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Uploaded on Oct 4, 2010
Hurricane 3 is one of the biggest table tennis rubber sellers of all time. A classic rubber especially when speed glued. But with the banning of speed glue the Hurricane 3 Neo has been released with what DHS describe as the powerful neo sponge. So how do they compare? Is there a difference between the two and if so what is that difference?
This is the second in a three part series of videos in which we use a TT Matic 500 robot to compare the Hurricane 3 and Hurricane 3 Neo's rebound speed, throw height at fast and medium speeds, reaction to incoming spin and lastly which I found better at generating spin.
In part 1 of this series of videos we looked at the physical properties and appearance of Hurricane 3 and Hurricane 3 Neo. Grip, tackiness, bounce test, size, weight, sponge and pip structu compare their rebound speed, throw height, reaction to spin and ability to generate spin.
In part 3, four of our experienced players test both rubbers for serving, pushing, flicking, driving, blocking, looping and chopping. We also compare their speed, spin and control, which the players preferred and how the players felt they compared to their own rubbers including Tenergy 05.