DHS G666

DHS G666 Rubber
Approx. $ 20 USD
Price $

User Ratings (33)

Speed 7.7
Spin 9.1
Control 8.9
Tackiness 7.7   
Tacky
Weight 6.8   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 6.9   
Medium hard
Gears 7.3   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 6.6   
Medium high
Consistency 7.0
Durability 6.6   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.8 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 6 users using the DHS G666.

Reviews (11)

LeeStyle  on 1/20/2015

This Chinese rubber is slow and responds to how much effort and technique you put into your strokes. DHS G666 is a very slow rubber that 'Promotes' good technique and will improve you capabilities to perform loops of all sorts and serves. It is a relatively heavy rubber (as expected from a chinese rubber). I had played with DHS G666 on my backhand at one point but replaced the DHS H3 Neo on my forehand with the DHS G666 because I couldn't handle the speed and 'pop' from the DHS H3 Neo. I've stayed with the DHS G666 rubber so I can develop solid technique, form, and skill before I move onto faster paced rubbers. It's speed is solid and corresponds to how much effort you put into it. T-Energy 64 is natural a fast paced rubber but the DHS G666's speed is more 'Manageable' and can be played at different speeds (but if you want it to travel faster, you will have to have good form and fast swing speed to get the speed you want). The overall speed of the rubber is slow to medium paced so I gave it a 5 out of 10. Like I said earlier, the spin put on the ball corresponds to your level of touch and feel for the ball. Once you get a 'Feel' to how loops and serves are performed, the rubber will naturally promote good behavior and technique for its user. I rated spin 8 out of 10. As for control, it's naturally slow-to-medium speed rating, thick/dense rubber sheet and sponge, and 'Texture' of the rubber make the DHS G666 an excellent control rubber. My skills, knowledge, and technique for the game have improved significantly by using this 'Beginner Friendly' rubber because it 'Promotes Good Behavior' and that is a key attribute beginners should look for in their first couple of rubber sheets. I rated the control 10 out of 10. NOTE: this is not a fast paced rubber for long distance players. To maximum potential is brought out of the rubber from close-to-the-table. A little bit more effort is required when reaching medium distance from the table. recommended on forehand side.
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hagupi  on 12/18/2014

Really like this rubber, i us it on my Nittaku Russelfor 9.2 and it gives me a destructive top. The control with this rubber is great and the speed is slow but you can generate lot of spin and usually the ball doesn't come back. Lot of winning serves too due to the spin. If you're looking for speed don't think about this rubber but if you want control with lot of spin you can give it a try thus know that it's kind of heavy though so if you don't like heavy blades avoid it too.
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titania  on 2/21/2012

perfect for powerloops , smash, and u can also chop.. nice spin for serves.. use it with dhs blades - huricane h-tp or deeper di-02
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hurricane3  on 8/30/2010

I bought this along with my Hurricane2,3 rubbers. I have a hard balde so I am trying to use a soft rubber since I like spinning. This rubber became completely dead after 3 months and I wasn't even playing that often. DHS quality has dropped like ... and I am a huge fun of DHS!!! :-< My old DHS rubber must be at least 5 years old and it is still so sticky and has way better performance than the new ones I got...
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Anonymous  on 7/28/2010

This was my favorite rubber! This rubber brings you to the offensive. Although it isn't quick, i still remember that i could smash anywhere when I was using this rubber. I would recommend you to use this rubber with a really light racket. Most of the time when i used this rubber, I won points by catching off opponents with smashes.
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