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PostPosted: 18 Sep 2020, 06:01 
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Hello I only play outdoors in my garden so the rubbers will get dirty dusty all the time...I'm a beginner and only play for fun with my friends I will never play at a club or compete...

Could you please recommend me the most durable rubbers to use? I don't care about anything else except durability so It can be any type Japanese European Chinese ....and high control for all around play...


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PostPosted: 18 Sep 2020, 08:04 
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Get one of these Tacteo series bats


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PostPosted: 18 Sep 2020, 08:36 
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TTbuddy wrote:
Get one of these Tacteo series bats


I was actually looking at those thanks! As I think normal rubber will just get ruined in a couple of days...


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PostPosted: 18 Sep 2020, 10:34 
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They play well, are as tough as nails, not to mention durable to suit your purpose :)


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PostPosted: 19 Sep 2020, 05:03 
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IMO short pips rubber suffer less from outdoor sand abrasive damage.


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MBD wrote:
Hello I only play outdoors in my garden so the rubbers will get dirty dusty all the time...I'm a beginner and only play for fun with my friends I will never play at a club or compete...

Could you please recommend me the most durable rubbers to use? I don't care about anything else except durability so It can be any type Japanese European Chinese ....and high control for all around play...


How serious are you about table tennis? Are you interested in being able to play well, learning the proper strokes, etc.? If you're serious about it, just keep the bat clean, it doesn't matter whether you play indoors or out. It's not difficult to keep the bat clean. The stuff suggested earlier is OK for REALLY casual play, but it doesn't play the same as serious equipment. Serious equipment doesn't have to cost much, by the way, but you do have to take care of it.

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PostPosted: 20 Sep 2020, 00:51 
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iskandar taib wrote:
MBD wrote:
Hello I only play outdoors in my garden so the rubbers will get dirty dusty all the time...I'm a beginner and only play for fun with my friends I will never play at a club or compete...

Could you please recommend me the most durable rubbers to use? I don't care about anything else except durability so It can be any type Japanese European Chinese ....and high control for all around play...


How serious are you about table tennis? Are you interested in being able to play well, learning the proper strokes, etc.? If you're serious about it, just keep the bat clean, it doesn't matter whether you play indoors or out. It's not difficult to keep the bat clean. The stuff suggested earlier is OK for REALLY casual play, but it doesn't play the same as serious equipment. Serious equipment doesn't have to cost much, by the way, but you do have to take care of it.

Iskandar


I want to play well and try and play 10 hours or so a week...


https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4001186948615.html

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I ordered this for me and my friend to play with...hope it's ok...very cheap/afforadble...


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PostPosted: 20 Sep 2020, 02:21 
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Great alternate choice but certainly not as durable for outdoor use as the Tacteo series bats. It is legal also should you ever want to use it in a regular playing indoor facility. Whatever - Enjoy! :)


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The M8 is excellent, actually. The rubbers are, too.

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If you are playing outside (not under rain or snow :P ) then you don't need a "durable" rubber or a "special" (plastic) blade. All you have to do is to have a towel and wipe clean the ball from dust etc when it falls down in the yard. Make sure that you also clean the table from dirt before playing. This way your bat will always be clean so the rubbers will last long. As I remember the Yasaka MarkV might be the most durable rubbers out there.

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tzifos wrote:
If you are playing outside (not under rain or snow :P ) then you don't need a "durable" rubber or a "special" (plastic) blade. All you have to do is to have a towel and wipe clean the ball from dust etc when it falls down in the yard. Make sure that you also clean the table from dirt before playing. This way your bat will always be clean so the rubbers will last long. As I remember the Yasaka MarkV might be the most durable rubbers out there.


I was looking at the MarkV, Yasaka do a premade MarkV https://www.tabletennis11.com/other_eng ... ket-mark-v ......maybe I'll get that in the future once the current ones wear out...


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TTbuddy wrote:
Great alternate choice but certainly not as durable for outdoor use as the Tacteo series bats. It is legal also should you ever want to use it in a regular playing indoor facility. Whatever - Enjoy! :)

Tacteo blade is definitely illegal for tournament use and is very different to any kind of legal rubber. It is very deceptive but different to LPs or Anti. I suggest to never touch such beast.


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Tacteo suggested purely on:
(1) Seeking most durable rubber/bat for outdoor use and
(2) Only play for fun with friends, will never play at a club or compete
BIG smile :)


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