DRIVE SPIN 40
£37.95

612200

DRIVE SPIN 40

Color
  • Red
  • Black
Thickness
  • 2,0mm
  • 1,8mm
Quantity

In Stock

Made in Japan, the Drive Spin is a traditional all-round covering. 

Its qualities are a very substantial lasting grip, moderate transmission of energy plus a fairly soft 40° sponge for heightened sensations. 

Playing Strategies: Def (1.8), Def+ (1.8/2.0), All- (1.8), All (1.8/2.0), All+ (1.8/2.0), Off- (2.0)

Approval                       ITTF
Top-sheet colours Black/Red
Manufacturing Japan
Compact concept Spin, Grip Extend
Strategy All + / Off -
Speed 100
Spin  145
Loop trajectory Medium
Sponge colour Yellow
Sponge thickness 1.8 / 2.0
Sponge Hardness 40°

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Spin

GRIP EXTEND

SPIN CONCEPT

Spin

The GRIP EXTEND enables you to transmit even greater spin in every phase of the game through increased elasticity and impressive level of grip.

The optimisation of the density and geometry of the pimples is one of the keys to performance with the coverings.

The SPIN combination guarantees control and rotation.

The grip is determined by both the sponge + topsheet but mostly by the specification of the topsheet (grip + elasticity + pimples shape).

With a higher grip, the ball spin will be superior and more elasticity will increase the contact surface with the ball. The shape and density of the pimples will also greatly influence the effect. Finally, our technologies will bring enhanced “grip” performance.

Speed

Speed

Speed is determined by both the sponge + topsheet but mostly the specification of the sponge (resilience ‘spring effect’ + thickness + hardness).

A thick sponge (2.0mm or max) best suits OFF/OFF+ players whereas thinner (1.6 or 1.8mm) will offer more control and be more suited to all-round players. Sponge hardness is generally measured in degrees (higher grade = firmer sponge). Our technologies will bring enhanced “speed” performance. 

Features

Made in Japan

ITTF Approved

This covering range is the result of a major joint Research & Development program conducted by Cornilleau and leading Japanese experts.

All our rubbers are accredited by the ITTF for official use in international tournaments.