Review about Donic Acuda S1 Turbo

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Last updated 9 years ago

Reynel Obordo

Reynel Obordo Asked 9 years ago

Hi Coach,

Can you give a review on Donic Acuda S1 Turbo? My training partner wants to buy this rubber.


Jeff Plumb

Jeff Plumb Answered 9 years ago

Hi Reynel,

We don't place much importance on different equipment. It is important to have good equipment but there are so many different options available and we prefer to spend our time teaching technique. If you improve your technique you will always improve your game. Changing rubber is less important.

If anyone else has any feedback on the Donic Acuda S1 Turbo, would you please leave a comment for Reynel.


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mat huang

mat huang Posted 9 years ago

Just use it and see if its good. If it is bad, then  ripp it off and store it somewhere else to use later or sell it


Ji-Soo Woo

Ji-Soo Woo Posted 9 years ago

I just had a session with Donic Acuda S3 which was excellent quality (just like many other rubbers out there), but haven't tried S1.  I generally quite like the Donic rubbers however.


AmekunRaiane Rivadeneira

AmekunRaiane Rivadeneira Posted 9 years ago

@mat

we are not all rich :)))

i have some links here that might help you out:

http://www.tabletennisdb.com/

http://www.megaspin.net/Default.asp

http://ooakforum.com/index.php

 

If you want to review equipment this is the site for you

you'll see different opinions and ratings about the rubber that you are looking for

just search it there :)

hope it helps


mat huang

mat huang Posted 9 years ago

Yeah true. Same i only switch rubbers like once per year cuz i like my rubber

I just dont very like ttdb, although i use it alot and megaspin cuz they a mainly just saleman. Probably not ttdb.

I havent seen any site that say bad things about there products. Maybe go on a site that has a good manager that has experience at rubbers and blades\

IDK, maybe that suits you but real life testing is always better

TTDB is a good general guide. I use it like every time



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