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    Posted: 07/14/2017 at 5:33pm
If... I don't really care too much about spin, I only really care about the feeling/control it gives me, as well as the rebound effect for active punching/blocking which seems to be permanent.

6 months? Or longer? 

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Tenergy 64 is way too soft for me actually. Personally, I will change my rubber soon to a harder one.
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I like T64 so much, for me it´s the best BH rubber ever invented. Unfortunately, I can not afford it since it does not last 50% more than similar rubbers. Because it costs 50% more but last the same, if not less than, for example, a Rakza 7 which I´m using now.
How long any rubber will last depends on how much you practice and how clean the floor and the table are, and also the conditions you keep your bat. Heat will damage your rubber very fast. A good clean (on rubber surface) after every practice is also recommended. 
If you take all that care I believe it can last 9 to 11 months, considering 4 hours a week.

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With 10 hours a week it will last you easily 6 months. Should be more than that.
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