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    Hello there fellow lovers of the sport!
    I'm seeking for help....
    Currently I'm using andro gauzy bl7 off- all wood blade which is amazing, and on both sides reactor tornado v5 40+, I like the rubbers, but are quite difficult to get in my country, so I'm looking for other options. I'm looking for little faster rubbers but with good control, my playstyle is I would say all-around offensive player who likes control. I was looking at couple of rubbers, like rakza 7, xiom vega europe df and standard xve, and I wouldn't change them so quickly so I'm looking for durability to be good too.
    Hopefully you can help me, thanks in advance.

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    Maybe Musa of xiom could be a good alterntive, or vega asia

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    Rakza z for me since you are used to tacky rubbers.
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    Thanks for advice FrenchTT and yogi.
    I'm gonna look up that rubbers.

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    I second the Rakza Z, great rubber. Also the new Victas triple double extra looks promising but haven’t tried it yet if you want a sticky hybrid.

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    yes can be, but if you have never tried tacky rubber before, it may be disturbing (I think)

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    yes can be, but if you have never tried tacky rubber before, it may be disturbing (I think)

    Reactor Tornado V40 is a tacky rubber.

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    Ah okay sorry I didn't know

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    The standard tornado is tacky but V5 for 40+ ball is not that tacky, i had corbor before and corbor was more tacky than tornado v5, and i have never played with hybrid.

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    Im thinking about rakza 7, what experience do you have with that rubbers? It is sensitive to incoming spin?

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    Corbor is tacky at the beginning but after 5/10 hours of trainig the rubber being not tacky

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    It is sensitive to incoming spin?

    Not too much, I like razka 7 it's a good rubber, but the sponge is too mushy for me I prefer hard spong, but otherwise, it's a good rubber
    I like it in every game's compartiment, push block, top, it's fast rubber and a little too much dynamic for me,


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    I think I'll give rakza 7 a try and we'll see.


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    I can't spent a lot of money on equipment soo I need to be careful

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    Quote Originally Posted by DontWorry
    The standard tornado is tacky but V5 for 40+ ball is not that tacky, i had corbor before and corbor was more tacky than tornado v5, and i have never played with hybrid.

    The V5 40 is tacky. It might not be as tacky as a Hurricane 3 but it is tacky. It retains its slight tackiness when you clean it and put plastic on it when you play.

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    Playing table tennis at home seems like the best option in this situation. I'm glad Crown Asia https://www.crownasia.com.ph/#1 has the best facilities!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DontWorry
    Hello there fellow lovers of the sport!
    I'm seeking for help....
    Currently I'm using andro gauzy bl7 off- all wood blade which is amazing, and on both sides reactor tornado v5 40+, I like the rubbers, but are quite difficult to get in my country, so I'm looking for other options. I'm looking for little faster rubbers but with good control, my playstyle is I would say all-around offensive player who likes control. I was looking at couple of rubbers, like rakza 7, xiom vega europe df and standard xve, and I wouldn't change them so quickly so I'm looking for durability to be good too.
    Hopefully you can help me, thanks in advance.

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    I don't know if someone is still following this but I ended not buying any rubbers and keeping my eyes opened on options, as yogi_bear said im used to tacky rubbers so maybe something like hurricane 3 neo on forehand would be good? What are your experiences with that rubber?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DontWorry
    I don't know if someone is still following this but I ended not buying any rubbers and keeping my eyes opened on options, as yogi_bear said im used to tacky rubbers so maybe something like hurricane 3 neo on forehand would be good? What are your experiences with that rubber?

    Rakza z or hurricane 3 37 degrees.

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