The ultimate form of rubber performance without speed glue - developed for the top professionals.
The speed and spin measure exceeds not only multiple speed-glued rubbers but even OMEGA II. Very solid stability with unprecedented performance. Ryu Seung Min, 2004 Olympic Champion, has been deeply involved in the development of this rubber for his own use after the Beijing Olympics.
IMPORTANT: Its is strongly advised to use water-based glue when gluing this rubber. VOC glue can result in bubbling/splitting and noticeable shrinkage of the rubber if it is removed from your blade.
- $70.00 inc GST Australia-wide for single-carton tables.
- $120.00 inc GST Australia-wide for heavy-duty tables in 2 cartons.
-To keep freight costs affordable, customers are asked to assist with the unloading of the table when they are delivered. Most cartons weigh 65kgs or less and have handles on them.
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Awesome spin and speed. I have never used such a spinny rubber before. My griend was trying to block my power loops and even with his closed bat was struggling to stop his blocks going off my end of the table. I really love this soft sponge and the amount and variation of spin I can get.
extremely fast! If you can control your loops you will find this rubber has incredible speed and spin, more than any other rubber I have used
This rubber has more speed and spin than any other rubber I have tried. Its very fast and powerful so only buy it if you have good control skills. cheers.
Win Nguyen (Wellington, New Zealand)
I put this on my Butterfly Primorac Carbon blade. I found the max. thickness sponge to be EXTREMELY quick for driving, yet was controllable. Looping was a breeze, especially lifting heavy chops. The topspin was so extreme that it tended to skid after it bounced & kept very very low, which made returning power loops hit with this rubber very difficult! This rubber also had a very loud click sound on my carbon blade, being the loudest rubber I have used. It was very springy and had an immense "catapult" effect. Keeping the ball short on return of serve was quite difficult, but then again I need to work on that aspect of my game & having this on a carbon blade also added to that problem. I will definitely be buying a few more sheets of this rubber as I intend to keep using it - I believe this is one of the best attacking rubbers in the world, if not the best.
Hang Su (Melbourne)
The stats figure seem to compare similar to Boost TC. However, this is much quicker and more spinny yet controllable. I'm most impressed with its ability to lift heavy bottom spins. I have Boost TP on the other side of my blade to push and twist to O3 to attack (as it's not as good to push back bottom spins)
When you order from us online or come to our shop we can glue your rubbers to your blade for free. Request this in our Checkout in the Other Notes box