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    Exclamation Any review for DHS Hurricane 3 Pro Players version?

    https://i.imgur.com/dsfLjGc.png

    please include video if you have... Thanks.
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    UNMASK THE CGL RUBBERs



    Composite Glue Layer (CGL) is a secret technology, and it is now growing very popular with many and many table tennis manufactures worldwide. Since it is an illegal black art, being always prohibited by ITTF, none of manufacturers would dare to promulgate the secret for public's ears, to save one's life.

    HOW DO I PROCEED.
    You need some surgical skills to detach the outer tacky skin (finest skin of rubber material upto 0.1 millimeters thick) from the pimpled layer underneath.
    http://mytabletennis.net/FORUM/uploa...Technology.jpg

    HEREBY, WE"D ASK YOU FOR SOME GOOD SERVICE:
    -- Collect up all the rubber cuttings from your waste-basket and give them some thorough V-section, one after one. Be careful if using surgical knife for making dissections onto the rubbers.
    -- Report us all the rubbers you did found to use the composite topsheet CGL. Be sure to attach a photo of the CGL topsheet specimens .

    Thank you a lot, in advance.


    The most preffered rubbers to check for CGL.
    ■ DHS Hurricane 3 / DHS Hurricane 2
    ■ Yinhe BIG DIPPER
    ■ Sanwei TARGET
    ■ Friendship 729-08
    ■ Haifu WHALE 2 / 3
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    ^ he's joking right ?

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    A friend of mine said it's more bouncy than the normal H3/neo. Although it's said to be 41.5 degree, it doesn't feel hard at all, similar hardness to tenergy. Also it has this amazing catapult effect, and still playable on backhand.

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    Китайские чемпионы используют незаконный инвентарь DHS Hurricane3 (Exclusive Edition), многослойный резиновый топшит. Япония раскрыли этот китайский секрет и заявили протест.
    Многослойный топшит (Composite Glue Layer) --это незаконный инвентарь который явно нарушает Правила пункт. 2.4.3.1

    Be happy/
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    It still feels like a classical Hurricane 3 neo but the biggest difference is control and consistancy.

    If you play commercial or provincial H3, some times you will have the feeling that in some stroke, you have fully confidence in your move and stroke, but the ball is just going out. sometimes this is due to the tiny inconsistansy in the sponge.

    For the player named ones, it will feel more consistant so more control e.g. one or two more ball on the table each game.
    Feel free to ask me anything about Chinese equipment... Hurricane, w968, 506, n301....

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    Quote Originally Posted by G_ZHANG
    It still feels like a classical Hurricane 3 neo but the biggest difference is control and consistancy.

    If you play commercial or provincial H3, some times you will have the feeling that in some stroke, you have fully confidence in your move and stroke, but the ball is just going out. sometimes this is due to the tiny inconsistansy in the sponge.

    For the player named ones, it will feel more consistant so more control e.g. one or two more ball on the table each game.
    Have you tried this rubber by yourself? So basically it's H3 provincial with enhanced control and grip?

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    I love H3, but the number of variations they have is getting outrageous. For most people, provincial version either orange or blue is more than sufficient.

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    Yes I've tried the DingNing ones as ML and FZD's FH rubbers are too hard for me.

    It's consistancy, not grip.

    Just try a provincial version and a normal national version. If you can feel the difference, the named ones are slightly better than national. If you can't feel the difference between provincial and national, then there is no need to try the named ones.

    When playing commercial or provincial version, sometimes you make a perfect stroke and the time, positioning is alright, but the ball still flying out or under net. This is due to some tiny inconsistant in the sponge (make a little to hard or too soft at that hitting point). For national or named national, such consistancy is minimised.



    Quote Originally Posted by Hamasaki_Fanz
    Have you tried this rubber by yourself? So basically it's H3 provincial with enhanced control and grip?
    Feel free to ask me anything about Chinese equipment... Hurricane, w968, 506, n301....

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