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 Post subject: Yasaka V Stage
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Can anyone compare this rubber in speed and spin to Mendo MP, Hammond, Bryce, etc. ? Thanks!


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 Post subject: Re: Yasaka V Stage
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RBTT wrote:
Can anyone compare this rubber in speed and spin to Mendo MP, Hammond, Bryce, etc. ? Thanks!


Hope Haggis doesn't mind me saying this but there's lots of threads dedictaed to comparing V-Stage to the other rubbers you mention over at Denis' Table Tennis World. You'd learn a lot by searching V-Stage.

Its about the only rubber in the world that guarantees the same hardness of sponge (43 degrees) 99% of the time, hence the hefty price.


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it's sort of crap without glue.

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it's sort of crap without glue.


LOL, nothing like a brief summary from Silver :lol: :lol: :lol:

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haggisv wrote:
Silver wrote:
it's sort of crap without glue.


LOL, nothing like a brief summary from Silver :lol: :lol: :lol:


Yeah, short and straight to the point. There is no buying this rubber for me, that is for sure :P

RBTT...hmmm...your name sound very familiar. It is at the tip of my brain.... :?:

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I'm curious which rubbers without glue you think is not crap. I mean some people think bryce is crap without glue too.

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hmmm good question...

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Hello,

I am new to the forum I use the V-Stage (2mm) on my backhand on my Yasaka Extra cpen for rpb. I used to use Mark V-XS and wanted rubber with more power futher back. I also use 999N/Pryde on my forehand.

For me V-Stage has excellent speed and control provided I swing the racket with a lot of wrist. It has a lot of power from mid distance and great for active countering.

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