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  1. fx–s

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  2. Xiom Vega Europe, Tibhar FX–S or FX–P are all...

    Xiom Vega Europe, Tibhar FX–S or FX–P are all 42,5 degree (mediums soft) rubbers and are good for learning. If you want to go softer buy Rakza 7 soft (40 degrees) for more control.
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  3. You can win a lot of points if you improve on...

    You can win a lot of points if you improve on serves, if you add new variants to your game. I used to use pendulum and backhand serves a lot (side-/underspin, topspin, empty, long and short). Over...
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  4. I have the same problems. I used to play forehand...

    I have the same problems. I used to play forehand all the time and made most of the points with 3rd or 5th ball attacks, now I cant do this anymore. I think there are a few things that can be done:...
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  5. Thanks for your reply, Thomas. Will probably try...

    Thanks for your reply, Thomas. Will probably try the Target 43 in the near future. I've seen that its available for 37 Euros in a German online shop. As for now I am very happy with T05FX as my bh...
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  6. Thomas, what sponge hardness does the Rakza X...

    Thomas, what sponge hardness does the Rakza X soft have? 40 degrees like Rakza 7 soft? And by the way, have you ever tried one of the Cornilleau Target Pro GT rubbers? I was wondering if the 43 might...
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  7. Well, good example of a good player talking...

    Well, good example of a good player talking absolute bs. He also says that HL5/W698 is harder than the Viscaria. 🤣 Innerforce blade with soft Limba top ply (HL5) vs. outer carbon blade with hard Koto...
  8. Of course he didn't say that explicitly because...

    Of course he didn't say that explicitly because that would have offended Donic (making them look like counterfeiters).

    I have no clue how the speed ratings on revspin come about. Primorac Carbon...
  9. Well, they are not worlds apart..

    Well, they are not worlds apart..
  10. Interesting comment for so many reasons... One of...

    Interesting comment for so many reasons... One of the most tenacious misconceptions about the HL5 is that it's a fast blade, but it isn't. Read here:
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  11. Don't know about Sanwei or Yinhe, but the Yasaka...

    Don't know about Sanwei or Yinhe, but the Yasaka Athletico Power and the Donic Ovtcharov No 1 Senso are HL5 clones.
  12. In the first thread you have been asked what your...

    In the first thread you have been asked what your USATT rating is and if you could post footage of yourself playing. The forum members need more information about you and your level/style of play in...
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  13. Hey Sam, did you play a little bit more with it...

    Hey Sam, did you play a little bit more with it now? I'm still very keen on hearing your thoughts on the blade. 😊
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  14. This post might answer some of your questions: ...

    This post might answer some of your questions:

    https://ttgearlab.wordpress.com/2017/02/13/three-typical-pimple-geometires-of-new-generation-tension-rubbers/
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  15. Any impressions yet?

    Any impressions yet?
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  16. Very curious of how it plays. I'm a big Darker...

    Very curious of how it plays. I'm a big Darker fan myself.I own three different blades of the 2A-series.
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  17. For righthanded players I would say clockwise...

    For righthanded players I would say clockwise into bh of opponent (with pendulum serve) or anti-clockwise into the backhand (either with bh-serve or revers pendulum). Long fast serves left, right and...
  18. Poll: Schildkröt

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  19. Nexy Etika 47.5 seems to fit nearly all your...

    Nexy Etika 47.5 seems to fit nearly all your requirements apart from the price (47 Eur). But it's is supposed to be extremely durable. Maybe worth a try.
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  20. I have played with X5-Medium and Etika 51. I...

    I have played with X5-Medium and Etika 51. I would say that they are similar in that they both don't have such a pronounced catapult effect as typical ESN rubbers. But apart from that the feeling is...
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  21. If you need a more controlled rubber than T05FX -...

    If you need a more controlled rubber than T05FX - which is already a very controlled rubber! - try Xiom Vega Europe. It has a very soft topsheet combined with a 43 degree medium soft sponge. So very...
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  22. You won't get a more thorough review than this: ...

    You won't get a more thorough review than this:

    https://blog.tabletennis11.com/Skyline-3-provincial-40-degree-blue-sponge
  23. I didn't talk about myself. I usually play H3...

    I didn't talk about myself. I usually play H3 Prov OS or Skyline 3 BS non-Neo.
  24. In oder to I remove the Neo glue (or actually any...

    In oder to I remove the Neo glue (or actually any old glue from a sponge) I normally apply 3 additional layers of cheap waterbased glue on the sponge. When these extra layers are dry everything comes...
  25. Palio CJ8000 Spin fh and bh

    Palio CJ8000 Spin fh and bh
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