The TSP Curl P-H Long Pips rubber was produced with the longest and widest pips that the rules will allow. The TSP Curl P-H has the ability to produce a unique "knuckle ball" effect on shots as well as produce effective speed for offensive shots. The TSP Curl P-H allows for short backspin push shots over the table that are not possible with the other long pips rubbers.
The TSP Curl P-H rubber was released in December 2008. This rubber creates unique long pips knuckle balls without very much effort with chopping. It can create variety of spin with chopping but not like TSP Curl P1R where it can generate heavy under spin. It is very stable and slower than TSP Curl P1R. It is possible to push underspin balls easily with TSP Curl P-H.
TSP Curl P-H Interesting long-pimple alternative for all players who are playing close to the table. - similar structured pimples to those of the popular Curl P1 R, but harder - allows aggressive backspin push shots over the table - enables you to place the ball more effectively (close to the table as well as away from the table) - makes it easier to block topspins with a high disturbing effect.
TSP Curl Series:
Four types of TSP long pips rubbers have been approved by ITTF. There designed CURL rubber sheets P1R, and P3 ALPHA R CURL rubbers have been produced to have the optimum level of playing characteristics of the original designs of the P1 and P3 Alpha CURL rubbers. The latest assortment of ITTF approved TSP CURL products are follows:
P1R has the longest and softest pips among the TSP CURL rubbers produces very deceptive spins and actions after bouncing.
P2 has the same design as before. This CURL produces deceiving spins while allowing you exceptional control.
P3 has the same design as before. This CURL is great for a combination of defensive and offensive play.
P3AlphaR is very pliable and has soft long pips produces more deceptive shots than P3and P2. It will also absorb the fastest of drives and spins.