DHS Skyline TG3

DHS Skyline TG3 Rubber
Approx. $ 30 USD
Price $

User Ratings (47)

Speed 8.5
Spin 8.9
Control 8.6
Tackiness 8.4   
Weight 6.8   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 8.4   
Medium hard
Gears 6.9   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 4.7   
Consistency 7.9
Durability 8.2   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.8 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 11 / 12
Spin 11 / 12
Control 11 / 12
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 14 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 (23)

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!!! ^^
TTCP  3 months ago

I played with this rubber for about a year, and this is my experience with it. This is definitely one of the hardest rubber topsheet ever, so even if the sponge is soft, it will still be difficult to control. With that said, this rubber is very tacky and can generate very good spin and speed. For a non-tensor, it's also pretty dynamic. The main drawback is that there is a huge learning curve for this rubber, even compared to other tacky Chinese rubbers. For example, Hurricane 3 is much easier to play with. Once you get used to Skyline TG3, it can be a great weapons. Because it is developed for penhold players, this is a very sensitive and reactive rubber, so it's not forgiving on mistakes. Small movement can generate a lot of spin. In the hands of a capable player, the rubber can spin the ball in all possible ways. I was never able to get used to this rubber even after a long time. Many of my shots tend to go long and off the table. This rubber has good speed and great spin capabilities. It is a good rubber. It's just not the right rubber for me. I would rate it 8.5 out of 10, because it is difficult to control.
tabletennis11  6 months ago

The DHS Skyline TG3 is an even more traditional Chinese rubber than its Neo counterpart as it is slightly firmer and slower, producing an even more subdued feeling on ball impact. FH drives are rock-solid but slow unless played with significant physical effort. I found myself using larger arm swings, greater hip rotation and/or greater acceleration through the ball than normal to compensate for lower inherent speed. In fact, I could take this to near-ridiculous levels and pound the ball, and still only produce moderate fast drives. FH loops against backspin require a more open bat angle and/or faster acceleration through the ball, due to the rubber’s low throw angle, which otherwise renders it more likely for the ball to get caught in the net. Opening FH loops against heavy backspin generate high amounts of topspin but less than with the Neo counterpart. High-impact FH loops and loop-drives are powerful due to their long, low and... Read our full review here: http://blog.tabletennis11.com/dhs-skyline-3-neo-3-60-review
andyzhao123  9 months ago

Good Chinese style rubber for the price. I recommend getting 1.8 mm for Beginners for more control. Good for forehand.
reysinho03  on 7/10/2016

este es un caucho muy pesado, con muy buen control y spin; si vas a usar este caucho te recomiendo que utilices una madera carbon para equilibrar el peso; si se boostea es un caucho increible

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