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DHS Cloud and Fog 3

DHS Cloud and Fog 3 ping pong pips
Approx. $ 13 USD
Price $

Ratings  (rated 19 times)

There are 4 users using the DHS Cloud and Fog 3.
From community:
Speed   6.5
Spin   5.2
Control   6.9
Deception   7.7
Reversal   7.1
Weight   2.0 - Light
Sponge Hardness   5.0 - Medium
Consistency   8.1 - Always identical
Overall   7.6 10
From manufacturer:
Type Long Pips
Speed /
Spin /
Control /
Deception /

Reviews of the DHS Cloud and Fog 3

Review porrotu said this on November 11, 2008:

If modern defensive is your style, this is the rubber to play with, this rubber produces great underspin balls (chops) and its control is greater than expected for a long pips rubber. Away from the table when blocking balls it returns slow deceptive balls with sick knockle, this effect confuses opponents who try to smash the ball but since it comes so slow it throws thier timing off and they smash it wide o into the net. If you decide to buy the rubber be paitient since its hard getting used to it if youve never played with long pips. But once you get used to it your game will improve leaps.
Review Anonymous said this on February 16, 2010:

My first long pips rubber. I think this rubber is best for deception. The knuckle balls are outrageous! Seems pretty speedy as well, which can be good and bad.
Review Anonymous said this on June 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 !!!!!!!!!!!!
Review Anonymous said this on October 29, 2010:

they should really make a durability section for the pips section, dont you think?
Review fluturas101 said this on June 19, 2011:

When reading this review please bear in mind that I am not experienced with pips.

While some of my opponents had trouble returning my balls, two good players thrashed me. This hadn't happened when I was using inverted rubbers.

Since the Cloud & Fog rubber seems quite difficult to control, I expect the learning curve to be really long. Switching from inverted rubbers to pips might prove too much for me.
Review spinfreak said this on July 12, 2011:

very hard to use lp, not for any lps beginner.
Review cever said this on November 22, 2011:

At the end of last season I had put the C&F III 1.0mm on my backhad just for fun ... i had a lot of fun, after 1 training i decided to use it on a tournament, I ended up in the semi-finals. the lack of skills of my BH was compensated more than well by the C&F III. I still play with the C&F III, I learned how to chop with it, and attack with it. only 1 per 4 hits comes back. I've played with it on a Stiga Off Clasisc WRB and now on an Andro Kinetic Supreme All+ which appears to be a better combination.
Review Anonymous said this on December 8, 2011:

I use this rubber mainly for blocking, though when I started I actually could drive backhand with it. Chop blocks produce spectacular backspin, side spin blocks need a little lift to get over the net. The properties of this rubber prohibit smashing, and I just tap high balls with racket perpendicular to table. It cushions against spin on serves, so I like to receive service with it, however, it is next to impossible to generate any spin with this long pips.
Review Patchie00 said this on April 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.
Review fede95 said this on May 10, 2012:

This is for modern defensers because with this rubber you can make chop but also you can "attack"
Review Variatio said this on June 18, 2012:

Quite fast and hard pips. It is tacky but also prone to spin - thus its control is low when blocking topspins. Reversal is low even if you chop block topspins.

One of the most disappointing tests of OX pips compared to D.TecS, Dragon Talon, Dornenglanz, ...
Review Frutz said this on June 29, 2013:

These is know my long pip of the moment i will play today a tournament with a cloud fog3 ox red.
I arrived to semifinal And these rubber have very good invert of efects And a very sssssss disrute ball .

I need to buy more the pips go out very easy
Review qureishi said this on April 27, 2014:

i have a dhs cloud and fog without sponge on my back hand. i m trying to learn it and m testing different strokes but the attack isnt easy/possible. some players here have pointed out otherwise. can you please add a little explanation. thanks.
Review scottyu said this on September 4, 2014:

pay a lil more and buy curl p-1 or grassdtechs
Review madchoper said this on December 24, 2014:

This rubber seems to be misunderstood here. If you are looking for a replacement for frictionless-look elsewhere-you will not be happy, if you are looking to cover up a flaw with a dead rubber-you wont be happy! If you do like to play modern defense, use strokes, attack with your long pips, you will be very, very happy! This long pip is for an active defender-not for an at the table push-chop blocker.


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