DHS HURRICANE-I Tournament Table Tennis Racket, Ping Pong Paddle, Penhold Racquet

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    8DHS-AB05524    Have Questions ?
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by Hazara Singh Panesar Date Added: Sunday 13 December, 2015

I am using this Pen Hold DHS Hurricane-1 for more than 3 yrs now and in these 3 years I really enjoyed playing with this awesome paddle and will buy it again if have to buy another one :)

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Date Added: Sunday 28 June, 2015

Fast deliver and great quality, the price is very good too

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by J. Pryor Date Added: Wednesday 24 June, 2015

I LOVE my racket. That said, it took approximately TWO MONTHS to reach me, so if you want your new racket tomorrow I wouldn't buy this.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Lindsey M. Stutchman "Lindsey" Date Added: Thursday 27 March, 2014

Greetings,Im writing you with heavy heart. Recently, I was married and, in my recent nuptials, inherited a ten year old boy. This boy is quite the odd fellow. He isnt much for sports or academics. In an effort to get him out of the house more often (so newlyweds can practice what the Lord above intended) so I bought him one of your paddles: the DHS Hurricane. Eager as a high-schooler on prom night, the moment the package arrived, I shoved him out the door (box in hand) and pointed him toward the direction of the local community center.As were rounding second base, we are interrupted by the slobbery sobbing of the ten year old. Apparently, he arrived to the community center eager to test out the new hardware only to be thwarted by the overwhelming smell of what I can only describe as a 5 gallon drum of rotten fish. Immediately (and frustratingly), I threw the paddle into the backyard and washed the childs hands with industrial dish soap. After three thorough washings and some skin loss, he is just now starting to not smell like a fish market. As for the paddle, I have hosed it off, soaked it in bleach, and hung it on our laundering line.Surely, we cannot be the first to comment on the overwhelming stench of this product. Is fish sauce an ancient secret to paddle rubber adhesion? Does it grant some sort of secret looping ability? Does the smell alone distract opponents in such a way to guarantee defeat?Please help me understand,An eager stepfather(PS - now this is for real: the paddle is really great. And it really does smell really bad and the sellers could not offer any solace. But I enjoy the game very much with this paddle...my opponents just don't like to shake my hand after our games.)

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by Lindsey "Lindsey" Date Added: Thursday 27 March, 2014

Greetings,Im writing you with heavy heart. Recently, I was married and, in my recent nuptials, inherited a ten year old boy. This boy is quite the odd fellow. He isnt much for sports or academics. In an effort to get him out of the house more often (so newlyweds can practice what the Lord above intended) so I bought him one of your paddles: the DHS Hurricane. Eager as a high-schooler on prom night, the moment the package arrived, I shoved him out the door (box in hand) and pointed him toward the direction of the local community center.As were rounding second base, we are interrupted by the slobbery sobbing of the ten year old. Apparently, he arrived to the community center eager to test out the new hardware only to be thwarted by the overwhelming smell of what I can only describe as a 5 gallon drum of rotten fish. Immediately (and frustratingly), I threw the paddle into the backyard and washed the childs hands with industrial dish soap. After three thorough washings and some skin loss, he is just now starting to not smell like a fish market. As for the paddle, I have hosed it off, soaked it in bleach, and hung it on our laundering line.Surely, we cannot be the first to comment on the overwhelming stench of this product. Is fish sauce an ancient secret to paddle rubber adhesion? Does it grant some sort of secret looping ability? Does the smell alone distract opponents in such a way to guarantee defeat?Please help me understand,An eager stepfather(PS - now this is for real: the paddle is really great. And it really does smell really bad and the sellers could not offer any solace. But I enjoy the game very much with this paddle...my opponents just don't like to shake my hand after our games.)

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by pdq Date Added: Saturday 11 January, 2014

This racket is worth every bit of the added cost over cheaper ones because it 'gives you wings'. Excellent spin and bounce over a larger sweet spot. Wish I could get a little firmer rubber on the red sky III. I'll dub it The Annihilator.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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