DHS Cloud and Fog 3

DHS Cloud and Fog 3 Pips
Approx. $ 13 USD
Price $

User Ratings (24)

Speed 6.8
Spin 5.7
Control 7.4
Deception 8.1
Reversal 7.3
Weight 2.6   
Sponge Hardness 5.8   
Consistency 8.9   
Always identical
Durability 9.3   
Lasts a long time!
Overall 8.1 10
Manufacturer Details
Type Long pips
There are 7 users using the DHS Cloud and Fog 3.

Reviews (18)

chop  4 months ago

DHS Cloud & Fog III are very good pimples! I am using it in 1.0mm (red) on my Bytterfly Joo Se Hyuk blade with DHS TG2 Syline Neo (max). I totally agree with the manufacture description of this long pips. C&F III are great for chop and attack. You don't have to modify your BH stroke to attack with these pimples. Attack as you would with regular inverted rubber. Also, if you twiddle, it is very easy and effective to attack from FH side with C&F III. You basically, can play any stroke with these pimples with great control (attack, defense, or any modifications of block/push-chop). Of course, it all comes to your playing experience with pimples and the ability to control the ball. (these all comes with experience.) All in all, C&F III 1.0mm is a great ALL-rounder long pips. Practice often and you get good results with it. P.S. A basic advice for beginner LP players: Do not jump from one pimples to another in the sort period of time!!! You will disappoint yourself and probably go back to the regular inverted rubber. Play with one pimples for at least 5-6 months and learn the stroke!!! before moving to something else. You will not succeed in your quest of finding magic long pimples with great control and great deception at the same time. Do not look for the pips that might win the entire game for you. Most likely, you will lower your self-esteem and spend a lot of money on your experiments. Sooner or later you will come to understanding that proper strategy and technique of your stroke is much more important than the brand of long pips you are using. Remember, that long pips are just your tool to victory, no other way around!!! Hope it was helpful. Peace.
scottyu  on 9/4/2014

pay a lil more and buy curl p-1 or grassdtechs
Patchie00  on 4/16/2012

Updated Review. After using this rubber for two thirds of a season, one word wow! I use this long pips to hit & drive balls, play close to the table blocks & blocks. Service return is great, I can return any service with ease. Blocks do give a sort of knuckle effect, when returning side spin I hit/drive the ball which sends the ball back in an "S" motion as it returns over the net. I am a mid distance player and have this long pimpled out rubber in red 1.0mm on the bh of a Yinhe/Galaxy LQ-2 Def+ blade, which is more like ALL/All+. I hit drives with my BH from close to around 6 feet back with a great deal of accuracy and hardly had to modify my bh stroke to do so. Thus this confuses opponents as ball tends to skid off there end of the table. I get asked repeatedly what pimples am I using. My FH rubber is DHS G888 2.2mm black. A very good combo as my FH is mainly loop. If you play a very active all game on your BH with long pimples I recommend these. I will not be trying any other long pimples these are perfect.
Anonymous  on 6/20/2010

I'm using this rubber for last 4 month im usually not fan of Dhs rubber they are heavy on blades But Dhs Cloud and Fog 3 is really dangerous rubber for your Backhand after hours practise in Robot and game play i used to it and it help me to take point in opponent service and out of table control is really good any pimple out rubber but im done little more on this rubber im take out sponge and glue it again with joola Speed glue and using Carbon Blade its really hard to control but i enjoy really when opponent hit on net again and again !!!!!!!!!!!!
oreoman21  4 weeks ago

Used on a BTY Joo Se Hyuk blade-It's actually a good long pips rubber and I can block with this pretty well- it's easiest to block loops and kill spin

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