DHS NEO Hurricane 3 Provincial (Orange Sponge)

DHS NEO Hurricane 3 Provincial (Orange Sponge) Rubber
Approx. $ 42 USD
Price $

User Ratings (40)

Speed 8.7
Spin 9.4
Control 9.0
Tackiness 7.6   
Tacky
Weight 6.4   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 7.3   
Medium hard
Gears 9.2   
Many gears
Throw Angle 5.7   
Medium high
Consistency 8.1
Durability 8.3   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 9.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 12 / 13
Spin 12 / 13
Control 12 / 13
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 25 users using the DHS NEO Hurricane 3 Provincial (Orange Sponge).
Top sheet is considerably thinner than the commercial Neo Hurricane 3 resulting in a reduction of the overall cut/uncut weight and providing livelier feel from the topsheet. Additionally, the topsheet and sponge are of a higher quality than Neo Hurricane 3 commercial.

Reviews (25)

ControlledSpin  on 10/16/2017

A very tacky, spinny, hard Chinese rubber that can be used by beginners all the way to the professional level. Not that heavy. The tacky rubber along with aggressive brush strokes can produce unmatched spin on loops. It's lack of catapult or bounciness also makes it great for serving and pushes. However it's extreme grip can also make serve returns more challenging if you misread the spin as it is very spin sensitive. Unboosted it's a great rubber to learn to loop with along with a flexible all wood blade. Boosted with Haifu Seamoon (my recommendation) it becomes a powerful mid distance looping tool to compete with Tenergy 05 at the advanced and Pro levels. If you want to try a Chinese rubber to compare against the Euro/Jap tensors try this one. I'd recommend for use on the FH side with a softer and faster Euro rubber on the BH.
+3
DangerChan  on 8/11/2015

I've used various versions of Hurricanes 3 NEO for at least past 4 years. At first, I've used on both FH and BH, but after getting some training from the Chinese National Team (B Team) and talked to them in Mandarin, I learnt a lot about the various versions of H3N. It is definitely a FH rubber. H3N is generally a harder rubber with hardness from 39 degree to 41 degree. It is suitable for FH as we can dictate the power and get more direct hit with various speed of top-spin and generate awesome Chinese loops. There is a significant difference between the provincial edition and domestic (sold in China only) or international edition. I feel that it is softer and allow more control and also spinnier. Now, the provincial also has a 38 degree sponge option, and goes as high as 41 degree. I personally like the 38 degree as it is more forgiving than 39 degree yet still has great speed. I still remember the feeling upgrading from a domestic H3N to a provincial H3N. As I play 3 to 4 times a week on average, this provincial H3N lasted me about 3 months of prime condition, any days afterwards performance degraded back to regular H3N or any older rubbers.
+2
Leonard_Woelk  9 months ago

Very spinny, consistently and when you hit very hard ist so fast. It must broken up and then you don't need to boost, but when you use Haifu Seamoon it is more better. Great rubber for everyone!
0
superspin  on 12/22/2017

Very good rubber, better than commercial version . It's lighter and faster also spin is better than commercial h3 neo. Best thing is the throw angle is much better on the provincial h3 neo. However the review based on one using Chinese style loop or some one with good technic who can spin with high speed and can engage sponge properly when needed. By the way review is for unboosted h3 neo provincial 38 degree. Couldn't wait to boost it soon! Just imagine
0
Spinkillz  on 11/17/2016

I have this rubber on my dhs Racquet. It is good for fast pace offensive players and with the amazing tackiness you can create a lot of spin on serves and defensive shots. I would always recommend dhs rubbers and blades for offensive players who also want to loop well.
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