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      DHS PG7 substitute of clipper??

      DHS PG7 substitute of clipper??
      is that true?

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      Hello Haris.

      I don't think is a substitute of Stiga Clipper blade, but I believe it's pretty similar to it. The might be the same but the red plies in the Clipper is thicker than in PG7. Also PG7 has a ballonet built in the sandwich construction.
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      I believe they may have the same elements, but the construction and playability is totally different.
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      i played with both blades finally. clipper is a bit faster and more solid/stiff. good blades for their price.

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      Not the same, totally not the same. Clipper has more power and heavier, the face is also bigger. I wouldn't recommend DHS G7 to any one yet as I have not try yet. The feel of both blades without rubber is different, Clipper is more solid.

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      I think you get a lot of DHS PG7 for its price. The construction of the blade is Limba/red-ayous/ayous/ayous/ayous/red-ayous/Limba, because of the outer ply is Limba you get a lot of dwell time when you play. But when you need speed it gives you speed. I would definitely recommend it to playes that aren't beginners.

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      Every PG7 you'll get will play differently depending on weight, & quality control. 729 Hao Shaui 's L5 looks like a clipper too=S...same price

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      yep, similar construction but thinner red plies.
      wood used varies a lot in quality.
      if you want pg7 with better qc go with tg7.

      yinhe uranus 2 is a clipper clone and costs similar to pg7.
      besides this one yinhe has at least 3 more clipper clone models but this one seems the most popular.
      also 729 L-5 but I don't know much about the quality of 729 blades.

      also from dhs you have tg7-cp with same clipper construction, but I think price is similar.
      Last edited by sebas-aguirre; 09-05-2012 at 03:50 PM.

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      There are many clones of the Clipper: Yinhe M6( old clipper which is supposed to be lighter), Yinhe M5 (the clipper that we find nowadays), Hrt Clipper Clone, Yinhe U2. All these blades are supposed to be solid handle like the classic clipper.

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      Quote Originally Posted by yurybarquero View Post
      There are many clones of the Clipper: Yinhe M6( old clipper which is supposed to be lighter), Yinhe M5 (the clipper that we find nowadays), Hrt Clipper Clone, Yinhe U2. All these blades are supposed to be solid handle like the classic clipper.
      729 a-2
      729 l-5
      dhs tg7-cp
      yinhe mc-3 (this would be like clipper cr)
      Last edited by sebas-aguirre; 09-07-2012 at 03:11 AM.

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      about the Yinhe Mc-3 that is what I thought so by looking at the composition of the blades but nobody has said that it is similar to the clipper CR. Have you tried both blades?

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      Quote Originally Posted by yurybarquero View Post
      about the Yinhe Mc-3 that is what I thought so by looking at the composition of the blades but nobody has said that it is similar to the clipper CR. Have you tried both blades?
      haven't tried any of these blades.

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      the price of PG7 is lower than clipper. at the same time,the quality assurance of PG7 have no guarantee

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      I found the Adidas Challenge Speed 7 ply better than any of the clippers I have played with.

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