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PostPosted: 10 Sep 2021, 19:05 
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I intend to change from Phantom 007, which i've been using for the last 10 years or more, to some other long-pimpled rubbers.

I'm looking for a long-pimpled having very good spin-reversal(anti-spin effect), very good deception(wobbling of ball and unpredictability effect) and also very good speed (as i use it to attack as well as to defend).

Can anyone suggest the long-pimpled rubber which has all three of the above qualities?


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CarmeloLabadie wrote:
I intend to change from Phantom 007, which i've been using for the last 10 years or more, to some other long-pimpled rubbers.

I'm looking for a long-pimpled having very good spin-reversal(anti-spin effect), very good deception(wobbling of ball and unpredictability effect) and also very good speed (as i use it to attack as well as to defend).

Can anyone suggest the long-pimpled rubber which has all three of the above qualities?


Tibhar Grass D.Tecs ...


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PostPosted: 10 Sep 2021, 21:11 
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Tibhar Grass D.Tecs ...

Yep, my thoughts exactly! :up:

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PostPosted: 10 Sep 2021, 22:22 
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I'll add a +1 to Dtecs :up:

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Make it four votes for D.Tecs

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If not Grass DTecs then, XIOM Vega LPO


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Sauer& Troeger was found using foamed plastic as base underlayer, not easy to dismantle from blade.
We gonna to look into the case, spare the rod and spoil the child. you must know.


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Sauer& Troeger was found using foamed plastic as base underlayer, not easy to dismantle from blade.
We gonna to look into the case, spare the rod and spoil the child. you must know.


Once again, pretty much an unrelated post ..


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PostPosted: 11 Sep 2021, 21:26 
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In my opinion the new D.techs is overhyped- I do not mean it does not work well .The true old D.techs is the one.I wonder which one Miss Bartra is using .

DG works very well with this plastic ball and it does make opponents make much more mistakes if you compare it for example with Dawei 388d / 388d-1 / BT ,.....

Maybe Leviathan is better than DG , especially durabilitywise .Spinlord makes great products at affordable prices.The problem with Leviathan is also the fact that you need to invest more money on a red inverted rubber as it is only sold in black.


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Hey friend,

SpinLord Leviathan in red and more durable: Could work from November 2021.


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Tibhar Grass D.Tecs ...
:up: I also agree, it's a great LP in OX :clap:

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Gollum wrote:
Tibhar Grass D.Tecs ...
:up: I also agree, it's a great LP in OX :clap:

I do not really understand how you all, Dtechs players, can control this LP in an off blade.Yes, lots of years and training but it is really difficult to find an off blade that can control the speed of D.Techs .

Perhpaps you can all share the technique or maybe you step back to block etc ,....


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ootbs wrote:
igorponger wrote:
Sauer& Troeger was found using foamed plastic as base underlayer, not easy to dismantle from blade.
We gonna to look into the case, spare the rod and spoil the child. you must know.


Once again, pretty much an unrelated post ..


Not only is it off-topic, but also, as usual, it's incoherent. What exactly does "We gonna to look into the case, spare the rod and spoil the child. you must know" mean in this context?

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charmander defender wrote:
Gollum wrote:
Tibhar Grass D.Tecs ...
:up: I also agree, it's a great LP in OX :clap:

I do not really understand how you all, Dtechs players, can control this LP in an off blade.Yes, lots of years and training but it is really difficult to find an off blade that can control the speed of D.Techs .

Perhpaps you can all share the technique or maybe you step back to block etc ,....


Just to clarify one thing: most people do not use D.Tecs on an offensive blade. Some use it on one of Achim Rendler's Re-Impact asymmetrical blades that have a slower backhand, and if your comment is with respect to those who have the TSP Trinity Carbon blade in their signatures, despite what it says about that blade in the manufacturer's description (being an Off+ blade), I know from having tried it that it's a very moderate-paced blade and not at all Off+.

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