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    Posted: 09/03/2019 at 1:25pm
Did anyone tried this either 729 Visnatura or Pando.

Looks like they are produced by 729 , but made in Japan. Kind of curious to know with how its marketed as 'unboosted natural rubber'. I'm thinking to buy a sheet of visnatura. 
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I've been tempted to try it, but I suspect it's going to be similar to other traditional Japan-made rubbers, like mark V, Coppa, Sriver, etc.
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Originally posted by haggisv haggisv wrote:

I've been tempted to try it, but I suspect it's going to be similar to other traditional Japan-made rubbers, like mark V, Coppa, Sriver, etc.

May be.. but I've been using 729 Presto Spin rubber for almost 2 months now. Its unlike Mark V or other Chinese made european style non-tacky rubbers (729 focus3snipe or Palio AK47 line). Its not a tensor rubber but feels similar to Xiom Vega Euro with a slight higher catapult. So, in the same line of characteristics, kind of interested in 729 Visnatura on what it has to offer , with its natural rubber properties and with non-boosted sponge. Only difference being Presto is made in china , visnatura and pando are made in japan. 


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