On his own website, Stevie Moises waxes lyrical about this tipper:
One of my own new favourites ! The sound of this “Makassar Ebony” split tipper with built-in beech center is less “clicky” than the N-EF 1 and more defined / present than a “Hotrod” tipper. If you close your eyes you think you hear a Hi-Hat of a drumkit. This tipper produces a louder and warmer bass than a usual tipper but gives more attack than a “Hotrod” tipper. Also very high “plopps” are easily to play without loosing the “tsch” of the Hi-Hat sound. This tipper incorporates the qualities of many tippers in one very unique effect tipper. …I just love it :o)
As with the N-EF 1, the flanks of the clicker curve slightly inward to prevent them becoming uneven, and the edges are smoothed so as not to damage your drum head. The tapered shape makes the tipper effortless to hold, which makes your playing more relaxed and easier, whether you play in a Kerry double-ended or a single-ended style. Diameter tapers from 13 mm to 10mm, length 26 cm, weight approx 22 grams.