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  1. Sanwei target national new version

    I understand why you would think that way, as I would be skeptical too if anyone claimed that's a new rubber after 1 session. Granted, the club where I was playing that day was very dusty and we were using new balls but still... However, I have no reason to lie about a product I bought with my...
  2. Sanwei target national new version

    No difference in the packaging as far as I can tell. I still have the original packaging, if you want to see photos of the barcode or something, but I can't tell any difference there...
  3. Sanwei target national new version

    No it's taken literally after 1 session, the marks on the topsheet were present brand new as well. The way they had applied the plastic protection wrap in the factory was comically bad. It's like when you press on a crease on a shirt and it becomes worse... Ignore the dirt however, as I did not...
  4. Sanwei target national new version

    Bubble after just 1 session. The topsheet also looks really bad after just a few hits like all tacky topsheets, but this does not affect play. Sanwei's distributor told me that this bubble issue should be fixed in new batches as they have improved gluing technique. Only time will tell I guess...
  5. Sanwei target national new version

    I believe you can also place an order directly from Sanwei's website https://sanweisport.com/en/, as per their representative @Andrea Jiang . They have international shipping, however, the price might be a bit higher so you can maybe ask for discount codes... In my country, Sanwei have an...
  6. Fans of Rozena?

    I'm also a fan of Rozena on the backhand. In fact, I'm having a hard time deciding between Rozena and Glayzer on the BH - Glayzer is better for passive push/short game as well as opening loops, but Rozena just feels safer for longer rallies, and is noticeably better at blocking. Ultimately, I...
  7. Short review of Glayzer 09c (don't buy)

    I kind of agree.... Rozena felt way too fast for me (but without the grip of a Tenergy) as a backhand rubber even on a 7 ply flexy blade like the PG7. Glayzer (the regular one) may not be an exciting rubber, but that's what makes it one of my favorite backhand rubbers. It's medium hard, not too...
  8. Survey on this setup: Outer ALC Viscaria type + Glayzer 09C FH + Hybrid MK BH

    Not Viscaria, but I've been using the Glayzer 09C on a Timber 7 (kind of a Clipper clone), and so far so good... It's not a very exciting rubber, but at my level it's a safe choice - excellent short game, flicks, and opening loops have enough spin, only lacks top end power but I attribute that...
  9. Glayzer 09c

    Review by 'khayalmania' on item 'Glayzer 09c'

    On a 7 ply Andro Timber 7 Off/S (limba-ayous), this is a very safe rubber for the vast majority of amateurs and hobbyists. Gives you plenty of spin and speed to finish off points, as well as rewards good technique. The unique Butterfly Spring Sponge feel is there without the downsides of...
  10. Introduce yourself to the forum! :)

    Hello everyone! Thanks moderator(s) for approving my account! I'm from Bengal, India, and I've been playing table tennis for about 15 years on and off. I did get some formal coaching back in my school days, and played at state level qualifiers and (later) college tournaments, but now mostly...
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