View Full Version : skyline 3 neo vs skyline 2 neo

07-25-2012, 12:39 AM
hi guys!! i wanna change my fh rubber on rosewood and i dont know what to buy tg 3 neo or tg 2 neo ?? i heard that those two are a little bit faster than h3 neo which i am using ! i will be thankful to any who can compare them against tg 3 neo or tg 2 neo

07-25-2012, 02:36 AM
the way i experienced it is H3Neo prov is great pretty much straight away.. havent tried tg3 neo although i love TG3 Blue sponge( even though it may be fake still like it)

ive tried a red Tg2 neo loved it tried a black one hated it

07-25-2012, 06:01 AM
To me, TG2 and TG3, both neo version are very different from each other. To me, TG3 neo is more likely just a pure speed rubber. It is very easy to see a ball just getting shot out when playing with TG3 neo. But TG2 neo for me is much slower and easier to control.

07-26-2012, 08:55 PM
can you tell me how does tg2 play ?? i ve heard that it needs booster o play well is it true ???

07-26-2012, 11:17 PM
not at all. they already have some tuner on them so they dotn take that long to break in

07-26-2012, 11:52 PM
hmmmm....... does it have good topspin to topspin?

07-27-2012, 01:27 AM
i havent played with them extensively i mainly play with H3prov and TG3 BS.

as for topspin to topspin it depends.. on your technique and how good it is.

as these rubbers are more reactive to incoming spin. but slow the ball down a bit . even so you need to have a decent stroke.

you go videos of you playing??

07-28-2012, 06:19 PM
no i want to upload some but now i dont play tt because im in holidays so..i havent film anything ! can you compare me h3 and tg3 i also want tg3 but i havent got much information !

02-22-2013, 11:43 PM
The main differences between Skyline2 and Skyline3 are, Skyline2 can make more spin,Skyline3 can make more speed.
I used Skyline2 neo about 3mounths,it is very suitable for some players who concentrate in "Spin"

02-25-2013, 08:18 AM
I have DHS skyline tg2 neo. Got recommended by a friend to try it. I havent tried the tg3 neo but he tells me that skyline tg2 is faster and also spinnier. Although I cannot confirm this, I must agree that tg2 is one of the most spinniet rubbers I have ever played with. Its speed is average like most tacky chinese rubbers.... If you have excellent forearm acceleration (like me:rolleyes:) speed should be no problem for you.

03-08-2013, 03:34 PM
TG3 it's faster than TG2, if you prefer spin you should get TG2, if you want speed then TG3 but if you want a good balance between speed and spin you should go for H3.

06-13-2014, 06:54 PM
Quick question: are these rubbers lighter or heavier than tenergy?

Butt Stallion
06-13-2014, 11:23 PM
they are heavier than tenergys.

06-14-2014, 12:43 PM
excellent! thank you :)

i'm going to put skyline on my forhand then and move tenergy 80 to the backhand.

02-06-2021, 02:03 AM
revival... but since I've been testing a bit between similar rubbers, I'd like to share.

I have experience between TG2 and H3 in commercial, neo, and provincial blue sponge iterations. Also, H3-30and S3-60 versions.

In all variants, to me- skyline has more spin, and more feel from the thinner top sheet. H3 has longer throw and higher speed potential (shines in counter looping). I feel much more control with Skyline, but it's noticeably slower than H3 for me.

Serves, pushes blocks have a ton of feel with TG2. I feel like if spin and control is your forte- choose TG2. If speed is your need, choose H3 (or TG3?).

I have larger strokes, so I tend to prefer TG2. If you have smaller, more efficient strokes, I would think H3 would suit you more.