Nittaku Hurricane Pro 3 Turbo - Blue Sponge
A collaboration of Japanese and Chinese technology has produced the Nittaku Hurricane Pro III Turbo Blue rubber! Compared to the Nittaku Hurricane Pro 3 Turbo Orange, this rubber has a harder sponge and gives extra power. Due to the dark blue sponge, Turbo Blue is only available in black. Turbo Orange is available in both red and black. Speed:94
The tacky/sticky top sheet made in China is combined with a dense hard, high-quality, high elasticity sponge made in Japan.
Also includes Nittaku's active charge (AC) technology which improves speed performance.
A collaboration of Japanese and Chinese technology has produced the Nittaku Hurricane Pro III Turbo Blue rubber!
Compared to the Nittaku Hurricane Pro 3 Turbo Orange, this rubber has a harder sponge and gives extra power.
Due to the dark blue sponge, Turbo Blue is only available in black. Turbo Orange is available in both red and black.
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Reviews of Nittaku Hurricane Pro 3 Turbo - Blue Sponge (11)
Kesimpulan : karet ini tidak direkomendasikan untuk pemula karena sangat susah digunakan tetapi sangat powerfull untuk pemain profesional
The major differences are:
1. Sponge hardness. Nittaku version is waaay softer than the H3. Of course, after a short 5 hour break in;
2. Speed. Nittaku version is significantly faster than the H3 (including the boosted H3 versions).
These two differences make Nittaku unsuitable for powerlooping or for finishing topspins, especially when used on a hard blade. Hard strokes easily squeeze the sponge and the blade wood kcks in, and what is intended to be a loop becomes more of a flat hit. I simply have no control in these elements and my loops go either too long or into the net.
Fortunately, I find it to be an excellent rubber for the backhand side, due to a very good tackiness and spin (allows lifting backspins) and good speed when I need it: it is much slower than, say, Tenergy 5, in the passive game and fast on more active counter-spins. In addition, it has a good block and I am able to counter-spin with a typical tacky rubber spin, and to hard-block with almost no spin, as if I was using a medium or a soft-ish euro/jap rubber, like Tenergy 05 FX.
Overall, I do not recommend it for the forehand, but I do recommend it for the backhand.
BTW, The cut sheet (to a size of a typical Butterfly blade like Viscaria) weighs 53 grams, opposed to 45 - 49 grams for various versions (including boosted and unboosted) of DHS Hurricane 3.
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