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 Post subject: Galaxy Yinhe t1s
PostPosted: 27 Nov 2022, 01:10 
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Hi, i have heard of Galaxy Yinhe t1s, anyone have tried it and can give me a review?


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 Post subject: Re: Galaxy Yinhe t1s
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Can't give you a review since I've not used it (and I suspect few if any of the others have, either).

But based on the above I see that it is:

Thick - 7.4mm
Fast - OFF+
Heavy - 88g
Carbon - 2 thick layers close to the surface
Wood - surface ply kinda looks like Hinoki but I doubt it, otherwise they'd mention it
Moderately expensive - USD25 (includes shipping)
Build quality - Yinhe has excellent build quality, I'd put it up against anyone

In other words - not my kind of blade and I wouldn't be likely to buy one. Nor would it suit most players, and it certainly isn't for casual players or those rated under, say, 1800. Also unsuitable for most higher rated players (and they know better than to buy one). Then again... SOMEONE must be buying all these ultra-fast, hard to control carbon blades, since there are so many of them.

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 Post subject: Re: Galaxy Yinhe t1s
PostPosted: 29 Nov 2022, 16:56 
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 Post subject: Re: Galaxy Yinhe t1s
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It's very very fast, that's what I remember.

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 Post subject: Re: Galaxy Yinhe t1s
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This is probably the fastest blade on the market right now.

Initial impression is stiff and fast, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. The trampoline feel is very pronounced when hit hard.

Great for smashing, not much use for anything else.


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 Post subject: Re: Galaxy Yinhe t1s
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if we add 2 Chinese sticky rubbers to this blade, like DHS hurricane 8, or the commercial Hurricane 2 neo, will it be controllable?


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 Post subject: Re: Galaxy Yinhe t1s
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Depends on whether you're rated 2400 or not.. :lol: (Even if you were and can control it, it doesn't mean it's ideal either..)

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 Post subject: Re: Galaxy Yinhe t1s
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Why are you insisting on my rating?
So, if i am not competing or i haven't a good rating, i should play with Stiga pre-made racket 1 star??
Is it forbidden to try a fast blade for someone who's not professional?
I am searching for a low budget blade, only coz i know that it will be hard to play with, but is it a big problem if i try it?


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No, it's your money and you're free to buy and use whatever you want. I'm just answering the question.

If you're looking for slow rubber to put on this blade I'd suggest regular retail Hurricane 2 or Hurricane 3 rather than the boosted versions like Neo. If you want something REALLY slow, try Reactor Ckylin.

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 Post subject: Re: Galaxy Yinhe t1s
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johny_4_84 wrote:
Why are you insisting on my rating?


Nobody is « insisting » anything. You asked whether a blade that is universally acknowledged to be very very fast would be controllable.

The answer given makes perfect sense. If you’re a very skilled player with great touch, sure, a very very fast blade may be controllable. That’s because the ability to control very fast equipment is directly proportional to your playing strength.

You are of course welcome to buy and use whatever you like. You’re only getting cautionary advice because many of us have also experimented with very fast equipment, and discovered, to nobody’s surprise, that we can’t control it.

By all means find that out yourself. What do you have to lose?

I’ll tell you what I lost. Almost 9 months of playing time. My love for the game. A lot of ranking points. My confidence as a team player. And some painful matches.

Maybe none of that applies to you. Maybe none of that matters to you. But it matters to most people, so unsurprisingly some people are trying to save you from having the same experience. You don’t need to take it as an insult, or a slight to your abilities. We’re just sharing our own experiences in the hope that they may be of some use to you.

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 Post subject: Re: Galaxy Yinhe t1s
PostPosted: 03 Dec 2022, 00:33 
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i know, and i am posting on a forum coz i want to gain from your knowledge and your experience.
But i think the rating won't be a criteria for using a blade even if it's so fast. and i know if it's very fast, it requires a perfect strict form, and i am not competing, coz i don't have any table tennis club in my area, so i am just playing for fun, and i have tried before the yinhe t1 (the old version) and it was perfect for defending, i had an injury, so i use it for a training, and i didn't using it aggressively.
Now the main setup for me is Yinhe v14 pro (Donic bluefire m1 forehand, DHS Goldarc 8 on backhand), and i was planning to make a new setup for fun, and maybe if i enjoy it, i will make it my main one.
So sorry if i have got misunderstood, i know that what Iskandar say is right, but i disagree only with the rating criteria.
Thanks guys for your replies.


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 Post subject: Re: Galaxy Yinhe t1s
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Honestly, there probably is no harm in trying.

And I’ve ignored countless people’s advice too. Sometimes we just have to satisfy our own curiosity.

Good luck, and keep us posted.

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