[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Speed and Control to have excellent
Averages reviews points
TSP Spectol has been a top-seller for decades and one of the best-known short pips-out rubbers worldwide. Numerous major championships were won by players using Spectol, and even today many top table tennis stars rely on the special features of this legendary pips-out rubber.
With Spectol Blue, TSP presents a new high-end version featuring integrated Dynamic Tension Technology for aggressive pips-out playing style. This rubber is a unique combination of speed provided by the hard open-pore tension OFF sponge and great pips-out effect provided by the special Spectol pips geometry. The blue high-performance sponge of Spectol Blue is slightly harder than the sponge of Spectol Red.
- Short pimples
- Product code
- 43 ± 3
Reviews by user
Spectrum Tsukai （Experience：１０〜２０ years） I've been waiting!
Released had been waiting eagerly! Nashi no problem in both the momentum rotation and try out! We of course can not afford to like glue era is no doubt that you have more than the conventional performance. Males have to choose the blue of the harder it may be good because Red.
All15/15 Speed15 Spin11 Control12 Hardness Little hard
katsuo000 （Experience：１０〜２０ years） The royal road of the table!
We won the TSP Rubber free trial campaign of the table tennis election and used it. When I was a junior high school student, I used the spectrum on the B side, at that time I used a glue. I felt that the impression I used without glue for a while for this time turned to be a plastic ball and the power of the knuckle fell. When becoming a plastic ball and playing with the opponent's table it will be upwardly rotated by friction with the base.
However, I think that the brand called spectrum is healthy and put together in one word, I think that it is a good rubber that balances well the high-speed pitch, the knuckle, the insensitivity to rotation by the ball separation of the royal road of the table rubber. It is perfect for the style of discarding Tsutsuki and using it on the B side, such as angle striking, meat striking, pushing, etc., and driving on the F side.
Although it is not subject to rotation as it is under tension, I think that looking for rotation on the front rubber is nonsense. I felt that the ball slightly fell on the plastic ball, but I thought that this would be supplemented by accustoming. I would like you to use it on Driver Man's B side.
All12/15 Speed14 Spin5 Control13 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Forutiusu FT
Pin-chan （Experience：More than ２０ years） Stiffer than red
I got it with free sample along with Spectral Red.
As with Spectral Red, there was no particularly difficult technology.
Because it is stiffer than red, it is likely that the ball releases quickly, and it may be suitable for players who are mainly battle shots, block shorts.
I feel like wrapping it like when it is red, but it also takes a firm turn.
It may be hard to use for beginners and junior high school students.
I think it is a satisfying rubber even advanced users.
All14/15 Speed14 Spin11 Control12 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Seputia C
blue （Experience：２〜３ years） Vibrant back drive that is difficult with table software!
It is the best rubber that enters so that sucking back drive is difficult even with table software.
In addition, Katman's sharp cut is also a prime mover on the back drive.
Even though it is even more dynamic tension, it can be used even after more than a year.
All13/15 Speed14 Spin11 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Astron Blue
Paco Rain （Experience：５〜１０ years）
Compared to Spectral Red, the speed was suppressed, and it got a more soft shot feel. Recommended for people who want to balance haste and change defense
All14/15 Speed14 Spin12 Control12 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use Rapid
Timo Boll · Break （Experience：More than ２０ years） The best
Speed is wonderful.
The rotation is also wonderful.
Maximum compatibility with Timobol
All15/15 Speed15 Spin15 Control15 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use Kaiten No. 1 Kaiten No. 2
Pekoe （Experience：１０〜２０ years） Back table of the shake
I think there is if you use as.
It was too hard on himself used as a pen table. Since the racket was also got stuck on those stiff, person. I think that those who stuck to the soft racket comes together well to use.
Smash, the counter, I block, such as was good, serve and Bench process I have felt difficult.
All10/15 Speed15 Spin7 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use WFS high SR (rounded type) double-sided correspondence
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