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Butterfly Revoldia CNF

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The Butterfly Revoldia CNF represents a new technology with regards to blade construction. Unlike classic carbon fibers, ALC fibers, TAMCA fibers, or ZLC fibers, this new fiber brings a new standard with regards to blade design and performance. This new technology is called Cellulose NanoFiber, hence the CNF abbreviation. Cellulose Nanofiber is derived fiber from wood pulp. This pulp has been micro-refined to the nano level of several hundredths of microns and smaller. The new special material has the characteristics of wood, with the same technology that has been used for carbon and other materials.

What makes this blade stand out is its ability to act like a carbon blade on attack shots a d the soft touch of wood on soft and medium efforts shots. This is because the inter-woven wood pulp of the Cellulose Nanofiber increases how the wood functions at ball contact. The combination of 5 wood plies, and 2 nanofiber plies create low vibration and high reaction. This ensures that there is great feel as well as a high rebound when the ball is struck.

The recommendation rubbers line for this blade is the Tenergy's. The Tenergy 05 is the rubber that has the highest arc, and the short travel path on the table. The Tenergy 80 is has the second highest arc, with the ball landing mid-distance on the table. The Tenergy 64 has the low trajectory, but has the longest travel path landing closest to the end of the table. If you are looking for more feel and a lightly deeper ball travel on the table, then the FX version of these rubber will work effectively. To add more grip to this blade you can get the Soft Grip Tape. It provides grip and comfort to the racket handle. Another great choice for racket care is adding side tape to the blade. It can protect the wood in the event it is hit on the edge or on top of the table.

Class: OFF
Ply: 5W+2CNF
Blade Thickness: 5.7mm
Made in Japan

Blade Size: 157x150mm
FL Handle Size: 100x24mm

Weight: 90g
Reaction: 117
Vibration: 95

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.

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Reviews of Butterfly Revoldia CNF (5)

Had a hit with blade for few days. Overall nothing special. One of worst blades Butterfly has released recently. Has strange muted feeling, really akward on BH side. Seems slower than Butterfly rating, but from the other hand has that strange catapult that comes from nowhere. Short game is ok-ish. FH drills are more or less ok. BH needs you to really close the racket and have a lot of forward motion. Otherwise it goes long. Overall nothing really special (Innerforce Layer series is much better, especially ALC). If you also take price into consideration - really worthless. I agree with one of previous users - no resell value at all.
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big resell value, only 5000 made
perfect touch and ideal for short pips like impartial
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An OK blade that surely doesn't worth the price. No resell value at all.
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(Used this blade with nittaku C1 Max sponge on both sides) This is probably one of the most unique blades I have ever used because of how incredible its feeling and power is. It's great if you are someone who wants to transition from all wood to carbon but are afraid that the carbon might be a little too fast. My previous blade was a kenta matsudaira alc blade (essentially the same as a timo boll alc but with a smaller handle) and it feels that this blade is a tad slower but has much more control and really increased my confidence because of how good the feeling is. In the short game it has amazing feel like an all wood blade and it is very easy to do flicks and open ups right off the serve. Although it has a lot of characteristics of an all wood blade, where it sets itself apart from them is when you start going away from the table. There is still that carbon feel where you can back away and still have enough power and speed to win the point unlike some wood blades where you can only get so much speed out of it. The sweet spot is relatively large and it has a lot of dwell so you'll feel the ball stay on your blade longer than most other butterfly carbon blades. The only drawback I can think of this blade is the steep price but if you have the money and want to try something new I would strongly recommend this blade.
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CNF is softer than the SZLCs and faster than the Viscaria/ALC/TB Spirit. Very nice hold on the ball for spinning and some chopping. Quite manageable with long pips at the table. Loops are not as powerful as when using a SZLC, have a higher arc but a very snappy down hook after the bounce. Using it as a nice alternative to my primary racket for when I want to play with more control while giving up on some of the speed. Serves are very short and deceptive.
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