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    Posted: 02/12/2017 at 12:46am
Has anyone tried these rubbers? Any reviews? They say they are made in Germany. DHS rubber that is made in Germany? 
They both seem to be tensor rubbers. Goldarc 8 is labeled as 'power+speed' and Goldarc 5 is 'control+spin'. They are both on the ITTF list of approved racket coverings.

Here is my translation of the German blurb on the back of Goldarc 8:
" The surface of Goldarc 8 has the elasticity of a fully drawn bow, and has high grip. The elasticity comes from the robust pimple geometry. It has big pimples that provide large amounts of power from the mid-distance. The player profits from good feedback; and the clear sound produced upon contact with the ball provides more trust and confidence in one's shots.
Goldarc 8 possesses extreme amounts of speed and spin, and can be used to pressure one's opponent in any situation. The rubber is suitable for both forehand and backhand.
This highly elastic, non-tacky rubber was developed in collaboration with the DHS development centre, German rubber experts, and the multiple-time world champions Wang Liqin and Ma Long."

Here is the translation of Goldarc 5's blurb:
" Goldarc 5 combines a robust pimple geometry with BIOS technology for stable control and excellent feel. The unique harmonisation of grip and tension allows the rubber to be controlled effortlessly. The full value of this rubber is seen with increasing shot strength.
This highly elastic, non-tacky rubber was developed in collaboration with the DHS development centre, German rubber experts, and the multiple-time world champions Wang Liqin and Ma Long."




Edited by Chairman Meow - 02/12/2017 at 12:16pm
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2: Butterfly Perdir-Yasaka Rising Dragon Max-Xiom Sigma II Europe Max
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