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YinHe T-7

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Price: $39.99

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Rated 4.5/5

The T-7 and T-8 break the Cypress and Carbon rule of the Yinhe "T" series and introduces "Arylate Carbon" blends. The T-7 plays a bit between the Butterfly Maze and Iolite blades and is great for an attacking and looping game with increased feel and control over a pure carbon blend.

Speed: 90
Control: 80
Rating: OFF
Thickness: 6.0 mm
Weight: 88 g
Construction: 3+2


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Reviews of YinHe T-7 (9)

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 External Review on December 1, 2012
90g
This blade is amazing.
Similar to ZLC, but slightly slower.
T7 is versatile and consistent, with decent top speed.
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 External Review on March 12, 2015
When testing this blade first I looked at the price tag, then the composition and possible clones. This blade is composed of hinoki outer plies with kiri core and arylate carbon middle layers. Well except the composite it looks like a Butterfly Photino Light (it has ZLF). Characteristics are same, but slower, and less vibrating.
Handle is comfortable, blade is around 6,7 mm thick. During play I tested it with an older sheet a of TinArc 3 and a Sriver. For playing style my blade was an ALL+/OFF- blade, with kind of a soft touch like Michael Maze blade. When I needed tempo the blade had it, so smashes and power loops work well. The blade is good with rubbers from soft to hard sponges. Control is excellent in every kind of hit/block/loop. As for the price I can only say, this is a good blade with fine characterictics, but not close to be a substitute/clone of other blades.
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 External Review on September 25, 2013
Very nice blade to hold. I can hit every shot well. I play anywhere in the court, so I need a blade that can handle any distance from the table. I feel like you get that with the T-7. I was surprised how well I could play up close to the table with it. Very good at athletic, controled offense style of play
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 External Review on May 1, 2013
The characteristics are not like others T-serie blades. Is less stiff and hard than others T-series blade like t-11 or t-4. The feelings are different, i think due to the output angle is much higher than in the t-11, and so although it is somewhat slower, has less control than the t-11
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 External Review on November 26, 2012
Very nice slower carbon blade with more control than most carbon blades. Very good control as well. Feels and sounds more like a fast all wood blade than carbon.
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