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    Posted: 09/30/2018 at 6:16am
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Whatever one thinks about the review, that guy has a backhand to envy.
>60yo, losing weight 30 pounds to go

Xiom ZX1 (Blade) + DHS hurricane H3/H8 (rubbers)

When all else fails, there is always delusion.
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Strange way to test a vip 2018 !! It's just funny...wo information on the blade or the thickness, sponge etc...
Those vip 2018 are supposed to be boosted. They are more and more popular in France and Germany. Something powerfull and easier to use than an h3.
Especially the black one with the blue sponge. It is really hard to play wo booster.
They are using the international release (red jacket) with probably a chinese hardness of 38 deg and blue sponge.
For the forehand, i can recommend a black vip 2018 with 39 hardness blue sponge (black jacket), and to boost it with 3 layers of white lidu.
And for backhand, a red one, with orange sponge at 38 deg, and also 3 layers of booster.
From my point of view, Well better than an h3 for the plastic ball !!!
Ho...and i forgot the best thing, only 90 yuans, and extremly durable :)
If you like this type of rubber, you may also try the 729 battle 2.
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And i just saw that this video was made by the spinlord's creator shop, ttdd.de.
They are serious and give good advices , for sure.
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