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Sanwei Multilayer C

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• The Multilayer C offers well-balanced performance with an emphasis on power.
• Easy to control and great arc trajectory, ideal for stable and offensive topspin bursts.
• The bladeís multi-layered structure with a CORE layer in the middle gives the Multilayer C unique characteristics: Itís powerful due to the many layers and also stiff enough thanks to the traditional structure with a large core layer.
• This particular blade is absolutely designed for a professional player. If you feel the need for a better blade to win tournaments, this is it! Get one and start your training!

Material/Structure: 9ply+8soft carbon
Reaction: 130
Vibration: 105
First speed: 85
Second speed: 90
Player type: Fast speed
Impact: Hard
Playing Style: OFF++
Handle Type: FL
FL Size: 259x150

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Reviews of Sanwei Multilayer C (2)

The board has a very good opinion and test about it in the article Fast but brilliantly high control
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Sanwei Multilayer C Blade
Weight: 87 grams
Thickness: 5.9mm to 6mm
Plies: 9 wood + 8 ply carbon
Speed: off+
This is a stiff blade considering that it has 8 carbon plies that are very thin! Tested this with both Chinese and Euro rubbers and concluded that it is not too stiff compared to T1s or Gergely. It is somewhat slower than a Gergely despite the latter having only 2 plies of carbon. I can also say it is slower than T1s but faster and harder than t11+. It was good for hard smashes and topspins when I was testing it but could also be good when using attacking lp or sp rubbers. The Multilayer C blade seem to be good with any rubber hardness and despite being stiff, it can pair well with 40 degree Chinese rubbers. I do recommend medium hard rubbers like 47.5 to 48 degrees euro rubbers for the forehand for maximum power and control ratio balance. 45 degree rubbers are ideal for this.
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