DHS Skyline TG3

DHS Skyline TG3 Rubber
Approx. $ 20 USD
Price $

User Ratings (55)

Speed 8.6
Spin 9.0
Control 8.6
Tackiness 8.2   
Weight 6.7   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 8.5   
Gears 7.1   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 4.5   
Consistency 7.9
Durability 7.9   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.9 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 11 / 12
Spin 11 / 12
Control 11 / 12
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 15 users using the DHS Skyline TG3.
Skyline TG (Technology Generation) 3. Control+Speed. Fast, continual and dense attack. 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. Representative: Wang Hao.

Reviews (28)

Nelsonjack124  9 months ago

I used the dhs skyline tg 3 from the older version which is not available anymore and also the newer version which is available now the new version is tacky not as tacky as the old one, the old one had the lowest throw and it was very hard where as the newer version is hard and has a low throw, spin as compared to both the older one had more spin as it was very tacky but as the newer version is based for plastic balls, creating spin is very important as celluloid balls are more spiny,this rubber is a powerful lopping machine if you get your sweeping action towards the ball right, this rubber is very fast, its unforgiving on serious errors , defusing tricky serves it depends but it gives 90% for me , for close play it is good too even pushes and chopping is good, it depends on where the contact is made too, if the right contact is made than no problem, i really struggled to know this rubber better since i had used the older version of this rubber it felt like hitting with a fry pan and i was a beginner and i was using it on my old xiom strato i was disappointed and later started with soft rubbers yasaka rakza series than slowly i switched to dhs hurricane 3 neo , skyline 3 neo and later dhs hurricane 3 , when i mastered the hurricane 3 on my bty viscaria i decided to get the skyline Tg 3 back after like 8 years ,the new skyline TG 3 is close to the hurricane 3 but slightly harder, a lot grippier a & a slightly lower throw , I like to finish my points faster so i use this and i am very with the skyline TG 3 & I bet it is way to faster without boosting than the butterfly tenergy or dignics,. boosting this rubber it becomes like real wild ,my setup is Bty Viscaria with customized long flared handle Dhs Skyline TG3 on FH & Dhs hurricane 3 on BH
chrisjeong  on 8/28/2013

For those who are deciding to buy this rubber, be aware.... This rubber is one of the most hardest rubber you will play with... you must practise with it many times to warm up this rubber. After you have warmed it up, it will be pretty good judging my your style. If you have quite a big back swing who likes to slap or loop the ball, this is the rubber for you!!! ^^
Quintus55  3 months ago

Tested in 1.8. In this thickness, maybe good for chopping (not my playing style) or for very young player who prefer hard rubber on forehand.
Ricospin  4 months ago

By far the hardest rubber I've played with. the ball bounces 3 times on my paddle and then stops. Amazing spin on the rubber, serves are top notch. Topspins in my oppinion are better on a boosted H3N vs this. Curious to see how it performs boosted. Used on forehand of Air MambaS.
mark7797  on 3/5/2019

I pair it in FH in Dhs Pg7 shakehand blade. Able to loop side spin effectively as compared to H3 For BH : still use H3 medium hardness

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