DHS PF4 40+

DHS PF4 40+ Rubber
Approx. $ 10 USD
Price $

User Ratings (11)

Speed 7.2
Spin 8.1
Control 8.2
Tackiness 6.9   
Weight 6.4   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 7.1   
Medium hard
Gears 6.2   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 3.8   
Consistency 6.7
Durability 5.6   
Average durability
Overall 8.1 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 105 / 7
Spin 50 / 7
Control 102 / 7
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 1 users using the DHS PF4 40+.
DHS PF4 40+ Table tennis Rubber

The classic PF4 rubber with hard sponge and super sticky surface has been re-invented.

The ‘new’ version is more suitable for the 40+ ball and incorporates a new surface technology and new adhesive between the rubber and sponge to increase the speed without losing spin.

Ideal for allround play for heavy chops and quick topspins.

Reviews (7)

Tito  3 months ago

Nice rubber for very very beginner players. And the most important, it's a cheap rubber with medium to low perfomance.
justanavarageuser  9 months ago

I used this rubber on my BH with a 2.0mm sponge, on a Huaruite Clipper (Stiga Clipper copy) blade, which is an ALL piece of wood. The sponge felt very hard, although the control of the rubber was amazing! However, I wouldn't recommend it with a 2.0mm sponge due to it's "deadness". Because the sheet is definitely a slow one, pairing it with a thick sponge would only get you a feelingless piece of rubber. It's advantages are blocking, flicking and looping. Whenever I started a chop-fight, after the 4th or 5th chop it always went to the net. So my recommendation is to buy this rubber if you want to try out a tacky Chinese rubber, with a maximum 1.8mm sponge. Use it on FH or BH, it's up to you, however, try to avoid chopping with it constantly. Keep in mind that this is a slow one, so smashing is not recommended because it can be returned easily due to it's slowness. Would use it on an OFF blade. (P.S.: maintain it properly, it's a dust magnet!)
sleegx  on 9/19/2018

Inferior to G888 in regard of spin. Inferior in general compared to G888. Speed, tackiness, hardness, control, gears, touch are inferior to G888 Throw angle is a bit more shallow than G888. But in contrast, it is very helpful as practice rubber to prepare on playing with G888.
Hozuki  on 5/2/2018

A true classic, upgraded for poly ball. Perfect for beginners trying to learn chinese loop. Very Spinny with proper stroke, easy short game and medium-high throw from the half grippy, half tacky topsheet. Comes in hardness 40 deg and above, thus very hard sponge. To make this rubber work on higher level, you need to pair it with a medium flexible, hard blade, and boost the sponge with at least two layers tuner. That way the sponge will become more playable and the low speed issue can be resolved. I would call it a cheap training version of H3. But it really needs tuning.
TTCP  on 4/20/2018

This is a fairly cheap rubber, but it is a step up from the typical practice rubbers, like Galaxy/Yinhe 9000D. The speed is ok. The spin is very good, as the tacky surface grabs the ball very well. The sponge is medium hard, but it's not too reactive on soft shots, allowing you to easily place the ball anywhere on the top. This means you'll have excellent control and can easily lift backspin. I usually only use tacky rubber on forehand, but this rubber is good for both forehand and backhand. Curiously, this rubber has great feeling too. This effect seems more prominent on backhand than forehand. Overall, I give this rubber 9 out 10 for its great performance to cost ratio. It's cheap enough to be used as a practice rubber, but good enough that you can play serious matches. It's also one of the few hard tacky rubbers I would recommend for both forehand and backhand.

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