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DHS Power G7 - Chinese Penhold

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DHS Power G7 is a 7-ply wood blade with incredible energy and power. The inner 5 plies uses "High pressure ballonet" technology that creates quick ball rebound. The outer surface is treated through a special technique which makes it excel at mid-long distance looping as well as quick attack drives.

Class: OFF
Material: All Wood
Type: 2-Side
Speed: 88
Control: 65
Weight: 86g

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Reviews of DHS Power G7 - Chinese Penhold (98)

I got this as my first upgrade up from a premade butterfly 5-ply. I'm using Hurricane 3 Neo 39 deg on FH and Palio AK47 Red on BH. Great at looping and the speed is enough to be offensive at my level while still being controllable for a beginner like myself.
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OFF blade with 7 layers of wood, with similar features of Power-G 9, it's made for close to mid distance from the table.
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I upgraded from Yinhe w-6 all round blade to this off blade.
It does have a good power but comes with a sacrifice of less dwell time, higher throw angle and lesser sweet spot. Handle is somewhat thin like others mentioned.
Some shots go well but this blade is not so forgiving as Yinhe w-6. After one month of use, I switched back to my old setup. I bought this because of it's popularity but it didn't suited my style much. I had paired it with DHS hurricane neo 3 on FH and mark V on BH.
Update :
Started playing little away from table and now this blade feels good. Maybe I was doing rookie mistake of playing too close to the table for which Yinhe w-6 suited better. PG7 does have a good feeling but not good for smashes.
So in short if someone plays close to a table or prefers smash/drive over topspin then this blade is not suited.
But if someone plays mid distance and prefers topspin and spin oriented playing style then this is very well suited.
Update 27-08-23: I got the setup assembled through a website and they didn't lacquer/seal the blade and when I tried to change rubber some layer got peeled off as surface was very rough. This blade needs laquering. I changed to Nittaku fast arc g1 on FH and mercury 2 soft on bh and initial impression is good. Much better than earlier setup, will update after playing for sometime.
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A very good blade for beginners and amateurs. You can really feel the ball on this blade, the dwell time is awesome and good for developing strokes. Speed is not really the main point of the blade. Suited more for loopers. Control is really good on this blade. What I didn't like is it is a heavy blade, got mine at 91g. It is a head-heavy blade.
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Very very very good, blade for players of any level and of different styles, goes well with almost all rubbers, great control, great touch, but with enough power to attack. All these qualities and a very low price.
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