How many rubbers in the pack

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Last updated 8 years ago

Menthor narayana

Menthor narayana Asked 8 years ago

I'm new in table tennis but i want to buy a good racket and rubber (s). I have found the perfect combination for me but before i can make the order i want to know and maybe it's a stupid question HOW MANY RUBBERS ARE IN THE PACK ??? I liked CALIBRA LT PLUS but there is no sign of how many rubbers are in the pack ?? should i buy 2 packs or just one and there are 2 rubbers black and red in it ? The thing is that i dont want to wait 2 more weeks for delivery. 10x in advance and 1 more question about rubbers. If there are packs with one rubber and packs with two rubbers how to make the difference?

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 8 years ago

Hi Menthor,

This is certainly not a silly question because a lot of people ask me this.

There is only one rubber in the pack so you will have to buy one red and one black.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

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Menthor narayana

Menthor narayana Posted 8 years ago

Yes that helps alot. The other question that i have is can i trust the judgement of people in for bats ??? is that stats true ? i mean I like stiga cc 5 but in this site people say that galaxy T-11 is better for less money ??? Is that true ? or i should beleive in manifacturers stat

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 8 years ago

Hi Menthor,

I would believe that site more than the manufacturers ratings.  They are more independent.

Ji-Soo Woo

Ji-Soo Woo Posted 8 years ago

It's not a question of whether the stats are 'true' but whether it is 'true for you;.  Everyone is different...different skill levels, styles and techniques, and a rubber which is very spinny for one person might be hardly spinny at all for another.  Just use the reviews and ratings as a rough guide.  It's not science.

Nathan S

Nathan S Posted 8 years ago

Yea tabletennisdb has helped me a few times but a few rubbers the people there reccomend do not fit me, try experimenting with a kind of rubber first, see if it suits your play. If it doesn't, continue finding the right one.

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