HumbleBear on 1/27/2015
The H3 rubber came in a DHS A6002 blade/rubber combo from the manufacturer along with Tin Arc(see my review on that rubber). When I got my new Bty Primorac Carbon I switched it to that blade and also like it.
PROs: This is a much better rubber than the Tin Arc: faster, spinnier, better control. It's very forgiving, just swing and the shots go in. It also produces pretty good spin and has surprisingly good speed. I am very happy with the performance of this rubber. No wonder it's very popular.
CONs: I hit very hard and the top sheet appears to be pretty durable with the exception that it's easily separating from the sponge at the edges when you hit the ball hard on the edges. The other drawback is the weight is heavy.
Ashmoor on 9/15/2009
This is a great rubber and for a very small price compared to others. Some people say it's slow, because when you play close to the table the tackiness plays an important role, however, if you hit the ball hard.. it bounces quite fast, therefore slow hits are slow and fast hits are fast. Overall great rubber.
Lhet 2 weeks ago
e. (completely edited review). This is such a good FH rubber, it's the reason to play close to the table. With proper form there's no shortage of power at all, the main limiter is how much topspin you can put on the ball to keep all that speed on the table. While some tensors can reflect tons of spin/speed with tiny strokes, none I've tried can make as strong of a first attack as H3. The service is also superb, always a bit spinnier than my opponents. Pairs well (of course) with looping blades.
vir on 4/12/2015
good tacky chine rubber with great spin
Anonymous on 12/31/2010
i have tried this rubber and this rubber is amazing.This rubber is for topspin players slightly tacky topsheet