DHS Power-G PG13

DHS Power-G PG13 Blade
Approx. $ 42 USD
Price $

User Ratings (7)

Speed 8.7
Control 8.3
Stiffness 6.3   
Hardness 6.5   
Medium hard
Consistency 9.3   
Always identical
Overall 8.7 10
Manufacturer Details
Weight 88g +/- 5g
Plies 7
Thickness 5.8 mm +/- 0.2 mm
There are 2 users using the DHS Power-G PG13.

Reviews (6)

Ouchy  on 7/10/2019

Good looping friend. Vibration is lessen thanks to mid carbon. Easy to lift underspin. Blocking is nice, chopping from mid distance is accurate. Need extra power from longer distance.
Dorito_Powered  on 3/28/2019

Paired it with a Gold Arc 5 (43 degrees) forehand and a Power LT for backhand. with C-pen, the racket is stiff and crisp, but the gold arc gives it some grip and dwell time on the ball. with proper technique, the ball can be extremely spinny or powerful. a relatively comfortable blade to use and train with, and in competitions, it is can also be highly offensive. The mono-carbon layer gives it a massive sweet spotand a higher speed than all wood rackets, but the number of plys mean that it also weighs more, which can need additional training should your techniques involve heavy wrist movement. all in all, it is a brilliant racket for its price and will recommend it to people wanting an entry level carbon blade.
Nakata  on 5/24/2017

I borrowed this blade from a friend and loved it at first hit. It has a single carbon layer (centered) which means it performs just like a 5-ply blade in terms of flexibility, but with a huge sweet spot due to the carbon. Although this blade has a big headsize (161x152mm), vibration is also eliminated thanks to the carbon fiber. I just don´t play with it because my short pips rubber does not fit well in such a flexible blade. But for loopers it is perfect, and also a budget.
pohl  on 1/22/2017

Nice blade for a RPB Penholder. It is quite stiff - crisp feeling when hitting the ball, but looping is still easy though. I'm using it along with DHS Hurricane 8 on FH side, with Yasaka Mark V on BH side. This blade is good for passive block, big NO for long range chopping ( especially if you're using rubber with hard-sponge). Very good for smashing too. I'm pretty satisfied, progressed a lot along with those set of equipment, with a good partner and consistent playing, minor or even major improvement can be achieved. Better focus on skill and feeling improvement, then perhaps 3-5 years later I might consider change it to better blade, or maybe even still the same blade again! Price is quite fair for the quality. To avoid causing splinter when changing rubbers, I've applied Donic Formula Lacquer (seal) on both head's side (FH & BH). Should you a RPB looper - penhold style avoid pain on your pointing finger and thumb, you might like to sand it a little, or at least cover the pain-causing-area with grip tape.
ovtcharov  on 7/17/2014


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