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    Lightbulb Anyone using the Donic Traction MS PRO?

    Anyone using the Donic Traction MS PRO ? Can you guys upload an image of it and i want to know that is pink sponge or what ? ..... is it good please leave a message
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    I didn't try it personally but my friend is using this rubber on his forehand and he really love it. But i don't think it will be better than your Hurricane 3 pro version.
    The sponge has a glue on it and you don't need to glue it to stick it on your blade.
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    I loved Donic Traction II MS Pro on my backhand. Creates high amount of topspin with my backhand, can create unpreditable arc., smashes are easy and you have the control. Very effective in close distance, easy to loop/flick the ball close the net. Donic Traction II MS Pro is in between soft and hard, it is medium. Manufactured by DHS for Donic, but this rubber have higher speed compared with DHS H3 Neo Nat. Blue. Playing over 1 month actively over 1 month I guess.

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