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 Post subject: New SANWEI DZ Pips-long
PostPosted: 24 Jan 2020, 20:48 
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Just came across this on aliexpress : https://www.aliexpress.com/i/4000283647 ... 2aaaeNsaY5

Back in 2017 I was training in Bangkok and came across the old Sanwei Dizzy,which I liked.When I flew back home I realised it was not on the LARC !! .

Maybe this is an improved version which could be worth testing. :)


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according to eacheng.net, it is legal: https://www.eacheng.net/SANWEI-DZ-OX-p1112017.html

picture shows pips vertically aligned and sparsely spaced. anyone has used it?

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according to eacheng.net, it is legal: https://www.eacheng.net/SANWEI-DZ-OX-p1112017.html

picture shows pips vertically aligned and sparsely spaced. anyone has used it?


Yes,I did test them.However,we know pips are blade dependent and to really know how they perform we should use different blades .

I tested them on Grubba all + .It is a good all round pip with low trajectory . The vertically aligned pips make attacking options easier but I was not enthusiastic enough with the blocking strengths .After a few months it was worn down enough to see some improvements like shorter blocks but the braking effect is far from that of Talon's for example .

It does not pop up the ball,which is good and the price is very competitive 3 / 4 € cheaper than DG for instance.Maybe on other stiffer,faster blades it can really be more impressive.I decided to stick to the Grubba all + for the competitions so I did not have the necessary patience to keep testing on other blades .

Also, I don't really like vertically aligned pips.I don't know why but with horizontally aligned pips I block safer,better, lower,shorter.It might be a question of technique.In any case,they are worth testing .


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