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      Tuttle Beijing 4 any good ?

      this Tuttle Beijing 4 rubber (it is a new one from Tuttle) seems to be something rather nice as an alternative to the too expensive stuff and seems to play not like the hard tacky Chinese rubbers.
      at ttdd.de you can buy them now for less than 20 !

      Anybody tried these ? Info ?

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      Quote Originally Posted by phillypong View Post
      this Tuttle Beijing 4 rubber (it is a new one from Tuttle) seems to be something rather nice as an alternative to the too expensive stuff and seems to play not like the hard tacky Chinese rubbers.
      at ttdd.de you can buy them now for less than 20 !

      Anybody tried these ? Info ?
      If it doesn't play like a hard tacky Chinese rubber, im not interested.
      Anyways, ttnpp.com sells it too.

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      Quote Originally Posted by JustAlt View Post
      If it doesn't play like a hard tacky Chinese rubber, im not interested.
      Anyways, ttnpp.com sells it too.
      No, ttnpp.com does not sell the Tuttle Beijing 4 ! (i made a mistake here guys)

      I apologize JustAlt, indeed they sell the Beijing 4 (but only in 2mm or 2,1 mm , on the ttdd.de site you can buy the 1,8 mm also),
      i just didn't see it in the Tuttle listing ! Sorry.
      Last edited by phillypong; 04-26-2012 at 08:37 AM.

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      Phillypong: Yes they do! (please follow link) http://ttnpp.com/shop/tuttle-beijing...nge-p-556.html

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      i had seen this video , but i dont trust his opinion because he is working for the shop selling this Beijing 4 rubber, also he does not really have a good rating system for rubbers (spin, speed, tackyness, ...)
      comparing with several other rubbers for example would also be interesting to know

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      Anybody has some more info on this rubber ?

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      It's a soft rubber. The "click" when you do the topspin it's very nice.

      The throw angle is medium, and the topsheet is grippy, not tacky at all.

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