The sponge is the same as the Hurricane 3 that Ive seen
here in the USA and has the "C" disignation that I originally found
too hard, but Lars found me a soft one that feels great. The top sheet material
seemed almost identical to Hurricane 3 as far as quality and stickiness, but the
rubber did feel a little softer. Must be a new pip structure. Same great quality
as Hurricane 3 so the top sheet doesnt come off the sponge without extreme
pressure.Rubber plays like Hurricane 3 but with more control and
is easier to manipulate the ball with. My one problem with H3 was that it was
kind of particular about the strokes you used. This rubber eliminated a lot of
those problems and still kept that nice H3 feel.
Going back to the original post, he is a modern DEFENDER.
They have the same (vs H3) sponge but the 666 is thinner and less tacky
topsheet. Usually choppers like
tackier topsheets so they would go with the h3 given that choice.
Of course, defender doesn't neccessarilly mean chopper.
Of course, I wouldn't recommend either for a defender.
They are basically the same (h3 and G666), I would recomned
g666 more since it is less tackier and more controlable if you are a modern
I read in tt world that wang hao uses G666
I would say it's a great rubber. The sponge is medium
hard. grippy. perfect for looping. Medium to fast speed but not very fast. great
for forehand. Not too too heavy. People love glueing this rubber. I have mine
with 2.1mm sponge. I love it with a little glue, but I don't like glueing each
and everytime. I should've gotten a thicker one (let say MAX).
i use it. great rubber for looping. a little slower then h3
and higher throw angle (lots disagree with my latter). I glue 3 layers on it.
good spin, service and chops. smashing is awesome.
uses the same sponge as hurricane 3, which is dhs #20 orange 39deg.
The topsheet's a little thinner and lighter and less tacky, which makes
it a little more euro.