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PostPosted: 16 Nov 2011, 03:40 
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I received today the last Shark II of a special bash Haïfu made upon my request at the beginning of 2011. Some players in France who liked the Shark II yellow sponge in 2mm wanted the same feel but a tad slower.
I talked about a 1.8mm version with Jim from TTNPP and got 27 rubbers made "especially" for us frenchmen... :D

I ordered the last piece in stock last monday; received it today together with some Dianchi booster and WSB. As usual, great service from Jim.
This one has a 34° sponge.

Here are a few pictures of the rubber :
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I will try it this evening (with Haïfu Octopus Ox on the BH) and will come back to this section later on tonite to tell you more about it.

Cheers,
Ma'man

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PostPosted: 16 Nov 2011, 12:57 
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Yummy.

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Well?? ;)

(I'm trying to figure out what Shark, Shark II and Shark III, as well as Whale, Whale II and Whale III are for..)

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iskandar taib wrote:
Well?? ;)

(I'm trying to figure out what Shark, Shark II and Shark III, as well as Whale, Whale II and Whale III are for..)

Iskandar


They are for putting on a blade and playing table tennis. I'm referring to the traditional use, of course. You could also use them as jar openers for those stubborn lids.

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(I'm trying to figure out what Shark, Shark II and Shark III, as well as Whale, Whale II and Whale III are for..)

Prophylaxis?
Playing in extremely humid conditions, like almost underwater?

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Very helpful, thanks! :lol:

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