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 Post subject: Sanwei T88 Ultra Spin
PostPosted: 24 Nov 2020, 21:09 
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Hello, my question today is: any people have played with this or see anyone using? I no see many reviews on internet. Can this peoples explain more about this rubber?

And how about this rubber feel in comparision with Sanwei T88-III and Mercury II, especially on durability and tacky.


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Um, go buy one and tell us. :lol: These aren't exactly super popular rubbers after all.

More to the point - buy all three of these rubbers, try them back to back on the same blade, and tell us if you can even tell the difference. They're not terribly expensive after all - you can get all three for way under USD30.

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Blade: DHS W320 cPen
FH: DHS Neo Hurricane 3
BH: TSP Ventus Soft
I have some Mercury 2 and Sanwei Utra Spin. Mercury 2 has already been tested in 2019 and even recently, because I had it on my first setup and this year I bought 3 sheets (one sold, after playing it for fun). Good rubber.

The Sanwei Ultra Spin is still packaged but it looks and seems a completely different rubber, something like tensor ESN rubber. The sponge is red/orange and porous but still hard, something like Tenergy and the topsheet is slightly tacky but grippy.

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