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Sunday, December 30, 2012
Donic Bluefire, spin, speed, control and more
Donic seems to have introduced a winner in the Bluefire series (M1, M2, M3). The rubbers boast extraordinary amounts of spin, and have great control. Speed is very good, but that is not their forte. A very balanced series of rubbers, Bluefire can be very effectively used for middle to slightly far from the table play. The rubber is ideal for both backhand and forehand.
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Priced lesser than the Tenergy, Bluefire rubbers are definitely great value for money. An ambitious club level player (USATT rating 1600-2300) can easily adapt from Tenergy since Donic has spent valuable and careful time to research and bring out this rubber. Similarly, for a player above USATT rating of 2300, it is a simple move without major adapting required.
For someone who has money to spare but not a high playing strength, one can still go for this rubber, especially if one is used to the earlier Donic series (Coppa JO Gold, Coppa JO Platin, Sonex JP Gold)
Overall rating: 9.5/10
Value for money rating: 10/10
Other properties: High throw, high arc, slightly heavy