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Sanwei Pro V5

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Our notes:
• One of the most promising blades in the market at a very low cost.
• The blade feels like a cross between a Clipper wood and a Nittaku Violin. It is faster than both blades mentioned, but has less vibration and a better feel on ball impacts.
• The newly improved handle is one of the most ergonomic handles on the market.
• Among all-wood Sanwei blades, this seems to be their most promising.

This blade is factory-sealed so blade sealing is not required.

Maintaining the outstanding performance of the original V5, the new V5 surface is made of a hard Ash wood (like Nittaku Violin), which helps increase attacking speed. The original 3.3mm core is now 3.5mm, increasing power and elasticity. The preferred choice for quick attack and looping players. The special design of the handle is made using a brand new shaping production technique.

Quick Attack/Loop OFF

Ply: 7
Reaction: 130
Vibration: 105
1st Speed: 95
2nd Speed: 90
Speed: Fast
Impact: Mid
Weight: 90g

Blade size: 259x150mm
Handle size: 101x35x24.5mm

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Reviews of Sanwei Pro V5 (30)

Blade is very fast, but not without a decent measure of control. Can’t imagine why it is rated “Allround” or “Offensive -“. Paired with the right rubber for you, the blade is sheer joy to wield at mid- to long-distance from the table. For me, boosted B’fly Rozena adds huge spin to the blade’s speed on forehands, and soft Donic S-3 controls (and varies) the pace from the backhand side. While the feeling does provide less feedback than, for example, a B’fly Innerforce blade, it is a different kind of “touch”. Happily, player adjustment is rapid, especially if you remember to let the setup help do the work, not just your speed of stroke. The V5 rewards proper stroke technique as well as any I’ve used (and there have been many). Forget to use reasonable technique, and you won’t be happy. Employ solid technique, and your opponent will be very unhappy! In a way, that suggests blade should be put in the hands of newbies who have mastered stroke basics and are ready to advance; since employment of proper technique is rewarded so greatly, it is strongly reenforced. Oh yeah, the cost… As a long-time equipment junkie, I judge the V5 to be a superb best-bang-for-the-buck blade for players ready to step up their attacking game. Just an all-wood blade, you say? I don’t care; THIS all-wood blade just works!
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This blade is amazing. It is a great blade for beginner/intermediate players. That outer ply gives it that gear up in speed when you need it. You can hear it when it kicks in. The handle is very comfortable. Not sure what wood it is, but it feels very soft to the touch but hard and firm when you are playing. Vibrations feed very good. I liked it so much I bought another one just a little bit ago.
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I buyed this blade with 41. Mine was 87g, 6mm. VERY comfortable handle. Nice finishes for the price. I have been using Yasaka Valmo *max* on FH and Tibhar Quantum S *max* on BH for 2 months. I would say that it has a great consistency and a good control; the speed is nice for an OFF blade and its very nice playing with it. Nothing is a downside on this blade.
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Fast and great feeling.
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I was waiting for the delivery of the V5 PRO, so I borrowed the CR so that I could compare the features of both. I was less worried about how I would handle CR. That wasn't a big problem. I had to get used to it. Well, when the V5 PRO arrived, I immediately went to train. And I was very surprised. I've always considered myself more of a player who needs an off- or off blade. I was worried that it would be fast. I tried carbon blade, but I prefer allwood. I have Nittaku Fastarc G-1 2.0 glued on both sides. Blocking and playing above the table was a big surprise. I used Fextra 7 and Vodak Taranis during the season and I had very good results. But this wood is a completely different level. Blade has a harder feel, a bit sharper, a lower arc. Another surprise is the rotation. From the harder outer veneer, I expected the dwell time to be short and so the rotations would not be sufficient. Well, the number of successful services, highly rotated loops convinced me that it won't be bad with rotations. The ash veneer is thin and during power shots it bends into the next layer, so the shota are more controlled and the balls do not fly behind the table but with a low arc onto the table. I have so far avoided blades with a hard outer veneer. I was worried that I would overturn the table. Well, that's not the case. Now, after the season is over, it's time to try. I want to meet up with my defenseman friend and his brother and try the V5 PRO a bit more thoroughly. I will complete the review later.
New update from 8/2023: I changed rubbers from Nittaku Fastarc G-1 2,0mm to Yasaka Rakza 7 max. on the fh side and Yasaka Rakza 7 Soft max on the bh side. Rubbers in max are I changed rubbers from Nittaku Fastarc G-1 2,0mm to Yasaka Rakza 7 max. on the fh side and Yasaka Rakza 7 Soft max on the bh side. Rubbers for this blade are in max better than 2,0mm.
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