Butterfly Maze Advance
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Lightweight & Easy-To-Use, All-Wood Model A renewal of the popular "Maze Performance". It is recommended for athletes who prefer a medium speed, lightweight, all-wood racket. It is easy to handle and has a good balance of offense and defense. Style: Attack Head Size: 157 x 150mm Weight: 82g
Ply: 5 plywood
Head Thickness: 6.7mm
FL Handle Size: 100 x 24 x 34 mm
Lightweight & Easy-To-Use, All-Wood Model
A renewal of the popular "Maze Performance". It is recommended for athletes who prefer a medium speed, lightweight, all-wood racket. It is easy to handle and has a good balance of offense and defense.
Head Size: 157 x 150mm
FAQ: Does Megaspin sell Japan-made Butterfly blades?
Some Butterfly blades like Korbel and Grubba are produced in factories both in Europe and in Japan, so they exist in 2 variants. When a Japanese blade has a Europe-made version, we always carry the Japanese variant. Other blades like Butterfly Timo Boll Offensive are only made in China so we cannot carry a Japanese variant of these blades.
FAQ: Do Butterfly blades come pre-sealed?
All Butterfly blades come pre-sealed from the factory. There is no need to add blade sealing but you may if you require additional protection.
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Reviews of Butterfly Maze Advance (2)
- I do wish it was more crispy feeling to begin with, but obviously if you kill shot or flick or hit through the core, the crispyness is satisfying enough from that lol. Just keep spamming flick very easy to do , and very automatic
- With a lighter blade means less dense materials so each layer is light and soft and airy , no power (when player generates power) essentially, this is a fast (in terms of speed) offensive blade but compared to more dense materials, it is much slower. To get a fast shot in, you have to have good technique, Ik alot of people say you have to have good technique, but in this case it's not asking you to be ma long or any 2000+ usatt rated player, simply having the foundational footwork, hip and arm stroke is more than enough to send it flying, paired with dignics or tenergy this blade is a monster... but I wouldn't recommend tenergy unless it's 05 hard even then it's risky because it will be too fast of a set up given the speed from the blade and the speed of the rubber basically wont require power generated from player which is a bad thing imo
- last con, the blade offers alot of speed, this takes time to get used to for short play, your shots might go long by accident (especially coming from a more heavy set up) until you figure out how much arm/wrist stroke/energy to use your shots will not land how you want it to in the beginning, the thicker core makes this blade feel much speedier/faster than the korbel, but because the korbel offers a more dense core/materials kill shots on korbel are much faster from what I noticed.
Overall, if you are beginner/amateur/intermediate starting out, coming back, looking to switch from heavy to light set up, looking for a more controlled and less speed set up (carbon too speedy? no control? consider this Maze Advance blade !), this very well balanced blade should be a consideration !
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