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Posted:I have glanced at them but i'm still content with my 5-prong fire fans
I would say that you may have some balance issued compared to a symmetrical fan but according to the schematics they are lighter than both the 5-prong symmetrical fan and the rope kevlar symmetrical fan, so if you are of small frame you may find them the easiest to lift
Other than that I cannot offer much more advice. Perhaps you can be the first to purchase them and be the guru of phoenix fire wings?
Posted:Thank you for everyone that replied to me. I did break down and buy them. So with my initial investigation : THey are fairly light and are easy enough to spin. the only place that there odd shape has been throwing me is with tight turns like in a weave pattern which im sure will be refined with practice.