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    H3N 37 Degrees

    H3N 37 Degrees, can it work well if used on the forehand? and what blade fits it.

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    I bought it to go on my BH but it did not work for me.........................too bouncy.
    Now i use it boosted on my FH

    Use it on any blade U are used to .....................to start up

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    Compared to Loki, which one is better in terms of rotation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasna Haura Hayfa
    H3N 37 Degrees, can it work well if used on the forehand? and what blade fits it.
    Sure it can work. But with Terms &Conditions:

    Being soft, if you are a club level player and play close to table, it is not an issue. In fact it can be quite an enjoyable control rubber.

    However, at higher level where you are forced to play further away from table, by more powerful hitter, than its weakness becomes more apparent. Your return will be weak and may not cross the net.

    Personally I have played H3 soft on FH during stroking FH to FH ( close to table ) and it is usable.

    During play wise, I realise the weakness becomes apparent. I use it on Stiga All-round Classic as BH.

    I suppose if you use it on stiffer blade like Stiga Clipper ( 7 ply all wood ) the result may be better, however I have no first hand experience with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gozo
    Sure it can work. But with Terms &Conditions:

    Being soft, if you are a club level player and play close to table, it is not an issue. In fact it can be quite an enjoyable control rubber.

    However, at higher level where you are forced to play further away from table, by more powerful hitter, than its weakness becomes more apparent. Your return will be weak and may not cross the net.

    Personally I have played H3 soft on FH during stroking FH to FH ( close to table ) and it is usable.

    During play wise, I realise the weakness becomes apparent. I use it on Stiga All-round Classic as BH.

    I suppose if you use it on stiffer blade like Stiga Clipper ( 7 ply all wood ) the result may be better, however I have no first hand experience with it.

    had to ask after reading. how many meters maximum is considered close to the table? 3 meters?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasna Haura Hayfa
    Compared to Loki, which one is better in terms of rotation?

    Not a great difference BUT I keep going back to H3 because it is easier to rotate.
    I assume with rotate you mean doing a topspin flick against a incoming under-spin shot ??


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    I bought it to go on my BH but it did not work for me.........................too bouncy.
    Good to hear something like this for a change :-) Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yousuhika

    had to ask after reading. how many meters maximum is considered close to the table? 3 meters?

    Official documents say 1 meter away is far

    Modestly, Leo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gozo
    Sure it can work. But with Terms &Conditions:

    Being soft, if you are a club level player and play close to table, it is not an issue. In fact it can be quite an enjoyable control rubber.

    However, at higher level where you are forced to play further away from table, by more powerful hitter, than its weakness becomes more apparent. Your return will be weak and may not cross the net.

    Personally I have played H3 soft on FH during stroking FH to FH ( close to table ) and it is usable.

    During play wise, I realise the weakness becomes apparent. I use it on Stiga All-round Classic as BH.

    I suppose if you use it on stiffer blade like Stiga Clipper ( 7 ply all wood ) the result may be better, however I have no first hand experience with it.

    I'm still a little doubtful, can it be used with backhand flick,


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasna Haura Hayfa

    I'm still a little doubtful, can it be used with backhand flick,

    Yes, it can. No need to worry. For example, I prefer H37 on backhand to H39 or harder. So many options... Anyways, I think your choice is good, many people use it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PingBirdPong

    Official documents say 1 meter away is far

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    what.... can someone confirm this? haha


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    Quote Originally Posted by yousuhika

    had to ask after reading. how many meters maximum is considered close to the table? 3 meters?

    I am not a literalist, therefore I use body approximation technique. If one forearm length, it is considered close to table. If two to four steps away, it is mid-table distance and anything further it is faraway distance.

    I never play faraway because my club do not have the privilege of such big space and as a result of this, I rarely have the opportunity to play faraway nor know from first hand experience what it is like to play faraway from the table.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasna Haura Hayfa

    I'm still a little doubtful, can it be used with backhand flick,

    I suppose it can, I mean Ma Long uses NeoH3 37 degree for his backhand and we have seen him do BH flicks.

    However, BH flick is not my forte hence I cannot give you my input. I usually push or block defensively to set-up for my FH attack.

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    Yes, it can. No need to worry. For example, I prefer H37 on backhand to H39 or harder. So many options... Anyways, I think your choice is good, many people use it.
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    Receive heavy under spin service, are you sure you can?


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    Receive heavy under spin service, are you sure you can?

    🤣 I can.................I play it like Fan Zen Dong 🤣


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    🤣 I can.................I play it like Fan Zen Dong 🤣

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    Great !


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    Sergey Scoobie Doo Tsos Jagaur Operator says you all need to harden the heck up. 37 too soft. Harden the XXXX up. Harden up now. He approves of this message, unless he registers for TTD and says otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Der_Echte
    Sergey Scoobie Doo Tsos Jagaur Operator says you all need to harden the heck up. 37 too soft. Harden the XXXX up. Harden up now. He approves of this message, unless he registers for TTD and says otherwise.

    Sergey Scoobie Doo Tsos Jagaur Operator


    Who is this person?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gozo

    Sergey Scoobie Doo Tsos Jagaur Operator


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    Der’s alter ego, or childhood invisible friend??? In heavy stealth mode!!!!!!
    counter espionage James Bond type operates in the shadows and refuses to step into the light of TTD!!!!!!!🤣

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