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6mm balsa core with two carbon layers and thin Limba veneers, this blade is fast while super light (68g).
Compared with the T-10, this blade players slightly faster at the table, but loses a bit of the T-10's top speed. The balsa in this blade makes soft shots easy for controlled blocking, but when you put a little speed into your shot, the ball will still come rocketing off.
Yinhe recommends this blade for fast looping players who play at the table.
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Reviews of YinHe T-11 (37)
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Played 2 sessions borrowed from a ttpartner.Glued with Vega Pro. pingy and fast.It is agood cheap blade.I believe T-11 plus is a good upgrade.
Excellent blade with very good control, played with it for two seasons, very light 70g. Some people in my club did not like it due to extra spring effect from balsa thick core. Perfect with soft rubbers like Donic Platin X1, X2, Donic Silver X3, Andro Hexer+. Excels in close to the table up to mid distance, harder to finish the point if further away. It is not expensive blade, but consistency across blades not too good... same as with T-8... I have two and they are different, one is harder and has handle with harder wood and plays more direct with very low trajectory, its OK when you are playing close to the table. As 'cherry' mentioned in the review his blade waits 87g and average 71g... my which I like waits 71g, but you can't expect blades 87g and 71g to play identically... overall set up gets havier as well...
A fast blade no doubt, similar to my Andro Super Core Carbon light and at a cheaper price, can't go wrong. I ordered the straight handle and had to file the edges of the blade at the base- too sharp. I was very disappointed with the weight: 82 g! Way over the promised under 70 g in the description.I switched from T05 to Roxon330 to keep the weight down. Still, a good cheap fast blade.
This is very nice blade. Its fast and its cheap. I tried different rubbers such as the following:
1) FH: DHS Neo 3; BH: Mark V
2) FH: Sriver G3; BH: Sriver EL
3) FH: Sigma Euro; BH: Omega IV Pro
All of them are awesome!
The only downside of this blade is that - it will break easy. My buddy broke his when he hit his lap after making a bad shot.
Have been playing with galaxy t11+lkt rapid speed for few months. At the begining it was quite difficult to control the game. Now i am able to fh topspin, flathining, blocking and bh chopping/hitting. Nice blade and sound is different from others.
After a while.... i find this combo too fast. Maybe with softer sponge it would be better. Looping backspin is not consistent. Switched with one player who has t05. For me more control and forgiviness, for opponent with t11+rs - when the ball catches in rubber - ok, but needs to work more with this setup compared to t05.
Sometimes i find out that passive play is not for this combo, just to loose points. If you start to loop/smash points are going back, but with strong chopper it is hard job(soft sponge could improve looping).
Have talked to another t11 user with h3 - also complains that it is too hard and tiny dwell time.
Yeah but on another hand when you smash - ball goes like rocket.
Edit: played with allround racket for a while and then tried t11 again. There is no click as it is with allround racket. Seems like it is thought for smashing/hitting.
Not the best option for beginners/intermediates who want to play allround style with defense/attack.
Meanwhile i know one chopper/hitter and he is quite satisfied with it. And he has long pimples out on one side. Both sides are quite soft.
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