Maximum control for every pimple player – from beginner to professional
1. Pimples structure:
The pimples heads of the Easy P are similarly close together as by the Schmerz. In direct comparison, however, you can see that the individual pimples are a little further apart.
2. Pimples width:
The pimples are kept narrow and compact. This gives you excellent control when blocking over the table. You can concentrate on your technique in more detail.
3. Pimples hardness:
The pimple with the softest rubber compound! As you stroke over the rubber, you will notice how smoothly the individual pimples bend. Similar to the offensive rubbers, the pimples also bend: The softer the rubber compound, the slower and more controlled the rubber plays. We have therefore designed a “light playing pimple” for all pimples players.
When developing the Easy P, the focus was on creating a new “light playing pimple” with maximum danger, which you can play close to the table.
Due to a special manufacturing process of the pimple heads, the long pimple has a very low speed.
Topspins can be cut off early above the table. Sometimes even as the ball rises. The pure “Holding” is possible in a very controlled way. Here, the opponent is disturbed with an exact placement in the flow of play. Another specialty is the pressure push on empty balls and undercuts. The Easy P’s high resistance to cutting means that the pressure boost can be used very effectively and successfully.
The Easy P is the perfect way to get started, especially for beginners. You have maximum control and develop a good feeling for the pimples. The speed and rotation of your opponent is eliminated. This allows you to play the ball back easily.
The long pimple is also very suitable for players who want to change from an offensive rubber to a pimples rubber.
But the rubber is also played by players in high divisions. The good control allows you to focus on a good playing technique.
Very controlled long pimples rubber, ideal for beginners and players with good technique.
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