Sanwei was kind enough to send me their latest flagship table tennis blade from their Expert Carbon (EX-C) series, the Sanwei Froster PBO, for review recently and I’ve spent some time putting it through its paces. The blade comes in a light blue Sanwei-branded...
Hi all,I hve been browsing the threads and learnt several insights. Very informative forum.Im starting to get back into the game after 10-15 years (i use to play TT in school team) and im looking for a budget setup that wont break the bankI used to own Stiga Offensive Classic back in the day but...
This is my first review, i'm not sure how to do it but i'll be inspired by the ones i've seen.
I paid 8 $ for a pair with the new member coupon of aliexpress and free shipping when purchased two units. (it was the store promotion at the time). Consider this the most important.
Hope you are all safe!! Has anyone here used the Sanwei Target Pro Blue .I'm looking for insight as to its hardness.What are the 39 or 40 degrees hardness like.In recent times I've used the 729 bloom power,Palio CJ8000 and the DHS H3 Neo.Can anyone make a comparison for me...
I tried boosting my h3neo and the topsheet got very messy and it cant be cleaned and I am considering buying a new rubber, what are the differences between the sanwei target national and h3neo, I also have access to the blue sponge version of the target national, the provincial version and a...
Hello, my question today is: any people have played with this or see anyone using? I no see many reviews on internet. Can this peoples explain more about this rubber?
And how about this rubber feel in comparision with Sanwei T88-III and Mercury II, especially on durability and tacky.
Sanwei HD 40+ Ball
After multiple urgings from players who use the ABS Pro before, Sanwei finally unveiled the new HD ABS ball for the public. This is good since it shows that Sanwei listens to its customers. The balls looks to have a better and higher quality, it does not feel as...
Reposting this blade review in order for this to have a separate thread and would be easier to find using search engines.
Weight: 94 grams
Plies: 5 wood + 2 Carbon Kevlar layers (inner carbon kevlar)
The Sanwei Hynover is an all out...
Reposting and separating this review for the Paramid blade to make this easier for online search.
Weight: 82 grams
Plies: 5 wood + 2 Carbon Aramid layers
The Sanwei Paramid will be replacing the Sanwei F3 Pro blade. The Paramid is a 7...
Sanwei 2020 Blades
The 2020 blades released by Sanwei this year are astounding. The quality has been improved a lot and I am quite thankful that one of my suggestions which to pre-sand the neck or wing part of the blade was added as a feature in the new blades. There are a lot of blades that...
New Sanwei rubber - first look - Gear Hyper
I got accepted by Sanwei as one of the beta testers for Sanwei's new rubber (hurrah!) and just got it recently from their UK distributor (Topspin). I'll be reviewing this rubber over the next week or two. Note: Review complete and can be found further...
I was just wondering how these two blades are. I heard that F3 is a clone of Timo boll alc, is this true? Can someone also describe the two blades interms of what other blades are similar to it and what playing style and rubbers is suitable for them?
New rubbers from Sanwei
Pro Blue National
The Target National Pro Blue is the newest addition to the offensive rubbers of Sanwei. They released the Provincial version called the Red 90 and the National Pro Blue Version. The Pro Blue has the same topsheet as the original Target National rubber...
Build a new racket, haven't played with it yet though. I'm curious to see what others perspective might be on its performance/potential. I am trying to adopt the Chinese style of play and philosophy. Using more a 3rd ball attack kind of play, and topspin oriented. I've been using my Andro racket...
I bought a Sanwei Fextra 7 st wood because i broke my Avalox P700 wood in my last match.
And wow im impressed of the Sanwei Fextra 7 wood.
Its way faster than the P700 and seems to be better in looping i fh and better with short pips in bh than the P700 because of a better feeling and more...
Weight: 89 grams
Plies: 7 (limba-ayous)
Speed: Off to Off+
Feel: Medium stiff
The Fextra at first look can be just dismissed as a cheap cloned blade after the Clipper wood and of course one can see that the handle design really looks like that of a Stiga...