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Butterfly Timo Boll ZLF - Chinese Penhold

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See also:
Butterfly Timo Boll ZLF - shakehand style.

High Performance Model With ZL-Fiber

• Timo Boll ZLF chinese penhold blade features the use of Butterfly's ZL fiber.
• ZL fiber is harder, more flexible and lighter in weight than carbon fiber.
• This results in a light weight blade which can produce a maximum amount of topspin with maximum control.
• The perfect blade for the all-round looping style.
• Timo Boll Blade Series

Style: Quick Attack
Penhold handle type: Chinese
Plies: 5W+2ZLF
Thickness: 5.4mm
Made in: Japan

Head Size: 157x150mm
Handle Size: 82x24mm
Weight: 81g
Reaction: 105
Vibration: 94

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 Timo Boll ZLF - Chinese Penhold (32)

My level is around 1500 TTR (around 1800 USATT). I can compare this blade with a standard 5 ply wood and Timo Boll ALC. My TB ZLF is 86 gramm, 1400 hz. I am playing with 2x Vega Pro (2.0mm). It is not head heavy at all, and well balanced. Comparing the TB ZLF to TB ALC, the ZLF is much for forgiving. Biggest difference you can feel is that there is alot more dwell time on the ZLF, and more vibrations. You can feel the ball more, and even if you are not perfectly in position and your stroke wasnt clean, the ball still has a high chance to go on the table. At the same time, short game and loops with the ZLF are easy to do and confidence inducing. Comparing the ZLF to a 5ply wood: With 5 ply, loops are automatic, and it works well if you dig into the ball or go for thin brush contacts. For me, on the ZLF, it took some time to adjust with loops because digging into the ball gave me a lot more quality on spin and speed. With thin contact, opening up on backspin was difficult and the quality was lower. Adjusting to this was no problem though, took 2 training sessions. Away from the table, the ZLF felt alot better than 5ply wood. Just more power but same full confidence. Short game was easy with both, smashing was better with the ZLF for me. Flicking was way easier with 5 ply than with the ZLF at first . Once I opened my racket angle more, I was able to produce nice trajectories on the ZLF also. On blocking, it felt a little bit like the ZLF had some extra catapult, so at first everything went out. After some adjustment however, blocking is super easy and comfortable, passive and active blocks that is. To summarize, if you are currently using a 5ply wood, sticking to it is just fine. TB ZLF however can be an upgrade if you want to try something new. For me, the ZLF is my new blade. It offers me the same safety a 5ply wood has, but the shoot feeling is much more crisp. This crispness that is offered makes table tennis more fun than with a 5ply for me personally.
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i have two of them .... one recent serial 2022 with 81 grams and one serial N no dot no bty logo 82 grams sound like an old wood very pleasant ...... i must say it have so much dwell time like no other ..........made for technical players for topspin not for hiters because is not so fast ====== viscaria > long 5 > TB zlf ..... amazing pleasure to play tennis table best setup with tgy 05 hard . ( with this setup you can attack often the first ball of oponent ) . for pleasure nr 1 TB zlf nr 2 Dhs Long 5 nr 3 Viscaria and you have all .... zylon ... innerforce alc ...... alc
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I love this blade. Control, speed and rotation are excellent, we can play all the strokes of table tennis with a huge feeling of control. And all with good feedback and very good speed when we play hard on the ball. Mine is 84 grams, this wood is light and is often between 80 and 85 grams. In terms of speed, it is faster than the primorac or the korbel but has better control of timo boll ALC or Viscaria. This wood can be used as a stepping stone between a 7 ply wood and a carbon wood
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with this blade you can do everything, I tried over fifty blades but the control here is amazing
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This blade is good for all kinds of strokes but it does better in looping. It can launch the ball creating beautiful arcs and then, the sudden dive/drop of the ball for a bounce with a strong topspin kick. It plays very good with medium-hard to hard inverted rubbers. My current set-up: TB ZLF, f/h: Rakza Z 2.0, b/h: Rakza X 2.0
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