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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!
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If you've watched competitive table tennis at the highest levels, then you've surely seen DHS products in action. Perhaps the most notable athlete using DHS equipment is Ma Long. A legend of the sport, Ma Long uses a Hurricane 3 rubber on his forehand. Hurricane 3 rubbers are undoubtedly the most popular rubber series from DHS and are a prime example of hard and tacky Chinese rubbers. Many players try out the Hurricane 3 and H3 Neo rubbers on their forehand as an introduction to this style of rubber. These rubbers require considerable power to fully unleash their potential, as well as proper brushing technique. You can find the H3 rubbers in Commercial (NEO), Provincial (H3, NEO) and National (H3) versions.
DHS offers rubbers with different characteristics well-suited to other uses as well. The Gold Arc 8 series is a high-powered rubber that performs more closely to other brand's flagship offerings. It has a grippy surface and fast sponge, which comes in both 47.5 and 50 degree hardness. You can find Skyline and TinArc rubbers rated as Soft, Mid-Soft and Mid-Hard.
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Reviews of DHS Hurricane 3 Neo (204)
9.5/10 for OFF style. FH: DHS H3 Neo, 2.15mm, 51g (0.249g/cm^2), 39 degrees (Shore A). BH: Yasaka Rising Dragon, 2.2mm, 50g (0.245g/cm^2), 47 degrees (ESN), 37 degrees (Shore A). Blade: Stiga Offensive Classic WRB, 75g, 158mm x 151mm x 5.3mm (Width x Height x Thickness). Hollow handle. Plies: 5 (Wood): Limba - Spruce - Ayous - Spruce - Limba.
I think my topsheet for H3N isn't as tacky as it should be. However, untuned this rubber is a pretty ok rubber. Good speed and spin. When tuned the sponge becomes softer and there is a catapult effect. Tune the rubbers. It's better tuned.
Great Chinese rubber, very tacky, great spin capability, easy to counter enemy rotation.
Good for all kind of play, best for close to table and medium distance from the table. Not hard to chop either, with proper adjustment. Also not heavy on the blade (under 50 grams cut). Biggest downfall of this rubber is driving against high balls, it's very unstable and for a save shot you need to impart some kind of spin in your smash otherwise you will most probably hit the net or over the table...
This is the review for unboosted 41 degree hardness 2.2 mm thickness black rubber. USATT 1750. This review is only for forehand. I started playing with Hurricane 3 new when I was 1100. That time I was using 40 degree hard and 2.15 mm, black and red on both sides. I started to feel the rubber is slow and started trying out different rubbers. I tried 729 FX, Palio red and yellow, Mercury 2, Rasanter 42 and Rakza 7 during past 3 years. Then after some training decided to come back to H3N on TB ALC blade. Been playing with the combination for over 2 months and saw that the consistency and spin on FH loops increased a lot. Maybe because I started playing table tennis with H3N, it just feels right on my FH. TB ALC is one of the best blade for H3N. There is very little margin for error but that makes you play the correct strokes every time (a.k.a. no more love tapping). Of course serves and pushes are better with tacky rubber such as H3N. After some practice, you can return even a long push short. Best return for the efforts you put in. If someone wishes to use this rubber, I would recommend atl-east 3-4 months practice before the tournament. Otherwise the "slowness" or the lack of correct FH technique will frustrate you.
a good beginner rubber. Cheap, durable, perfect for build your playstyle. pair on Yinhe Ns8 as fh and ak47 red on bh
A rubber with the expected tackiness you would find in the chinese category, once you cut it and put it in your racket you would find this rubber slow and an no control, but it gets more elastic once you strart using it constantly. Is important to indicate that you would need to adjust your tecnique to this rubber cause is not as forgiven as other rubbers. Overall if you are looking for a chinese setup and you already know the tacky rubber tecnique then this rubber could fit you. I am using the neo version. I recommend to buy this or any other chinese tacky rubber before upgrating into the blue sponge or boosting it.
One of the most consistent rubbers I've tried, its takiness helps to create good spin that with the proper technique becomes a monster, I would say it's a little bit slower than what I was expecting, but nothing to worry. If you're looking for good control, stickiness and consistency then this rubber would suit you.
I think i'll stick with this rubber on my forehand. Seems to do everything well if you know your incoming spins and execute accordingly. Very grippy out of the package. Losing some of the grip over time but seems pretty durable and still plays nice. I can't imagine a "truer" feeling forehand rubber. It does what you tell it to do if you have good footwork and can get on top of the ball off the bounce. Comes already tuned(factory boosted) so you don't have to spend time boosting it yourself. Will be my permanent forehand rubber unless i hear of something that rivals it.
Ratings for 2.15mm. Incredible value, very popular for a reason. Very good for powerful loops. Short game is excellent.
A really great rubber for intermediate and league players. It is VERY tacky so you can produce a lot of spin, especially on forehand loops and spinny serves. On backhand shots i find it is a little slower but you get great control.
HN3 is fast however there are definitely faster (more expensive) rubbers out there
I agree with the Gears rating as you can play very short, slow serves and chops easily. but you can open up with rapid loops as well. Overall i believe speed and control are brilliant but spin outperforms both.
This is the first DHS rubber I have ever tried and it blew me away. At first getting shots on the table felt strange and the rubber felt much too slow. I hated the rubber until i started playing more loops and spinny shots, once i started looping with the rubber it felt like a completly different rubber. every shot I made even if i made a mistake would drop on to the table. I would highly recommend this rubber.
Dead cheap when compared to BTY rubbers.demands very high physical strength.
The shots dont get out of the table hence very high safety margin but if u dont put effort ball will be only in ur court.
Mark V + Higher spin+ Greater effort - light less control = DHS NEO Hurricane
To the people writing it is slow, they must have wrong technique. If you swing fast, you hit fast. If you swing slow, you hit slow.
For spinning it's a fantastic rubber, but I can also easily push, block or smash. I always played with tensors but this is much better for me. Absolutely love it. Raw input is raw output. You can pretty much do everything with this rubber.
Good attacking rubber on medium hard blade. Need more brush and movement to create great arc. Quite bouncy on blocking, so we need to play with descent angle. Overall, it's a consistent attacking rubber with good speed, descent spin, and adequate control.
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