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Combines the Arylate features of lightness, flexibility, and shock absorption (less vibration) with the Carbon features of high elasticity (springiness) and minimal dissipation of energy (energy not wasted, more power). Koto outer plies, Balsa center ply. VISCARIA's compact head size makes it ideal for quick re-looping right off the bounce.
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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.
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Reviews of Butterfly Viscaria (51)
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Based on a club coach recommendation, I got the 90g version. It's fast but very consistent.
To be honest, this is my first time using Butterfly ALC blade. I think the blade is fast and very suitable for topspin attack. When using it, I feel I can generate more power to my ball. Due to its hard chateristics, I need to hit the ball right off from the bounce to generate a good topspin. This blade good for driving, counter-topspin, blocking, and topspin stroke. If you like to loop from below the table like Xu Xin does, I won't recommend this blade because I don't feel any flexibility on this blade, unless you're using soft sponge rubber. I think Viscaria's koto outer veneer make this blade feel stiffer than any other carbon blade. I still prefer a carbon blade with limba to koto as an outer plies.
This blade is very easy to use. xiom omega v asia for forehand and tenergy 05 for backhand is very good combination. spin.. spin.. n spin...
Plies: koto 0.5mm - alc 0.25mm - limba 0.5mm - kiri 3.3mm.
awesome butterfly blade in Alc series,,very balancing speed & control,,,more controllable than TB & Zjk Alc,speed I think is not too much different withTB alc, but less than Zjk Alc,,overall is the answer for Spiner style,,great control,great speed & the very important this blade so easy to use..
86 gr, FH T05 - BH T64, Better than all blades i ever try.. at least until now, no need to add review, others reviewer said it all, it has "enough" everything you need, the blade simply Amazing.
Very special and good blade, BUT THE HANDLE......
Handle is only FL and too thick...
This has to be one of the most highly sought after blades ever. And it doesn't disappoint. Not with the right rubber anyway. I am a loop oriented player, preferring to return the service short and controlling the placement of loops thereafter till I can loop drive one down the line or cross court. Naturally,I started out using the highly recommended Tenergy 05 both sides, as I am very familiar with it. It played well with counter hitting and looping. The close to the net play left a lot to be desired. Against attack style players, I found my self popping up their short low spin serves, taking 2 steps back and attempting to counter attack or taking a ball to the gut. After a couple of practice sessions of that, I went back to using my old blade. Yet, I missed the feeling on hits and loops and the speed of smashes. I began doing some research on rubber that pairs well with Viscaria and decided to give DHS Skyline 3 Neo a try. After a couple of weeks, wearing down the extreme grip of the rubber, my problem was solved. No more issues with play at the net. I also gained spin and consistency on my serves. FH: Skyline 3 Neo BH: Tenergy 05 is perfect for me on this blade.
I used Gergely (Old logo) and Schlager Carbon Off+ before. I really want to improve my skills because Tamca 5000 carbon blades are really passive to use which game me less efforts in playing and more on winning the game by power drives. So decided to change my blade to Viscaria. the 1st month I used this blade, I really need to adjust my strokes and power because the speed and consistency of this blade depends on you. The feelings is really different because it has less catapult than Tamca 5000 carbon blades that will gave you an advantage to control the ball. When I use it in forehand loops it was great but when I use it in my backhand it was a monster. I put Tenergy 64 on my backhand and Hurricane 3 blue sponge on my forehand and it seals the deal! Take your time to study how to use this blade because for sure you will not look for any other blades after you get used to this blade. This is for keep! It makes me a better player.
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