DHS TG825-L Blade
Approx. $ 130 USD
Price $

User Ratings (3)

Speed 9.8
Control 8.2
Stiffness 4.7   
Hardness 6.7   
Medium hard
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 9.5 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 97 / 100
Control 75 / 100
Weight 95g
Plies 7
Thickness 6.2mm
There are 2 users using the DHS TG825-L.
TG825 has different construction Different comparing to traditional 7-ply blade. Thin and highly elastic material creates progressive power increase, so that the energy could be released immediately and completely. TG825 has very good balance in terms of speed and spin. This blade has CONCAVE (FL) handle. Made in Shanghai.

Reviews (2)

Metalhead  on 2/25/2018

Very handsome blade, well made. In the game, I find it strange : it's fast and feel hard, but also flexible with a lot of vibrations. I think it is very suitable with a chinese rubber (they are hard and slow, this blade is flex and fast). I'll buy it and try with a chinese tacky rubber (my first test was with a sinus) -------------------------- EDIT : now that i have tried it for a longer time, i'm able to give a complete review. This time i tried it with a tibhar fx-p on fh and a stiga boost ts on bh. Actually, the blade isn't very hard, it's very flex (due to the soft external plies), and just medium hard. Those caracteristics give huge spin possibilities on loops. Besides, thanks to the huge speed, the loopkills on underspin balls are very easy and very effective (spin+speed). About control quality : very good when you hit the ball at the top of the bounce, or before. When you hit after the top, beware to have a right move. The biggest advantage of this blade is the huge feeling it gives you. So even on short game and serves, i'm not very destabilized by the speed. So overall for me a very good blade, that suit perfectly my game. BUT be careful, it's a very, very fast blade, and need a right technic. And don't use it with too softs rubbers (fx-p is at the limit of softness, boost ts 36° is too soft). EDIT : Ok now it's the blade that I use in competition. I have now vega japan on bh and hurricane 8 on fh. And it's fantastic ! Very suitable with the chinese rubber, I never put such a great spin on serves and loops. The feeling this blade gives you is just fantastic. And with its power, no need to boost my hurricane. Really an amazing underrated blade !
smasher  on 12/25/2013

Uncompromising Fast, Ball outs from the paddle does not hold the ball as a result the impulse provides an efficiency of energy transfer from while hitting the ball. Control is OK. The handle (fl) seem too slim. I like this one.

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