DHS Hurricane 3 Neo
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The Explosive NEO series is here!
The new NEO Hurricane Rubbers have been produced for, and tested by, the Chinese National team to counteract the Speed Glue ban. The new NEO sponge has been developed to give the traditional sticky DHS rubbers the extra rebound but without losing the much loved spin and control. The advantage to new NEO Hurricane 3 is matched with the powerful NEO Sponge and now features stronger spin and added speed for fast topspin players. Comes in an air tight pack for ultimate freshness!
Hardness: 39 degrees (this is not shown on the package)
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Reviews of DHS Hurricane 3 Neo (78)
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The worst rubber I have used. It is soft in hard shots and ver hard in drop shots. very difficult to control. Zero spin after the first few days. Please save your money. Makes me feel that the people who commented here work for the company or deal in these rubbers.
This rubber is pretty good but it lacks bounciness. Sticky topsheet makes it good for service. A little too hard but overall an amazing rubber. You need strenght to spin it though.
This rubber is pretty cheap and it's tempting to buy it and try it out when you're at the beginning. if you're in this position, you're about to make the biggest mistake a beginner can make.
These chinese (most of the DHS) rubbers are fast , heavy, hard, tacky and very difficult to control for a beginner. For over the table game this one is ok, but as soon as you want to loop it will punish you if you don't have the strength and the perfect stroke. It will make things very difficult because t is heavy , almost no touch because of the hardness. Blocks go downwards and end up into the net and the tackiness will make it very spin-sensitive.
All of these make everything very confusing for a beginner, even for an intermediate. I dare say , if you haven't been playing for more than 5 years, these rubbers are not for you. I have lost almost 4 months trying to get along with these rubbers when i should have been perfecting my strokes with nice, easy, medium-soft Japanese rubbers. Don't make the same mistake.
Currently using H3 NEO Red 2.2 40deg. on a FH of Joola Flame Fast blade, and I am more than pleased with it. It took a couple of hours of braking in, but now it works like a dream. This is the first time I am using a chinese rubber, and loving it. You can do just about everything with it, if your style is attack play close to mid far away from table. If you go further from the table, you will need to add more power to your shots. This is the only time I have missed tenergy or bluefire on my FH. For everything else (blocks, flicks, top spins, smashes, side spins...) I prefer H3 NEO.
For it's durability, I can't comment yet, for I've been using it for just 2 months. But after 2 months, it still hasn't lost any of it's performance.
coming from a jap, soft rubber, it was very awkward the first time I used this rubber. give it a few weeks and you'll be playing along great with it. very spinny, very durable if taken a good care of. mine lasted for 2 yrs, a big drop in spin though, but still, it will make your opponents cry.
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