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PostPosted: 30 Nov 2019, 03:16 
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I am playing with Yinhe 437, 537 and Y13. I am finding a couple rubber for BH and FH under 10$ each rubber but enough good, my style is allround attack all FH and BH from close to mid range. I have played with Yinhe Mars 2, 9000e, earth II, tornado v5. I have found a lot of differnt rubbers that have better review, for example: FH: Palio: HK 1997 Gold; hadou 40+; 729 : 08es , bloom; Yinhe: jupiter II, big dipper, loki 3 pro... for BH: palio: cj 8000 , ak47; reactor ckylin.... So can you give me some advices. Tks :D


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To be honest, you'll find very little difference between most of these.. :lol: I didn't. Though if you want a recommendation, give Bloom (Spin?) a try. Not because it plays any better than anything else I've tried, but because the tack seems to be permanent (I've been playing with it for about 2 months now and it's as tacky as when it came out of the package - most rubbers lose their tack fairly quickly, I suspect it's because the tack is actually a layer of adhesive on top of the topsheet). Maybe Bloom is one of those mythical Igorian rubbers with the extra layer on the top of the topsheet.. :lol:

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iskandar taib wrote:
To be honest, you'll find very little difference between most of these.. :lol: I didn't. Though if you want a recommendation, give Bloom (Spin?) a try. Not because it plays any better than anything else I've tried, but because the tack seems to be permanent (I've been playing with it for about 2 months now and it's as tacky as when it came out of the package - most rubbers lose their tack fairly quickly, I suspect it's because the tack is actually a layer of adhesive on top of the topsheet). Maybe Bloom is one of those mythical Igorian rubbers with the extra layer on the top of the topsheet.. :lol:

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Tks, maybe what you say is right, cheap rubbers usually made by china, they have a tacky topsheet and i also see that they lose their tack fairly quickly....but all of rubber i mention have very little difference? :(((


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I'll admit I haven't tried ALL of the rubbers you've mentioned, but I've tried a large number of them. And yes, there are minor differences but they don't make any difference in the end. Until you try Ckylin, of course.. :lol:

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Blade: Kokutaku Bishu No.1 D40
FH: 729FX (Blue Package)
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