DHS C8 Pips
Approx. $ 18 USD
Price $

User Ratings (20)

Speed 7.3
Spin 6.2
Control 8.5
Deception 7.5
Reversal 6.7
Weight 2.5   
Sponge Hardness 6.5   
Medium hard
Consistency 9.7   
Always identical
Durability 9.1   
Lasts a long time!
Overall 8.2 10
Manufacturer Details
Type Long pips
There are 2 users using the DHS C8.

Reviews (13)

Lucasel25  on 3/27/2018

Excellent rubber, very good to chop from afar and block at medium distance and possibly up close too, very easy to make smooth strokes and of course hit flat, but difficult to receive services and return them cut as it is a fast rubber, but that It is remedied with a defensive wood since I have an offensive wood and also a disturbing effect that can be a headache for some players.
sipokoyto  on 12/5/2017

Long pimple famous for its all around ability. I have diffulty initially in doing a backhand spin but somehow was able to do it. I switched to orthodox or shakehand when using long pimple. I am currently training my son agianst this rubber to teach him how to lift the ball when playing against long pimple. It does not reduce power that much compared to palio ck how ever c8 has more control and easier to play and master. If you want to move to lp from inverted or you want to try lp this is your rubber. Once you mastet it then you can move to TSP Curl or Joola LP. Also with this rubber it is easy to do knuckle ball, float, reverse and side swip. Remember that your arc should be from your elbow and not waist.
martinjan  on 10/27/2017

I have been playing C8 for at least 5 years after I was getting bored at my own competitionlevel and needed some challenge. I dont recommend putting this type of rubber on your bat to compensate for lack of skills as it takes a lot of practice and technique to master it properly , as probably is the case with any type of pips. I use C8 on my forehand and it is an excellent rubber for counterhitting close to the table. It 'produces' enough speed and spinreversal to put your opponent into troublesome situations. Chopping works well too, though if you are dominantly a defender you may consider somewhat slower pimps offering better control. After 5 years only one of the pimples has been lost in the middle of the bat. Could be caused by hitting the table instead of the ball, dont know for sure. Anyway this rubber is quite cheap so there is no reason to complain after 5 years. Ignore the fact that these pimps are cheap, because they offer good quality. Highly recommended!
wanghaoch  on 10/6/2017

perfect long pips
Patchie00  on 6/19/2013

This is an updated review on C8 as it is sold today 2013. My last review was from an old sheet bought around 2008. I have this in red 1.0mm on a Joola Chen Weixing Def+ blade. Great for BH service return, this rubber is not faised by any type of spin I just chop, block or attack serves over the table of close in. Away from the table defensive chops can be un returnable as the ball tends to have a float effect. You can attack balls but its harder that any other long pips I've used as the pips are hard and almost frictionless, and yes these are legal pips. These LP are more suited to a defensive chop blocking game than an aggressive style which is my LP BH game. ANy shots that are hit successfully very rarely get returned, some disruption but that depends on what is being returned by your opponent. Well worth the money you pay on ebay or chinese sites, around £10-£12 GBP.

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