DHS Power-G 5 PG5

DHS Power-G 5 PG5 Blade
Approx. $ 35 USD
Price $

User Ratings (3)

Speed 8.2
Control 9.2
Stiffness 6.3   
Stiff
Hardness 6.7   
Medium hard
Consistency 6.7   
Occasional variations
Overall 9.4 10
Manufacturer Details
Weight 89
Plies 7
Materials Arylate carbon, wood
Thickness 5.9

Reviews (2)

Wisedrich  3 weeks ago

Good price for a carbon blade, very good choice of blade for looper, excelent for away from the table and close to the table, drives and counter is good too. and this blade is excelent for chinese rubber especialy the Hurricane series of DHS. mine weight 87 grams which is good, I would rate this 9/10 which is good for this cheap carbon blade
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TTCP  8 months ago

This is a very good OFF- blade. Mine is a standard 89g, 5.9 mm. PG5 is essentially a cheaper version of Hurricane Long 5. The materials used are the same. The only difference is that Hurricane Long 5 has harder top plies, making it faster. PG5 is primarily designed to be a looping blade. The dwell time is great. Because the arylate carbon layers are deep under the two surface plies, you have great control and touch for softer shots. But the carbon layers give the blade good support and stiffness, so you can block effectively and put a lot of speed and topspin into your power shots. For a blade at such low price, PG5 has surprisingly good finish. The whole blade is sanded down very smoothly, especially the handle. And it's very comfortable to hold. This blade is enjoyable to play with for both beginners and advanced players. It pairs well with tacky Chinese rubbers and tensors. This blade does everything well, especially topspin loops. In fact, I would recommend this to anyone looking to improve their loop quality and techniques. If you are a beginner, just use soft or medium rubbers. With such a great performance to price ratio, I give this blade a solid 9 out of 10.
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