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    reactor corbor pro

    who here has used it?
    is it really sticky?
    how is it compared to h3?

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    Corbor is a beginner level rubber. It is sticky but it is not in the level of H3's performance.

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    I've played with Both - Reactor Corbor & H3 ...

    The Corbor is a lot slower than H3.... I bought it, cause I'm a defensive player, and wanted to try my hand at chopping with an inverted rubber... It has pretty good control, but lacks the teeth on attacks .. It can generate a good deal of spin, on serves, as well as pushes..

    The H3 too offers a good deal of control, but compared to Corbor, is way way better in the offense department.. I also found it to be pretty good in the blocking game... It seems to have a wide range of speed (I hope I'm making sense)... I found to be spinny'er than the Corbor..

    In terms of tackiness, I found both to a around the same..

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