FEXTRA is a handmade 7-ply all-wood blade laminated using a proven attachment process. This blade offers a feeling of stability and provides additional control to compensate for a player’s potential weakness in this area. The 3 middle wood layers clearly reflect the reaction between each force and counterforce. This helps the blade release feedback quickly to the incoming ball, while the carefully selected supporting wood layer easily delivers a high-quality looping effect on fast attacks.
1st Speed: 95
2nd Speed: 100
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Reviews of Sanwei Fextra (23)
Fextra is one handy blade. I got mine for 6500 Rs here in Pakistan. Its really a consistent blade very forgiving with awesome control. Perfect for intermediate players. The thing about this blade is that someone who uses it for some while knows exactly where his shots will land a good thing to have when you lack control. This product is the king of controlled attack.
My sanwei fextra is 90 grams. But feels light, mabe because of good balance. Rubbers are boosted DHS hurricane3 max on both sides. I have played for 3 months. It has lots of dwell time, maybe so much that sometimes it makes looping harder. But in general it is decent looping blade. Very good for block, push. But blocks are easy to return. It goes higher after the ball bounces opoonents table. I have played with much better blades which do much better blocks. Its sweet spot is only in the center which bothers me. That's why it often doesn't make enough arc during topspins. Sometimes it goes straight when I do topspin which is very weird. Not powerful, I expected more power but unfortunately. Not super fast. It is off, not off+. In terms of control, block, push, dwell time it is better than my previous blade stiga offensive classic carbon. I will change to different blade because of its poor sweet spot.
Update. I am still playing with this blade because I still didn't get my new ordered blade. I tried MX-P on FH, goldarc 8 on the BH. It became faster but it feels too soft. And it is not fast blade. Opponents can easily return even my loops. Blocks are slow. I am tired of this blade. Looking forward to get my new blade...
I had this blade before and the handle feels so good. I used mercury 2 on both sides and loop, block chop was a breeze not to mention the speed. This blade is a good buy given the performance and the price. I highly recommend this for both beginners and intermediate.
Solid, seven ply wood racket and with very reasonable price.
In the beginning, i paired this blade with TSP Ventus spin, replacing my STIGA OFF CLASSIC with the same setup. This blade was fast when close to the table but it lacks of speed while you move away from it. Also a lot of balls landed to the net but this was because of the rubbers. I change the TSPs with DONIC BARACUDA and the problem was solved. It didn't change the speed but the ball landed to the end of the table, putting the opponent under pressure. Due to the flex of the blade it creates tons of spin and the control is...ok. Just ok.
I recommend this blade for sure but to intermediate to advanced players who play aggressive game close an mid from the table. Not for beginners for sure.
The price is just SUPER, better than STIGAs and BUTTERFLYs and it needs lacquering.