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    Hope you are all safe!! Has anyone here used the Sanwei Target Pro Blue .I'm looking for insight as to its hardness.What are the 39 or 40 degrees hardness like.In recent times I've used the 729 bloom power,Palio CJ8000 and the DHS H3 Neo.Can anyone make a comparison for me? Thanks much!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Lewis
    Hello everyone

    Hope you are all safe!! Has anyone here used the Sanwei Target Pro Blue .I'm looking for insight as to its hardness.What are the 39 or 40 degrees hardness like.In recent times I've used the 729 bloom power,Palio CJ8000 and the DHS H3 Neo.Can anyone make a comparison for me? Thanks much!!

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    I have only used the Sanwei Target National, with the blue sponge. But my copy wasn't much to hang in the christmas tree (as we say in Sweden). It's really tacky, the sponge is very hard, and there is no catapult like with H3N. H3N is much more worth it. Its more alive, and you get better speed with H3N, and I play with 41 deg hardness. My opponent had a really easy session when I used STN...

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    Hey Aydin

    Thanks much for the info.What hardness did you use?

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    Thanks much!! You mentioned you use the 41 for the H3N.When you used the STN what hardness did you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mocker88
    I have only used the Sanwei Target National, with the blue sponge. But my copy wasn't much to hang in the christmas tree (as we say in Sweden). It's really tacky, the sponge is very hard, and there is no catapult like with H3N. H3N is much more worth it. Its more alive, and you get better speed with H3N, and I play with 41 deg hardness. My opponent had a really easy session when I used STN...
    I agree with you. STN is great for control play. The spin and speed is worse than commercial H3

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    STN Blue has a much lower arc than H3.
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    Could you compare the hardness of STN to that of the HN3?

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    H3 is more firm even if both are at 39 degrees.

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    I think Yinhe moon pro is the best option in this category.

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    I prefer the Target 90 due to a better arc and easier handling.

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    Unless you boost Moon Pro is excellent, Big Dipper as well so would be Vega China. If you boost any of mentioned rubbers will work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Way Zooted
    I think Yinhe moon pro is the best option in this category.
    There are two different Yinhe Moon Pro. Hard and Medium. Perhaps even more types somewhere? I've tried them both. The Hard version comes domed out of the package, and feels like a faster Big Dipper with a little lower throw. The Medium version isn't domed. It feels like a totally different rubber, I guess it's the sponge that makes it slow, and just boring.

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    There is also a soft. I have only used medium (for about 5 years). There have been variations in hardness and amount of factory boost. But lately they have not been domed out of the package. I typically will boost after a month or so of initial use. I use nittaku acoustic and also TTL dictator defensive. I tend prefer the harder versions I've received.

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