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    Posted: 10/29/2020 at 1:20am
Can someone compare how a H3 boosts in comparison to a H3N, 39 degrees for both? The H3 weighs 3g less per sheet, so I would like to know how they play with the plastic ball after boosting.

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I only can compare 41 degree, where neo is much better, needs less booster and is more elastic overall.
41 degree non-neo was not playable even with lots of booster though. neo was much better in that regard. I recommend neo with plastic ball.
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I tried both, there is very little difference after they are boosted.
The H3N came in at 48g after boosting and the H3 at 46g.

Boosting procedure same for both with Kailin:
1 layer #15
3 thin layers
Glue on blade

The Neo felt a bit more elastic, but that was only in counter looping 3-4 ft away. For drives at the table and serve return, H3 felt better. Speed wise, at the table both were same.

So H3 seems to be better if you are no doing a lot of topspin topsin rallies.
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