Rubber Combination

Table Tennis Equipment

Last updated 9 years ago

Cloud Cledera

Cloud Cledera Asked 9 years ago

Hi Alois and Jeff,

I'm getting a new set of TT equipment by October and it is:

Blade - STIGA Optimum 7(5mm plywood)

Black - STIGA Calibra LT Sound (soft sponge) FH

Red - STIGA Calibra LT Plus (hard sponge) BH

is it okay for me to have this kind of combination, especially for the rubbers? I heard it would be cool to have a hard sponge at your BH side because it produces good lobbing material. But I haven't heard of the benefits of having a soft sponge. These rubbers are also long trajectory.

Please tell me how good it is.


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 9 years ago

Hi Cloud,

I haven't used these rubbers or blade.  Others that may have used them may be able to help you.


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Cloud Cledera

Cloud Cledera Posted 9 years ago

Well, is a rubber with soft sponge good?


Tom Goodwin

Tom Goodwin Posted 9 years ago

soft sponge produces a trampoline affect making the ball travel a lot faster than a thin sponge which hits the blade almost strait away, just beware soft sponges are hard and you need to be a very controlled player to be able to hit the table whereas hard sponge has a lot more controll

 



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