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9mm of hard balsa wood wrapped in thick carbon layers and a thin American cypress (same type of wood as Hinoki) veneer. Super light, fast blade that draws attention.
You will see it in profile and say, "That is a big blade". The shocker... this blade comes in at only 70g!
Yinhe recommends this blade for fast looping players.
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Reviews of YinHe T-10 (6)
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This blade is very fast, very stiff, very light.
strong point: use this if you are a looper with good technique but little power, and your loops have too much spin and too little speed. in particular, if you need to increase the speed of your opening loops. my bh opening loops are very spinny, but were usually either too short or too high. people used to hit through them. No more with this blade. Bh opening loop is now my strong point. people are afraid to push long to me, both fh and backhand.
weak point: your loops will of course lose a lot of spin compared to, say , ebenholz V. But they will gain much more speed.
other weak point: I was used to do bh (banana) flip everytime, even on very spinny short underspin services. now I cannot do it anymore. I can only flip moderately spinny services.
this blade has much higher quality than other blades in the T series. the outer ply (cypress) is very thick, unlike T1, T2, t4, T8, etc.
composition is balsa - carbon - cypress.
the characteristic of cypress is its springiness - for this reason it boosts your opening loops. very different from, say, koto, which is hard but not fast.
I have made the blade heavier by adding 4 layers of vinil glue (Vinavil) on the border. originally it was 70 gr, now it is 74. this trick also protects the fragile balsa much better than poly.
very good with m2 2.0 forehand and backhand. loop against underspin will be devastating.
slightly oversize. (1 mm more than clipper). so the rubbers will weigh more.
The best blade ever I had. I would never use non carbon blades again.
I'm 1600 player with this blade I'm using tenergy 64 on FH and T5 FX on backhand. Now I beat 1900 players easily. The best combination against long pips. I always wanted a blade which is rocket fast but very light. This blade is just 70g.
I got this as an experimental cheaper replacement for my Butterfly Balsa Carbo X5 which was chipping and separating over a few too many table clashes over the year. The T-10 is just as good but is similarly fragile, but this is probably the rule for balsa blades, the laws of physics being what they are. If you're going with balsa you need to budget for more frequent blade replacements, at least T-10 will save your wallet. I'm very happy with it for my close-to-the-table all-round play with spinny loop. Using with Gambler Outlaw for an aggressive but budget-friendly setup. Consider polyurethane before applying the rubber, and something to protect the edges from chipping.
I bought the T10 about a year ago and absolutely loved it. It was soooo fast! Very little effort was needed to deliver a high speed drive. It also makes a very nice popping sound when hit medium hard. I still love it, but at my level of play (USATT 831) it might have been a little too much. I seemed to hit a lot of pop-ups and balls off the end of the table. I recently switched to a 729 V6 blade with Sriver rubber, which is quite a bit slower. I feel like I have better control and that I stay in rallies longer with the slower blade. Also, the T10 balsa split down the length of it. It was an easy fix with some Elmer's glue, but the same thing happened to someone else at the club who has two of them.
The T10 is a super fast & hard hitting balsa carbon blade. It is strictly a hitting blade, well at least in my hands. Surprisingly it serves short & touch shots very well. I also enjoyed blocking with it. I tried using this blade as my primary set up for a few months & found over all that it was not suited for my play style & that it was not consistant enough for me.
Many balls would go well off the table, especially if you had to loop a ball back. The blade generates some spin. Overall i really liked many aspects of the blade, but in the end it was just to much for me to handle up close to the table. Away from the table its a monster as far as speed & power, especially if you can get a full swing on the ball.
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