Yinhe or Sanwei Balls?

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Personally the Sanwei balls are the ones I would go for. Played quite a few events with them in the UK. There's also the Blue boxed Sanwai HD.

Both good solid choices.
 
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I prefer Yinhe blue than Sanwei. I have bought both multiple times and the print on the Sanwei ball is less consistent (sometimes very thick). That doesn't affect its performance though, they are in the same ball park.

Personally the Sanwei balls are the ones I would go for. Played quite a few events with them in the UK. There's also the Blue boxed Sanwai HD.

Both good solid choices.
The blue Sanwei is a lot more expensive I think; seems to be the export version, like Sanwei 75 vs Froster.
 
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I prefer Yinhe blue than Sanwei. I have bought both multiple times and the print on the Sanwei ball is less consistent (sometimes very thick). That doesn't affect its performance though, they are in the same ball park.


The blue Sanwei is a lot more expensive I think; seems to be the export version, like Sanwei 75 vs Froster.
can you link to the sanwei ball you're referring to?
 
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I prefer Yinhe blue than Sanwei. I have bought both multiple times and the print on the Sanwei ball is less consistent (sometimes very thick). That doesn't affect its performance though, they are in the same ball park.


The blue Sanwei is a lot more expensive I think; seems to be the export version, like Sanwei 75 vs Froster.
Interesting nice one thanks 👍.

The Sanwei were used in the UK events quite a bit and found them good to use out of experience. Good to know there is another option for knocking.

The butterfly R40 that are being used this season are actually not terrible after a fair few sessions. Was a bit worried about that choice...
 
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can you link to the sanwei ball you're referring to?
it was from the GOO store, the 12 balls one.

Thanks. Is there big difference between Yinhe Blue and Pink balls?
Pink one feels softer. They claim it's better for spin but i don't notice it. Personally I prefer the blue one over the pink one. For reference, I also think the normal DHS 3* soft for my taste.
 
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There are black, blue, pink, as I played the 3 colors, durability blue, stable after like a 30 hours play, blue. Now I play with double fish wtt balls, cheap and good.
Thanks, I think I will buy some of the blue ones then. But we're only 1 month away from 11-11 big sale, so maybe I should wait and see if there are some good deals.
 
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Thanks, I think I will buy some of the blue ones then. But we're only 1 month away from 11-11 big sale, so maybe I should wait and see if there are some good deals.
If you still have balls to play, just wait for 1111, otherwise buy some double fish ball from Amazon. Very cheap and good ball. Close to dhs dj40+, .
 
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coI prefer Yinhe blue than Sanwei. I have bought both multiple times and the print on the Sanwei ball is less consistent (sometimes very thick). That doesn't affect its performance though, they are in the same ball park.


The blue Sanwei is a lot more expensive I think; seems to be the export version, like Sanwei 75 vs Froster.

I agree ... Sanwei ABS Pro 3
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(Red/Pink Print) balls seem thicker and heavier...I'm not a big fan.. Haven't played much with Yinhe, Lately, I\ve been playing Double Fish V40+ WTT balls, and I really like them.. Very consistent, good bounce, don't seem too light nor too heavy.. Durability is average. Sanwei ones, have better durability.
 
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Does anyone know about these balls?
Some reviews on Aliexpress say they are good for training but I am not sure about that.
How good are they for training, multiball etc. .

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they're quite fine for training use, feels a tiny bit lighter but for multi balls, they'll work well.

for personal use I'd probably splurge on cheap 3 stars (yinhe/sanwei/palio/doublefish) which ever would be on sale.

for club use, I'll stick with these.
 
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