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    Posted: 05/23/2019 at 10:54pm
Hi All,

Can anyone list me some medium pips that are vertical alignment in pip structure and have a soft sponge?

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Originally posted by GeneralSpecific GeneralSpecific wrote:

Victas VO 101

I thought this was more a short pips?
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the new spinlord ORKan
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Originally posted by bokai bokai wrote:

Originally posted by GeneralSpecific GeneralSpecific wrote:

Victas VO 101

I thought this was more a short pips?


Having tried them, I consider them medium pips. I also hated the topsheet, it felt like plastic.
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Originally posted by breakspin breakspin wrote:

the new spinlord ORKan

Have you tried yourself? If so, what you think of it in general?
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Originally posted by GeneralSpecific GeneralSpecific wrote:

Originally posted by bokai bokai wrote:

Originally posted by GeneralSpecific GeneralSpecific wrote:

Victas VO 101

I thought this was more a short pips?


Having tried them, I consider them medium pips. I also hated the topsheet, it felt like plastic.

I currently use it atm and I suppose the topsheet is too soft?
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I don't remember how hard or soft the topsheet is. I only remember it felt slick and slippery compared to other rubbers. More plastic-like than other rubbers.
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Yes i play it since two weeks. Coming from yinhe Pluto and spinlord Keiler/ gipfelsturm I had no adaption time and could play it right away without any problems. Compared to the three mentioned rubbers it feels softest. I used it on two stiffer blades with inner zlc fibre. Speed is absolutely sufficient to pressure opponents on the backhand diagonal. What worked especially well with ORKan was change of speed which troubled my opponents. Still have to test if speed and curve is enough versus higher ranked two wing attackers.
Overall it feels like a mixture of Neubauer diamand and Keiler.
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Originally posted by breakspin breakspin wrote:

Yes i play it since two weeks. Coming from yinhe Pluto and spinlord Keiler/ gipfelsturm I had no adaption time and could play it right away without any problems. Compared to the three mentioned rubbers it feels softest. I used it on two stiffer blades with inner zlc fibre. Speed is absolutely sufficient to pressure opponents on the backhand diagonal. What worked especially well with ORKan was change of speed which troubled my opponents. Still have to test if speed and curve is enough versus higher ranked two wing attackers.
Overall it feels like a mixture of Neubauer diamand and Keiler.

Thanks very much for your mini review! I will try it now! 
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