Butterfly Mizutani Jun Super ZLC
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Mizutani Jun Super ZLC blade is named after the Japanese great, Mizutani Jun.
Super ZL Carbon has gone beyond the present fibrous materials and stepped forward into the new territory. The remarkable reaction and control provided by the expanded high-reaction area has taken the blade to the next stage. Super ZL-Carbon is an evolved new material Butterfly introduces to the world with confidence.
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Reviews of Butterfly Mizutani Jun Super ZLC (13)
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Bought this blade along with ZJKSZLC(my mom's new blade). Compares to ZJKSZLC, the JMSZLC is faster, same spin, higher throw, slightly less control & less forgiving. Asked for a lighter blade which weighs 88.2g measured @5.7mm. I own several OFF+ blades including Primorac Carbon, Dynamix17 & Strato & this one is my fastest & perhaps the spinniest also the most high throw OFF+ blade. As a result, JMSZLC is not for the beginners as it's not a forgiving blade. one must pair up with proper rubbers and have good skills/techniques to be able to handle this beast. But once you master it, you will feel like Fan Zhengdong! After more than a month of frequent playing, I am used to the speed and high throw so I put the Fast Arc S1 max(2.0) back on FH & Razka 7 (2.0) on the BH. These rubbers are very lightweight and very good, and together they make a super blade! It's super fast, spinny but very precise. With the right technique, his blade can do all the tricks: short, long, loops, flicks, smashes, punch, push, touch etc...My level definitely is going up and I am starting to beat several players which I wasn't able to beat before.
Speed=9.8. Control=9. Spin=9.5(spinny on harder rubbers but vice versa). Feel=good, Flick=very easy. Flex=med+ firm. Hardness= med+. Smash/Flat Hit/Punch/Drive=Excellent without too much vibration. Short/mid/Long Game=Very good. Push/chop=good. Balance=good. AN grip=nice shape but smaller. perfect with grip tape. Dwell=avg+. Throw=high(needs lower throw rubber). Serve=exc. Sweetspot=huge. Overall=9.7
I have upgraded from normal Mizutani Jun to this Mizutani Jun Super ZLC recently and noticed a few things about the MJ Super ZLC, not sure if its the rubber or the blade as I have upgraded (not sure if its the right word, lets say I changed) rubber from MX-S and Rasanter V47 to Tenergy 80 and Bryce High Speed. The handle (FL) of the blade on the normal MJ seems to fit the human hand a lot better while the MJ SZLC seems to make your hand switch (gripping) position quite a lot from backhand to forehand and vice versa - it feels like there is something in the way and will need some sanding? Therefore I tried to play the bat on the supposed wrong side, seemed a little bit better and felt more a lot more at ease for my hand, however the hit point and the weight distribution changed due to that and where you should hit on the bat changed too .... It didnt quite work out at the end, I believe I just have to live with the fact that it feels relatively uncomfortable doing FH on this bat and there is something poking your hand. The other thing compare to the old Jun it has a lot less control, you can never put the ball where you want and the one reason that explains this is that this is so fast, its ridiculous how fast it is (again, not sure if its the blade or the rubbers). If I ever managed to get an attacking shot not hit the net or fly out, it sneaks through opponent like lighting, the ball is gone before they even reacted (I am not a heavy hitter, I just do the action right and let the ball flies at natural generated speed). If I actually hit hard, you actually think the ball time traveled. Its a good blade after all, but just not sure if it is because MJ is left handed and thats why the whole thing feels weird?
Blade is fast. You need to be in good position and coorectly stoke the ball or the ball will most likely not hit the table. 2000 rating and above. I am not quite there yet. Dwellier than the Zhang Jike Super ZlC which seems a bit harder.
I used this blade with different rubbers such as Calibra LT, AIROC and lately Tenergy 05fx on both sides. Although I like the grip alot but the racket is heavy and I feel so tied up playing with it. I got back to my Timo Boll ZLC racket and it feels alot lighter, I do everything with it, nothing I can't do although it's a lot cheaper than this one.
Very nice blade from butterfly although overpriced, Great craftsmanship and quality (edges did not needed any sanding) and comes to a premium box. Tested with 05 forehand and 80 / 05fx backhand. For me this blade has it all great trajectory amazing dwell time and spin , great feeling no vibrations and huge sweet spot. But for my likes its way too fast although i changed from t80 to 05fx and even 1.9 at some point , u still need very good technique to master its power on spin spin situations or short play. Would suggest slow rubbers , having said that ,still this blade has great control for such speed.
the same POWER to zhan jike super zlc, high caliber and quality, but they are very expensive type! ...
This is the fastest blade I've used for an extended period of time. I'm using Adidas 10-Zone Ultra & P7 (bought a bunch of sheets). The blade has a HUGE sweet spot, and is well made. I love serving with it, because the extra speed allows me to just graze the ball, and put lots of spin on the ball. The blade allows very accurate placement of my loops & counter drives (side to side). The extra speed gives me less depth margin for error than with my DHS HH3. The power helps much when playing off the table. I found myself frequently flipping the blade and using the slower P7 on my forehand, which improved consistency. At my present skill level (rusty former 1840 player), I'm probably better off with the slower HH3.
Yesterday I had an opportunity to try, this awsome blade:
Jun Mizutani Super ZLC Anatomic, FH: T05, BH: T80
The blade is a good example of fine craftmanship, well for that price it better be. Nice finish on the blade, the composite material has a really nice texture, colours and the pattern are stilysh. The blade is a bit small, just like the chinese player themed Butterfly blades (LSW, ZJK). The handle is short and thin, but it is comfortable.
Since the other two reviews are accurate and detailed, I will share some additional info. The blade has a very nice feel and a sort of linear soft kick to the ball. Nowdays the TB ALC, TB Spirit and other ALC blades are very popular, but ALC dampens or numbs resonance of the blade much. Zylon is a type of kevlar derivative so is arylate too. Carbon has a qute rigid feel and a harsh resonance when applied to a blade, but it is a undenyable what benefits it has. But this setup Super ZLC is actually perfect, it has the same feeling as a kevlar-karbon composite blade, but way more softer feel. This can be also descibed similar to the Liu Shiwen and IF ZLC but with a bit more stiffer feel and tempo. Overall the blade is a OFF type blade with a nice ALL+/OFF- touch. The setup works really well with the Tenergy rubbers (as intended from the manufacturer) way better, than any other setups I tried so far.
Best blade ever. It's pricey but worth it. Great combination between control and loop. Zhang Jike SZLC is faster but the Mizutani provides better control. SZLC material enlarge the sweet spot over the regular version zlc such as innerforce ZLC. If money is not the problem, go get one of Mizutani.
I received my Mizutani Jun super ZLC in mid July and played it til now. I used T80 and T05 on the forehand in the last 2 month to fine tune the forehand. And defensive pips for chopping on the back hand. It can be said to be a much harder blade than the normal Mizutani ZLC and also much faster! (Which I've used for 6 months last year, I still use it interchangeably now with the super ZLC) . It is faster though less control and has a lower arc. Better for close table flat offense and far table denfence with counter attack. Lacks ability to make good counter attack in medium table due to the low arc, some times the ball just dies into the net in mid table loop to loop. Very easily played in close table as it resists hard spin loops easily and can occasionally smash soft spin loops. These issues can be solved by using hurricane or T05 on the forehand , but then the close table ability drops.
So for me i think with 80, it is good for close and far table and with 05 it is good for mid and close table. With the blade already possessing the power for far table play, I think with the use of T05 along with correct strokes, the blade can be used as an allround weapon like the Nittaku Acoustic carbon . I finally concluded this blade requires alot of skill to play as it has less control than the original Jun Mizutani but it possesses more power and usability in top spin rallies far from the table when the blade is wielded by a capable player. Definitely not a beginner's blade choice due to the speed and the slight lower control. 10/10 for advanced players but maybe a solid 7-8/10 for beginners or developing players.
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