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 Post subject: Re: 50-60 degree sponge?
PostPosted: 15 Nov 2012, 06:47 
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 Post subject: Re: 50-60 degree sponge?
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i really like hard sponge since it makes consistent shot and high spin..can anybody suggest a sponge that is hard and have effect like so called butterfly spring sponge..i would like to combined it with globe 999 topsheet.

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 Post subject: Re: 50-60 degree sponge?
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I paid 3 times as much, once, for a Japanese sponge that appeared to be very high quality and was packaged very nicely. I don't remember it playing any better than less expensive Chinese sponges though. This Komann sponge looks just like a lot of other Chinese sponges I have bought before, except for the density. It's not my sponge of choice. As a card carrying E.J., I'm required to try a lot of different stuff. :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: 50-60 degree sponge?
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For $19.95, I can get you an official EJ card. + shipping of coarse,,,, :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: 50-60 degree sponge?
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For $19.95, I can get you an official EJ card. + shipping of coarse,,,, :lol:


I can get you a fake one for $5., but the shipping will be about three weeks:)

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 Post subject: Re: 50-60 degree sponge?
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Eacheng.net sells an Avalox 48-52* sponge for $12 that I've tried briefly (no, it wasn't like Tenergy). I don't think you'll find *any* stand-alone sponge that's like Tenergy's Spring sponge; such sponges are only sold with the topsheet attached, at least for now.


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 Post subject: Re: 50-60 degree sponge?
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Eacheng.net sells an Avalox 48-52* sponge for $12 that I've tried briefly (no, it wasn't like Tenergy). I don't think you'll find *any* stand-alone sponge that's like Tenergy's Spring sponge; such sponges are only sold with the topsheet attached, at least for now.


How does it plays..what topsheet did you used.

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is like 3 years old topic, but anything new to add for a sponge in that hardness??

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Rakza Z Extra Hard is 52-57deg hardness, and Rakza Z regular is 47-52deg.

Rakza Z is already too hard for me after using it a few months though other folks with better technique might prefer it.


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