61 Second Lightning DS (Non-tacky)

61 Second Lightning DS (Non-tacky) Rubber
Approx. $ 15 USD
Price $

User Ratings (5)

Speed 7.3
Spin 7.5
Control 7.9
Tackiness 1.6   
Slightly tacky
Weight 2.8   
Sponge Hardness 4.2   
Gears 4.0   
Throw Angle 3.5   
Consistency 6.7
Durability 3.5   
Not very durable
Overall 7.2 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 3 users using the 61 Second Lightning DS (Non-tacky).

Reviews (4)

Mocker  2 months ago

I tested this rubber in Black, Hardness 36, 1.5mm to use it on backhand. I was a bit disappointed. Ok it's 1.5mm. I compare this to DHS TinArc3, 2.1mm, H37 and 729 Focus III Snipe, 2.1mm, H44. The dwell time was almost none, and it's almost impossible for me to use for top spin. Quite good though for defensive play and back spin. I tried it out on my forehand. I'm playing with much spin and brush loops, using DHS Hurricane III NEO normally. My conclusion is that it lacks speed, probably because of the 1.5mm sponge. Spin is about the same as 729 Focus III Snipe.
GeralDINO  7 months ago

This rubber is in my opinion not as slow as in the overall rating !!!! (- ... the 36 as well as the 38° degree version!) It is clearly one of the fastest Chinese rubber i have ever played. (... and I played a lot of!) In my opinion, it´s a fast allround rubber with good control, medium spin and a medium low (at 38°) and a medium (at 36°) throw angle. The ball placement after service is easy, the specified sponge hardnesses from 36 or 38 degree are probably about 2 degrees higher. The medium hard top sheet and also the sponges are very clean processed (therefore good to cut). In addition, the rubbers have a good durability. The weights of my 38 degree versions lies between 50 - 55 g. uncut incl. protectiv film for 1,8 - 2,2 mm. ( cutted on my blade, 158 x 150 mm, between 36 and 40 g.) The version with 36 degree sponge has more dynamic (catapult), a , medium high throw angle and a better control, than the 38 dregree version. The weight of my 1,8 mm version in red is (uncut with film) 58 g and 36 g on my blade. My red 2 mm rubber had 72 g in original packaging, 55 g inclusive protection film and 35 g cutted. My black 2,2 mm version weighed 72 g packed up, 56 g incl. film and 40 g cutted. ( – ... on my OFF blade, 158 x 150 mm ) I feel the new 36 degree sponge version as an upgrade of the 38 degree version and consider it an excellent backhand rubber.
allsa0  on 10/1/2016

Got this as my first rubber and must say, I'm very pleased with it!
chuckjordan2  on 5/16/2015

Reviewed: 2.0/Red on DHS P7. Tacky first few days, then non-tacky (I wanted non-tacky). Great control on BH. Has 2 gears (med/med-fast). And to boot it's light. I'm able to BH loop better, and can serve spins good. Recommended by Eacheng. I like, will be buying more!

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