Sun-Fly Everest Poker Chips

Kid_Eastwood

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They are PolyInno 43mm.

The problem is that they don't have the 25mm label, their label is bigger. With a bigger label surface and less chip, material, they don't perform as well as the combo 43mm chip / 25mm label.

But these remains quite OK I think. They are just not the nuts in terms of SunFly PolyInnno.
 

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Personally, I find the 39mm hybrids (like Ascona) to be quite lacking -- insufficient surface friction, and too light.

Ranking the various Sun-Fly products, I'd go with:
  1. 43mm polyinno with 25mm recess
  2. 43mm polyinno with 31.7mm recess
  3. 43mm polychrome
  4. 39mm polyclay (diamonds or cards)
  5. 39mm polychrome
  6. 39mm polyinno with 25mm recess
  7. 39mm polyinno with 28.3mm recess
The above also closely correlates with the weight of the individual chips listed, but there's a lot more to it than just that. Sound, feel, and stability also play into the equation.
 
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