SANWEI Froster - A revolution in Arylate Carbon Table Tennis Blade
As the pioneering masterpiece of Expert-carbon series, Froster is an innovation and a new attempt of SANWEI in Arylate Carbon table tennis blade
Froster sound test and specially designed handle sign
Why choose Arylate Carbon table tennis blade?
Arylate Carbon (also known as Kevlar), has many applications, ranging from bicycle tires and racing sails to Table Tennis Sport. by this measure it is five times stronger than steel.
Froster blue arylated carbon is a composite of blue arylate and carbon fiber. It has the advantage of combining the toughness of the blue Arylate with the high Modulus of the carbon fiber. The composite fiber can be woven to increase ball holding time and rotation (compared to the pure carbon-added blades). This is technically balanced between elasticity and rotation.
ALC are thin carbon layers that are usually placed between wood layers. It is the carbon interlayer in the wood floor. This provides stronger strength and faster speeds, and also requires more professional skills. If you are an intermediate or beginner player, we recommend that you begin with our Training series blade
Why choose SANWEI ALC blade - Froster?
1. Thickened tech
As Table Tennis Sport enters the era of 40+mm big balls, the ball will fly slower and rotate faster. So SANWEI thickened this table tennis blade and fiber materials are recommended to increase elasticity and maintain a degree of ball holding,
2. Innovative design wood layer
The Structure of Froster:
Koto surface wood can be described as a hard and neutral wood. This wood is used to make the ball spin faster and provides a better vibration sense.
Ayous, a wood that is more neutral in wood transverse force wood is used for the Nordic board-making technology. Ayous can be used to balance the feel of hand and support, which is why it is called force wood.
As for the core, we use the traditional Kiri core to lower impact.
3. Special color scheme
- The new color scheme for the handle is a Feast for the eye
Collection grade aluminum gradient color handle label, excellent feel!
Silky edging: smooth edges for the whole blade, excellent overall shape!
4. Coming along with a same design inspiration hard case
- Zipper closure for easy access
- Hard EVA material box, wear-resistant and protection your blade against the tide
- Large advanced snowflake screen printing
- It can hold 4 pcs balls and 1 table tennis blade
Review of this blade:
Review: Froster PBO – the best tt blade for pros?
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Reviews: Sanwei Froster EX-C Blade
Author: Yogi_bear Sanwei Froster EX-C Blade Weight: 90 grams Handle type: Narrow flared Speed: off to off+ Plies: 7 (Koto Outer – ALC 2nd – Kiri inner) The Froster EX-C was already released worldwide weeks ago and I have this for almost a month. It took me a long time to post this review since a
|Material/Structure||5 Ply + 2 Arylate-Carbon|
|Player type||Loop Attack|
|Handle Type||FL/CS/ST/AN/FL Thin|
|FL Size||259 x 150|
|CS Size||240 x 150|