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    Posted: 02/24/2023 at 10:51am
Hi all,

I used to be an avid Tenergy 05 user until I noticed that even modest levels of condensation in the playing hall lead to problems with spin and grippiness, adversely affecting my game.

Is there any good Tenergy 05 alternative co combat this? I'm looking for something rather soft (or not too hard at least), suitable for backhand flicks and forehand open-ups.

I like to play the same rubber on both wings so looking for one single rubber for FH and BH ideally (not a dealbreaker)

Thank you!
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T05 is basically already the best non-tacky rubber for humid conditions. The only thing better would be Dignics or sticky rubber. 
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Dignics 05 is noticeably more grippy and durable. But also harder. Maybe wait for the new Glacier
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Originally posted by Shifu Shifu wrote:

Dignics 05 is noticeably more grippy and durable. But also harder. Maybe wait for the new Glacier
When will it be available?
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Hurricane 8 -80 is both tacky and grippy and also 3 times cheaper 
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FH: Hurricane 8-80
BH: D05

Back to normal shape bats :(
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Originally posted by TT newbie TT newbie wrote:

Originally posted by Shifu Shifu wrote:

Dignics 05 is noticeably more grippy and durable. But also harder. Maybe wait for the new Glacier
When will it be available?
April
Amit Agarwal

Blade : Michael Maze
FH : T05 max
BH : R47
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