DHS Hurricane 3 Neo
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H3 Neo is good for fast topspin quick attack play style.
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 (149)
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This was my first FH rubber so I don't have anything to compare to. However, I can see why many people like it.
This chinese rubber is tacky. This is great for heavy topspin loopers and can generate a hefty amount of spin. Once it hits the opponents side it takes off.
For driving and smashing, it does fairly well. With it being a harder sponge, smashing is not its strength, but it does produce.
Countering underspin is where this rubber shines. It takes almost no effort to lift the ball on a moderate to heavy underspin.
Control is moderate. This rubber is very sensitive to incoming spin, especially side spin. When testing ball placement, this rubber shoots the ball quite high, so the throw angle of any incoming ball with spin is going to launch it.
Touch play is quite surprisingly easy. Even though it is sensitive to opponents spin and being a tacky rubber, it has a generally soft feel on short plays and pushes. Blocking is somewhat of a mystery to me on this rubber, but I am usually not a blocking type. The few blocks I have managed to return, it was decently able to put the ball back on the table, but don't expect this rubber to make it back every time.
Close to the table is easy where this rubber has it's advantages as well. Heavy looping, counter topspin, decent speed. It's easy to get the ball back before the opponent has a chance to think. Away from the table it starts to drop in speed and power as there is no catapult effect for this rubber.
Overall this is a decent rubber or anyone who wants to get into Chinese tacky rubbers, and at a decent price, it's a no brainer.
First, i'm disapointed at the speed. It's slow, i thought it was an off+ rubbers, or it's something between off- and off. An other problem is the control when you're just a bit late on the ball, this rubber doesn't forgive the errors. But it's amazing for doing heavy and deep topspins, because of the high throw angle and the spinny topsheet. And surprisly the hits without any spin are very easy !!!
This is such a good rubber, it rewards players that can hit the ball hard enough to produce the speed/spin they want. To me, this rubbers feel very simple in a way that it is a slow rubber when you lack power but can be a killer for who can put on a strong topspin or loop. The throw angle is perfect for counter loops/topspins producing a massive amount of spin and speed. With the very tacky topsheet it is easy to get a spinny serve as well. Only for forehand flick it's difficult to get a strong shot out of this rubber as it is a small stroke. Blocking is also fairly decent, nothing special to say here and forehand push has lots of spin. In conclusion: This rubber rewards the player with good technique and power and converts it into speed and spin
Really good rubber!!!!!......
I am using joola basic carbon blade with DHS h3 neos on both sides.......it generates tremendous spin and speed......... has a low arc and the rubbers are very tacky , the ball literally sticks to your rubber!!!!
u have to keep it clean and protected(can use the sheet which will be provide behind the sponge) when not in use because it can damage the rubber and it can loose its tackiness
Its almost a year now and it still has 40% of the tackiness
I strongly recommend it for the forehand because u need to have the brushing action to get the best spin out of it....
But in the backhand i am facing some minor problems but still i like it for my bh
overall the DHS H3 neo is a very good rubber!!!
good FH rubber...very good for serving as it has many gears. You get what you put in the stroke which allows for both finesse and power shots. I have it on a medium heavy blade right now but I think it will be even better on my heavy blade. I like hard rubber on heavy blade and this is just hard enough to not bottom out in a fast and hard hitting game.
this rubber is good in most of its aspects speed control & spin I am using it on my xiom strato fl,response is good but to make topspin's are bit difficult but after a lot of practice it is ok, my rubber is not tacky like the skyline 3 neo i used before its an original one maybe there is a defect in the manufacturing. Minus point is it has to be boosted for better control speed & spin the company should come up with some boosting methods so there is no need of this boosting doesn't no matter the price it will be better for players using this rubber overall this rubber rocks in it's aspects
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