DHS TG Skyline 3 Neo
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These new and improved TG3s are designed specifically for the new VOC-Free glue era.
'Neo' sponge which is in the energy storage status makes rubber deformation come back quickly. Outstanding style of continual, quick attack without any interspaces."
This is China's new High Tension Technology rubber. It has outstanding control when playing topspin against topspin and they claim that it is nearly unbeatable because of it's aggressive and sticky upper surface.
Developed for players who pressure their opponents with power topspins instead of spin variations.This new sticky rubber has been extensively developed using the latest sponge and rubber technologies. Used by world-class player Wang Hao. His aggressive looping over the table and forceful attack benefits most from the extended control qualities.
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Reviews of DHS TG Skyline 3 Neo (29)
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I rate this rubber 8/10
It is great in mid distance looping
Very spinny serves
excellent in pushes
but I still can't control it close to the table
very durable, i played it 5 months and still very tacky
it requires specific angle to perform very well
i play chinese style and i like it very much
I'm demurring about choosing a rubber on viscaria. After read all reviews of some rubbers, I decide to select it because its price is very cheep, compare to jap/eu rubber. About speed, spin, control, they are really what I need, I just worry that It is a little heavy, durability is short, I will come back and review about these things in next time after spending with it.
O boy !!!
As expected from other reviews some like it some not.
This is my favorite rubber. I use it on FH only. It is a very hard DHS rubber with some tack on it. Quality of the rubber (i use only black) has been great so far. All the sheets were good.
This rubber is very unique. For many people it will be ok spinney close to the table but dead and inconsistent away from the table. Sponge is very hard and there is not much tack on the top sheet to produce super spin when you play close, so reasoning of many players is great. They are correct. Most of the humans don't have fitness level of Ma Long, Ma Lin, Timo and others....
Reason why i am giving such a good grades to this rubber is my physical play away from the table. Basically my whole TT game is based on super heavy (very fast and spinney) loop drives 3 - 5 meter away.
At lower speeds rubber play ok, nothing special basically. Control is good, spin is ok, one can block with it and serve with it good. So this is why i would say Gears = Average. Tack plays some role here but there is no sponge influence (well not much influence to be more precise).
When you go back more then 2 meters and hits become harder deformation will kick in, and tack influence will diminish. Spin will increase significantly and throw angle will be reduced (slightly). Will still remain high but just not as high. To some players this can be a control problem, others will find it good for the pace. So basically faster you go with this rubber better it will play. There is no way to bottom out sponge nor to break the grip at super high speed.
High recommendation for a players who put their whole body in the swing, players that are young and strong, players who have well over 5 years of quality training under their belts and so on... you get the picture.
Not recommended to players who like to defend, control, older players (please do not get this in offensive way, i mean nothing bad), beginners, players with some type of physical disabilities and so on....
I wish you all the best, and i hope this helps. Enjoy your game of TT and have fun :)
TG3 neo is good for FH. But it requires a lot of care when it is not used. So clean it immediately and protect it immediately. Otherwise, it ages very quickly.
Overall, much better control on forehand loop and kill than H3 neo.
I like this rubber...coming from tenergy 05 fx on FH....this rubber has higher spin potential on serve and top spin and chopping....I feel it fast good feeling of the ball .i am using this with light weight hard and stiff carbon blade CCT PRO TOUR CARBON FLEX only 82 gram
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