DHS Table Tennis Racket A6003, Ping Pong Paddle Shakehand

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by LUIS FELIPE "LFCHANGSAN" Date Added: Thursday 14 May, 2015

very good

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by M. Wang Date Added: Thursday 14 May, 2015

We upgraded fromKillerspin Jet Set 2-pack Table Tennis Racket Setto these DHS 6-star series and it suddenly feels like a different game. It is not that the Killerspin rackets are bad. They have reasonably sticky rubber that results in some spin. But compared to the DHS, they are just too forgiving. Incoming spins are nullified to a large extent; speed is easily dampened as well. The drawback is of course that you won't be able to generate the kind of spin and speed necessary at the club level. This DHS, on the other hand, is every bit a serious player's racket. In the skillful hand of an experienced player, it will produce sharp trajectories impossible for beginner equipment. Casual players may find it a little hard to control, though.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Dude Date Added: Sunday 08 February, 2015

Love this paddle, its my second one. The first one lasted a year and was amazing.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Jinbu Date Added: Wednesday 16 January, 2013

I got this racket as a gift last year. Read reviews on this. But I am dispointed a little.The blade was too hard, or the FH rubber is too thin/soft. When hit the ball, sounds & feel like no rubber.FH Spin & control is not as good as DHS x6002. I replaced it with DHS TG Skyline 3 Neo. 2.15 mm. It impoved the spin and control.BH LP Cloud & Fog III rubber performs very well. Easy return and control. However the quality is dispointing. I just did a several days test, 6 pimples were fall off. I have to buy a durable LP rubber & glue to replace it.The handle is almost strait, that is good for twiddling. I like it. It can be simply straight, no need to make the end wider, looking a little like Flared.

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
by Jay G Date Added: Sunday 21 August, 2011

I have used this paddle for a couple of months. I'll talk about the three parts of the paddle in the following. Note that the numbers are all estimate because I don't have accurate measure equipment.1. the racket: the racket isn't a high quality, but it is reasonable with such price. It only has three layers, one thick layer in the middle, and two thin layers each side, which look smooth, so it is good. It has a flare handle, but it more like a straight one, i.e. the middle part and the end does not change much, which is actually what I liked because it makes twiddling easier. 2. the pimple-out side: the cloudyfog long pimple rubber has a thin sponge (0.8 or 1 mm). I used C7 before, and comparing C7, it performs better in defense, i.e. it absorbs a little more power and therefore less likely returns the ball too far, and also it generates a little more spiny when returning a loop. You still can hit with it, but it is just a little harder then with C7.3. the smooth side: this is the one I feel the worst part of the paddle. It is skyline III, and has a 2mm sponge. Normally, it should be ok, but this one does not seem give you enough power, and the speed is low in general. The surface is sticky like the others said, so it is ok to push or serve, but when you attack, you feel it is a bit slow, and the sound when it hits the ball is loud, more or less like when you hit without sponge. I thought about re-gluing the rubber, but haven't had time to do it and probably won't do it because I have order a different rubber to replace it. If somebody sees this and actually re-glue the smooth side, let me know your result.Update:I am in the middle of replacing the long pimple side. After about a month of use, pimples started falling off, and now 10 of them are gone, so I want to replace it with another rubber. The trouble is that it is almost impossible to remove the rubber from the racket. I don't know what kind of glue they used. So if you are just a casual player and want to try it, and then throw it away, that's fine. If you want to try it and then reuse the racket to try other rubbers, I won't recommend it. You probably should buy your racket and rubbers separately.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by Bo Knows Date Added: Tuesday 08 March, 2011

This racket has greatly improved my game. The rubber is very sticky and can pick the ball off the table for a few seconds. The pips out side kills the oponents sping very effectively and also throws some elusive spins itself. I loop a lot and this thing is perfect for that. If you combine that with a defensive back hand for the pips out side you can't beat it. One guy beat me probably 40 out 42 games before I purchased this paddle. I have beaten him 18 out of 20 with this paddle. The two times that I lost were because I started playing around so it was not the paddles fault at all. One thing that almost turned me off with this paddle is the control rating of 4. I don't think this is accurate from using other paddles with control ratings of 7.5. I can control the ball very well with this paddle and I am not a professional player by any means. If you need a paddle to nullify spin on opponents serves, that can also produce a lot of speed and spin for your own serve then this is the paddle for you...

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