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    Posted: 03/08/2019 at 8:28am
Hi SP users!

I trying to get a hand on a sheet of haifu dolphin without sucees at this time. It seems to be "out of stock" in the shops I'm used to deal with. 
Will this brillant rubber be interrupted? Where from do you get yours?
Or what woulb be a suitable replacement for forehand?

Thanks by the way!


Edited by elgaro - 03/14/2019 at 9:26am
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I found Andro Blowfish is a better alternative.
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Actsully I might give a go to victas v102.
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Originally posted by mhnh007 mhnh007 wrote:

I found Andro Blowfish is a better alternative.

Dolphin has a lower arc than blowfish. Many juniors at high level play with dolphin.try japsko
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Out of order at japsko's!! I've found it at 40$ which is quite expensive for a chinese rubber IMHO.
What would be a cheaper alternative, this for hitting and spinning on FH, on a 7ply blade Avalox P700(like a stiga clipper).
Spinpips? V101? Blowfish? 802-40 mystery?

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I had the same problem recently. I use just the top sheet so I don't care if I get the tuned version or not. I bought it on dhgate.com for $28.
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that's for the tips!
if someone knows where to buy the purple sponge separately ...
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Originally posted by hardbatpower hardbatpower wrote:

I had the same problem recently. I use just the top sheet so I don't care if I get the tuned version or not. I bought it on dhgate.com for $28.

How is the quality?
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Quality is what it is. Haifu has never been pretty. But it's good enough that I bought more and will buy more. 
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Originally posted by hardbatpower hardbatpower wrote:

Quality is what it is. Haifu has never been pretty. But it's good enough that I bought more and will buy more. 

Some shops sell good sheets some dont
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Originally posted by elgaro elgaro wrote:

Hi SP users!

I trying to get a hand on a sheet of haifu dolphin without sucees at this time. It seems to be "out of stock" in the shops I'm used to deal with. 
Will this brillant rubber be interrupted? Where from do you get yours?
Or what woulb be a suitable replacement for forehand?

Thanks by the way!
I am familiar with Dolphin as I tested more than 5 versions before ( red, yellow, orange, purple sponge). also, there are 4 types of top sheet before. actually, there is no replacement. Dolphin is quite unique which is a balanced and all round SP with control, spin, sink.
 
if u can go to Taoboo, it is easy to buy. now it is standardized of using purple ( pink) sponge.
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Originally posted by Johnny1996 Johnny1996 wrote:

Originally posted by elgaro elgaro wrote:

Hi SP users!

I trying to get a hand on a sheet of haifu dolphin without sucees at this time. It seems to be "out of stock" in the shops I'm used to deal with. 
Will this brillant rubber be interrupted? Where from do you get yours?
Or what woulb be a suitable replacement for forehand?

Thanks by the way!
I am familiar with Dolphin as I tested more than 5 versions before ( red, yellow, orange, purple sponge). also, there are 4 types of top sheet before. actually, there is no replacement. Dolphin is quite unique which is a balanced and all round SP with control, spin, sink.
 
if u can go to Taoboo, it is easy to buy. now it is standardized of using purple ( pink) sponge.

I bought in ttnpp and amazon and got flawed versions . Who sells good dolphin sheets?
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Hi Johnny,

Is there a significant difference in the sponges? The last 2 I got were yellow.

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used this rubber for like ten years. The quality has gone so bas and now i think they are not doing it anymore. My rubber last like 3 weeks, after that i am not allowed to play with it. To expensive for that. Also talked with Japsko that Said they think they are not doing them anymore and looking for alternative. 

I recommend you to look for alternatives too. At the moment i try 802 40 with white sponge without booster. Works well. Maybe you can boost it yourself. Japsko have two good alternative too, a boosted 802 40 and one the same But with degu topsheet. I Tried spinpips blue But it was not close to the same feeling and hit as dolphin. 

Frustrating to need to change when you Do not want too. Good luck. 
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You can buy haifu dolphin here:


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Originally posted by Lula Lula wrote:

used this rubber for like ten years. The quality has gone so bas and now i think they are not doing it anymore. My rubber last like 3 weeks, after that i am not allowed to play with it. To expensive for that. Also talked with Japsko that Said they think they are not doing them anymore and looking for alternative. 

I recommend you to look for alternatives too. At the moment i try 802 40 with white sponge without booster. Works well. Maybe you can boost it yourself. Japsko have two good alternative too, a boosted 802 40 and one the same But with degu topsheet. I Tried spinpips blue But it was not close to the same feeling and hit as dolphin. 

Frustrating to need to change when you Do not want too. Good luck. 

802 40 is very diffrent from dolphin 
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i Tried spinpips blue. That was very different. A boosted 802 40 i would say is one of the closest to dolphin. Alot of the other pimple rubbers are way to soft. Do you have a good alternative? I only Tried four rubbers yet, and i like the feeling of 802 40 best. 
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Originally posted by Lula Lula wrote:

i Tried spinpips blue. That was very different. A boosted 802 40 i would say is one of the closest to dolphin. Alot of the other pimple rubbers are way to soft. Do you have a good alternative? I only Tried four rubbers yet, and i like the feeling of 802 40 best. 

From what I know dolphin  has a lower arc than 802 40. Try booster sa  i like it
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okay. I am still interested in What rubber you think comes closer to being like dolphin? Like i Said i need to change. Tried 802 40 and it feels pretty similar in my opinion. I feel that i can even use it without booster, that i felt Did not work with dolphin. 

Edit: i thought you Said that i should use booster, But you mention a rubber? Is this soft compared to dolphin? Feel that all rubbers are very soft


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Originally posted by Lula Lula wrote:

okay. I am still interested in What rubber you think comes closer to being like dolphin? Like i Said i need to change. Tried 802 40 and it feels pretty similar in my opinion. I feel that i can even use it without booster, that i felt Did not work with dolphin. 

Edit: i thought you Said that i should use booster, But you mention a rubber? Is this soft compared to dolphin? Feel that all rubbers are very soft

The sponge is midhard and the pips feel stiff the rubber is called mizuno booster SA  less spinny version of moristo I know why it sells a lot in japan
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someone tried friendship 802-40 with  42° sponge or 40°?
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Originally posted by Lula Lula wrote:

okay. I am still interested in What rubber you think comes closer to being like dolphin? Like i Said i need to change. Tried 802 40 and it feels pretty similar in my opinion. I feel that i can even use it without booster, that i felt Did not work with dolphin. 

Edit: i thought you Said that i should use booster, But you mention a rubber? Is this soft compared to dolphin? Feel that all rubbers are very soft

Booster SA is the only spinny rubber I know that has a strange mix of sink spin and control. Have you tried dolphin topsheet with another sponge?
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Originally posted by mykonos96 mykonos96 wrote:

Booster SA is the only spinny rubber I know that has a strange mix of sink spin and control. Have you tried dolphin topsheet with another sponge?

Can you compare the Booster SA to any other ESN spin oriented pips with a similar sponge hardness, Andro Hexer Pips Force and Yasaka Rakza PO and Nittaku Moristo SP AX look to have similar shape pips with horizontal alignment (or the option with the Hexer) and a similar sponge hardness.

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Sa is  slower but not too far when you hit hard the ball sinks I think it has taller but wide pips.more spin than yasaka not so flat..hexer pips are too boosted from factory 1.7mm is more bouncy than yasaka 2mm
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Thanks, that's useful.
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