DHS Di-GT 9 Dipper Blackwood

DHS Di-GT 9 Dipper Blackwood Blade
Approx. $ 75 USD
Price $

User Ratings (1)

Speed 9.2
Control 9.0
Stiffness 7.0   
Hardness 6.7   
Medium hard
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 9.2 10
Manufacturer Details
Plies 9
Thickness 5.7mm
While the Di-GT uses 9 plies of blackwood, it remains as thin and flexible as a 5-ply blade. This blades most pronounced characteristics are ball control and spin. The Di-GT is a middle range blade with the power to match that of top performing blades.

Reviews (1)

markwen  10 months ago

Literally plays well with any types of rubbers, inverted, pimples. For inverted rubbers, better have thick sponge. The official introduction says it is a middle range price blade, but possesses top notch performance like those used by the Chinese national team players, and you'd believe it. It's like a upgraded version of yasaka ma Lin carbon, but with better control and power. Genius design - top wood is ebony, in the middle is 7 equally thick ayous, and it's only 5.7mm. The backhand looping and blocking is simply amazing, powerful and accurate. I'd prefer this blade than the expensive DHS hurricane Long 5. It's a little stiff but still has some flex, and it's very good at holding the ball and making spinny shot.

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