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7mm balsa core with two carbon layers and thin Limba veneers, this blade is fast while super light (68g).
YinHe recommends this blade for fast looping players who play at the table.
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Reviews of YinHe T-11+ (43)
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Love this paddle. I was looking for a light weight paddle. Paired it with lightweight Stiga Calibra LT sound rubbers, very good speed and spin
I have paired my T11+ cpen with Andro Rasant on FH (1.9 mm) and Tibhar 5q (1.9mm) on BH. I don't know about others, but for me this setup is working well for looping. Specially for looping the backspin serves. Although my technique for loop-drive is not that great, thus I wouldn't be able to give a review on its loop-driving ability. For hitting, of course it is wonderful. I specially like the feel of the ball on my Andro Rasant on this blade. Tibhar 5q gives me adequate control and a lot of topspin on my RBP loops (I am not that good in RBP blocks though).
very nice blade. good speed, good control, not expensive and not too heavy.
I feel its a great blade,very cheap.The control is amazing.Lot of vibrations,sometime my hand gets numb.I use it with Tibhar Aurus(BH=black),Donic coppa gold(FH,red).Aurus works better,helps looping,superior control.Coppa gold is super fast.
Light and powerful short stroke so OAP's and over the table players love it. Short game needs gears because difficult to control the speed changes from soft to fast. Even rubbers like B2 or H3 NEO lack spin due to stiff blade and little dwell time. I had a problem getting the full power on the table due to lack of spin and low arc. I would win a game 11-8 by putting 8 balls into the net. With the N-9 or Y-15 no problem with spin and good arc. If ever Galaxy bring out a more flexible T11+ I would buy it. I can not understand why they make the T series so similar and stiff. T11+ is a great blade but could be far better if only 1mm thinner. I love the concept of this blade it is almost spot on if only it could loop well. Passive play will loose points. Driving and smash is the way to win with this blade. A good chopper will make life hard. I am now going back to re-test this blade after 2 years using AK-47 red sponge FH and boosted AK-47 blue sponge BH. My game could have improved to fit this blade better. I can now play the low arc and spin game learnt from LP and take balls off the bounce. I will have the second half of the league season to compare results. Update I ended up selling this to my team mate because it suited their fast low spin game better than my more all round play. We think boosted AK-47 blue sponge is the best fit on Fh and BH.
I wanted this for its light weight and speed, but it seems difficult to control the speed changes from soft to fast. Could be a good weapon with lots of practice, but it doesn't loop as well as the N 4 paired with galaxy jupiter red rubber. I used galaxy jupiter and dhs hurricane 3 with blue sponge....didn't get the results i was hoping for. I recommend soft thick rubbers for this blade. I think that might give the extra loop the blade takes away.
Preface: I'm a beginning player. I tried this T-11+ because of the good reviews and the low price. At first I paired it with DHS Hurricane III Neo on FH and BH. While this was a step up from my previous pre-made setup, but I quickly learned that with the combination of thick rubber and short pips, the DHS Hurricane III Neo was not a good match for this stiff and light carbon blade. With that setup I could hit very well with lots of spin and speed, but at low speed, with either a lot or a little spin, I had very little control over where the ball was placed.
This changed quite a bit After switching to the XIOM Vega Pro rubber, which improved control immensely for fast and slow shots no matter what the spin.
I would warn against pair this with H3 Neo rubbers.
Quick. light, and accurate. Not as good for looping as it is for hitting, but still doable. Really a fun blade to play with.
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