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    Posted: 07/18/2018 at 2:49pm
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Why not take the initiative. Buy the rubber and test it yourself. Would be waiting for your review soon. Wink

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Also get bloom series spin/arc, I'm interested :)
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I've been playing 729 presto spin on my backhand for a few weeks now, and the performance is just awesome. Better than any ESN tensor, I've tried on my backhand. It suits my technique, and so many shots land on the table. It is not very spin sensitive, and has good springy Ness without the catapault. I haven't tried on a wooden blade but it really shines on a carbon one. It can put so much spin, it is enough to put opponents away, something that has been tougher to come by since the ABS Era has come along

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Palio R57 Penhold
729 Battle II FH
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Originally posted by jk92 jk92 wrote:

I've been playing 729 presto spin on my backhand for a few weeks now, and the performance is just awesome. Better than any ESN tensor, I've tried on my backhand. It suits my technique, and so many shots land on the table. It is not very spin sensitive, and has good springy Ness without the catapault. I haven't tried on a wooden blade but it really shines on a carbon one. It can put so much spin, it is enough to put opponents away, something that has been tougher to come by since the ABS Era has come along


Are Presto rubbers tacky? Or moe like european ?
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WHY HARD SPONGE ???

Hard sponge will give much more Velocity to the ball.
HARD sponge is the General Trend of XXI Century, well-fit for the plastic ball.
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I havw watched the review on YouTube and in fact I did like it, but honestly I'm not going to purchase an unknown rubber for 20-23€ by no means, if I can get any well know ESN for 30 or even less.



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Originally posted by patelaaaa patelaaaa wrote:

Originally posted by jk92 jk92 wrote:

I've been playing 729 presto spin on my backhand for a few weeks now, and the performance is just awesome. Better than any ESN tensor, I've tried on my backhand. It suits my technique, and so many shots land on the table. It is not very spin sensitive, and has good springy Ness without the catapault. I haven't tried on a wooden blade but it really shines on a carbon one. It can put so much spin, it is enough to put opponents away, something that has been tougher to come by since the ABS Era has come along


Are Presto rubbers tacky? Or moe like european ?

They are non-tacky, I was able to buy mine for 19 USD 
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Originally posted by jk92 jk92 wrote:

Originally posted by patelaaaa patelaaaa wrote:

Originally posted by jk92 jk92 wrote:

I've been playing 729 presto spin on my backhand for a few weeks now, and the performance is just awesome. Better than any ESN tensor, I've tried on my backhand. It suits my technique, and so many shots land on the table. It is not very spin sensitive, and has good springy Ness without the catapault. I haven't tried on a wooden blade but it really shines on a carbon one. It can put so much spin, it is enough to put opponents away, something that has been tougher to come by since the ABS Era has come along


Are Presto rubbers tacky? Or moe like european ?

They are non-tacky, I was able to buy mine for 19 USD 

Thanks. So, it might play similar to Palio AK47/Focus3snipe. I'll probably give it a try later on. 
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Originally posted by patelaaaa patelaaaa wrote:

Originally posted by jk92 jk92 wrote:

Originally posted by patelaaaa patelaaaa wrote:

Originally posted by jk92 jk92 wrote:

I've been playing 729 presto spin on my backhand for a few weeks now, and the performance is just awesome. Better than any ESN tensor, I've tried on my backhand. It suits my technique, and so many shots land on the table. It is not very spin sensitive, and has good springy Ness without the catapault. I haven't tried on a wooden blade but it really shines on a carbon one. It can put so much spin, it is enough to put opponents away, something that has been tougher to come by since the ABS Era has come along


Are Presto rubbers tacky? Or moe like european ?


They are non-tacky, I was able to buy mine for 19 USD 


Thanks. So, it might play similar to Palio AK47/Focus3snipe. I'll probably give it a try later on. 
I've tried ak47 and focus 3 snipe before and with no disrespect, they are not as good. Presto just has ridiculously good performance
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[/QUOTE] I've tried ak47 and focus 3 snipe before and with no disrespect, they are not as good. Presto just has ridiculously good performance [/QUOTE]

Sounds good. Do you mean Presto is a better factory tuned rubber over Palio AK47? In that case, is it controllable? I still have a developing forehand. Although I've bought Tibhar MXP,Xiom Vega rubbers, keeping away from these rubbers (for now) as I'm not quite dynamically adapted in changing the angle of my wrist as per the spin on the ball on my FH.  Being said, I might try Presto in the future. 
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