Yinhe T7s Blade

(1 customer review)

£28.00

Yinhe T7s Allround /Offensive- Carbokev Blade is a very good choice for all players looking for controlled attack and good block.

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Description

The Yinhe T7s is one of the slowest composite blades of the T series.
It is stiff, light weight and with good control.

The Carbokev (Carbon and Kevlar) layers give enormous control and big sweet-spot.

The T7s is a very good choice for all players looking for controlled attack and good block.

Additional information

Blade Category

Control Rating

8

Speed Rating

9

Blade Weight

88 +/- 3g

Blade Head Dimensions (WxH)

150mm x 157mm

Handle Dimensions (LxWxC)

FL – 101mm x 27mm x 87mm

Blade Thickness

6.0 +/- 0.2 mm

Number of Plies

3+2

Blade Outer Ply

Hinoki

Target Player

1 review for Yinhe T7s Blade

  1. Nick Howard (verified owner)

    The T7s may be billed as “OFF/ALL”, but I’d place this firmly in the “OFF” category.

    Rubbers will depend on how it plays, but if it’s paired with attacking rubbers, it’s a very fast blade indeed.

    Having typically been used to top end Butterfly or Tibhar blades, I was curious as to how much “worse” the T7s would be, considering it’s a fraction of the cost.

    The answer? It isn’t.

    It’s an excellent blade to hold, and I was really impressed with the build quality. The overall finish is very nice, and it wouldn’t look out of place in a line up of £100+ blades.

    When paired with an attacking rubber (like the Yinhe Venus 2), it’s a very impressive looping weapon from both wings. If you have a decent stroke, you’ll be able to get all the power you want from the blade, whilst still maintaining an element of control.

    It’s not overly quick though, and you’ll still be able to access those slow loops, and for the occasions where spin is crucial (serve and return).

    Having used the blade over a number of months, it’s very difficult to justify the spend on the big European brands. Yinhe has an absolute winner with the T7s, and it’s unbeaten in it’s price band.

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