Table tennis long pimple Hellfire
Force your opponent to make easier mistakes with the extra portion of cut.
1. Pimples structure:
The pimples of the Hellfire are set wide apart. This is the secret to its unique cut.
The defensive balls behind the table create so much cut that the opponent is forced to push the 2nd or 3rd ball. When playing, the ball seems to get caught between the long pimples.
This reduces the speed of the incoming ball and converts it into cut.
2. Pimples width:
The wider pimple heads with the slightly roughened surface are a trademark of Hellfire. If you hit the ball well, you will give your opponent a real headache.
3. Pimples hardness
Hard, almost porous – one might think. But the stiffer pimples heads of the Hellfire are an absolute guarantee for success. A powerful cutting ball is created, which puts the opponent in a powerful position. The Hellfire also has its qualities in offensive play. The harder pimples allow you to make firm attacking balls right after the ball bounces. Your opponent will quickly be overwhelmed by this variety and will not know how much cut is in which ball.
For the first time since the ban on smooth pimples, the Hellfire has succeeded in creating a new rubber compound and a unique pimples geometry to create a dangerous rubber that still has a moderate speed. Previous long pimples rubbers could only offer one of the two characteristics. The low speed allows you to control passive block balls close to the table. Topspins can be shanked and balls with a lot of cut are easily achieved. The rubber is also very insensitive to offensive shots. This makes fast and placed balls easier.
We recommend the version with the 0.9 mm sponge for the classic defender or the player close to the table who wants a strong cushioning of his shots.
For all pimples players who want to get the most out of their long pimples. More cut simply does not work – especially not when playing with the plastic ball.