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mahomedy13
05-10-2014, 10:39 PM
Hi

Has anyone used This blade-DHS Power G12?

If so,how would you rate/review it.

Im interested in buying as it seems a good blade,but me being me,I have to do good homework before purchasing anything!

Any input is valuable information.

Thanks

TurboZ
05-13-2014, 10:49 AM
I can only say a few words about my feeling about the blade as I only play with it once.


I have PG12 cpen with Reactor Tornado Blue Sponge FH and DHS Dipper 2 BH. Play it first time this Monday but miss a lot of easy shots. The Reactor is the most tacky rubber I have ever seen. It can grab a ball up side down forever even after several cleanings. Usually rubbers like H3 will lost its magic after one clean. May need more time to break the rubber in.


I find it flex with a touch of hollowness. I can feel a catapult when hitting the sweet spot. May be it is that catapult combine with the overly tacky rubber together makes it unpredictable for me. I usually play with 5 ply wood blades so the difference is quite dramatic. May need more time to get used to. Holding back some power may help. I would say it trade directness and control of an all wood blade for some extra punch.

mahomedy13
05-13-2014, 06:37 PM
I can only say a few words about my feeling about the blade as I only play with it once.


I have PG12 cpen with Reactor Tornado Blue Sponge FH and DHS Dipper 2 BH. Play it first time this Monday but miss a lot of easy shots. The Reactor is the most tacky rubber I have ever seen. It can grab a ball up side down forever even after several cleanings. Usually rubbers like H3 will lost its magic after one clean. May need more time to break the rubber in.


I find it flex with a touch of hollowness. I can feel a catapult when hitting the sweet spot. May be it is that catapult combine with the overly tacky rubber together makes it unpredictable for me. I usually play with 5 ply wood blades so the difference is quite dramatic. May need more time to get used to. Holding back some power may help. I would say it trade directness and control of an all wood blade for some extra punch.

Thanks.

Really appreciated

achalwins94
11-13-2015, 01:44 PM
May be out of topic guys,,but any one knows about Dhs pg15?

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