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Butterfly Ranseur


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Rated 2.3/5

Long spear generally topped with two or more points. Highly effective weapon whether used for attacking or defending.

FCT: (Foam Core Technology): Foam Core Technology removes weight form the handle, pushing the balance forward to the racket head, thus enlarging the sweet spot and adding more power to every stroke.

Wood Type: Akazie
Play: 5W
Weight: 163gm
Head Height: 151
Style: Flared/Straight
Handle Length 104mm
Handle Thickness: 22mm
Surface: Inverted
Sponge: 1.8mm Morim
Speed: 80
Spin: 70
Control: 80


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Ordering Information

FAQ: Can I replace the rubber sheets in the future?
This racket is assembled from the factory with strong glue and you can play with it right out of the box. Removing the rubber sheets to attach new ones is difficult and is not recommended. If you would like to order a racket with replaceable rubber sheets, please check out the Allround Pro Combos.

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Reviews of Butterfly Ranseur (2)

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Review by calwong on June 8, 2013
This would only be good coming from entry-level bats. The reason i got this is because i needed a substitute for my old bat (one of the plies broke off). After a little less than a month, it has failed to be a suitable substitute. The main reason why is the sponge's lack of power (not hard enough). Although one can agrue that a soft sponge generates more spin, the rubber also quickly wears out (~12hrs playing tine) and any tackiness is lost. In all fairness, though, it felt very light and balanced, coming from a heavy power bat. The bottom line is, this bat is overpriced.
My advice? Try spending around $50 (if you have the coin) for a decent bat. One last word of advice: Chinese brands, such as 729, tend to have great value and quality.

Review by plogba on March 15, 2011
I have this racket and have been using it for a while. I enjoy the power but I don't get as much spin as I would like. I'm an all around player and this works pretty well for me. It's a really good racket to learn on before you get a more professional one.


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