Galaxy W-1

Galaxy W-1 Blade
Approx. $ 50 USD
Price $

User Ratings (5)

Speed 8.9
Control 8.5
Stiffness 5.4   
Hardness 5.5   
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 9.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 9.0
Control 7.0
Weight 86g +/- 3g
Plies 9
Materials 2 plies of Carbon
Thickness 6.1mm +/- 0.2mm
There are 1 users using the Galaxy W-1.
Offensive, mid distance looping blade. Thinner (6.1mm), more flexible profile provides a higher ball arc and greater spin.

For an even higher ball arc, try the W-2.

Reviews (4)

JimT  on 2/5/2010

One of the best OFF (not OFF+) carbon blades made for less than $99. Very good balance, great feeling for such a fast carbon blade. I suspect that the carbon layers are positioned a little deeper than on a regular carbon blade, so it has better touch and more control. It does everything well - not super-duper great but really well in all departments which makes it very suitable for control attackers and offensive players who mix it up with placement shots.
gekogark1212  on 6/15/2008

The W-1 is a very well balanced blade, it is like the TBS but is more geared towards control than speed. Lovely limba top ply for a good short game. Needs rather softer rubbers for it to shine, I used tensors on it since they're all so soft.
aNoPHeLeS  on 11/5/2015

Fantastic carbon blade with almost no carbon ping - its called the wood king because it has the great feel of wood blades with the added stability of carbon. Mid distance looping blade.
Donic Fan  on 6/13/2011

I use Coppa X1 on FH and Outlaw on BH, 175 g. Don't know which side I like better, both are exceptional. The FH side has good touch and spin at slower speeds, really sharp loops at higher speeds, and smashes are a dream come true. The Outlaw side produces stinging backhands with blistering speed. The blade has a very satisfying feel and sound. Control is pretty good and I've compared this to many other blades. Yinhe says 7, I feel it's around 9. The only thing I have trouble with are chops, on some other blades this comes more easily. I'm sure I can work on it and develop better touch, but truth is, I don't want to chop with this blade in my hand. It wants to hit and loop.

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