Dawei GTO

Dawei GTO Blade
Approx. $ 38 USD
Price $

User Ratings (3)

Speed 8.2
Control 8.6
Stiffness 6.0   
Hardness 6.0   
Medium hard
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 8.6 10
Manufacturer Details
Weight 87g
Materials Carbon Arylate

Reviews (3)

UPIS88  on 7/27/2012

I like this blade. With T05 on FH and BH. I use Schlager with Tenergy rubbers for competition but this blade (Dawei GTO) I have more control. An experiment that actually works for me. If you want to save $ (100) on blade, this is it. I know I did! Enjoy and play hard!!!!
Darren Rapacchi  on 5/20/2011

I have this blade with Dawei Saviga red on the FH and Dawei Navigator GT 3884 BLK 2.0 on a 38 degree sponge on the BH. I am a mid distance looper who hits on both wings and loops also on the BH. This blade rubber combo realy suits my game. Having tried many different 729, DHS & Yinhe Galaxy rubbers this is one that I really like, beats all I have tried before. After around 6 hours of practice I can create very spinny side spin loops from around 6-10 feet away from the table for at the table play, this blade has all the gears for soft touch play and devestating kills. Chops can create a lot of back spin with a very low arc. A fantastic buy of ebay only £25.13 for the complete setup. Best price Versus performace for me. Thumbs up to all those Asian Ebay sellers who sell quality TT products at a great price.
seguso  on 4/5/2011

THey say this is a Timo Boll Spirit clone, which I have never tried. Compared to Dawei Wavestone, this blade is: harder (though not as hard as Galaxy U4 or Stiga Offensive CR. Arylate carbon blades are usually softer to the touch.) slower; it might have better touch. I guess this is a good blade if you use fast rubbers. If you use slow chinese rubbers, you will need the power of the Wavestone. Note: this blade works very well with Globe 999 2.2 40 deg. on backhand.

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