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    DHS Rubbers, National, Provincial Etc.

    Hello
    My TT Friends,
    i noticed a lot of you, uses DHS Provincial National(Blue Sponge, Orange Sponge) for Forehand.
    Is there a safe place/shop, where i can buy a couple of this sheets without fear of getting a fake?.
    I would greatly appreciate your help.
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    Www.prott.vip

    I have bought provincial and National rubbers from them. Always authentic.

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    http://www.princett.com

    A bit cheaper than prott. But less variety.
    Shipping a bit cheaper and faster.
    Also authentic products.

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    Thank you very much, my friend right to the point. One question You boost the rubbers or you prefer unboosted?
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    Thank you very much, my friend right to the point. One question You boost the rubbers or you prefer unboosted?
    https://www.tabletennisdaily.com/for...d.php?p=207148

    Check out my post.

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    TableTennis11 has them too: http://www.tabletennis11.com/other_e...eo-national-39

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    If you brush well it does not matter too much if they are boosted or not. If you brush well, H3 is actually pretty fast. But I like how they play boosted way way more. Even the Neo versions with the factory tuning, I like them better with boost added.

    But, I stopped using H3 about 6 years ago because boosting was too much of a hassle for me to bother with it over and over again. It is too involved. I am happier not boosting the rubbers I choose to use.

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    Thank you it was very informative, its really troublesome to boost a chinese rubber by the look of your post.

    Is there a particular reason you prefer H3 National Blue sheet, over the others H3?
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    Quote Originally Posted by UpSideDownCarl
    If you brush well it does not matter too much if they are boosted or not. If you brush well, H3 is actually pretty fast. But I like how they play boosted way way more. Even the Neo versions with the factory tuning, I like them better with boost added.

    But, I stopped using H3 about 6 years ago because boosting was too much of a hassle for me to bother with it over and over again. It is too involved. I am happier not boosting the rubbers I choose to use.
    I guess that's the main reason so many of us, stick to european rubbers instead of chinese.

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    Thank you it was very informative, its really troublesome to boost a chinese rubber by the look of your post.

    Is there a particular reason you prefer H3 National Blue sheet, over the others H3?
    I think it's not so much hassle as some say... rather lazyness

    Every 3 months isn't too often in my book.

    The blue sponge makes the ball arc more and dip sharper than the orange sponge....PLUS it's better for boosting.

    When i get Orange sponge H3 i take it one degree harder that when i get Blue sponge H3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suga D
    I think it's not so much hassle as some say... rather lazyness

    Every 3 months isn't too often in my book.

    The blue sponge makes the ball arc more and dip sharper than the orange sponge....PLUS it's better for boosting.

    When i get Orange sponge H3 i take it one degree harder that when i get Blue sponge H3.



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    Thank you Suga D, what booster do you use?, i notice you're using provincial instead of national, any difference between the two( DHS H3 names are confusing to say the least)

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    Thank you it was very informative, its really troublesome to boost a chinese rubber by the look of your post.

    Is there a particular reason you prefer H3 National Blue sheet, over the others H3?
    I only like the national blue sponge with a white package. It's an older DHS product with amazing performance.

    It's soft(after boosting) and enagages very well upon impact. Other blue sponge such as Neo provincial are harder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFF_lib
    I only like the national blue sponge with a white package. It's an older DHS product with amazing performance.

    It's soft(after boosting) and enagages very well upon impact. Other blue sponge such as Neo provincial are harder.

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    What about the rubber's degree.

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    What about the rubber's degree.
    That's another topic.

    Blue sponge is usually one degree harder than the orange one. So a 39 blue is slightly harder than a 39 orange.

    A 39 blue of the white package is actually slightly softer than a 39 Neo provincial blue.

    The hardness depends on:
    Your style
    Your blade

    If you tend to stay close to the table and play aggressive. 40-41 plus booster is good. 39-40 plus booster is for power looper.

    If your blade has lots of flex. Go harder.
    If your blade is hard and rigid. Go softer.

    You can pick a 40 to be safe. If too hard you can apply 1-2 layers of booster to soften it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suga D
    I think it's not so much hassle as some say... rather lazyness

    Every 3 months isn't too often in my book.

    The blue sponge makes the ball arc more and dip sharper than the orange sponge....PLUS it's better for boosting.

    When i get Orange sponge H3 i take it one degree harder that when i get Blue sponge H3.



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    Yeah exactly. For my national rubber i have only boosted once. Quite heavy though I put 4 layers in total.

    I only plat once or twice a week. After a year it's still plays like 90% of new. And my style is mid to far distance power looping which is supposed to kill the rubber more quickly than close-to-table style.

    I guess if you play 3-5 a week you might need to boost it every 3 months.

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    Yeah exactly. For my national rubber i have only boosted once. Quite heavy though I put 4 layers in total.

    I only plat once or twice a week. After a year it's still plays like 90% of new. And my style is mid to far distance power looping which is supposed to kill the rubber more quickly than close-to-table style.

    I guess if you play 3-5 a week you might need to boost it every 3 months.

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    With what do you boost ?

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    With what do you boost ?
    Seamoon oil.

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    I'm curious if is there any seller in Europe who would have seamoon oil in his stock.... Cause from prott it take month to get it here..
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