Galaxy T-8

Galaxy T-8 Blade
Approx. $ 28 USD
Price $

User Ratings (29)

Speed 9.3
Control 8.6
Stiffness 6.3   
Stiff
Hardness 6.6   
Medium hard
Consistency 8.7   
Always identical
Overall 9.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 10
Control 8.0
Weight 86±3g
Plies 5
Materials 2 plies of Carbon, 3 plies of wood
Thickness 6.8±0.2mm
There are 4 users using the Galaxy T-8.
Type: OFF

Reviews (22)

ex_hai05  on 12/23/2014

Good blade, easy to play. Type Off is right, but fast offensive blade. 7 plies including 2 plies of ALC. Thickness ~ 6mm. My weight is about 85gr
+1
vanjr  on 8/28/2014

This is a very fast, very hard blade. Good quality. Did I mention how fast it is? If you are used to max rubbers with hard sponge on some other blades you may want to rethink your choice for this blade. It hits pretty well. I need a softer sponge to loop with it because the ball just jumps off this blade. Update-tried with some new rubbers. Still great for put away, but my game as a whole suffers. I think this blade would work well for a hitter and/or someone who puts a lot of hours in. You can do some crazy shots with this if you handle it correctly.
+1
sipokoyto  on 1/16/2014

This blade is fast and the feedback is great. I cant believe that they are selling something like this at this price. With DHS Tin Arc 3 at the forehand and Haifu Whale 2 at the backhand. I hate to say this, it out perform my Zhang Jike blade.
+1
BlackQueen  on 3/2/2013

Fast blade with a good control, good for block, smash, topspin and push. Really nice blade, ordered another one. mine is much thinner though 6.1-6.2mm not 6.8 as indicated in description. This blade is very good with many different rubbers, therefore suit different stiles from ALL to OFF+. Update: have to lower down the overall rating (initial control was 9 and overall 9.5), after getting the second blade... this time its 6.8mm in thickness, heavier, and plays completely different to one that I have. Speed is there, may be, even faster, but no much feeling, meaning hard to control with not much feedback. So not much consistency in blades production... need to give an average rating between the two.
+1
emelo  on 2/7/2013

83g, 6.2mm (?? not 6.8) 5 plies of wood (?? not 3) + 2 arylate-carbon layer T-8 is better for me than t-7: similar control, lower spin sensitivity, same spin, but higher throw, and slightly higher top-speed. Powerful fast loop or short high arc can be generated easily.
+1


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