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SpinLord Orkan II 1,8 mm

Rp. 380,000

Speed              : 10

Control            : 7

Spin                 : 9.5

Sponges           : 1.8 mm

Colors              : Red or Black

Sponge Colors   : Orange

Pimple                  : OUT

Click the link below to watch the video :

https://youtu.be/n9E1aP6xZpI

This amazing new semi-long pimple-out rubber features a very tacky rubber compound and cylindrical pimples with ribbed pimple tops. The rubber compound can also be rated as elastic and medium-hard.

Our previous short and semi-long pimple-out rubbers all had conical shaped pimples. The now used cylindrical shape reduces the speed a little bit. As a result the high speed of this rubber is generated only by the sponge, not by the top-sheet. The cylindrical pimples also makes the rubber more dangerous compared to rubbers with conical shaped pimples, because the pimples can wobble easier. The ORKan is ideal for playing block balls and counter-attacks, undercut balls are also easy to play. Due to the shape of the pimples, topspins are not the main strength of this rubber, but they are still possible due to the high friction.

The combination of a slow top-sheet with a fast sponge makes the ball trajectory of both versions often unpredictable and dangerous for the opponent, specially when playing active or passive block balls against topspins - while the sponge enables a high ball accleration, the top-sheet supports a fast sinking trajectory of the ball.

The ORKan is our best offer for all players who are seeking for a semi-long pimple that is easy to play but can offer a very high disruptive effect (which is also higher then that of our other semi-long rubbers Gipfelsturm and Keiler).

SpinLord Orkan OX

Rp. 280,000

Speed              : 9

Control            : 7.5

Spin                 : 9.5

Colors              : Red or Black

Pimple                  : OUT

Sponge Thickness            : OX (Without Sponge)

Click the link below to watch the video :

https://youtu.be/8aHybM0-vKw

This amazing new semi-long pimple-out rubber features a very tacky rubber compound and cylindrical pimples with ribbed pimple tops. The rubber compound can also be rated as elastic and medium-hard.

Our previous short and semi-long pimple-out rubbers all had conical shaped pimples. The now used cylindrical shape reduces the speed a little bit. As a result the high speed of this rubber is generated only by the sponge, not by the top-sheet. The cylindrical pimples also makes the rubber more dangerous compared to rubbers with conical shaped pimples, because the pimples can wobble easier. The ORKan is ideal for playing block balls and counter-attacks, undercut balls are also easy to play. Due to the shape of the pimples, topspins are not the main strength of this rubber, but they are still possible due to the high friction.

The ORKan is our best offer for all players who are seeking for a semi-long pimple that is easy to play but can offer a very high disruptive effect (which is also higher then that of our other semi-long rubbers Gipfelsturm and Keiler).

Spinlord Ultra Power - FL

Rp. 1,100,000

Speed              : 9.5

Control            : 8

Weight ca        : 80 g.

Plies                 : 3+2

Type of blade  : WOOD + ARAMID

Speed level      : OFF+

Size of blade   : ca. 155 x 152 mm

Total thickness of the blade : ca. 7,2 mm

Veneers :

Hinoki (outer veneer FH), Aramid, Kiri (core-wood), Aramid, Hinoki (outer veneer BH)

Ultra high quality Hinoki blade. Soft and very fast. This blade should be played only by experienced players.

The handles of this blade are made of massive hard Balsa.

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SpinLord Gipfelsturm 1,5 mm

Rp. 380,000

Speed              : 10

Control            : 8.5

Spin                 : 9.5

Colors              : Red/Black

Sponges           : 1.5 mm

Type of rubber                                    : Strange Short Pips

Sponge color                           : Orange

Click the link below to watch the video :

https://youtu.be/zdVQGNMp7aY

The SpinLord Gipfelsturm is a totally new kind of pimple-out rubber.

The pimples are longer then those of most long pimple-out rubbers, but this rubber plays itself almost like a normal short pimple-out rubber with the advantage of being at least as dangerous as semi-long pimple-out rubbers.

Gipfelsturm makes this possible with its unique shape of the pimples. The pimples are not only very long (1,65 mm), but they are also very wide (1,98 mm at the top of the pimples) and have a conical shape (so the pimples are even wider at the bottom). The space between the pimples is very small (slightly over 1,0 mm). The pimple tops are ribbed.

As a result, it is a little bit difficult to say what Gipfelsturm is - short, semi-long, long ?

But we think it is best to classify this rubber to be a short pimple-out rubber, semi-long would also be okay, but with a long pimple-out rubber Gipfelsturm has nothing in common.

Gipfelsturm has a soft touch, although rubber and sponge actually are medium-hard.

Both top-sheet and sponge are very elastic. Unlike other short pimple-out rubbers, the pimples can even wobble a little bit, specially when playing block balls close to the table. The sponge can also provide a good built-in speed-gluing effect.

This rubber is very good for playing with spin, either flipping the ball over the table or playing a topspin. Block balls and counter attacks are very effective and comfortable to play with Gipfelsturm and can be played aggressive with high speed or rather passive. In any way Gipfelsturm is dangerous enough to force the opponent to make easy mistakes. Undercut balls and powerful shots are also possible, but for this Degu and Waran are better.

Gipfelsturm is not so easy to play as out other Short pimple-out rubbers (although the control is still higher then the control of most semi-long pimple-out rubbers), and the rubber is also a little bit heavier. But for experienced players looking for a combination of high speed, much spin and a good disruptive effect, this rubber will be the best choice.

Waran is even faster, but not so dangerous, Degu has even more spin, but is slower and also less dangerous, Keiler is also fast and dangerous, but not so good for playing with spin. So we hope this comparison helps you to understand what Gipfelsturm has been made for.

Please note that this rubber can´t be produced with a thicker sponge then 1,8 mm - on the other hand we think that for most players 1,8 mm will also be the best choice.

Spinlord Gigant 1,2 mm

Rp. 340,000

Speed              : 2

Control            : 10

Spin                 : 5

Colors              : Red/Black

Sponges           : 1.2 mm

Type of rubber                                    : Anti-Spin

Sponge color                           : Red

Click the link below to watch the video :

https://youtu.be/qSxIPdrAFJA

Our new table-tennis rubber „Gigant“ is a totally new kind of „Anti“ rubber. Gigant is very slow and very power absorbing, but it is not frictionless and also not similar to classical Antis with friction. That also means it is completely different from our first Anti „Sandwind“.

Gigant has been specially developed for the new plastic balls as many players feel that frictionless and classical Antis are not dangerous enough with these balls.

The top-sheet of Gigant is very hard. The surface of the rubber is not sanded like classical Antis and not treated like frictionless Antis, it is glossy (slightly shiny) like normal inverted rubbers. Actually it even has a little bit of grip, although not very much due to the special rubber compound.

The sponge of Gigant is a soft dampening sponge of the newest generation. It reduces the speed of the rubber to a level that can be compared to that of frictionless Antis.

But unlike these rubbers Gigant can be used both for blocking at the table and for classical defense away from the table.

Gigant is completely insensitive to incoming spin, but own strokes with this rubber can be played with or without spin. With Gigant all kinds of undercut and block balls can be played easily, the ball trajectory will always be very flat and short. Undercut balls even have enough spin to make it very hard for the opponent to attack with a topspin.

With Gigant it is very effective to block topspins of the opponent directly at the table. Not only can the player make his game dangerous through a precise ball placement. Specially when blocking topspins of the opponent, the trajectory of the ball is very hard for the opponent to predict, making it almost impossible for him to continue to attack.

And unlike frictionless Antis, there are no special techniques needed to play all these strokes. Players who have played tacky inverted rubbers before can easily control Gigant after only a few hours of practice.

How is all this possible?

The secret of Gigant is that the inverted pimples of Gigant are very long and make the top-sheet a little bit elastic despite its hardness.

Of course there are also strokes that Gigant is not suitable for. Specially topspins are very difficult to play with this rubber, and it is also hard to smash the ball. This makes Gigant ideal for players who attack with their FH and defend with their BH. These players will find it very convenient that Gigant is still very slow even on fast blades.

Gigant can be played by players of all levels, not only by low-level players like common Antis with friction. Also the weight of the rubber is very low.

SpinLord Keiler 1,8 mm

Rp. 340,000

Speed              : 10.5

Control            : 7.5

Spin                 : 9

Colors              : Red/Black

Sponges           : 1.8 mm

Type of rubber                                    : Medium Pips

Sponge color                           : Orange

Click the link below to watch the video :

https://youtu.be/9Uzx3kLcQD8

SpinLord Keiler is a fast and dangerous semi-long pimple-out rubber. It combines a soft top-sheet with a medium-hard sponge. Both sponge and top-sheet provide a good built-in speed-gluing effect. The pimples of this rubber also are very sturdy.

The Keiler has almost the same speed as the Waran, but it is softer and its conical shaped, ripped pimples are smaller and longer.

Keiler can be used both for attack and defense. Block balls, chopping, effective counter attacks, hard shots – almost everything is possible with this rubber (only playing topspins with this rubber is a little bit more difficult). Keiler is very dangerous when used for playing passive block balls: Although the sponge is no dampening sponge, it will absorb some speed. Also the pimples are long enough to wobble a little bit. As a result block balls will have a unpredictable and very short ball trajectory. A similar effect can be seen when attacking with this rubber, but the sponge then will not absorb speed, it will add additional speed to the ball like a spring.

But to be honest, we also have to say, that Keiler does not have the extreme power of the Waran for quick attacks and hard shots, and playing undercut balls is also a little bit weaker compared to this rubber. As a result Keiler is more a rubber to confuse the opponent with playing a mixture of passive block balls and active counter attacks with short arm movements, instead of beating him with a continuous powerful offense.

One of the main strength of Keiler is that unlike other rubbers it does not loose any disruption effect when playing with plastic balls. And unlike other semi-long pimple-out rubbers it can also be played by professional players.

Keiler is also easy to play: Although it is fast and dangerous this rubber makes it possible to have extraordinary precision and control in all the players strokes. Keiler is not so extremely simple to play as our SpinLord Degu of course, and also not so insensitive to incoming spin, but it surely has more control then similar rubbers from other brands. It is also one of the very few semi-long pimple-out rubbers that can be played also as forehand rubber. Actually some good players play Keiler even on both sides – this shows how effective this rubber can be.

SpinLord Keiler Ox

Rp. 260,000

Speed              : 10.5

Control            : 7.5

Spin                 : 9

Colors              : Red/Black

Sponges           : ox

Type of rubber                                    : Medium Pips

Click the link below to watch the video :

https://youtu.be/9Uzx3kLcQD8

SpinLord Keiler is a fast and dangerous semi-long pimple-out rubber. It combines a soft top-sheet with a medium-hard sponge. Both sponge and top-sheet provide a good built-in speed-gluing effect. The pimples of this rubber also are very sturdy.

The Keiler has almost the same speed as the Waran, but it is softer and its conical shaped, ripped pimples are smaller and longer.

Keiler can be used both for attack and defense. Block balls, chopping, effective counter attacks, hard shots – almost everything is possible with this rubber (only playing topspins with this rubber is a little bit more difficult). Keiler is very dangerous when used for playing passive block balls: Although the sponge is no dampening sponge, it will absorb some speed. Also the pimples are long enough to wobble a little bit. As a result block balls will have a unpredictable and very short ball trajectory. A similar effect can be seen when attacking with this rubber, but the sponge then will not absorb speed, it will add additional speed to the ball like a spring.

But to be honest, we also have to say, that Keiler does not have the extreme power of the Waran for quick attacks and hard shots, and playing undercut balls is also a little bit weaker compared to this rubber. As a result Keiler is more a rubber to confuse the opponent with playing a mixture of passive block balls and active counter attacks with short arm movements, instead of beating him with a continuous powerful offense.

One of the main strength of Keiler is that unlike other rubbers it does not loose any disruption effect when playing with plastic balls. And unlike other semi-long pimple-out rubbers it can also be played by professional players.

Keiler is also easy to play: Although it is fast and dangerous this rubber makes it possible to have extraordinary precision and control in all the players strokes. Keiler is not so extremely simple to play as our SpinLord Degu of course, and also not so insensitive to incoming spin, but it surely has more control then similar rubbers from other brands. It is also one of the very few semi-long pimple-out rubbers that can be played also as forehand rubber. Actually some good players play Keiler even on both sides – this shows how effective this rubber can be.

SpinLord Degu II 1,0 mm

Rp. 340,000

Speed              : 7

Control            : 9

Spin                 : 8.5

Colors              : Red/Black

Sponges           : 1.0 mm

Type of rubber                                    : Short Pips

Sponge color                           : Orange

Degu II combines the same top-sheet as the Degu (it is really absolute identical) with a slower and harder sponge "Made In Japan". This sponge has a very high quality and is very elastic, but it does not have any built-in speed-gluing effect. Actually the sponge of this rubber is the same sponge that is also used for our SpinLord Tiger.

Although the sponge is medium hard and not very hard you will be amazed how much harder the Degu II is compared to the Degu !

This sponge makes the Degu II ideal for chopping and blocking (in 1,0 mm) or for an allround playing style (in 1,5 / 1,8 mm). The short placement of blocked balls succeeds effortlessly, and undercut balls are very easy and effective to play. For these two kinds of strokes Degu II is even our best Short pimple-out rubber: The balls have a very flat ball bounce and can be placed very precise.

The control values of Degu II are altogether amazingly high.

Degu II is also more dangerous for the opponent then the Degu, but weaker in looping. Smashing the ball is also possible with the Degu II, but the power of this rubber is clearly much lower then of our other Short pimple-out rubbers.

We made Degu II mainly for players who previously played classical Short pimple-out rubbers with harder sponges from Chinese brands. Compared to these rubbers the Degu II offers a better quality, can be played more versatile and the control is noticeably higher, while the overall feeling is not completely different, so these players will find it to be very easy to change to Degu II.

Also Degu II is a good option for players who played inverted rubbers before and want to try a Short pimple-out rubber as an option to increase the control on their backhand side.

Spinlord Side Tape

Rp. 10,000

Wide   : ± 1 cm

Length : 45 cm

for 1 Blade

Side tape/edge tape for :

- Protect blade when hit the table

- Beautify the appearance

SpinLord Degu II 1,8 mm

Rp. 340,000

Speed              : 7

Control            : 9

Spin                 : 8.5

Colors              : Red/Black

Sponges           : 1.8 mm

Type of rubber                                    : Short Pips

Sponge color                           : Orange

Degu II combines the same top-sheet as the Degu (it is really absolute identical) with a slower and harder sponge "Made In Japan". This sponge has a very high quality and is very elastic, but it does not have any built-in speed-gluing effect. Actually the sponge of this rubber is the same sponge that is also used for our SpinLord Tiger.

Although the sponge is medium hard and not very hard you will be amazed how much harder the Degu II is compared to the Degu !

This sponge makes the Degu II ideal for chopping and blocking (in 1,0 mm) or for an allround playing style (in 1,5 / 1,8 mm). The short placement of blocked balls succeeds effortlessly, and undercut balls are very easy and effective to play. For these two kinds of strokes Degu II is even our best Short pimple-out rubber: The balls have a very flat ball bounce and can be placed very precise.

The control values of Degu II are altogether amazingly high.

Degu II is also more dangerous for the opponent then the Degu, but weaker in looping. Smashing the ball is also possible with the Degu II, but the power of this rubber is clearly much lower then of our other Short pimple-out rubbers.

We made Degu II mainly for players who previously played classical Short pimple-out rubbers with harder sponges from Chinese brands. Compared to these rubbers the Degu II offers a better quality, can be played more versatile and the control is noticeably higher, while the overall feeling is not completely different, so these players will find it to be very easy to change to Degu II.

Also Degu II is a good option for players who played inverted rubbers before and want to try a Short pimple-out rubber as an option to increase the control on their backhand side.

SpinLord Dornenglanz ox

Rp. 290,000

Speed              : 4.5

Control            : 4

Deception        : 10

Colors              : Red/Black

Sponges           : ox

Type of rubber                                    : Long Pips

Durability of the pimples        : Slightly below average

Pimple tops                             : Flat, slightly sticky

Shape of the pimples               : Straight

Click the link below to watch the video :

https://youtu.be/8x2CjVoYN5g

Without doubt the SpinLord Dornenglanz is our most famous long pimple-out rubber and it is also one of the best-selling rubbers of this category in the world.

This rubber has one disadvantage: The pimples are not as sturdy as those of some other rubbers, they can break rather fast if used for powerful shots. A small hint from our side: The red rubbers are in average more sturdy then the black rubbers, but the black ones are a little bit softer and more tacky.

The main advantage of this rubber is also quite clear: For playing block balls it is by far the most dangerous long pimple-out rubber in the world.

Some players even say that it is also very good for chopping and attacking, but we think for these strokes there are better rubbers. But if it is necessary, these can also be played effective and precise.

Playing block balls is superb in all variations, with or without using the wrist, active or passive. No matter with what technique you prefer playing block balls, the Dornenglanz is always the best choice if the highest possible disruptive effect is the most important point for you. And compared to the disruptive effect the Dornenglanz is still quite easy to play.

Many professional players also claim that they have chosen the Dornenglanz because it is very reliable - in any situation of the game, no matter how the opponent plays, it is easy to keep the ball under control and avoid easy mistakes. That the Dornenglanz is also rather insensitive to incoming spin clearly supports this.

The speed of the Dornenglanz is medium high. The rubber compound is elastic and medium hard. The pimples are very thin and have a cylindrical shape. The space between the pimples is rather large. The tops of the pimples are flat and even a little bit sticky. Previously a sticky top-sheet was only possible with inverted rubbers - Dornenglanz was the first rubber to change this. The pimple tops are even covered with a protection foil. Meanwhile some other brands have copied this, but actually SpinLord was the first brand to present such a rubber.

The Dornenglanz is a long pimple-out rubber for advanced players. but with some practice also average players can fully master this rubber.

Only if you never have played a long pimple-out rubber before, or you wish for a more versatile rubber, or a rubber with the highest possible control, then the Dornenglanz will not be the best choice for you.

SPINLORD Keiler 1.5 mm

Rp. 340,000

Speed              : 10.5

Control            : 7.5

Spin                 : 9

Colors              : Red/Black

Sponges           : 1.5 mm

Type of rubber                                    : Medium Pips

Sponge color                           : Orange

Click the link below to watch the video :

https://youtu.be/9Uzx3kLcQD8

SpinLord Keiler is a fast and dangerous semi-long pimple-out rubber. It combines a soft top-sheet with a medium-hard sponge. Both sponge and top-sheet provide a good built-in speed-gluing effect. The pimples of this rubber also are very sturdy.

The Keiler has almost the same speed as the Waran, but it is softer and its conical shaped, ripped pimples are smaller and longer.

Keiler can be used both for attack and defense. Block balls, chopping, effective counter attacks, hard shots – almost everything is possible with this rubber (only playing topspins with this rubber is a little bit more difficult). Keiler is very dangerous when used for playing passive block balls: Although the sponge is no dampening sponge, it will absorb some speed. Also the pimples are long enough to wobble a little bit. As a result block balls will have a unpredictable and very short ball trajectory. A similar effect can be seen when attacking with this rubber, but the sponge then will not absorb speed, it will add additional speed to the ball like a spring.

But to be honest, we also have to say, that Keiler does not have the extreme power of the Waran for quick attacks and hard shots, and playing undercut balls is also a little bit weaker compared to this rubber. As a result Keiler is more a rubber to confuse the opponent with playing a mixture of passive block balls and active counter attacks with short arm movements, instead of beating him with a continuous powerful offense.

One of the main strength of Keiler is that unlike other rubbers it does not loose any disruption effect when playing with plastic balls. And unlike other semi-long pimple-out rubbers it can also be played by professional players.

Keiler is also easy to play: Although it is fast and dangerous this rubber makes it possible to have extraordinary precision and control in all the players strokes. Keiler is not so extremely simple to play as our SpinLord Degu of course, and also not so insensitive to incoming spin, but it surely has more control then similar rubbers from other brands. It is also one of the very few semi-long pimple-out rubbers that can be played also as forehand rubber. Actually some good players play Keiler even on both sides – this shows how effective this rubber can be.