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AK47 (Palio)

Average user rating from: 1 user

Overall rating
3.7
Speed (1 rating)
3.5
General spin (1 rating)
4.5
Mechanical spin (1 rating)
4.5
Topsheet spin (1 rating)
4.0
Sponge hardness (1 rating)
3.5
Topsheet hardness (1 rating)
3.0
High throw angle (1 rating)
3.5
Weight (1 rating)
2.5
Control (1 rating)
4.5
Durability (1 rating)
3.5
Serve (1 rating)
3.5
Short game (1 rating)
3.5
Flip (Flick) (1 rating)
3.0
Over the table loop (1 rating)
3.5
High arc loop (1 rating)
4.0
Counterloop (1 rating)
3.5
Smash (1 rating)
4.0
Block (1 rating)
3.5
Chop (1 rating)
1.5
Value for money (1 rating)
5.0
 


4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Monday, 03 November 2008

Written by dalamchops - Top 5 reviewer - View all my reviews

Overall rating
3.7
Speed
3.5
General spin
4.5
Mechanical spin
4.5
Topsheet spin
4.0
Sponge hardness
3.5
Topsheet hardness
3.0
High throw angle
3.5
Weight
2.5
Control
4.5
Durability
3.5
Serve
3.5
Short game
3.5
Flip (Flick)
3.0
Over the table loop
3.5
High arc loop
4.0
Counterloop
3.5
Smash
4.0
Block
3.5
Chop
1.5
Value for money
5.0
This is absolutely the highest quality Palio rubber I've seen. That is because everything is made over in a Japanese factory. It has a very grippy topsheet (non tacky), and a medium softish sponge. Quite high throw, a good rubber to compare to it is Sriver. The AK47 is a bit softer, quite a bit livelier, more speed, and produces a lot more spin than Sriver. It is also a very light rubber, coming in at 51g uncut, and 37g cut for a YEO. At under $20 a piece, the AK47 is an awesome value for money, and is a no brainer for anybody not wanting to shell out $30 for Sriver.
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