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    Quote Originally Posted by Basillius Calvin
    Pretty interesting. Another 'made in china' rubber aside from Stiga Genesis series (don't know about other brands though 😂😂😂), and ESN 57.5, seems to be good alternative to Hurricane 3 Neo 😍😍😍 or perhaps, a 'play-thing' when boredom of always using the same rubber strikes. I sometimes got a little bit of curiosity when non chinese brands release rubbers which is introduced as 'hard', 'sticky', 'made in china' 🙊🙊🙊

    Regarding sponge hardness, how is it compared to Hurricane 3 Neo?
    TD sponge is 57 degrees ESN H3 Neo 41 degree comes in at 54ish degrees ESN
    TE = 55 degrees ESN so about the same as a 41degree H3 Neo
    TD tackiness => than H3 Neo
    TE tackiness < than H3 Neo

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    Tested the TDE on a Goriki Danshi today. I won't say much about it yet, but all I can say for the moment is that I'm a little bit disapointed. When I removed the plastic cover, the ball sticks for a very long time to the sheet. But after a ~2h30 hours session, it sticks just a little bit, like the Xiom Tau 2. And after some cleaning, the tackiness was improved a little bit but not the same as when the rubber was brand new...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rinforzando
    Tested the TDE on a Goriki Danshi today. I won't say much about it yet, but all I can say for the moment is that I'm a little bit disapointed. When I removed the plastic cover, the ball sticks for a very long time to the sheet. But after a ~2h30 hours session, it sticks just a little bit, like the Xiom Tau 2. And after some cleaning, the tackiness was improved a little bit but not the same as when the rubber was brand new...
    Strange, my sheet is still as sticky as it was new!!

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    Weird. After one night in the case with a nittaku adhesive protector sheet the stickiness of the TDE has become brand new again.
    Does the protector sheet gives back the original stickiness ? Maybe.

    Edit: A bit weird. My Xiom Tau 2 which is protected by the same Nittaku sheet has now the same tackiness as the TDE when I remove the sheet...
    I'm completely lost 😂
    My Bluefire Jp01 Turbo (eu rubber, 0% tackiness) is also a liltle bit tacky when I remove the sheet...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rinforzando
    Weird. After one night in the case with a nittaku adhesive protector sheet the stickiness of the TDE has become brand new again.
    Does the protector sheet gives back the original stickiness ? Maybe.

    Edit: A bit weird. My Xiom Tau 2 which is protected by the same Nittaku sheet has now the same tackiness as the TDE when I remove the sheet...
    I'm completely lost 😂
    My Bluefire Jp01 Turbo (eu rubber, 0% tackiness) is also a liltle bit tacky when I remove the sheet...
    Could be that some of the stickiness from the protector sheet is sticking to the rubber??
    I always clean my rubbers before I start playing, regardless if I cleaned them at the end of the previous session and covered with a protective sheet.

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