DHS Hurricane Long 5x

DHS Hurricane Long 5x Blade
Approx. $ 130 USD
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User Ratings (3)

Speed 9.7
Control 9.4
Stiffness 6.3   
Stiff
Hardness 6.7   
Medium hard
Consistency 8.3   
Always identical
Overall 9.6 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 9.0 / 9
Control 9.0 / 9
Weight 89
Plies 7
Materials 5 + 2 arylite carbon
Thickness 60
There are 1 users using the DHS Hurricane Long 5x.

Reviews (2)

TTCP  2 months ago

I never played with the original HL5, so I can't compare HL5x with it. I really like HL5x. The first thing I noticed with HL5x is its pronounced catapult effect. This feeling is similar to H301, but HL5x is faster, bouncier. Whereas H301 is thin and flexible, HL5x is thicker, with a softer outer ply. This gives HL5x very good dwell time. I wasn't used to the catapult effect at first. But once I got used to it, I fell in love with the blade. I use Yinhe Big Dipper on FH and Donic Acuda S1 turbo on BH. I highly recommend this blade. Very few blade has such a good balance between control and speed. The sweet spot is also very large and gives consistent bounce throughout the playing surface.
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toekneema  3 months ago

I upgraded to this version from the regular HL5 and this one is a lot better. The handle is thicker and a slight more boxy (still fairly round) which makes the grip more comfortable. The head size is also a bit smaller and this makes the rubber surface area a bit smaller as well, making the balance of weight a bit more balanced rather than being very head heavy. It is just overall a lot lighter in weight compared to the old HL5 which I appreciate. My total setup (H3N and 05fx) is ~185g.
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