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  1. I played a bit with it a couple of days ago, and...

    I played a bit with it a couple of days ago, and it feels more like Big Dipper 2, but a bit faster. It's not giving that good effect in brush looping as H3 or Battle Max Pro does.
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  2. The short time I tried it, I feel that the J3...

    The short time I tried it, I feel that the J3 40deg is faster and harder than the LAC. LAC is softer, more like a H3N 39deg, but with a boosted feeling. The J3 40deg feels more like a boosted H3...
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  3. Yes. Don't we all :) I think that these two...

    Yes. Don't we all :)
    I think that these two rubbers (BD & BD2) are quite different anyway. But the BD2 I've only tried in 41deg on my forehand. It was quite good, but not as engaging as the H3,...
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  4. Hi. I might have had the same problem with R42. I...

    Hi. I might have had the same problem with R42. I know that the R42 sponge is quite brittle and large pored, so I understand your situation when removing the glue. What viscosity did you use? Normal,...
  5. Just tried the J3 40deg on my Yinhe V14 Pro. I...

    Just tried the J3 40deg on my Yinhe V14 Pro. I played with the robot for a short while, but it feels quite good. It's nothing like Big Dipper though. It's a fast rubber. I'm used to H3 and Battle Max...
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  6. Xiom tau ii

    Xiom tau ii
  7. A fast, quite hard, typical blocking rubber is...

    A fast, quite hard, typical blocking rubber is Loki T3.
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  8. Check out Pimplepark Epos. It's max in 1.9mm, and...

    Check out Pimplepark Epos. It's max in 1.9mm, and it's really controllable allround rubber with really good grip and a mild catapult, so the ball will not bounce too much.
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  9. Well. Regarding amateurs and tacky rubbers. I...

    Well. Regarding amateurs and tacky rubbers. I never needed any coaching regarding using these rubbers. It just has to do with how you play and where you are heading with your play style. It's not...
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  10. Are we talking rubbers now? ;)

    Are we talking rubbers now? ;)
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  11. https://www.joola.shop/en/tables/competition-table...

    https://www.joola.shop/en/tables/competition-tables/5359/joola-world-cup-25-s-ittf
    Topic: two tables
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  12. Well. It gets more lively, and it's quite...

    Well. It gets more lively, and it's quite individual what fits, so try without booster first and boost a bit after a couple of training sessions to see if it fits you better. :)
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  13. For backhand I use to boost it a couple of layers...

    For backhand I use to boost it a couple of layers of TTRevolution X-treme booster or Haifu, but I need a bit more bounce there because of my bad technique :)
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  14. Actually it works fine for forehand as well. :)

    Actually it works fine for forehand as well. :)
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  15. Check out Yinhe Big Dipper 38deg. That one could...

    Check out Yinhe Big Dipper 38deg. That one could be just what you need for your backhand.
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  16. Well. I think it's like Duke says, and what is...

    Well. I think it's like Duke says, and what is perfect for your speed and power is very individual. But I've tried a lot of tacky rubbers, mostly Chinese, and H3 with a hard sponge and some booster...
  17. No. Sorry. Only the 2-pack Corbor rubber, but...

    No. Sorry. Only the 2-pack Corbor rubber, but that's not something that sells so much anyway.
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  18. Ok. But then you're already on the inside. ;) And...

    Ok. But then you're already on the inside. ;) And you might order a lot as well?
    No I don't think there are so many distributors here. We have one major distributor (Pingmaster) in Italy, but Yinhe...
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  19. I'm selling in Sweden mainly, but also possible...

    I'm selling in Sweden mainly, but also possible to order from other countries in the EU.
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  20. Yep :) I'm mainly selling Asian stuff, all in...

    Yep :) I'm mainly selling Asian stuff, all in very small volumes so far, so I can't buy from DHS directly for example. The ones I have most of now is 729, Dawei, LOKI, Pimplepark, Sanwei and...
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  21. I didn't play with it the latest, but it sounds...

    I didn't play with it the latest, but it sounds like they are quite similar.
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  22. Yep. Like said earlier. It's the moist and sweat...

    Yep. Like said earlier. It's the moist and sweat from hands making the rubbers not grip the ball allright. It happens sometimes. I attended to a tournament where I at the afternoon couldn't loop at...
  23. Go for a 5-ply wooden blade like Sanwei...

    Go for a 5-ply wooden blade like Sanwei Accumulator S, Loki V5, Haitian Y1 or something similar and a couple of Pimplepark - Epos. Super rubber with a mild catapult and good grip. Max is 1.9mm and it...
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  24. It could be, if you put in on your backhand ;)

    It could be, if you put in on your backhand ;)
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  25. Tenergy will give you a high arc with many...

    Tenergy will give you a high arc with many blades. Why don't you try something more linear instead of Butterfly rubbers? I mean that while finding out what's best for you, you'll waste a lot of money...
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