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Also known as YinHe Purple Dragon 537. This is similar to YinHe PD-437 but has a walnut surface.
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Very high quality finish on this blade. Looks very pleasing to the eye with the walnut top layer finished so well. The FL handle is perfect for my hand and the blade balance is excellent for an offensive blade. I set it up with Yinhe Big Dipper and Yinhe Sun. It is a fast blade with good "spring" effect on impact with the ball. The top walnut layer, I am sure is what's adding this property and also adds quite a bit to its speed. I have no difficulty with push shots over the table or chopping from any distance. It absolutely shines on drives and committed power loops. I found it to definitely be a step up from my PG7. I am considering slapping on H3 or 729-08 in the near future, as I feel these rubbers would be a good match for this blade. Great blade from Yinhe for a steal of a price!
Great blade!!! Compliments my aggressive style well. I loop and top spin attack from both wings and don't have the time to play round robin leagues or competitions anymore. Using this with tibhar mx-p max sponge on both sides. Blade has speed with sufficient dwell time to perform and pick up loops from over and under the table. Only thing I can compare this to is a butterfly innerforce ALC and I would have to say I like this blade much better. I'd even have to say his is a tad bit faster. Would give this 5 stars but wish it was a half a click faster.
The Yinhe Purple Dragon 537 is a worthy competitor to the Stiga Clipper overall. The finish is high quality and the handle feels comfortable in my hand (not quite the comfort of Stiga handles, but still good, especially with my big hands). Using Xiom TAU on forehand and Tibhar MX-P on the backhand, I noticed that the feel is stiff; stiffer than a Clipper by far and marginally flexy. I felt it better for aggressive blocking and loop driving. The throw was medium and while I got strong spin on forehand and backhand shots, precision was required to clear the net. Flicks on the table were solid and packed with power. As a matter of fact, I didn't feel a lack of power from any distance and was quite at home power looping from a few meters off the table, though the throw meant having to hit more upward for safety over the net. The pd-537 does have some control, but only some. In gameplay it rewards forethought and deliberate action. Especially with the weight, reactive or raw power (read: poor technique) shots were not often forgiven. You have to control the ball more than letting the blade do the work with this one. If you're able to do that and like all out offensive game play, this could be the blade for you, or at least a good Clipper alternative.
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