of the reasons for the Chinese table Tennis Team standing in the forefrontof the
world table tennis circles and not falling into decline for several decades is
attributed to an advanced weapon. The high quality rubber and sponge of this
brand is the best table tennis one rubber approved by the ITTF. It's mail
features are strong explosive force, high elasticity, high speed, good
stickiness, very good strong spinning, enough reserve strength, stable catch,
easy control, supurb and long lasting stable properties. Therefore it takes the
fancy of the world champion, famous players in the world table tennis circles
and players of all countries. It is widely used, suitable for players of all
strokes. It is a powerful weapon for excellent table tennis players to scale new
heights in winning the world championship”
- Superior speed and spin
- Great Fast Attack rubber
- Superior Control
Made with firm 45deg Sponge
- Speed: 10
- Spin: 9
- Control: 9
- Sponge: Firm (45 degrees)
is one of the latest rubber from Globe to be ITTF approved. A very tacky
topsheet combined with a firm 43 degrees sponge, gives this rubber great
speed, excellent spin and still with excellent feel and control.
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Globe LiQin from One of a Kind Trading
Globe LiQin review:
This rubber is BLAZINGLY fast on loops, drives or smashes.
I found this rubber very spinny for serves, Pushes/chops can be done with
great control and very heavy spin.
The firm sponge made it real easy to hit or counter-hit. With a forward
action the ball came off real fast, but it was also real easy to take the pace
off the ball.
Loops could be done with easy, and with excellent speed, high spin and good
control. The firm sponge gave a surprisingly good feel.
This is easily the fastest inverted rubber that Globe has ever made, a great
I tried to speed glue this rubber with 1 layer of tibhar rapid clean
delux. Got a good dome. The effect was very good, added good speed and spin.
Smashing was VERY fast. The good glue effect surprised me a little since sponges
this firm don't usually react that well to speed glue. I'm not sure if it's
recommended for gluing.
I currently use Globe Prize Liqin
45 deg and 729 SP transcend 42/45 deg, not soft by any means. The globe is
better. Same speed and spin, similar hardness, better control. Plus it's $8
cheaper. The 729 topsheet looks smoother at first, but there's no playability
difference. The two topsheets otherwise look exactly the same, but I don't know
about the pip structure. I will be ordering the globe in the future. A warning
though: the globe is very hard to stick on to your blade, the edges curl up,
even when I have about 15 books, a glass cutting board and an iron on top of it.
By Tiwaz (with permission)