Dawei’s newest long pips.
Dawei claim it’s an improvement over the SavigaV pips, which are by most accounts are pretty good. Dawei says there’s more reversal yet more control. I’m not sure this is possible, but they do hint at a difference in surface texture between the tips and the sides of the pips. This makes for trickier guessing on the amount of reversal, depending on how deep the ball sinks into the pips. From all accounts and from my testing, it seems to be correct.
Quattro created a maximum effect of speed glue inside the rubber, but it’s 100% without speed glue to take moue effect, more control, more power. Although the sponge is softer, it take you more effect of first speed and second speed unimaginably. It’s suitable for offensive and technique style.
The new frictionless long pimpled rubber which has a rough but totally frictionless surface offers outstanding good control for service returning, blocking, attacking and defending, as well as overall disturbing properties for blocking close to the table, thanks to its top hard + body soft pimples.
On the other hand 388D-1 Quattro enables you to attack while producing wobbling balls.
This can be done both on chopped and float balls in order to make your offensive game more deceptive.
This rubber produces a disruptive effect in particular while blocking and straight hitting since the ball is hit very flat and tends to stay low after the bounce.
With a 0.8, 1.2mm sponge, 388D-1 Quattro enables you to produce a dynamic attacking game, putting pressure on your opponent with counter-attacking, lifting and smashing.