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  on 3/2/2018

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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