TSP Hino-Carbon Power

TSP Hino-Carbon Power Blade
Approx. $ 100 USD
Price $

User Ratings (15)

Speed 9.1
Control 8.4
Stiffness 6.1   
Hardness 6.7   
Medium hard
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 9.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Weight 85g
Materials Carbon
There are 2 users using the TSP Hino-Carbon Power.
High-quality hinoki materials + paulownia. The comfort of a smash and the drive that the (Singapore) of the fourth place Athens Olympics chose. The repulsion elasticity increases in racket oneself by putting hardness of core paulownia materials in carbon fiber among the sticktoitiveness of the hinoki, and power is born.

Reviews (6)

ybonda  6 months ago

Very unique blade. Very fast. Thanks to the thick hinoki outer layer the blade is not stiff like other carbon blades and with touch. This blade is definitely not for a beginner due to it high speed.
tuckseng  on 10/26/2016

Very powerful and very good in control blade. Highly recommended.
pendy  on 7/1/2015

I love this blade and The handle is comfortable , over all very good if can find 1st generation still made in japan
Calvarez  on 10/19/2011

Penhold Chinese Style: Blade is light, hard and fast. Excel at counter-blocking and counter-looping. Produce an enormous amount of speed while power-smash and flat drives. It must be used with a fast offensive rubber [in my case a 1.9 SpinArt]. Will suit perfectly for an all offensive player that only plays close to the table and attacks all the balls. The blade is very forgiving when you don't hit the ball perfectly due to the enlarged "sweet-spot" produced by the carbon layers. This blade give an outstanding "control" of the strokes you choose to play, but excel when blocking and counter-blocking. I upgraded from Butterfly Chinese AL due only to the speed of the blade, both have the same specs and characteristics, and almost the "same feel" but the Carbon is fastest than Arylate fibers. Paired with SpinArt or Tenergy will convert this blade in a perfect weapon for an "all offensive" close-to-the-table player". TSP is well know for the quality of their blades, [not their rubbers] and this Hino-Power blade is top notch craftsmanship, even the sanded down edges of the penhold style [AL made my finger bleed while trying it out]. I did use a Balsa blade for million years, and I try many others wood blades but I always came back to my old balsa, not this time, with this new blade [using it for 2 month now] I have the control a balsa blade produce and the speed of the cedar-carbon combination.
Anonymous  on 4/8/2011

very good blade, good for hitting and also have good control for looping. I am a both side looper.

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