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    Posted: 02/13/2021 at 1:54pm
Hi, I am looking for a replacement similar to Dignics80 on my backhand, do you guys have any suggestions for me who like hard rubber on the backhand, I will accept any price.   Thanks
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Any particular reason to change the D80?
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Mizuno Q5, 1.9mm
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My money ran out because of that and I had to replace the old rubber, I looked for other hard rubber like that but at a price below that, I accepted any price.
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bty rubber last longer than other esn/euro rubber in the long run it save more money.  

If u want to save real money then just use h3 FH h3-50 BH. Those can last for ages as long as you have protective film on. No pun intended but you doesn't sound like ur at the skill level to bubble an h3 anyways so yea... 


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Originally posted by jimsonapi jimsonapi wrote:

bty rubber last longer than other esn/euro rubber in the long run it save more money.  

If u want to save real money then just use h3 FH h3-50 BH. Those can last for ages as long as you have protective film on. No pun intended but you doesn't sound like ur at the skill level to bubble an h3 anyways so yea... 

Hurricane is gonna kill most people who don't have good mechanics (to  use the body for power) and footwork lol... 
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Originally posted by blahness blahness wrote:

Originally posted by jimsonapi jimsonapi wrote:

bty rubber last longer than other esn/euro rubber in the long run it save more money.  

If u want to save real money then just use h3 FH h3-50 BH. Those can last for ages as long as you have protective film on. No pun intended but you doesn't sound like ur at the skill level to bubble an h3 anyways so yea... 

Hurricane is gonna kill most people who don't have good mechanics (to  use the body for power) and footwork lol... 

That's one reason I've been using the nittaku hurricane blue... let's you know when you're lazy, and it's also very good/controlled for chopping. 
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hello everyone, finally I made my choice and will comment on your suggestions. 
I use google translate, sorry for the language error that I typed.

IWink thank all of you who answered my doubts.
In the end I chose Xiom Omega 7 Your Max , because of the balance of power he has and it reaches the backhand aggressive level I want.

My Opinions about rubber that you guys suggest.
Mizuno Q5 1.9mm : I just want to be brief, using thin rubber is a nightmare for my aggressive play.
Hurricane 3/3 -50/Nittaku Hurricane blue sponge : I have the technique, good strength to play it on the backhand but I don't like it because it doesn't shake at all, it doesn't support my backhand play compared to the backhand. I prefer spring sponges like springs for my backhand. I always want to win points with strong attacks like flicks, loops and topspins. Thank you to all of you. 

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Originally posted by jimsonapi jimsonapi wrote:

bty rubber last longer than other esn/euro rubber in the long run it save more money.  

If u want to save real money then just use h3 FH h3-50 BH. Those can last for ages as long as you have protective film on. No pun intended but you doesn't sound like ur at the skill level to bubble an h3 anyways so yea... 

I got 4 sheets of MX-P for around $130 USD [tt11], i believe the going rate for dignics in the states is around $90-95.

For two sides of Dignics, that's $~190, or around 6 sheets of top quality ESN rubber. I don't think BTY's durability is three times as good.
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