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PostPosted: 08 Jun 2024, 23:24 
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I received this from Double Fish few days ago - hope you enjoy the video.

I would like to ask, if any of you have used DF balls, blade and rubbers?
there isn't much info on its short pips - DF16/DF26, and long pips, 1516 series (normal, AL, monster)
hoping if anyone here can share some light.
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PostPosted: 09 Jun 2024, 10:28 
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Exciting getting a box of stuff to try! :rock:

I've used their 3* balls a few years ago. I remember the surface had a rougher feel than any others I had tried. They feel very solid and heavy, close to the Nittaku 3* balls. They did leave a LOT of dust on my rubber when first used, probably because of the rougher surface, so wash the balls before you use them. :lol:

Double fish rubbers were fairly popular here in Australia about 20+ years ago, they had some really sticky rubbers that people liked, not sure which one it was. They quality was always quite good. I think they're HK based, and don't seem to market themselves very well, which is probably why they're not that popular.

Will be good to hear how you like their stuff. ;)

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DF is known to use an unique treatment on rubber so as to get topsheet tacky as hell. Far different from DHS production methode.

DF claims the stickiness will last for years without any perceptible fading.


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DF is known to use an unique treatment on rubber so as to get topsheet tacky as hell. Far different from DHS production methode.

DF claims the stickiness will last for years without any perceptible fading.


so far, I have yet to find any of my samples to stick the ball

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haggisv wrote:
Exciting getting a box of stuff to try! :rock:

I've used their 3* balls a few years ago. I remember the surface had a rougher feel than any others I had tried. They feel very solid and heavy, close to the Nittaku 3* balls. They did leave a LOT of dust on my rubber when first used, probably because of the rougher surface, so wash the balls before you use them. :lol:

Double fish rubbers were fairly popular here in Australia about 20+ years ago, they had some really sticky rubbers that people liked, not sure which one it was. They quality was always quite good. I think they're HK based, and don't seem to market themselves very well, which is probably why they're not that popular.

Will be good to hear how you like their stuff. ;)


the 3 star balls seems very solid and I believe many do rate it close to Nittaku Premium.
the PAR40+ balls is actually very good.

How do you find the pips?

DF is from China - Guangzhou.

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I remember Double Fish used to have an antispin rubber that was sticky! The ball would stick to it, but the very hard surface seemed to stop it from accumulating significant spin. I remember one player using this rubber, and he would always show off to his opponent how sticky the rubber was, then win some cheap points from the complete lack of spin... quite funny really! :lol:

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ZApenholder wrote:
How do you find the pips?

DF is from China - Guangzhou.

I only remember the 1615 LP, which was a very decent rubber. Lack of popularity was likely due to lack of availability more than anything.
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You're right, they're Chinese, I'm getting it mixed up with Prasidha, who I think are HK based. Interestingly they also have a long pimple called "Long 1615" :lol:

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haggisv wrote:
ZApenholder wrote:
How do you find the pips?

DF is from China - Guangzhou.

I only remember the 1615 LP, which was a very decent rubber. Lack of popularity was likely due to lack of availability more than anything.
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You're right, they're Chinese, I'm getting it mixed up with Prasidha, who I think are HK based. Interestingly they also have a long pimple called "Long 1615" :lol:
Probably because DF is making stuff for Prasidha since Prasidha doesn’t have its own factory.

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