DHS Hurricane 301

DHS Hurricane 301 Blade
Approx. $ 55 USD
Price $

User Ratings (19)

Speed 9.3
Control 9.6
Stiffness 2.8   
Some flex
Hardness 5.4   
Medium
Consistency 9.7   
Always identical
Overall 9.7 10
Manufacturer Details
Plies 7
Materials 5 + 2 Arylate Carbon
There are 4 users using the DHS Hurricane 301.

Reviews (8)

asokowa  6 months ago

This blade is a slightly thinner version of the Hurricane Long 5 with two harder outer plies. It is slower than the Hurricane Long 5, however this blade has a longer dwell time, better control and crispier feeling. For less than one thirdof the price of a HL5, it is value for money.
+5
superspin  4 months ago

My blade is 89g thickness 5.7mm fl handle. Miracle blade for the money you pay. Plays every bit like hl3 with wood feel on every stroke, huge sweet spot again. So it makes me wonder why the hell I spend extra money on the other ones from the same brand. A super blade from dhs. It's fast I would say off to maybe off+ . But all the shot lands on the table regardless of speed as long as you play offensive spin game. No gimmick try and find out your self and tell me.
+3
Lightzy  1 weeks ago

Speechless with the value of this blade. At first it felt too weak and my shots went too short, which was bewildering for an off++ blade. I adjusted and hit a bit more. Then I hit hard and the ball was much, much faster than I was used to with my previous blade. The gear range this blade has is incredible, and with such wonderful feeling.. I've never played such a fast blade that can go so slow and precise. Contact is always crisp feeling and.. clean. No words for it. Koto layer is great. Assembly, materials and weight distribution is of course a step behind $100+ "luxury" blades, but it is a fraction of the price and plays just as well. Also, it has a distinctly punchy, crisp wooden feel next-tier innerforce type blades all seem to lack. It has a special feeling all its own and a range of gears that feel very easy to unlock. Touch play is also superb thanks to the koto layers and relatively thin carbon layer I also disagree with reviewers who say it's extremely flexible. It's not. It's medium stiffness, the outer wood is Koto which is hard and stiff, and the ALC is also stiff. I think perhaps they haven't used really flexible blades. Fast carbon blade that does not feel like a frying pan
+2
kujack87  3 days ago

A very consistent blade with the right rubbers both sides is a great weapon. Enough power for smashing, very good spin and control. Using tenergies are not suitable for lifting backspin. Try tensor or Chinese rubbers. Enjoy!
0
lostmytoy  1 weeks ago

Solid blade with good speed and feel. Very little vibration and enough dwell time to produce lot of spin. Touch and block are good too. Excellent value!
0


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