Yasaka Dynamix 17
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Reviews of Yasaka Dynamix 17 (15)
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I bought a Dynamix 17 with AN handle weighing 93g. It was the lightest available at TT11. I expected a super stiff and super fast blade like BTY Iolite, which I like so much, but to my surprise Dynamix has some flex, is only medium fast, but has tons of control. This is where this blade shines. Its easy to block and place the ball with pin point accuracy. Another good thing about this blade is its gears, I can play a very controlled game but when swing hard the speed is always there. Certainly it has to do with the 17 layers. Im using 2 tension rubbers, Fastarc G1 and Rakza 7 but I suppose chinese rubbers like H3N will make a perfect combination with Dynamix.
Very good blade overall!!! It's a very fast blade but with a very good feel like all wood blade. I really love this blade. Feel so confident using it in a match play, it's fast enough to make a killer shot and also have a very good control and great feel for the ball. The handle is also very comfortable to hold and not slippery. I like how Yasaka makes their handles so much. One of the best blade made by Yasaka!!
This blade is fast, period. The 17 layered construction is great for control and the 6 layers of carbon veneers are perfect for fast attacks and great for blocking too. I use Yasaka Rising Dragon on BH and Yasaka Shining Dragon on FH side and my racket is a killer! If you are a looper, then you'll love this blade too. The price is the best part of this blade, it is very affordable for its built quality (Swedish Made) and its capability. If you want to improve your game, I highly recommend this blade. If you are looking for an affordable and a high quality blade, look no further and get this one.
This blade is good for offensive players. Great for looping. Speed is superb without compromising the "good feel". You will definitely feel the difference of the 17 layers particularly if you are used to the 5 or 7 ply blades. Worth every buck in my opinion.
Amazing blade for Power game!!!
paired it with Tenergy 64 & Curl P1R, found it hard to control and my FH topspin and flicks were dropping to net due to the stiffness, But Flat hits were awesome.. On reading other reviews, thought of switching to a soft rubber. Using Yasaka Rising Dragon now.. Very good control ,am able to top spin and kill with power...!!! Combination works out well.. :)
Excellent anatomical handle, reasonable weight (~90 g), not perfectly polished (many low cost chinese blades have better finishing than Dyn 17). I am using it for only 4-5 hours, with Xiom Vega Europe MAX and Xiom Omega IV Pro MAX, but already got an idea about the beast :-)
Impressions: very good blocking, good+ control (despite the low control rating usually given to this blade alone, the Xiom rubbers are very good WRT control), its an Off (not Off+) grade IMHO, very good at playing at >1m from the table, not a very high throw (also due in part to Xiom rubbers) what makes a bit difficult topspinning chopped balls, namely in the first attack.
Overall, a very good blade (but not an astonishing one...). Bought in a sale at around 50$, so its a steal :-)
UPDATE (May 2015): more than 1 year after the first review (which I leave unchanged) , I have a couple more notes.
I use the blade sometimes when I want to produce power game, but its not my prime choice. The throw angle is quite more higher than I said in the first review (rubbers are older and more beaten now) which means the problem with this assembly is controlling the FH with Omega IV Pro near the table -- I always have to restrain power and amplitude of arm movement in order to land the ball on the table. On the other hand, it is excellent for attacking away from the table.
BH top spin with Vega Euro is a very good attacking weapon.
As the rubbers are a bit bouncy, underspin shots and pushes have to be taken "with care".
Overall I almost keep my ratings (I added 0.1 to overall and 0.5 to control). Dyn 17 is a blade from which its is very easy to extract power game. To tame it in FH, I dare to suggest the use of a softer rubber (Soft, or FX or SF versions of some popular rubbers) instead of the Xiom Omega IV Pro max.
A technical wonder. Great feeling, very good speed. Played with it for 2 years, now i play Rosewood.
Great for smashing, needs softer rubber for looping. Great for very advanced player like Lupin.
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