DHS A6002


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Approx. $ 52 USD
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User Ratings (3)

Speed 8.2
Spin 8.4
Control 7.8
Weight 7.5   
Durability 6.3   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 7.7 10
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Reviews (3)

tonglu  on 9/24/2018

I got the mass market model shipped from China with Hurricane 8 black FH and Tin Arc red BH. Love the H8 for its tacky surface and power. Tin Arc is a little bit slow for me. The biggest complain is how heavy this thing is overall. I colleague tried it and asked to buy it from, I am pretty happy to pass it on to him.
mahidul123456  on 10/10/2016

The two rubbers hurricane 3 fh and tin arc 3 bh are pretty heavy tacky chinese rubbers, hurricane 3 being the heavier one. Hurricane 3 is also the harder and tackier one of the 2. Throw angle is pretty high, bad control, very hard rubber. If you wanna play with hurricane u need to apply 3 layers of booster. I suggest falco tempo long booster. Only 3 for 150 ml. Tin arc 3 is also pretty heavy and hard, but lower throw angle. Ok, but not the best feeling for the backhand. These rubbers won't last u for even 3 months if u play like everyday for say 4-5 hours. Not for beginier player. Need lot of technique to get used to.
McCustom  on 10/9/2016

Firstly, this bat comes with (DHS) Hurricane 3 and Tin Arc rubbers; you can see their ratings on their page. The rubbers are heavy, but the blade (an all-wood 5 ply) weighs 86 grams - not too heavy. As a result, the bat is top heavy overall. The tacky Hurricane rubber requires a solid technique to extract the best out of it due to it's extremely hard sponge. This means it propels the ball out with much less dwell time than a softer rubber would, resulting in less control, especially to inexperienced players. The Tin Arc (normal version) is less tacky and has a slightly softer sponge, but still relatively hard. What I found with this rubber was that on some shots the throw angle changed without warning, causing the ball to fly over the table end or sometimes drop into the net. Both rubbers have a similar speed, and are not at all bouncy in the short game. I would say the Hurricane is harder to play with, but with a good technique is more consistent, making it more suitable for forehand. The Tin Arc has a lower throw angle, which many people like on their backhand. But don't take this review too seriously, I'm not a pro. Enjoy your TT!

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