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8) Is it 388D or 388D-1 ?

388D-1 should be pretty similar, 388D should be much softer pips from what I hear.

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Well i thought the 388D-1 and saviga were pretty similar, and both have quite soft pips already. So I can't imagine the 388D to have much softer pips...

I suspect it's very similar to 388D-1 but just with smooth tips, and perhaps a deader sponge...

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Thank you Speedplay!

Yes I found all the Dawei pips to be quite similar. They come up with so many versions so quickly, makes me wonder if the label is the only difference (388d-1 vs Saviga V) :twisted: I'm getting a little reluctant to try new Dawei LP rubbers, since if I like them they may not make them anymore next time I order...

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I havnt tried the -1 and saviga V but Ive tried the 388D in 1.0mm and it was terrible to me. Its really more of an attacking/close to the table long pip. For chopping its hard to control and chops tend to float long without much backspin.

As an attacking LP its supreme, blocks and counterhits confused the bejesus out of my opponents. Chopping just left me as a sitting duck waiting to get shot.

I had the 1.0mm Asia Pro Edition from presports. The quality is much better then the regular one and the sponge is slightly softer.


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omg speedplay, he's clearly missing out the spacebar..


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haggisv wrote:
They come up with so many versions so quickly, makes me wonder if the label is the only difference (388d-1 vs Saviga V) :twisted: I'm getting a little reluctant to try new Dawei LP rubbers, since if I like them they may not make them anymore next time I order...


How about this? lol

http://www.daweisports.com/chanpin1/main.asp?id=135


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Ye that's the one I have tried, but I hear there's a new version of this 388d-1, which has a different cover.

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I've been playing with this rubber for a good 3 or 4 months and its spin reversal and the fact that it's relatively easy to control. I've heard that it's similar to the FLII. If I was to switch, would there be any major differences? Would I just be losing a bit of control for more spin reversal? Thanks

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i think you would have better control on the feint long 2 and it would be a little slower. I had trouble using this pip as it was too fast to chop with so instead of buying a new one i just treated it. The pips dont move now and its alot slower. Nothing like it i can compare it too but perhaps sb on steroids.
I would recommend getting the p1-r as its a better pip to the feint long 2 and the same price

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I was considering using it but I've read that if you're having even a slightly off day that it's unforgiving and I seem to have many of those. I also heard that the P1-R doesn't feel anything like the 388D or FLII.

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