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      New backhand rubber

      Hey guys, I have a tsp ventus speed max and I would like something little bit lighter, with the ease of opening backspin. I am thinking about the stiga mantra s 2.1, is it good and durable ?

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      I'd recommend Vega Euro and Joola Energy X-tra (light and durable) if you prefer soft rubbers
      and if budget is not a problem go with Rasanter R37 (also light and durable)

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      it is too soft, I already have tested the yasaka rakza 7 soft and tsp ventus spin, Im searching something around 42-43degree

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      Mantra is very durable and also lighter compared to euro rubbers.

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      How about the tenergy series? 05, 05H, and even Dignics? Any experience with these rubber that are best for a Bh?

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      Vega Japan or Vega Pro are also good ? or Tenergy 05 or Dignics 05 prehaps?

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      Vega pro is too hard for me, T05 and Dignics is too expensive xD and too fast for my backhand

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      Vega Euro or Japan or ak 47 yellow or Tin arc 5 33 degree

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      I use GEWO Nexxus EL PRO 48 on my BH and IMO it's just great, spin, speed (but not too much, EL is spin orientated, for speed is XT version, which I use on FH), control it have it's all, it's mostly suited for close to the table play, but with fast blade it also can play quite nice far from the table (need to put some power in your shot to make it play good far from the table)... I personally don't like soft rubbers, so 48 is my choice, still, for those who like soft rubbers, there is GEWO Nexxus EL PRO 43 and even 38, IMO the main "thing" in Nexxus EL is very elastic topsheet, that gives a lot of dwell, spin and control, so 43 and 38 versions probably is also great BH rubbers for those who like soft sponge...

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      Try Dignics

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      Quote Originally Posted by carlosz View Post
      Try Dignics
      Quote Originally Posted by shinhyun View Post
      Im searching something around 42-43degree
      Dignics 05 is much harder than 42-43 degree, no?

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      BTW Joola Rhyzer 48 is also nice for BH, it feels much softer than 48 degree (44-46 probably), have veeeery high arc, on BH it's very easy to make topspin against backspin with it, it can be done even only using your wrist... But, for me it's too "tensor-bouncy" (but sometimes you can do powerfol counter loop far from the table only with your wrist and it still will have very decent power , spin and speed, that was very cool thing for me when I played with it, sometimes I won some ridicilous points with it , but the con of this is control problems...) and too soft, also very high arc for me is not great thing in all situations, so I swithed to Nexxus EL...

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      or you can boost the rubber to get it soft just saying is all

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      Quote Originally Posted by DragonOwen View Post
      BTW Joola Rhyzer 48 is also nice for BH, it feels much softer than 48 degree (44-46 probably), have veeeery high arc, on BH it's very easy to make topspin against backspin with it, it can be done even only using your wrist... But, for me it's too "tensor-bouncy" (but sometimes you can do powerfol counter loop far from the table only with your wrist and it still will have very decent power , spin and speed, that was very cool thing for me when I played with it, sometimes I won some ridicilous points with it , but the con of this is control problems...) and too soft, also very high arc for me is not great thing in all situations, so I swithed to Nexxus EL...

      You think that Rhyzer 48 has a high arc and is too soft??? I have 43 on backhand (and 48 forehand). The 43 is has a much higher throw than 48. I would consider 48 arc to be medium or medium low. I’m planning to replace my backhand rubber with Rhyzer 45 Pro when it comes out because it will use the less bouncy “Pro” style topsheet that Rhyzer 50 Pro has.

      Back to the original question: JOOLA Rhyzm-P was my favorite backhand rubber looping backspin balls. 45 degree sponge and the speed / control was very balanced and just perfect for me. It’s average weight for a tensor rubber though.


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      Quote Originally Posted by shinhyun View Post
      Vega pro is too hard for me, T05 and Dignics is too expensive xD and too fast for my backhand
      Vega Japan or Europe.

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      Quote Originally Posted by BryanY View Post
      You think that Rhyzer 48 has a high arc and is too soft???
      At least it's feels noticiably softer than GEWO Nexxus EL PRO 48 and muuuch softer than Nexxus XT PRO 48... Just IMHO though... I don't like soft rubbers, just my preference, I don't undestand them, tried XIOM Vega Europe DF and TENERGY 05FX on Apolonia and for me it was horrible experience...

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      New backhand rubber

      Quote Originally Posted by DragonOwen View Post
      At least it's feels noticiably softer than GEWO Nexxus EL PRO 48 and muuuch softer than Nexxus XT PRO 48... Just IMHO though... I don't like soft rubbers, just my preference, I don't undestand them, tried XIOM Vega Europe DF and TENERGY 05FX on Apolonia and for me it was horrible experience...
      I think it’s because the top sheet is soft. 48 degree sponge is decently hard. I guess that’s why they offer the “Pro” (harder) topsheet on Rhyzer 50 Pro.

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      Donic Acuda S2 fits the bill at around 42 degrees and relatively light as far as tensioned rubbers go. Good luck in your search!

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      I use Gewo Nexxus EL Pro 48 as backhand rubber as well, and its amazing!
      Last edited by Basten4; 05-16-2019 at 03:55 PM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Basten4 View Post
      I use Gewo Nexxus EL Pro 48 as backhand rubber as well, and its amazing!
      I recomend to try XT on FH, it's a monster, but quite tamed monster

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