Anonymous on 8/5/2010
Plays very similar to hurricane, great for loop driving. Its an awesome rubber if it suits your style.
Anonymous on 8/12/2009
Really tacky, when I first bought it, the ball would stick to the rubber upside down and stay there for about 30 seconds. You either have to really spin the ball, or have a loop drive stroke when attacking.
nigelhunt on 10/25/2008
I love this rubber for pushes because of the low throw angle and the heavy spin that is generated. Driving is also fantastic giving excellent speed especially over and close to the table. However because of the low throw angle is lack the up and down of the european / japanese rubber so looping requires slightly more effort than a normal mechanical spin rubber.
JOOLA_Chan on 5/26/2011
This rubber is the same as the DHS TG3 or Skyline as most people call it.
I've been using this rubber for quite a while now and it has never failed me.
When you execute a loop, the bounce on the other side of the table is never consistant. It has many gears for you to work with.
This rubber is superb for serving and short game, But it doesn't lack much in the mid distance counter loops.