DHS Hurricane 2 (H2)

DHS Hurricane 2 (H2) Rubber
Approx. $ 14 USD
Price $

User Ratings (77)

Speed 8.5
Spin 9.3
Control 8.0
Tackiness 8.6   
Weight 7.6   
Sponge Hardness 8.6   
Gears 6.5   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 3.5   
Consistency 7.0
Durability 7.9   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.8 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 12 / 12
Spin 12 / 12
Control 10 / 12
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 21 users using the DHS Hurricane 2 (H2).
"Hurricane II", the new rubber especially designed for Wang Liqin, Yan Sen in 2000 Olympic Games, can create much higher speed and spin than any other products while keeping stable control. In addition, it has a strong near-table offensive power for making ball fly in low arc so that frustrating opponent's defence.

Reviews (47)

hagupi  on 12/18/2014

I used it on a DHS PG2 blade and I totally agree with zhuangcorp but I wanna also say that after few hours of playing this rubber, you break it and the feeling becomes different with way more control that when the rubber is brand new. Also you don't need to speed glue cuz you won't have to get far from the table if you really use it like it should be : close to the table.
Capoblanco  on 10/25/2013

H2 is not made for everyone. This rubber fits close to the table players who plays with lot of spin variation (backspin, spiny loops and spiny serves). H2 shines also when blocking and smashing through opponents loops. The sponge is so hard that mid or long distance plays becomes difficult compares with other rubbers with not so hard sponges. H3 or Neo H2 and H3 could be better choices for that kind of play.
japhet  on 2/16/2012

it is the best in looping i love this rubber and it has a great control..
Anonymous  on 4/18/2011

There are faster and spinnier rubbers now available, but H2 to me hasn't got any significant weaknesses at a good price. It allows for very nice and sharp loops. The question is what fits your game best and this stuff does it for me. My playing style is close-to-the-table offensive/allround. I have got sponge 2.2 on FH, and 2.0 and BH, i wouldn't go for more because of the weight.
JonathanJ  on 1/2/2009

There are different variations of this rubber. I used the 2.20mm thickness / 41 density version. My H2 had an amazing close-to-the-table game. The speed of this rubber was great, and the spin is even better. There are only very few rubbers I know that can surpass H2 in spin. Quick attack/drive close to table are very effective as are loops at short and mid range. The only thing I did not like about this rubber is that its far-from-table capability is pretty low. A LOT of effort must be exerted to make loops work effectively at a distance. I have a friend who uses H2 with a lower density. His version offers much more control and better far from the table game, BUT its close to the table power is at a deficit with a speed much lower than the one I have. In order for this rubber to work maximally, you should know what density and thickness fits best with your game beforehand. This is otherwise an awesome rubber.

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