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    Posted: 07/10/2018 at 9:26am
Anyone have tried Sanwei Fextra 7? Can you give review for that blade?
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check here https://www.tabletennisdaily.com/forum/showthread.php?16279-Sanwei-Fextra-and-Dynamo-Blades!
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I can say Fextra is one of the fastest 7 ply limba blade in the market. The price is way less than other brands of the same make up.
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Originally posted by piligrim piligrim wrote:

check here https://www.tabletennisdaily.com/forum/showthread.php?16279-Sanwei-Fextra-and-Dynamo-Blades!


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Originally posted by yogi_bear yogi_bear wrote:

I can say Fextra is one of the fastest 7 ply limba blade in the market. The price is way less than other brands of the same make up.


Compared to tibhar spw, which one is better yogi?
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I heard good things about the handle of this blade
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http://mytabletennis.net/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=79696
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Spw is slower and has more control. Most of the fextra's are in the 90-92 gram range of weights. I got lucky and got an 85 grams one.
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Originally posted by windysummer1 windysummer1 wrote:

I heard good things about the handle of this blade


Which one have good things? Straight handle or flared handle?
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Originally posted by yogi_bear yogi_bear wrote:

Spw is slower and has more control. Most of the fextra's are in the 90-92 gram range of weights. I got lucky and got an 85 grams one.


Do you prefer SPW than fextra 7?
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I got Dhs PG7, Sanwei Flextra, and Yinhe Pro Feeling. Sanwei is faster, better control, and big sweet spot than PG7. I got it thanks to recommendation from yogi bear. It helped me to correct my strokes, to hit with confidence. After a while, I got back and played Yinhe Pro Feeling, a faster blade.
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Most of flextra have FL handle, ST handle only available in China
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Fextra is a really good blade and powerful, reminds me a bit of good clipper, or a faster harder korbel... definitely worth its price!
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