DHS Skyline TG3 (No. 21 Blue Sponge)

DHS Skyline TG3 (No. 21 Blue Sponge) Rubber
Approx. $ 18 USD
Price $

User Ratings (14)

Speed 8.8
Spin 9.4
Control 8.8
Tackiness 6.9   
Tacky
Weight 4.5   
Average
Sponge Hardness 6.2   
Medium hard
Gears 8.4   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 6.0   
Medium high
Consistency 7.2
Durability 8.7   
Lasts a long time!
Overall 9.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 11
Spin 11
Control 11
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 5 users using the DHS Skyline TG3 (No. 21 Blue Sponge).
Skyline 3 rubber made with new technique has quicker attacking power with loop drive. Pursuing shape change, and high speed is produced even if no force were put on actively. Fast resuming of shape change may ensure continual loop attack. Then your opponent will be under attack pressure of continual loop.

Colloid combined with flexibility and glutinosity perfectly, the act extent of loop is becoming small and piercing.

No. 21 sponge, which adopts EX-technology, will strengthen speed, spin and control performance completely associating with DHS No. 15 glue and INTENSIFIER EX1.

Reviews (7)

siulunglee  on 1/12/2015

I use hard rubber like commerical TG3 Neo and Hurricane 2, this one is the hardest among them (also more expensive). I don't even like the feeling when I first play it. You need sometime to adjust your play. But definitely a forehard rubber because block it is not the greatest since, but when loop and fast loop it is definitely a killer. It is a offensive rubber that creates a very power spin that makes the 2nd jump of the ball drop faster a lot.
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xo  on 4/20/2012

Compared to a Tenergy 05 it is much faster if you prefer to play fast loops. If you used to play blocks and pushes it is much slower. In the beginning it is tacky but if you played about 6 hours with it there is not much less tackier. If you used to play softer rubbers this rubber should not be your choice. If you like hard rubbers which has a differnt throw angle depending on your stroke you should try it. I recommend to play this rubber only on your forehand because this is not a backhand rubber.
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Loop11  on 4/15/2012

I use it with my innerforce zlc. Yes, it needs to be play with fast blade. Speed is good but slower than tenergy 64. More control compare to my t64 and rakza 7. Maybe due to the speed. Mine is very tacky. Slow when hit slow but fast when u hit fast. My 3rd ball attack is much better now compare with the t64 n rakza 7. Long drive i prefer t64. I luv to play aggresive. Japan/euro rubber i think not for my style. Now this rubber will always be my FH n t64 will be the BH. Maybe i want to try the dhs hurricane 3 provincial to compare with this rubber.
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Anonymous  on 11/8/2011

Bought this to compare to my TG3 Neo. The blue sponge actually feels harder than the Neo and "feels" less spinny but the speed is there. IMHO tuning it would be great but only factory-tuning is legal, no?
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toyi  on 11/24/2010

It is very good on backhand!Highly recommended!
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