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      Tenergy 05

      What do you think about tenergy 05. I think it is not very durable. But is donic bluegrip r1 or bluefire m1 turbo or m3 more spinner than t05

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      Not they are not. They do not even come close to T05.

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      I wonder when I’ll man up for $80 per side and play it. Though I would rather have Dignics 05 on BH and Tenergy 05 on the forehand. The Dignics seems so engage more for the backhand flick.

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      I think its dominance in the professional scene speaks for itself, where performance completely overshadows durability because of obvious reasons ?

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      I do think that T05 is quite durable, especially compared to other rubbers.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Xylit View Post
      I do think that T05 is quite durable, especially compared to other rubbers.
      From my experience, it has a tendency to chip around the edges.

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      Every high level performance speed glue effect rubber tends to chip around the edges especially if it is not protected with edge tape.
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      lasts about 6 months boosted 2 times total so alright but lacks spin but other then that its a great backhand rubber imo and i agree with all the rest of the people i used 1 sheet also along time ago

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      Dunno but the first tenergies seem to be more durable.

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      Quote Originally Posted by jamieb2 View Post
      What do you think about tenergy 05. I think it is not very durable.
      This is not true. Tenergy 05 is one of the most durable rubbers on TT market.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Master_of_loops View Post
      This is not true. Tenergy 05 is one of the most durable rubbers on TT market.
      boosted or none?

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      Quote Originally Posted by 729B2 View Post
      boosted or none?
      Do you have a reason for boosting T05. I know guys who are very high level who do boost T05. But if you are boosting T05, what would be your reason? The rubber does not really need it. And I don't see much of a reason for it unless you are playing at a very high level and trying to win tournaments where there are cash prizes for for placing in the top 4. Which is the level the guys I know of who boost rubbers like Tenergy.

      It does feel great boosted. But it ensures that you need to change rubbers more frequently. Whereas, boosting with H3 makes total sense to me.
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      Most people who boost T05 are just doing it for psychological reasons and not for enhancing their performance.

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      Quote Originally Posted by vik2000 View Post
      Most people who boost T05 are just doing it for psychological reasons and not for enhancing their performance.
      Source?

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      I have found T25 and T05 to be very long lasting. I still have a paddle with 6+yo T25 mounted on it. It still plays well.
      My rubbers do tend to chip where the rubber is brushing on the table when I push.
      Good edge tape is a good investment if you buy a Tenergy. Most edge tapes are too thin and don't protect the rubber if I push and hit the table. I have some electricians tape with viberglass strands in it that does a good job of protecting the rubber and blade.

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      i just watched video with Peter Korbel and he says rubber (he is playing with t05) needs to be replaced after three days with his frequency of training and one and half month by average player ... because then it lost spin and become wear out ...

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      Quote Originally Posted by bobpuls View Post
      i just watched video with Peter Korbel and he says rubber (he is playing with t05) needs to be replaced after three days with his frequency of training and one and half month by average player ... because then it lost spin and become wear out ...
      Well, its relly like that, but from his Top level point of view.
      Here the usual lifespan of T05 for Pro players is 1 month. If you take such 1 month used rubbers you would use them for no more than a month more.
      For amateurs its different and you can't compare the lifespan, as it depends on style, dynamics, intensity, care, personal sensitivity to properties changes and soon.
      But usually the normal lifespan is between 80 and 160 hours of play.

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      Quote Originally Posted by UpSideDownCarl View Post
      Do you have a reason for boosting T05. I know guys who are very high level who do boost T05. But if you are boosting T05, what would be your reason? The rubber does not really need it. And I don't see much of a reason for it unless you are playing at a very high level and trying to win tournaments where there are cash prizes for for placing in the top 4. Which is the level the guys I know of who boost rubbers like Tenergy.

      It does feel great boosted. But it ensures that you need to change rubbers more frequently. Whereas, boosting with H3 makes total sense to me.
      fair enough great points made for me it feels too slow and acts too slow to do anything without boosting , yes i agree its not not needed

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      Tenergy 05

      If T05 is slow to you then something’s off, I think. I sense a disruption in the Force.
      Last edited by yoass; 08-10-2019 at 01:31 PM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by yoass View Post
      If T05 is slow to you then something’s off, I think.
      Or maybe something's all. Or def.






      Oh man

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