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PostPosted: 26 May 2019, 06:31 
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Review of the ELITE LONG by GeblockTT:

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PostPosted: 26 May 2019, 12:34 
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Blade: Nittaku Shake Defense
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VĂ­deo 9.9/10

Missed using NDS :rofl:

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PostPosted: 27 May 2019, 07:35 
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Another great long pips video. Thanks Croudy. :up:


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are the pips hard or soft?

how does it compare to Kamikaze?

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PostPosted: 13 Jun 2019, 09:55 
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Today my rubbers have arrived (Troublemaker ox and Elite Long ox), I just stick the rubbers, maybe tomorrow I'll play.

About a glue (I hate glue ox pips):

Elite Long:
- I loved it, very easy.
- It comes with a plastic sheet on the pips that makes gluing much easier.

Troublemaker
- I hated my first contact.
- It already comes with a glue sheet, and instructs you to glue the blade(and the sheet), but I just passed the wood.
- At the time of applying the rubber became crooked and when I took out the glue sheet was impregnated with the glue of the wood. :envy:
- I put glue back on the wood and before drying I applied the rubber, it will make it look good.
- I should have glued without using glue, I think it would be easier to correct the mistake.

Update:
I removed the glue sheet and today I glue it again using my glue sheet. I'll try to be more careful.

Sorry for my poor English, feel free to correct me.

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PostPosted: 25 Jun 2019, 03:30 
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I just purchased and mounted a sheet of der-materialspezialist ELITE LONG OX red. Very unusual LP. The back is matte and completely non-tacky while the front comes out of the package with an inverted-like plastic protector sheet lightly stuck to the tips of the smooth pips. This is the first LP I've ever encountered that has such a protective sheet on its hitting surface. It may be to make gluing easier, or it may be to keep the pip tips fresh until install, I cannot say for sure. It did seem to make the sheet more ridged so I ended up leaving it on until after I had applied and cut the LP to my blade. I attached it with a Donic glue sheet; a process that was uneventful.

I haven't had a chance to play with this LP yet but it looks to have a lot of potential based on the properties of the rubber itself, i.e. very stretchy, very strong, stiff, and sticky. The pips are horizontally aligned, smooth tipped, cylindrical, and widely spaced. My next visit to the TT club is Thursday evening so follow this thread for my upcoming review.


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