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G666 (Double Happiness/DHS)

G666 (Double Happiness/DHS)

The G666 rubber sheet offers a long lasting sticky surface together with new developments in sponge layer molecular design.

Used by Wang Hao for aggressive looping and forceful attack, the special elasticity of the sponge improves the ability to control spin and place the ball effectively, making the G666 rubber perfect for a players who stands just back from the table and varies the speed and spin of their return.

Average user rating from: 2 users

Overall rating
3.9
Speed (2 ratings)
3.0
General spin (2 ratings)
4.0
Mechanical spin (1 rating)
2.5
Topsheet spin (1 rating)
4.5
Sponge hardness (1 rating)
4.5
Topsheet hardness (1 rating)
4.0
High throw angle (1 rating)
4.0
Weight (1 rating)
3.5
Control (2 ratings)
4.0
Durability (1 rating)
5.0
Serve (2 ratings)
4.3
Short game (2 ratings)
4.3
Flip (Flick) (2 ratings)
3.8
Over the table loop (2 ratings)
3.5
High arc loop (2 ratings)
3.8
Counterloop (2 ratings)
3.5
Smash (2 ratings)
3.8
Block (2 ratings)
4.0
Chop (2 ratings)
4.0
Value for money (2 ratings)
4.0
 


10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
t3h anarchist
Wednesday, 24 December 2008

Written by t3h anarchist - #1 reviewer - View all my reviews

Overall rating
3.8
Speed
3.0
General spin
4.0
Control
3.5
Serve
5.0
Short game
4.5
Flip (Flick)
4.0
Over the table loop
3.0
High arc loop
3.5
Counterloop
3.0
Smash
3.5
Block
3.5
Chop
5.0
Value for money
3.0
I am really not sure if DHS G666 is supposed to be a defensive or offensive rubber, because its too tacky to be that of a offensive rubber, but too fast to be a defensive. The rubbers notable characteristic is the tackniess of the topsheet. You can create some great spin with this rubber. Its great for playing spinny balls (flip, push, chop, etc.), but when it comes to speed and power, it is simply not fast or elastic enough to give the ball the umph needed to loop the ball over with power. this is a good rubber on backhand maybe, because the control is okay. I am not sure what this rubber was made to do.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Thursday, 13 March 2008

Written by Anonymous

Overall rating
4.0
Speed
3.0
General spin
4.0
Mechanical spin
2.5
Topsheet spin
4.5
Sponge hardness
4.5
Topsheet hardness
4.0
High throw angle
4.0
Weight
3.5
Control
4.5
Durability
5.0
Serve
3.5
Short game
4.0
Flip (Flick)
3.5
Over the table loop
4.0
High arc loop
4.0
Counterloop
4.0
Smash
4.0
Block
4.5
Chop
3.0
Value for money
5.0
Excellent rubber to do virtually everything, initially the tacky topsheet gives you the impression that the rubber is very very slow, however once the initial "new" tackiness wears off a bit the speed and power comes through. I've never speed glued this rubber so cannot comment on how it responds to it, but have used this rubber on an offensive blade,which will allow you to have good power, whilst keeping control when you need it. If your used to using soft sponges or prefer using soft sponges you probably won't like using this rubber. Also one last thing to add the consistency in strokes is also excellent.
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