View Full Version : Want to make sure if i chose good set-up

02-13-2013, 11:34 PM
Hello guys, i was using Nimbus/Sinus Sound With a Timo Boll Off- till now( 1 and a half year ), and its time for me to change them because i cant get any spin , they wore off completely.

So i chose
FH: Joola X-Plode
BH: DHS Hurricane 3 Neo

Racket : Andro Super Core Cell OFF

Is this set-up good, and is it safe to purchase through megaspin.net?

02-14-2013, 05:55 PM
H3 Neo isn't suitable for backhand as it is harder than Japanese and European rubbers. I don't know much about Joola rubbers but the blade you choose is good.

02-14-2013, 06:38 PM
Joola Xplode is a very soft rubber so i guess i could use it on BH and H3 Neo on FH

02-15-2013, 03:06 AM
The H3 Neo is going to feel a lot more different then the rubbers you are using right now...

02-15-2013, 06:58 AM
Have you ever played with hard tacky Chinese rubber like Hurricane? Very different from the rubbers you have been using. For some players it can take quite a while to get used to. The technique you use with hard tacky rubber is different from the technique you use with soft Euro/Japanese rubbers.

02-15-2013, 04:15 PM
I sometimes move an older sheet of H3 Neo to my BH and normal use one of the cheapest rubbers in the planet on BH wing on a TBS and get heavy spin, fast BH to BH rallies, and have the same control with either. H3 is an outstanding rubber for BH wing, even if it is a bit tacky. Changing rubbers to a different one can be a big deal and sometimes, it doesn't work as you think it will, can take some time to learn sometimes and often the rubber doesn't meet your expectations right away. It helps if you can try someone else's bat and rubber, that helps you learn a bit before you buy a different rubber. Sometimes, you strike the jackpot with a rubber change, you never know, but more often than not, a period of adjustment is needed and the player regrets the change.

Your future blade (I have an Andro Super Core OFF) is not as fast quick rebound as it is billed. It has good dwell and control. Your current blade is also fine, new rubbers you like and know will get you back in business.

02-15-2013, 10:40 PM
the blade im using atm is all chunked and destroyed, if i hit it on an edge 1 more time ill say bye bye to it , thats why i need a new blade.
now, is megaspin.net safe to buy from?

02-16-2013, 12:59 AM
I agree, when you can, it is worth getting something you have tried and liked. But, I think, if you play with something enough, you can get used to almost anything. If it is good equipment it is going to be okay in the end. :)

02-16-2013, 05:02 AM
Yes Megaspin is safe; I've ordered from them before.