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GEWO Nexxus EL Pro 43 - Offensive Table Tennis Rubber

GEWO Nexxus EL Pro 43 - Offensive Table Tennis Rubber

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GEWO Nexxus EL Pro 43 - Offensive Table Tennis Rubber

GEWO Nexxus EL Pro 43 - Superb ball contact. Great feel, spin, and speed. Enjoy the new experience.

The GEWO Nexxus EL Pro 43 is the perfect combination of maximum surface grip, speed, spin, and control. The GEWO Nexxus series is a line of modern-day offensive table tennis sponge designed for the high spin, and power play of today's professional table tennis game. This rubber is engineered to produce high-performance results from the new ABS 40+ ball.

The Power Package of the Nexxus series Maximum dynamics and an arced spin trajectory combined with enormous catapult effect are the prime features of this modern day offensive rubber. FLEX-TEC technology provides for maximum speed, while the DGC40+ 2.0 top sheet guarantees consistent and reliable coupling when the bat hits the ball., especially if used with maximum sponge thickness of 2.3 mm.

Nexxus' sponge contains a speed oriented elastic middle enabling variant-rich, spin-attacking situations. Advantages: safe opening, maximum ball feedback thanks to the soft touch both in attacking and passive playing situations. Loads of spin and swerve in serve/return situations thanks to the spinny nexxTT top sheet.


  • High trajectory, less proneness to faults when taking your play to the limit; with its 43 medium-hard spin-focused EL sponge, it is a true all-rounder in the Nexxus Pro series.
  • Ideal for modern offensive players preferring, elastic materials for their variant-rich playing styles.
  • For players aiming at winning their points through precise ball placement and spin variants rather than through maximum end speed.

Manufacturer Specifications:

Speed: 118/100
Control: 96/100
Spin: 128/100
Hardness: Medium-Hard Euro 43.3%, Japan 33.0%

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