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Butterfly Petr Korbel

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Synonym for All-Wood 5-Ply Blade

If you want to develop a consistent offensive game, but are unsure which blade to use, you can't go wrong with the Limba outer plied Petr Korbel blade that can do it all.

Class: OFF
Style: Attack
Plies: 5W
Thickness: 5.9mm
Made in: Japan

Head Size: 158x152mm
Flared Handle Size: 100x24mm
Straight Handle Size: 100x23mm

Weight: 91g
Reaction: 106
Vibration: 82

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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 Petr Korbel (65)

Bought a second hand Japanese version, I use it now wit DHS Hurricane 3 neo provincial.
I like it actually.
I bought this bat as a back up for my Viscaria and Hadraw VK, but I like it actually better.
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It is like the Primorac but with a lot less vibrations and a sharper feeling. It got more power than the Primorac. Throw angle and spin feel pretty much the same as on the Primorac. Overall a great blade and a fitting upgrade for the Primorac.
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My favorite blade so far. Played with Jun Mizutani ZLC, Darker Imperial and Darker Speed 90. Jun Mizutani ZLC was two fast for me, it's amazing for loops especially far from table but too hard to control for me, it's not forgiving at all. I like the feel of Darker's 1-ply hinoki blades but they are too brittle, I accidentally broke two of them and then they were out of stock, so I started looking for a replacement that would have a good control and suite for looping. The main contender was Viscaria, I played with 3 different blades that people use in our club and all 3 of them were very different (with the same T05 rubber), only one was good to my taste. Then I borrowed spare Petr Korbel from my friend and I quickly realized that it would be a perfect choice for me. So I ordered one and don't regret it. It was hard to find an ST version of it. I should note that even though I usually play with ST Korbel flared handle seems to be better balanced in terms of handle/head weight. I play with T05 FH and T19 BH, best blade so far.
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Butterfly Korbel Japan ! an excellent base for fast and control universal play. The FL handle is very comfortable. The head size is slightly larger than most and can be heavy due to the heavy rubber - I played blade for 2 years with a Tenergy 05FX-2.1. The look of this blade is classic, not super fast but not slow either, this blade will be a good choice for a wide range of ALL+,off- players. Price 90 euro. For Tenergy users, 2.1mm thickness is a good choice. A very good choice for a versatile attacking style.
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Switching from a carbon base blade (Donic Waldner Senso) to the Korbel is the best thing I could have done to improve my game.
The blades offers bundles of control and great feedback in your hand. Great dwell time. But the speed is definitely there when you need it.
So the blade is incredibly versatile: easy to touch the ball close to the table but also capable of attacking far from the table if paired with the right rubbers. And did I mention it's one of the cheapest blades from Butterfly?
I think too many players are using blades that are way faster for their level: I think using a softer blade and hard rubbers is the way to go, especially with the plastic ball.
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