DHS Hurricane 3 Provincial (No. 22 Blue Sponge)

DHS Hurricane 3 Provincial (No. 22 Blue Sponge) Rubber
Approx. $ 65 USD
Price $

User Ratings (28)

Speed 9.2
Spin 9.5
Control 9.3
Tackiness 7.4   
Tacky
Weight 6.3   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 7.7   
Medium hard
Gears 9.0   
Many gears
Throw Angle 6.2   
Medium high
Consistency 8.9
Durability 8.6   
Lasts a long time!
Overall 9.4 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 17 users using the DHS Hurricane 3 Provincial (No. 22 Blue Sponge).
2012 newly released 22# blue sponge H3 provincial version by DHS! 22# blue spongy is advanced product by best pange technology of DHS in high costs.
Simply the best H3 pro for players who are looking for the extreme weapon. Even it is 40 degree, but still very easy to play.

Reviews (11)

ChairmanMeow  on 11/12/2016

The perfect rubber for me! I got this rubber in 41 deg. hardness and 2.2mm sponge. I did not boost it, but I have used these rubbers boosted before. In my opinion, a boosted H3 blue sponge is one of the best- if not the best- rubber for loopers and power players out there. However, boosting is expensive and kind of a hassle for me, so I decided to stop doing it. This is a review for an unboosted H3 Provincial Blue Sponge. It is average in speed on passive and low power strokes, which offers great control. It is very fast once enough power is put in. It may be hard to get used to for some people because of this non-linear behaviour. It creates tremendous spin on serves, pushes, and just about anything else. Even my flat kills have a large amount of topspin with this rubber. Brushes are fantastic due to the tacky surface. It is also surprisingly good at chopping because of its good control and hardness, which does not allow the ball to sink into the rubber on chops. Its spin is more than that of T05. In top end speed, it is faster than T05. However, T05 is much bouncier and faster on passive and low power shots. Best results from this rubber come from boosting, and in my opinion T05 is no match for a boosted H3 Blue Sponge. It is available in different thicknesses and hardnesses; I have seen 2.15 and 2.2mm, and 39, 40, and 41 deg; however, there might be more options out there. I found that 41 degrees worked well for me, but it might be too hard for people who don't use as much power on their strokes or for people who want a more bouncy feeling. Do not use this if you want a tensor-like feeling, as it will throw off your game. A slightly different stroke is required to use this rubber effectively- you need a straighter arm on loops and some other things also need to change a little. As a side note, H3 Provincial is generally less tacky than H3 Commercial. I don't know why, it just is. However, it plays much better (in my opinion) than H3 Commercial.
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williamlimpo  on 3/18/2016

Many people said that chinese rubbers aren't good. This happen cuz the technique you use, If you use jap/euro rubbers you need to bend your elbow more. You need to make a strong brush and straighter elbow with a chinese rubber to create a good loop, topspin, counter attacks. By The Way, Chinese rubbers are the best in flicking, serves, and returns
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Tomas  1 months ago

This is a rubber for players that prefer attack over than control or passive play, is a loop machine, it gives you a consistent spin every time so you feel confident at drives and loops and counter loops, the only disadvantage is that you need to put more force and long swing on looping backspin than with orange sponge that is the opposite (better for looping backspin and over all near the table) and blue sponge, slightly harder sponge that releases the kraken when you’re far from the table and begin the rally or when you just wanna loop kill the ball, it also depends on your preference with the thickness (the thicker you use, the faster it’ll be but more difficult to use, the thinner you use, the controlable it’ll be but slower and more needed to use more strokes for winning the point) and also the hardness of the sponge ( the harder the sponge, the better for loop against topspin and no spin, and less sensitive to the opponent's spin, but need more force and full mechanism, the softer it is, better for close of the table and against backspin due to properties of soft rubber that have higher throw angle but lacks on power far from the table).
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Hozuki  11 months ago

39 prov blue compared to neo 39 has better quality topsheet and no tuning. It's also faster and has lower throw, resulting in less control. That's about it. Performance is very similar. IMO, orange sponge is better at low power close to table while blue sponge excels more at counterloops from mid distance. Tuning is recommended, to draw out the better potential of bs, else low gear is severely lacking. OS commercial is 85% as good (for advanced players!), whether that justifies 3x price, you be the judge. If your control and technique isn't advanced, stick with OS.
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dan0ne  on 5/4/2017

Play this rubber on Yasaka Ma Lin Extra Offensive 3 months. Hard, tacky and heavy - chinese style rubber. Low arc, strong spin. High control in serve recieve. Blue sponge #22 slightly softer than orange. Requires good technique! Allways need use the sponge when you loop. Very hard to loop slow and short when use only top sheet. Rubber is too hard for this. This rubber mostly for strong serves, loop kill and counter loops.
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