Andro Nuzn 50 and 55

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Played 2 hours with my Andro VCI with Nuzn 50 on BH and Nuzn 55 on FH. First impressions are good, they both felt really good to block with and to counterspin with. That being said i think most people will play better with C48 if they stick with andro rubbers or with a slower hybrid like Rakza Z.

I'm excited to see how long the rubbers last.
 
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Interesting he mentions about maybe boosting it
sounds like the nuzn 55 is closer to the Chinese side than most other hybrids, which is quite interesting because most other brands are softening their hybrids e.g. ZGR to ZGX, DragonGrip to DNA Hybrids.
 
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It´s a little more than that.
Two hours on the first evening, the games played on another evening, then again two hours against defence on a third evening and I think 700 contacts equal a couple more hours of regular practice.

All of this - except for the matches on evening two - straight, uninterrupted playing, so I guess this is not so bad compared to what I hear about other rubbers?
If You will be happy after one Month with durability and quality of the ball, I will buy one
 
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sounds like the nuzn 55 is closer to the Chinese side
As for sponge hardness, maybe.
But the 50 degree version is the least Chinese like hybrid I have encountered, if you consider the playing characteristics, and even the 55 degree version feels fine without booster according to a player who has used it for a while (4th league in Germany). On pro level, this might be a different story.
 
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This is a NUZN 50 after 2 hours of mostly FH to FH topspin for testing, 11 games played on another day where of course the other side of the racket was also used, two hours of nearly only forehand practice against defence and about 700 contacts during roboter practice. Despite the dust from the balls which I failed to clean before taking the picture no sign of wear. So far, it looks good in terms of the promised durability.View attachment 30110
Is it Max or 2.0 mm ?
 
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And yet, it´s not. At least that´s what I can say after having played both K2 and NUZN 50 - but the topsheet of the 55 is the same and to me it feels very different.
I didn't say "similar to K2". K2 pro is very different to both k2 and k3.
 
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