Galaxy Venus V-14 PRO

Galaxy Venus V-14 PRO Blade
Approx. $ 60 USD
Price $

User Ratings (18)

Speed 9.2
Control 9.2
Stiffness 6.0   
Hardness 6.1   
Medium hard
Consistency 9.3   
Always identical
Overall 9.5 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 9.0 / 10
Control 10 / 10
Weight 85
Plies 7
Materials Limba,(outer), ALC, Limba, Kiri (core)
Thickness 5,7
There are 2 users using the Galaxy Venus V-14 PRO.
The 30th anniversary of YinHe company, they released the new version of the famous Venus V-14 blade with polished look and updated manufacturing technique. (No official description avlailable in Europe. Only 1030 pieces were made, Limited collection.

Reviews (7)

BramV  7 months ago

Perfectly balanced blade. I did not expect this blade to be this good. I love it for a dominating close to the table game. It is both very stable and easy to open up with. Just like the Viscarias the blade favours players with a good backhand.
TTCP  8 months ago

**UPDATE** 01/16/2019: Recently changed rubbers and play more with this blade. Mine weighs 89g and is 6.0mm thick. The blade is good quality with very smooth finish. The FL handle is similar size to DHS HL5. I put Friendship 729-08 (47 degrees) on FH and Yinhe Moon Speed on BH. The resulting racket is 185g, about average weight, slightly head-heavy. This is definitely a fast blade, with good enough feeling. I'd say the speed is close to a Carbonado 90. Looping is easy with great speed and topspin, blocking is accurate and deadly. Touch shots are very controllable and can be kept very short. The throw angle is medium, which makes this blade a little difficult to play with (I usually play with blades with medium high throw angle). Coming from a Nittaku Acoustic Carbon Inner, I had to adjust my strokes a bit to keep my loops from grazing the net. Compared to Acoustic Carbon Inner, my loops are faster, flatter, and deadlier. However, it's much less tolerant of errors. So this blade is not for beginners. But V14 Pro is a great quality OFF+ blade. I can comfortably say its performance rivals that of expensive blades like Nittaku Acoustic Carbon and Stiga Carbonado 90 (except V14 Pro has slightly worse feeling). If you have good techniques and want to upgrade to a fast, deadly carbon blade at low price, I highly recommend V14 Pro.
qvoliszz  on 7/27/2018

So, I bought one blade. I have a normal V-14 too. This one is a bit faster and stiffer and it is built with ALC. The feeling is high and good. I will update later. This blade is a must have! UPDATE! This is a PRO version, which means, that the blade should me more direct and aggressive, than the normal V-14. The blade feels definitely stiffer and a bit faster, the tempo is OFF with a fine touch. Goes well with all rubbers. This blade is a very nice looping blade well suited for an all out looper and attacker style. Similar to BF TB/ZJK ALC. UPDATE 2018! So I finally swithched to this blade from the normal V-14. I ordered one blade to my couple and she loves it too. Yes the blade is around 92 grams. But there is a big thing! After a few trainings my backhand improved because of the different balance of the blade. The blade is around 180-190 grams with most modern tensors considering the really heavy ones. Mine is 183 with 2 Palio AK 47 REDs. So I came to realize that this blade's weight distribution is very good, the middle point of the blade is 1.5-2 cms (0.6-0.8 inches) above the handle. This makes me able to switch my wings very fast. After 4 sessions I was able to succesfully loop 6-10 random loops in a match situation. With the normal V-14 (I tried 3 blades, with the same rubbers) I was slower because the weight point of the V-14 is higher (so it is a bit more head heavy). I also performed a non-intentional crash test, no big deal, but it is stiffer, than the V-14. Last time I did the puch serve I separated the top veener from the V-14, the V-14 PRO only got a little dent.
ronkim1993  3 weeks ago

First and foremost the outer ply of this blade is KOTO and not LIMBA. This blade is amazing! I like it more than the expensive blades that I had before (Amultart, JM ZLC, Garaydia ZLC, Viscaria, TB ALC, HL5, Gergely Classic, Gergely 21, DOTC etc.) With all those blades that I've used before, I could say it is close with TB ALC performace but with more control and better feel.
JoeKatsurayama  3 weeks ago

Simplesmente melhor combinação entre Velocidade x Controle. Bloqueios e contra-ataque sensacional, drive poderosos. Excelente madeira, utilizava uma Stiga Ebenholz NCT VII, dessa forma, prefiro a V-14 PRO. Forehand Xiom Musa 3 Max/ Backhand Yasaka Rakza 7 Soft Max

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