DHS Skyline 3-60 - Mid-Hard
CONTROL + LOOP Sticky Rubber + Soft Elastic Sponge Skyline 3-60: classic sticky rubber + new soft elastic sponge Classic Skyline 3, equipped with a soft and elastic 60 sponge, brings a unique sense of depth with ball contact. Skyline 3-60 is designed with a unique sponge-rubber combination. It absorbs and responds rapidly on ball contact, providing for excellent elasticity and speed. Such dynamic properties make Skyline 3-60 ideal for continuous and high strength loop attacks. Minimal effort is needed. The soft elastic 60 sponge and pliable rubber is perfect for making fast attacks and subtle technical changes with the wrist, to deceive the opponent. Skyline 3-60 generates strong and changeable spin. Supported by soft elastic sponge, the sticky rubber optimises such spin potential. Players using Skyline 3-60 will not be limited to one certain type of loop but have the option of making varied loop techniques. Skyline 3-60 is the optimal combination of classic sticky rubber and elastic sponge.
Hardness: 37 degrees
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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 Skyline 3-60 - Mid-Hard (15)
I love this rubber when it's boosted.
Didn't quite like this as Hurricane 8.
Control rubber for blockers/hitters occasionally using quick loop.
This rubber is not for two winged loopers. It just lacks the high gear and the spin for that. If you are still developing and need more control on BH side than maybe this is for you. BH flick is super easy. Blocks are a breeze. And hits are absolute perfection - precise and super fast. Chops are OK, but not really spinny. If you prefer control over spin, go for it. If you prefer spin, stay away. My red sheet was completely untacky.
Very good product from dhs. Hybrid rubber which is medium tacky and elastic top sheet, the sponge is porous and medium hardness. Rubber plays like euro jap rubber with the advantage of stickiness. This rubber has good throw medium I say. Very dispointed with the speed even with falco it's way too slow. O.k for developing player's or all round control top spinners. And yes I have tried on off++ blades and still this rubber is a donkey. I give up. H3 neo any day it's better in every way to say the least.
DHS Skyline 3-60 Mid is really nice when boosted (Falco long term). Even though the boosting softens the sponge, there seems to be no loss of speed. At least for my game, my strokes, it seemed like I got a much higher percentage of balls on the table, especially when hitting. I'm a flat hitter, with little margin for error, and that margin seemed to increase quite a bit. Mid-distance counter-driving (5-10 feet off the table) seemed effortless. Somewhat greater spin when looping compared to unboosted. Table game - pushing, receiving - seemed about the same as with good ol' Mark V. And, for those who like that sort of thing, it makes a loud sound, just like with speed glue, when hitting hard. Anyhow: Skyline unboosted is nice; boosted, it's great.
Ordered from Eacheng. There was no indication for hardness at the site. But after arriving on the label I can see 37 degrees. I have Skyline TG 3 Neo and it is not similar on looks neither on playing. Sounds like tensor. Much more softer. Very linear and easy to play, not like TG3N, because for TG3N you have a classic chinese rubber, where you have to use your arm very well. 3-60 works like a japanese rubber. For spin, TG3N/10 and 3-60/8. Speed is same. Control TG3N/7,5 and 3-60/10. Loop and drive very easy. Seems you put the ball with your hands. 3-60 has a nice bouncing, not like TG3N that in a short movement if you come from Euro/Japanese rubber and is not used to chinese rubber the ball falls before the net. I was using it in a Yasaka Ma Lin extra offensive JTTA version. Since this blade has a very high control, together with 3-60 rubber you can realize how easy is to play. If you are a very good player, with a good shape on your body and arm movements, with the right technics for a chinese rubber, you can play and get benefit for the superb spin of TG3N. But if you play like Euro/Japanese style, maybe try 3-60. Anyway I think that Donic Bluefire JP 02 is better than 3-60. Now using G555 on backhand, RBP.
Very good spin and control ! But lacks of speed if you've used fast rubbers like rakza or tenergy before. The serving is great because the tackiness. It's a great rubber if you like Chinese style but I think I'm going back to rakza 9 !
Not as spinny as h3 neo or h8. Have low throw angle, medium soft sponge, very loud sound, tackiness is there but become grippy after some game. Very deadly for blocking and direct hit ( drive very hard ) bcause you can feel the ball sink into the sponge and the topsheet like give you some dwell time. Not good for spin based game play.
A little bit slow, not so spini like ESN rubbers. Need fast blade.
Used this rubber on my Adidas Strike Carbon blade and it was a good improvement on the Yasaka Rakza 7. On the Rakza 7, I cannot control the ball, it usually goes long when I smash and loop but on this rubber the control is much better. Used this also on DHS PG7 blade (all wood) but the speed got slower and I need to swing more harder.
just want to ask, is it will be good to put this rubber on nittaku acoustic (allwood) blade?
I had many Rubbers with very high speed, high spin and some of them slow and good control but they were difficult to get use to. This rubber somehow, SOMEHOW! makes you feel, you had it since years _! Your spins and strong shots will be always under your control. GOOD JOB.
good all around rubber. chop very nice.
Im using nitakku acoustiv carbon... I already use tenergy 05 , tenergy 25 , donic jp03... but 3-60 is the best.... all my shot just amazing ... even in bad position ... i have full of confidence using this rubber.. its really for polyball... when using my other rubber i have the problem in making my topspin in the table... shot game: very nice block : automatic in right angle.. chop : very nice top spin: spin machine.... all my team mates... different playing style ... now using this rubber... its amazing
Similar to DHS H2 with Nittaku sponge, slight hard. Need to use booster to best performance. Very good for block over the table and loop atack at middle distance like penholder players.