DHS Fang Bo Carbon

DHS Fang Bo Carbon Blade
Approx. $ 72 USD
Price $

User Ratings (18)

Speed 9.5
Control 9.2
Stiffness 5.4   
Hardness 6.5   
Medium hard
Consistency 9.2   
Always identical
Overall 9.4 10
Manufacturer Details
Weight 90
Plies 7
Thickness 5.9mm
There are 4 users using the DHS Fang Bo Carbon.
Pith-film tech with more power. Good handling and sstable loop. The blades of Fang Bo in 2016 season. Fitted Play: Quick-attack plus loop Type: OFF++ Ply: 5+2AC weight: FL 90 ± 3(g)/ CS 88 ± 3(g) thickness: 5.9 ± 0.1(mm)

Reviews (8)

Malkov1ch  6 months ago

I really like this blade. It's my first carbon blade coming from a Mizuno Fortius FT which is a 7 ply fairly stiff wood blade. Great touch in the short game and feels like a wood blade. Mid distance shots were the initial challenge as the carbon would activate and shots would go long. After a little adjustment time this became a lot easier. Away from the table the blade is awesome, great for generating topspin and more than enough power. Wish it had a little more flex like the Hurricane 301. And to be honest I got the blade because the 301 wasn't available at the time. For the money though, pretty great.
hakmurat  2 months ago

Almost hard blade, less flexibility. The blade is too strong. It's not easy to control. Senior players can love. Or suitable for frequent trainers. I quit because of the difficulty of checking.
RamPamPam  6 months ago

too much speed,
boseabhi25  on 12/6/2017

Using this blade paired with Tibhar EL-S (FH) and Stiga Airoc S (BH). The blade performs well in almost all the categories. Blade is hard actually. It is better to pair medium to medium-soft rubbers. Your technique has to be very sound if you want to pair hard rubbers with it. Even with medium hard EL-S it sometimes goes long. If anyone want to upgrade to carbon for the first time from all wood blade then they can choose this one easily as it's feel is almost like all wood blade. Blades matching it's characteristics from other reputed brands are significantly costly than this one. Absolutely best blade in its price segment.
nelson45  on 11/28/2017

first of all this blade is nice when it comes to control,Block and even speed the disadvantage of this blade is the handle and the the lower part of the blade it is not appropriate , I wish if this blade had a handle similar to the stiga infinity or the butterfly Viscaria this blade would be the best to play . this blade is unforgiving when it really comes to serious play though I have problems sometimes lifting the ball on the backhand and forehand too. I like this blade I am using Dhs Skyline 3 neo on FH and Dhs Hurricane 8 on the BH ,I sanded the outer part near the handle to get a better accuracy same like butterfly Vicaria, the thing is the weight decreased but no problem its good to i hope if Dhs does something about the handle in future it would be much better for serious players up in there, Sometimes you can make your opponent dance , if i want to make the ball slow i can do it and when i want to smash pretty hard that to is possible. throw level is high but when it comes to flicks it becomes a bit difficult because of the handle the ball goes straight to the net otherwise goes out ,this blade is a very cheap blade in Arcylate carbon series compared to other blades if it had a good handle i would surely rate it 10 out of 10 otherwise its a good blade

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