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Yasaka Extra Offensive 7 Power

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In the last few years, Yasaka's Extra Offensive has been a big success, appreciated by players all over the world. With experience from the famous Extra Offensive blade Yasaka has developed a new blade, aimed for players looking for a superior offensive weapon. The very hard outer veneer is combined with a medium hard second veneer and a thin and very light layer of carbon. The middle veneer is selected and finished to be perfect in hardness and thickness. The gluing and pressing process is developed to improve the balance between the speed and control characteristics. Sealing process from the factory included.

Layers: 7 Ply: 5 wood, 2 carbon
Weight: 90g
Control: 75
Speed: 100

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Reviews of Yasaka Extra Offensive 7 Power (11)

From DHS6006-HHAO1-ML,YEO-YEO7. Rubbers used FH:TG2 Blue, current TG3 Blue. BH:GA8, H2, current Razka7. This blade isnt wildly hard to control or different from the YEO. You do have to play slightly softer in exchanging with short game than compared to YEO. Still has some flex. The most noticeable attribute to the blade is the power. All attacking strokes done well with the YEO multiplies with YEO7. Vibration is much less than YEO and YEO soft carbon (did a comparison with a mate on vibration with the soft carbon version). Definitely an offensive blade for sure. Sweet spot is bigger also than YEO. Best blade for me thus far in my Penholder journey. I wished Ma Lin switched to a carbon blade upgrade of YEO in his later years.
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Good blade, definitely playable for controlled offensive game, but didn't have a wow factor. Everything was ok looping and blocking, but if you move away from the table, or want something quite fast, this blade isn't for you. It misses the extra gear.
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Blade: Yasaka Extra Offensive 7 Power
FH: Rakza 7 max
BH: Rakza 7 Soft max
Weight: 182g

I'm a penhold player who recently evolved from an single-sided-rubber tpb cpen setup to the modern penhold style with a serviceable rpb.

The thinness of the blade made it easier to rpb even with max sponges. Initially, the blade felt a touch fast but it's predictable and it didn't take long to get used to the speed. The short game and blocks are clean, and while brush looping is deadly, it requires precise engagement.

To further optimize for rpb, I chose Rakza 7 rubbers for their relatively light weight. Furthermore, R7s's soft sponge matches well with my backhand arm speed and generates a decent amount of spin.
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My USATT rating is around 1700. I used the penhold version (with RPB). This blade is becoming more and more popular, especially among penholders. The composition is Wenge - spruce - thin carbon - kiri - thin carbon - spruce - wenge. Really amazing value from tabletennis11 for $45 at the time of this writing. It's hard and fast, but the thinness gives it flex as some other reviewers mentioned. The sweet spot is HUGE - rivaling that of the Butteryfly ZJK super ZLC. Feeling is very lovely - precise and crisp especially when looping. (I realized later that the huge sweet spot actually made my strokes less precise).

I will say that I switched from this blade to the Yasaka Silver All Wood because this blade was a bit too fast for me. Although it was very powerful and hard for the opponent to block, I lost a lot of points because the harder shots (half-long loops, looping out of position) went out of the table due to the speed of this blade. Additionally, blocking is much harder -- I kept flinching during each block because the blade is so fast and it's not that forgiving. So overall, the greatest strengths of this blade (hard and fast) are also its greatest weaknesses. If you can control it (probably above USATT 2000), then the speed/power, large sweet spot, precise feeling, and great value are worth the sacrifices in control. Otherwise, I'd recommend a slower blade.
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YEO 7 Power combo with Yasaka Rakza 1.8 black+Donic Barracuda 1.8 Black. I know - illegal, but why not to try to compare. Both rubbers play, feel quite similar with this blade. Great control. Doubt the thin carbo layer has any effect on your play. It can be hardly even seen. Barracuda slighty softer, slightly slower, slightly deader (you have to add your a bit more of your power, very slightly). I personally prefer Rakza 7, not that much faster but the added livliness, gives me better feeling of the ball and thus better control. How about spin? Barracuda is not than much spinnier than Rakza 7. The spin pottential is very similar with this blade.
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