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PostPosted: 24 Feb 2017, 17:32 
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Hi guys,

Can anyone tell me what the difference in playing characteristics would be between Butterfly Super Anti with 1.5mm sponge and 1.9mm sponge?

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i have 1.5 & 1.9.
i have only tried them briefly as im currently playing with juic neo anti in 2mm.
the 1.9mm is a lot faster than the 1.5.
i was reading the other day that the butterfly anti is more of a close to the table blocking anti and not the best for chopping.
i was looking at your blog and your match and i think that the juic neo anti or yasaka anti power anti would be more suited to your game.i play close to the table and also chop away from the table.

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peterpong wrote:
i have 1.5 & 1.9.
i have only tried them briefly as im currently playing with juic neo anti in 2mm.
the 1.9mm is a lot faster than the 1.5.
i was reading the other day that the butterfly anti is more of a close to the table blocking anti and not the best for chopping.
i was looking at your blog and your match and i think that the juic neo anti or yasaka anti power anti would be more suited to your game.i play close to the table and also chop away from the table.

Have the (may be) 1.9 mm,

Useless for chopping, it just so damp that the ball refuse to bounce back, and the opponent say thanks. :o

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I have just sold my 1.9mm in black.it was the new version.i found it faster than neo anti.i didnt like the way it played on the blocks and it chopped badly.the old version is supposed to be good though.i also found a thread where a guy stated that sa was faster than yasaka antipower.i dont think its that fast though.if you are looking for a slow anti to absorb power the new sa is pretty poor.
i was using a grubba pro which is an all minus blade.


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peterpong wrote:
i have 1.5 & 1.9.
i have only tried them briefly as im currently playing with juic neo anti in 2mm.
the 1.9mm is a lot faster than the 1.5.
i was reading the other day that the butterfly anti is more of a close to the table blocking anti and not the best for chopping.
i was looking at your blog and your match and i think that the juic neo anti or yasaka anti power anti would be more suited to your game.i play close to the table and also chop away from the table.


I am now using Ilius B long pips and I want to try super anti. But the problem is I've read contradictory opinions about its sponge thickness. Some say 1.5 is slower and some say it's faster!
Any further opinion?
Cheers guys!

*** Update: I asked the company itself and they told me that 1.5 is slower - as mentioned in this post.


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Its worth trying all of the traditional antis mate.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Just check e bay out as people sell second hand.if you dont like the anti you can re sell on e bay so you dont waste much.
i would try
butterfly super anti
juic neo
yasaka anti power
best anti
i use best anti in 2mm and its good for chopping.


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*** Update: I asked the company itself and they told me that 1.5 is slower - as mentioned in this post.

I've not used this rubber, but I thought it has a dampening-type sponge, which usually makes the thicker version slower.

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haggisv wrote:
Tohid wrote:
*** Update: I asked the company itself and they told me that 1.5 is slower - as mentioned in this post.

I've not used this rubber, but I thought it has a dampening-type sponge, which usually makes the thicker version slower.

i checked my post and its unusual for me to say that the 1.5 is slower as thicker antis tend to be slow.ages since ive used it now
i may have been comparing the thick bsa to a very old dead sheet of 15-bsa was very slow years ago


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peterpong wrote:
haggisv wrote:
Tohid wrote:
*** Update: I asked the company itself and they told me that 1.5 is slower - as mentioned in this post.

I've not used this rubber, but I thought it has a dampening-type sponge, which usually makes the thicker version slower.

i checked my post and its unusual for me to say that the 1.5 is slower as thicker antis tend to be slow.ages since ive used it now
i may have been comparing the thick bsa to a very old dead sheet of 15-bsa was very slow years ago


I was surprised that they told me that 1.5 is slower. So, would you say that 1.9 is the slower one?


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I've played with the older version 2.0, the newer version 1.9 (which is grippier and I didn't like it), as well as an older version 2.2. I cannot say that the 2.2 is slower than the 2.0, which may be due to the fact that it feels grippier (due to the thicker sponge?) when trying to block the incoming topspin / drives, hence my perception is that the thinner sponge is "slower", or easier to control.
I know in the case of glanti, thicker sponge = slower, but the SuperAnti in that sense is more like a traditional rubber, in my opinion.

P.S. I've played with SuperAnti since probably 1994.. Mostly impart deceptive topspins and block (not chop-block), with occasional chops when pushed away from the table. Cheers~


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