Table Tennis Rubber: Gewo Hype XT Pro 50.0

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Table Tennis Rubber: Gewo Hype XT Pro 50.0

  • Speed : 125
  • Spin : 122
  • Control : 93
  • Sponge Hardness : Hard
  • Strategy : Offensive +

Table Tennis Rubber: Gewo Hype XT Pro 40.0

The major product of hype GEWO series – the highest rate in another dimension! The FLEX-TECH technology provides maximum precision adjustment in all offensive strokes and DGC40 -surface for consistent, reliable connection when hitting the ball.These breakthrough technologies provide an optimal gameplay for higher class players. Convincing catapult values, high arch due to maximum surface grip and great penetrating power with enormous energy transfer enable successful topspin topspin rallies. High forgiveness without compromising speed, control and swerve were the focus of the two-year development. Despite the speed and dynamics of 50 ° hard sponge the GEWO hype XT 50.0 provides convincing control for modern, cut rich serve / return game due to its non-slip surface. Incredible security for more passive balls, block balls and opening flips allows the sponge / rubber construction (Flextech). In short, the measure of all things in modern table tennis!

  • Speed : 125
  • Spin : 122
  • Control : 93
  • Sponge Hardness : Hard
  • Strategy : Offensive +

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Rubber care

Inverted rubber needs regular cleaning and protection from light, particularly UV light, also humidity and extreme temperatures.


The types and thickness of sponge are specifically designed for different types of games and their selection is an important factor. The sponge thickness ranges from O.5mm to 2.5mm. Speed and spin increases with the thickness of the sponge, but the control decreases.

Sponge thicknesses of 1.9mm – 2.5mm require increased training to maintain good control. Soft sponge enhances control and helps increase spin. 1.1 – 1.3mm for defensive (DEF) to passively all-round players (ALL-). 1.5 – 1.7mm for actively all-round players (ALL/ALL+) 1.9 – 2.1mm – max for offensive players with all variations of speed and spin (OFF-, OFF, OFF+).

Speed Glue

The effect of speed glue is to increase both spin and speed without losing too much control. When using glue it is important to use a blade sealant (varnish) to protect it from splintering and prevent the glue seeping into the blade. The glue is applied to both blade and sponge before play, with at least two coats on the sponge, more coats can be applied, but this is an individual choice. The more coats applied, the higher the performance. The effect of the glue is to expand the sponge increasing its elasticity but reducing control.


ANTI SPIN Pimple in rubber.

The playing surface has very little grip and is very slow with little or no elasticity in the sponge – e.g. Toni Hold (Austria) this is used as a combination rubber with a disruptive effect when playing away from the table and is less effective when blocking or counter hitting. The classic anti spin characteristics are little or no sponge, elasticity, energy absorbent sponge producing minimum amount of spin. However such as Stiga Energy Absorber have faster sponges causing problems to opponents


Pimples 1 .2mm – 1 .6mm long. Less of a threat and not so training intensive as long pimples. The disruptive effect is relatively small. Gives good control with a low trajectory return, but with minimum spin.


These are suitable for defensive and allround players. The long pimples are between 1.6mm and 1.8mm. in length and can be with or without sponge. The thin flexible pimples are the most effective, but are inclined to break off if they are not played face on! The pimples will give unpredictable playing qualities. These will be dependent to a great extent upon the amount of spin and speed on the ball received and also on the angle of the bat when playing the ball. The effect will produce an unpredictable return with irregular flight paths making it difficult for the attacking opponent. This type of rubber needs a great deal of training time if you wish to be successful and obtain maximum effect. Long pimples are ideal for combination bat players who will have a grippy pimple-in rubber on one side of the bat and long pimple-out on the other – introducing a guessing game for the opponent.


Short pimples approx 1.0mm long give a very direct ball rebound with a short ball contact time producing a minimal amount of spin. This is an ideal rubber for players who block and counter hit. It is also good for controlling the opponent’s spin. This rubber is frequently used on the backhand side of the bat.


Short (approx. 1 .0mm long) pimple out – without sponge. The playing characteristics are a passive rubber – with very good ball control but low speed and spin possible making it difficult to give variation in stroke play. PIMPLES IN Is the most versatile rubber giving the largest variation in speed and spin – from the high grippy and speed reduction of the defensive rubber to the high elasticity, spin dynamic offensive rubber covering the whole spectrum in modern table tennis. The characteristics for the pimples in rubber are achieved through various rubber mixtures -e.g. different Indian rubber types and processing – i.e. varying temperatures, supplementary materials etc, making pimples in rubber the most effective available


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