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    Posted: 02/13/2022 at 9:03pm
Hello, 

I would like to know if there's any affordable Chinese short pips similar to Rakza PO.

Somebody brought one and I liked how it behaved like an inverted rubber, basically you could do same strokes with it.

My previous pips were DHS sharping and yinhe Pluto but didn't like them because of the lack of spin, the ball just shoots straight out of the table

Any thoughts?
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Originally posted by Reaper Reaper wrote:

Hello, 

I would like to know if there's any affordable Chinese short pips similar to Rakza PO.

Somebody brought one and I liked how it behaved like an inverted rubber, basically you could do same strokes with it.

My previous pips were DHS sharping and yinhe Pluto but didn't like them because of the lack of spin, the ball just shoots straight out of the table

Any thoughts?

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Yinhe Uranus Pro (link). Medium sponge has better control, soft sponge has more spin. $10.50 at princett.com. Slower than Rakza PO but much better for backhand. Also a little slower than Nittaku Moristo SP. While it does impart some spin on the ball you would really have to roll instead of using banana flips, similar to what Mima Ito is doing.

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princett.com is not answering email nor facebook messages, have you purchased anything lately from them?

any other website that you can recommend?

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Edited by Reaper - 05/20/2022 at 12:59pm
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Yes, Uranus Poly with standard sponge is famous for having a devilish catapulta to project the ball forward. Uranus Pro version plays still faster. Aliexpress has it on sell for 9 Usd.

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I'm not looking for catapult effect nor speed, I need a rubber that grab the ball and put spin in it with a backhand stroke like chiquita wrist flip.
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I have tried a variety of short pips. I can't think of any that can do what you need them to do. If you are able to move away from short pips, I do know that Stiga chop & Drive 1.5, or even 1.1, can do what you need. It has no catapult effect, is very grippy, and is very controllable on a stiff defensive plus or all around blade. I could not get it to work well on a soft or flexy blade.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mykonos96 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05/22/2022 at 4:29pm
Originally posted by Reaper Reaper wrote:

I'm not looking for catapult effect nor speed, I need a rubber that grab the ball and put spin in it with a backhand stroke like chiquita wrist flip.


Any rubber or sp can do that.
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