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DHS NEO Hurricane 3

DHS NEO Hurricane 3 ping pong rubber
Approx. $ 18 USD
Price $

Ratings  (rated 141 times)

There are 73 users using the DHS NEO Hurricane 3.
From community:
Speed   8.5
Spin   9.3
Control   8.6
Tackiness   7.6 - Tacky
Throw Angle   6.4 - Medium-high
Weight   6.6 - Medium-heavy
Sponge Hardness   7.9 - Medium-hard
Gears   8.9 - Many gears
Durability   7.7 - Lasts longer than average
Consistency   7.2
Overall   9.0 10
From manufacturer:
Speed 12.0 / 12
Spin 11.0 / 12
Control 11.0 / 12
Tensor   No

Description of DHS NEO Hurricane 3

Powerful "NEO" sponge and Hurricane 3 rubber with special glutinosity could create stable and high-speed arc, improve hte scoring ability of players, NEO Hurricane 3 has a high speed and low fast loop, changeful arc, strong spin.

REVIEWS // 90

kayuhkuat  4 weeks ago

Feel better than h2.
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spinlover  1 months ago

Used as FH on various blades including a regular butterfly one, T11+ and lately DHS power G7. Best combo is the latest one. At the begginnig it was tacky but in two weeks it disaapeared. The rubber spinny, but you must spend alot of energy therefore highly tiring. Considering price, it worths buying. Overall, good for those wishing to improve the game.
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HumbleBear  1 months ago

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.
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yaboiiii  1 months ago

I use this for my forehand, and I would say that I am thoroughly impressed. It took me a while to adjust to the rubber, but now that I am used to it, my game has improved a lot. The spin I produce from my serves are pretty good, but I feel like it would be better if my technique. The topspin drives and topspin/sidespin loops I attack with are spinny, and my attacks are fast, considering I swing fast enough. Defending attacks are somewhat difficult , but again, I feel this may be technique. The short game is good, produces a lot of backspin to force errors. Overall, this rubber is duh so nice ones, get dis rubbers and beat errbody
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Frogger  2 months ago

I could not adjust to this rubber. Seemed to have good gears but speed was not there without a lot of effort in the stroke. This is a better quality Chinese rubber that may suit some. I will use a glued sheet of Mark V Max or Tenergy 05FX. I believe this rubber is style oriented. Heavy, to much trouble to tune. Some variation from sheet to sheet.
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