regmonta on 2/5/2017
The ball is supposed to weigh 2.7g (according to ITTF). DHS 3 star is significantly heavier than ideal. The balls seem more consistent than the DHS 40+ balls at the moment. There are many fake cheap "DHS" balls on the market.
Weight: 2.77 +/- 0.02g (ITTF requires: 2.67-2.77g).
nahte8492 on 8/18/2015
Great ball, good quality and durable.
qvoliszz on 2/25/2015
Be sure to buy this ball in a paper box. There are many fake DHS 3star balls on hte internet, they are mostly sold in plastic bags.
A very good survivor of long trainings and they are good for competitive play at any level. The top performace of the ball lasts for 5 hours, then it becomes a bit less fast and grippy.
Great price/value ratio 3 balls. Official ball for 4 (or 5) olympic games. Actually these balls are lighter then a Nittaku 3 star, but heavier then a common Joola and a Butterfly ball. Heavy spinning balls hit the blade gently. Sound is good.
They loose a bit of their grip with time (2-5h of play), but hitting and contact is always identical. This grip loss can be seen on other balls, but those balls rarely last that long, to see their surface become shiny.
dadsky on 1/30/2015
DHS 3-star balls are good for the price. but the orange balls are terrible quality, i dont know why. for every 9 balls you buy, there is always 1 or 2 EGGS. The white ones are truer and more consistent, and faster.