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It's African wood (Limba) allows the ball to stay on the racket longer providing good feel and control. A good all-around offensive blade. Compact head-size. BTY's best selling blade of 1995.
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Reviews of Butterfly Primorac (33)
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I've played with this blade for 2 years now and was/am really happy with it. It can do just about anything. VERY reliable. Other than that it doesn't excel in anything in particular also. after testing some rubbers, I used Joola xplode sensitive for the backhand and the Donic Acuda S2 for the forehand. it's is a very good combination. I would recommend this to people with beginner or intermiediate attackers or to allrounder. A bit head heavy. comfortable handle with good finish. best value for the money out there!!!
very good blade with more control
Heard so much about this blade being the benchmark of 5 plys so I ordered it with an Anatomic handle and waited ages for it to arrive from inters pl. Club mate uses an old one and can't find anything to replace it with. The new one I got is nothing like the old one. In a nutshell it was no great shakes but I may not have got a good one. Weighed a respectful 85 grams.
The Best Control Blade, need a fast rubber to this blade you need a more speed rubber to this blade
I'm an intermediate player, and I had a chance to play with different blades throughout my skill build up for 2 years now, the best overall blade that helped me to improve my skill was the BTY Primorac, control is where this blade excels which also suits my style. definitely for beginners, its fairly fast, Primorac has low spin, but it can varies based on the rubber you use, but when you find the wright set up for the blade and fits your style,its a BEAST!!. I've tested Primorac with (DHS H3 Neo, Acuda S2 & S3) but the best set up I have and still use is (Rakza 7 forehand & Rakza 7 soft backhand). Highly recommended.
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