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In my shop I am selling a new thing. And a customer asks me about the quality of the new thing.

And I responded by saying:

I will say it is better, since I am selling it. First use then see.

Here I am emphasizing the sentence with the wordwill to show that it is typical of any seller to say that their products are better.

Is it a natural way to express this? I'm not a native speaker.

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The word you emphasize indicates the opposition you have met or expect to meet:

I will say it is better. [since you claim it's someone else who says it's better]

I will say it is better. [since you claim I won't say it is better]

I will say it is better.
I will say it is better. [since you claim it's actually worse]

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