree DHS sponge.


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Given what these rubbers cost - why not just order a sheet and see if you like it? To be honest, it can be hard to tell the difference when actually playing. And even if you can feel the difference it's not difficult to adapt very quickly.

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