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      andro Hexer Grip and Powergrip SFX Rubber Review

      Hey guys! Here's our latest full and comprehensive review of the new Hexer Grip and Powergrip SFX rubbers! This series has 4 rubbers that all vary in sponge hardness.

      I'm joined by Tom in the TableTennisDaily Studio where we give the rubbers a full in depth analysis on how it performs. We see how the rubbers hold up in the rally, service and receive, spin production, speed and lots more!


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      Awesome review. The topsheets have the matted red color compared to the rasanters bright red.

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      AHG is awesome. Anyone who struggles to control the catapult of 47.5 degree rubbers such as MX-P, G1, etc - give AHG a try. You will be very pleasantly surprised.

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      I dunno if this is true with everyone but through the years, i have observed that matted rubber colors compared to the brighter ones last shorter. Maybe this is in its generation.

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      andro Hexer Grip and Powergrip SFX Rubber Review

      I wonder how this line of rubber compares to Butterfly Rozena since it seems targeted to the same type of players (forgiving tensor rubber for intermediate players).

      Maybe Xiom Vega series is in the same category too?
      Last edited by BryanY; 08-18-2019 at 06:39 PM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by yogi_bear View Post
      I dunno if this is true with everyone but through the years, i have observed that matted rubber colors compared to the brighter ones last shorter. Maybe this is in its generation.
      The salt of your sweat have better chance to penetrate the matted type of rubber
      Japanese brighter type of topsheet is very durable Imo

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      Didn't find an answer in the reivew.
      What is the speed comparison among these 4 hexer rubbers?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Player87 View Post
      Didn't find an answer in the reivew.
      What is the speed comparison among these 4 hexer rubbers?
      As you would expect, decreasing (possible final) speed from hardest version down to softest.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Airoc View Post
      As you would expect, decreasing (possible final) speed from hardest version down to softest.
      meaning hexer grip is faster than hexer powergrip sfx?

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      Yes, though not that much. You can decide which hardness you prefer and go from there.

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