Butterfly Amultart ZLC
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The Amultart ZL Carbon is a hybrid of Butterfly’s industry leading Carbon Technology with our new ZL fiber. The resulting blade has great speed, but holds the ball a little longer than the normal carbon fiber making the production of heavy topspin easier.
The ZL Carbon is an uncompromising blade for the high speed of the modern game.
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Reviews of Butterfly Amultart ZLC (39)
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Plies: hinoki 1.2mm - zlc 0.25mm - kiri 4.2mm.
This is the best among the best blades I have used like sardius, TB alc, viscaria, Bty liu shiwen, rosewood nct v, and xiom vega tour but I am always turn back to my Amultart! thanks Butterfly..
Highly recommended for intermediate and pros that wants a stiff blade with outstanding feeling, dwell and control while maintaining HIGH SPEED. Excelent speed+control in rallies. The Hinoki wood which gives the feeling of balance and ball control * Accurate even short game on table * Amazing active backhand block with tenergy 64 *, M2 and P7, Very powerful forehand topspin with Raxza 9. Love this blade. Its a perfect combination for agressive and tactical play.
Highly recommend for everyone that wants a stiff blade with outstanding feeling, dwell and control while maintaining “HIGH SPEED”. Excelent speed+control in rallies * Accurate even short game on table * Amazing active backhand block with tenergy 64 *, M2 and P7, Very powerful forehand topspin with Raxza 9.
Exelent blade. I'm back to serious training after a long brake of 20 years. I never had the opportunity to played with expensives and well made rackets before but now there is so much available rackets in the market that makes easy what it seem almos impossible years ago. I spent time reading and reviewing the extensive new and amazing blades in the market and the Amultar got my attention. I had owned and practicing with it for two weeks and I'm amazed how easy and comfortable I feel returning the ball. Yes I agree with previous reviews this racket is super fast but controllable. If you have the basic knowledge of how to play table tennis the correct way. You will be extremely satisfied with it. Definitely I don't recommend this racket to beginners.
Replaced it with my BTF Primorac blade for more speedy looping and mashing. Definitely a fast/controllable blade for advanced players. This is my 3 rd day to play with it. I put the Adidas P7 on both BH/FH to give more control and best spin serving.... Love it ... The forehand and backhand loops are tremendously fast :) as well as mashing when needed !
This blade sure FAST , for me REALLY FAST. to better control i put soft rubber , i put donic blue fire M3 on FL , and stiga calibra Tour S in BH , I definitely love this blade !
surprisingly with this speed it has a decent control. I had tenergy 05 and tenergy 80 on FH and BH. No doubt this is for advanced players
A great blade. The same handsome Japanese manufactoring. Fantastic feeling, amazing on the block and smashing, hard looping. I'm tryng with Tnrgy 05 fh and 25 bh. Wow!
I am comparing this blade to the Kreanga Carbon, Yasaka Synergy, and several intro level paddles I've owned in the past. This is definitely my favorite. I have used it with bryce rubber, bryce fx, and cermet rubber in the past and it's been good but right now I'm using it with Sriver G3 FX on FH and Sriver FX on backhand. With this I'm able to hit very consistently with a bit better feel as compared to the Kreanga Carbon. It is also lighter than the KC but does not get the vibration issues that my Yasaka Synergy or cheaper paddles had. I am approx 1250-1300 rated and I hope to eventually have a solid loop with this. Right now my primarily block, counter-drive, and push based game is very easy to execute with this blade. If you're careful with your paddles then I'd highly recommend putting the money down on a nice paddle. I feel like I've gotten more value out of the rubber that I would have been purchasing anyways.
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