DHS Hurricane Hao II

DHS Hurricane Hao II Blade
Approx. $ 150 USD
Price $

User Ratings (2)

Speed 8.5
Control 9.8
Stiffness 5.0   
Hardness 5.2   
Consistency 7.5   
Always identical
Overall 9.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 84 / 100
Control 71 / 100
Weight 89
Thickness 6.0mm
There are 4 users using the DHS Hurricane Hao II.
This blade is the follower of the popular Hurricane 656. This blade is full of control and power like the game of Wang Hao.

Reviews (2)

Juice  on 2/7/2019

A very stable all-wood blade. Great placement and feeling close to the table. Very stable and consistent at middle distance. Lacks certain weight at mid-long/long distance, which the Hurricane Hao III probably redeems with its fiberglass-carbon core. But for developing players, the Hao II is a win.
Krad  on 11/25/2017

I find it weird that this doesn't have a review.. but when I check other websites it is said to be the one of the most popular penhold blades... I don't know the difference between this blade and the Hurrucane Hao 656 but I like this blade. I asked TT11 to lacquer the blade.. I put Nittaku fastarc G-1 as forehand rubber and Victas V01 Stiff as rpb rubber.. I love the control on forehand, you can produce great spins with decent speed.. I have difficulty in short pushes though this is probably me needing to adjust my technique. The best part of this blade is the consistency with the rpb, it feels good.. The part I didn't like is that there are vibration in the handle when I push the ball short..

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