DHS Skyline 3-60 Soft

DHS Skyline 3-60 Soft Rubber
Approx. $ 24 USD
Price $

User Ratings (8)

Speed 8.2
Spin 8.7
Control 8.5
Tackiness 6.9   
Tacky
Weight 4.3   
Average
Sponge Hardness 1.8   
Medium soft
Gears 7.6   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 4.7   
Medium
Consistency 8.3
Durability 6.8   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.8 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 2 users using the DHS Skyline 3-60 Soft.
CONTROL + LOOP Sticky Rubber + Soft Elastic Sponge Skyline 3-60: classic sticky rubber + new soft elastic sponge Classic Skyline 3, equipped with a soft and elastic 60 sponge, brings a unique sense of depth with ball contact. Skyline 3-60 is designed with a unique sponge-rubber combination. It absorbs and responds rapidly on ball contact, providing for excellent elasticity and speed. Such dynamic properties make Skyline 3-60 ideal for continuous and high strength loop attacks. Minimal effort is needed. The soft elastic 60 sponge and pliable rubber is perfect for making fast attacks and subtle technical changes with the wrist, to deceive the opponent. Skyline 3-60 generates strong and changeable spin. Supported by soft elastic sponge, the sticky rubber optimises such spin potential. Players using Skyline 3-60 will not be limited to one certain type of loop but have the option of making varied loop techniques. Skyline 3-60 is the optimal combination of classic sticky rubber and elastic sponge. HARDNESS: 30~34°

Reviews (6)

Lightzy  on 12/17/2017

An excellent backhand rubber. Gives you everything you could want from a backhand rubber. Compared to the AK47 Blue it is slower and heavier with a harder sponge but more controlled and, of course, tacky. I think it is probably DHS' fastest rubber line, and is certainly much faster than the hurricane line in lower effort shots (ie. backhand). I wouldn't say it's the best backhand rubber but it's up there. Not tacky enough to seriously affect the 40+ polyball but perhaps the newer nalls will give it new strength.
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DannyDawkins  7 months ago

Great Rubber. Untypically I use it for forehand 2.2 Thickness. Control is great, Spin is great. Top Spins are more uncontrollable for opponents. The grade of tackiness allows also very solid defense play. For me it is a great all round rubber.
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Reaper  on 12/24/2016

2.1 black. Great tackiness and soft sponge. Used it in a OFF+ Blade and got lots of speed but little control, so i switch it to a ALL+ Blade for more control. It's quite sensitive to incoming spin and the throw angle is low, so a proper brush technique is required. The topsheet is fragile, and collects a lot of dust , proper care is a must (cleaning liquid + protective sheet) As mentioned, it's extremely loud, recommended for Forehand loops and topspins, hitting flat will cause the sponge to become dead over time.
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man_iii  on 3/7/2016

I have the Black MAX Soft Rubber. This rubber looks and feels in the hand almost identical to Neo Skyline TG- 3. Even weight seems identical. The play is same as Neo Skyline TG3. Rubber not too sensitive to incoming spin. But not very lively or spinny at all. Chop rallies are a failure but give adequate control. Active chopping requires very soft touch and medium pushes else it ends up netting the ball. Serving has enough spin but not amazing. Top-spin and counter-topspin work close and mid-table only. Blocking / Push / Drive is ok. I wanted a softer version of Neo Skyline TG2 and got a very very poor quality product that looks like last generation repackaged rubber. This is it for any Chinese rubber expectations. If players want good Chinese rubbers, better look to LKT ( KTL ) or Dawei or some other rubber company. Else buy the older versions of the DHS rubbers. Even 729 Friendship is a better rubber even without boosting than this.
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Marios  on 1/24/2016

The best compliment I can give this rubber, is that for me it plays very similar to Tenergy 05-FX. It took me many months and considerable improvement in my game to be able to optimize the use of the Tenergy 05-FX (the Tenergy 05 is too uncontrollable and too "unforgiving" for me). And then I tried the DHS Skyline 3-60 Soft! I've been using it for over a month now (both sides) and the tackiness is over half gone. It's not exactly the same as T 05-FX, but I can use the same strokes to get the same results. And I win the same number of points against my usual practice partners/opponents as I do with the T 05-FX. It's still a bit of a mystery to me how and why, but it's a good mystery, given the less-than-half price ratio!
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