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    Sanwei F3 pro

    Guys i need your reviews what can you say aboy Sanwei F3 Pro compare to timoboll alc are they the same?when it comes on speed and control?

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    Almost the same.composition but there are times the F3 seem to be more stiff.

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    The Sanwei F3 Pro is an inner Kevlar-carbon blade with Ayous outer ply if I remember correctly. It is faster and stiffer than the TB ALC thus less controllable.

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    Hello! I'm after first few trainings sessions with my new F3pro.The first impression was weird, because of unusual "dong" sound and feeling, I needed some adaptation. I was suprised, when I noticed the blade is not stiff at all, it's quite flexy, lightweight 86g and has very soft feeling, feel the ball very well. Dwell time is very long, so generating spin is very easy, and controll is very high. Best aspect od this blade is block, very efortless, also looping is very easy to execute, especialy backhand with Rakza7. No other blade gives me consistency in blocking and looping like F3pro. The only downgrade is short game, because the blade is little bouncy in low gears. The handle is comfy, but Sanwei Fextra 7 FL has better shape. Finish and design also very good.

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