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DHS NEO Skyline 2 TG2

DHS NEO Skyline 2 TG2 ping pong rubber
Approx. $ 22 USD
Price $

Ratings  (rated 73 times)

There are 25 users using the DHS NEO Skyline 2 TG2.
From community:
Speed   8.5
Spin   9.4
Control   8.6
Tackiness   7.8 - Tacky
Throw Angle   5.1 - Medium
Weight   6.0 - Medium-heavy
Sponge Hardness   6.8 - Medium-hard
Gears   8.5 - Many gears
Durability   8.1 - Lasts longer than average
Consistency   8.6
Overall   9.2 10
From manufacturer:
Speed /
Spin /
Tensor   No

Description of DHS NEO Skyline 2 TG2

These new and improved TG2s are designed specifically for the new VOC-Free glue era.

Neo Skyline 2 keeps the unique colloid with acerbity and glutinosity combined. The technology can create strong and changeful spin by different methods (friction and deformation). The beating power could penetrate into "NEO" sponge, which is in the energy storage status gives players power to create more aggressive spin.


Jokee  2 months ago

For it's low price I felt I have to test it to see if this type of rubber suits for me. I have tried it once now and I didn't like it. The 40 degree version felt way too hard for me. It also felt dead if I didn't give a good swing to it. Hopefully it will come to life as I play more with it.
Mudito  2 months ago

A very spinny rubber. The problem is the speed, I found it so slow. Serves are amazing!!! More spin than T05 by far.
msilhanek  2 months ago

EDIT5 (September 2011): I've bought a new sheet of this rubber. It was slow for the first hours but now after a week of practice it is the Skyline TG2 Neo in it's best. Still can't be sure about consistency but these my 2 sheets are almost identical (I can't remember if it felt slow for the 1st time when I bought the old sheet but I think it was). EDIT6 (September 2011): I've been thinking about it and I've realised that ratings aren't objective at all. If you look at the ratings of this rubber, you'll say "awesome, easy to play rubber". Spinny, fast, high throw, high controll. But... Speed - If I compare other rubbers with the rating around 9... Uncomparable, this rubber isn't slow but it is much slower than Tenergy 05 (9.3) or Rakza (8.9). Spin and control is awesome, no doubt (higher than Tenergy). But what is totally wrong is the throw angle rating. I've rated it as medium. It isn't low (for example Joola Drum, this is really low). If you look at the rating, it says it has medium-high throw. But it isn't correct at all, I'd say it is medium but it is closer to medium-low. If you consider how this rubber plays, it is kinda slow, lower throw, very flat ball curve. You have to use lot of power and aim somehow higher to get it over the net, especially when looping. It isn't an easy to play rubber, it needs skills and good technique to use all the potential inside. I use it only on my forehand because it is the dominant stroke in my game, I can't use it on the backhand because this rubber doesn't forgive mistakes. It is awesome but you need some time and skills to use this. I strongly recommend to use this rubber with an off or off+ blade to compansate it's low speed. Summary - If you have mastered your top spin technique, your footwork is good and don't lack power in your hands, go for it. If you don't, you'll struggle.
hagupi  4 months ago

I don't like this rubber, it's a good rubber i think but i can't really play with it, nothing like a H3 that really like. With TG2 the spin is good but not good enough, the block is really good though and driving the ball is easy but it lacks something to be enjoyable, the feeling is that I have to force myself in order to do what i wanna do with it.
prinbark  9 months ago

Pros: €¢ It's heavy. €¢ Lasts a long time. €¢ Spin is above avearge, even on a stiff blade. (May work well on a high-flex blade looking at its spin characteristics.) Cons: €¢ It's heavy. €¢ It has a dead feel. €¢ Speed is low (especially when unglued.) Overall this rubber is good for its price and for players who don't mind tacky and heavy rubbers to play with. It's a good looping rubber to consider if product price is an issue. But for drives, it's not that good. It's pretty slow.


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