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Phantom Infinity 0011 (Yasaka)

Phantom Infinity 0011 (Yasaka)

More of Phantom phenomena based on our preceding Yasaka Phantom series rubber. The all new and legal 0011 and 0012 assure you of further improvement in spin and speed. Also, more variation, better control, stable attack power and more knuckle ball effect.

Speed 43
Spin 43
Control 58

Average user rating from: 2 users

Overall rating
4.0
Speed (2 ratings)
1.5
General spin (2 ratings)
1.8
Sponge hardness (1 rating)
1.5
Topsheet hardness (1 rating)
1.0
Spin reversal effect (2 ratings)
3.5
Confusion factor (2 ratings)
4.8
Weight (1 rating)
1.0
Control (2 ratings)
4.5
Durability (1 rating)
3.5
Block (2 ratings)
5.0
Chop (2 ratings)
5.0
Value for money (2 ratings)
4.5
 


3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Monday, 11 April 2011

Written by dadsky - Top 10 reviewer - View all my reviews

Overall rating
4.2
Speed
1.0
General spin
2.0
Sponge hardness
1.5
Topsheet hardness
1.0
Spin reversal effect
4.5
Confusion factor
5.0
Weight
1.0
Control
4.5
Durability
3.5
Block
5.0
Chop
5.0
Value for money
5.0
the pimples seem to bend upon ball contact so it is not the most durable long-pips around. Quality of play is good though, and very excellent for service return as the opponent's spin goes back (is retained). for a long-pips rubber, you can actually loop with it and it wil produce good spin from medium distance or close to the table. it is medium-priced for a long-pips rubber and you get good value for money.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
t3h anarchist
Saturday, 28 March 2009

Written by t3h anarchist - #1 reviewer - View all my reviews

Overall rating
4.0
Speed
2.0
General spin
1.5
Spin reversal effect
2.5
Confusion factor
4.5
Control
4.5
Block
5.0
Chop
5.0
Value for money
4.0
The phantom infinity 0011 long pips ruber by yasaka is an EXTREMELY tricky rubber to both play with and play against. It has a 1.0 mm sponge, which means that there really is no momentum on the ball. Unlike other long pips, this one instead of reversing the spin, it kind of neutralizes the ball, also making it drop really short. You can tell when you hit the ball the ball will almost bounce straight down. The control also is amazing, you can feel the ball dig right into the paddle, you have virtually full control over the spin and speed and placement of the ball (by spin i mean you can cancel it). It is a great pips rubber for tricky players.
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