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    Posted: 10/12/2018 at 9:52am
For sale: new rubbers. Thickness is max unless otherwise mentioned.

Price includes shipping in the continental US. Paypal, gift option  please (otherwise buyer pays another 5%). Feel free to see feedback on my prior sales by clicking on the link in my signature below. First come, first served (cannot reserve rubbers for anyone). Thanks.

5% off if you order 2-3 sheets. 10% off if you order 4-5 sheets. 15% off if you order 6 or more sheets.


New Black ESN RubbersQuantityPrice per sheet
Andro Rasanter R471$35
Donic Acuda Blue P22$31
Donic Baracuda3$31
Donic Bluestorm Z11$33
Gewo Nexxus EL Pro 48SoldSold
Nittaku Fastarc G1SoldSold
Tibhar Evolution MX-P2$32
Xiom Omega V Asia 2.01Sold
Xiom Omega 7 Pro4$39
Xiom Omega 7 Pro 2.01$39
Xiom Omega 7 Pro max     2         $39
New Red ESN RubbersQuantityPrice per sheet
Andro Rasanter R42SoldSold
Andro Rasanter R42 2.03$35
Donic Acuda Blue P23$31
Donic Baracuda 2.02$31
Gewo Nanoflex FT481$33
Tibhar Aurus Prime 2.11$33
Xiom Omega 7 Pro1$39
Tibhar Evolution MX-P1$32


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Black  xiom omega v asia 2.0 is sold.
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Nittaku Fastarc G1 (black) is sold.
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added 2 rubbers.
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Reduced prices on bulk sales
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How heavy are the Donic Baracudas 2.0 when cut? on average, I mean... I am sure you cannot guess the weight of your particular rubbers. Thanks!
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Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

How heavy are the Donic Baracudas 2.0 when cut? on average, I mean... I am sure you cannot guess the weight of your particular rubbers. Thanks!


I think that there is a rubber mass database somewhere. LMK if you cannot find it and I shall try search for the link for you.
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Originally posted by slevin slevin wrote:

Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

How heavy are the Donic Baracudas 2.0 when cut? on average, I mean... I am sure you cannot guess the weight of your particular rubbers. Thanks!


I think that there is a rubber mass database somewhere. LMK if you cannot find it and I shall try search for the link for you.


Well, I found it (at OOAK site) but for 2.0 mm it gives such highly different numbers as 60 g and 68 g uncut. Can the envelopes you have be opened? for some rubbers the envelope can be unsealed and resealed so that the uncut sheet can be weighed. For most rubbers that, alas, cannot be done.

As an example of my reason here is what happened with me when I bought Andro Rasant Grip rubbers. I really like them and bought some (about 2 years ago when Andro was still making them) from tt11 - the uncut weight was about 64 g which is still a bit too heavy for me but somewhat manageable. Recently I bought two rubbers from another store - asking for the lightest they had - and when I got them they were 68 and 69 g uncut which makes them virtually impossible play with (for me). Optimally for me the cut sheet should weigh from 38 to 44 g. A 70 g uncut means that the cut sheet will weigh around 48 g which will mess up the weight and the balance of my setup (killing both my touch game and my shoulder).

So 60g would be great but I cannot risk buying a 68g rubber. That's my cross to bear and my problem, of course.
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get vega Europe. cut size only 40g for max thickness and plays great
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JimT: IMHO, Vega Europe does NOT perform well with the current balls

2 suggestions for light rubbers that fit your criteria AND work with ABS balls:
  1. Donic Acuda Blue P2
  2. Andro Rasanter R42
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All red Andro Rasanter R42 ultramax are sold. R42 red 2.0 are still available.
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1 Omega 7 Pro (black) sold. 3 left
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