DHS Dipper

DHS Dipper Rubber
Approx. $ 20 USD
Price $

User Ratings (7)

Speed 8.0
Spin 7.5
Control 8.2
Tackiness 1.8   
Slightly tacky
Weight 4.8   
Sponge Hardness 3.2   
Medium soft
Gears 7.0   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 5.2   
Medium high
Consistency 6.3
Durability 5.7   
Average durability
Overall 7.4 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 9.0
Spin 11
Control 10
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 2 users using the DHS Dipper.

Reviews (3)

jkan  on 2/6/2011

I'm not sure why, but my experience is completely different from the 2 review before me. I find the dipper to be very soft and not tacky. I do agree on the control part. However, it reminds me of jelly (yes the kind jelly you eat). the top sheet felt like it was dipped in oil, maybe that's why they call it dipper? and the sponge felt soft, softer than my Mark V HPS Soft... If you disagree with me, i would love to know why mine is so different as well.. I'm just saying what my rubber doing. Close to table is fantastic, push is a little arkward with the soft feel i have, since its hard to generate spin back with the top sheet, yet if you do drop shops, the soft sponge will provide you no force to let the ball drop back over = you have over use your force = too far, if not your just gonna let it drop on to the net. it's like a weak power, spinny control rubber.. but then one thing i notice is that when you add your force on to the backhand, the ball flys, maybe because the soft rubber kicks in? I don't know... but this rubber just feel so arkward to me, love the control, but still... i would not buy this again, sorry :X i'm going to look for something less jelly like
lefty  on 3/20/2010

Originally I wasn't too impressed, finding it not really the fastest nor spinniest. But I have since discovered that it has awesome defensive qualities. Perfect BH rubber for RPB players who use quick wrist-snappy punchblocks/counterblocks. The throw angle is medium-low, perfect for blocking. On the BH I use lots of quick wrist-snap punch/brush right off the bounce. So with very small movements you can really defend against smashes, since you are borrowing their speed and throwing it back at them faster with your forward punch and more topspin with your wrist snap. The feel of the rubber is fairly hard (because it bottoms out to wood when punchblocking), which is the direct feeling I like when blocking. Lighter than DHS tacky rubbers and Bty T05, but much heavier than most 729 rubbers. Just slightly heavier than Avalox Sterco.
Yellow_F  on 12/31/2009

very hard rubber...it needs a lot of time to handle this hard sponge..in my opinion not the best rubber but with a lot of training might be a good weapon..

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