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Butterfly Viscaria Detailed Review

Excellent Balance For Flexibility And Bounce

The Viscaria ALC blade combines Arylate fiber features of lightness, flexibility, and shock absorption with the Carbon fiber features of high elasticity and minimal dissipation of energy.

Viscaria's compact head size makes it ideal for quick re-looping right off the bounce.

Class: OFF
Style: Attack
Plies: 5W+2ALC
Thickness: 5.8mm
Made in: Japan

Head Size: 157x150mm
Flared Handle Size: 100x25mm

Weight: 87g
Reaction: 118
Vibration: 103

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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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Blade Weight Variations  - Actual blade weight may vary by up to 8g.

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Reviews of Butterfly Viscaria (110)

Unbelievable blade.

Loads of control and enough speed to win a point outright
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For me, Viscera is only a famous blade but not a nice blade for everyone. Overall, it is a balanced blade with fast and spinny. It suits really good for its backhand but not for forehand. The feeling of BH is really good. You can automatically block most of the ball really comfortable from your BH. However, its forehand is the main weakness. Really unclear hand feeling when you are playing with your forehand (except those old tags like O and P tags). If you want a more balanced/all rounded blade having the same BH with viscera, simply go for AZXi/ FZD and LGY alc
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The best blade ever made and wielded by mere humans and pros on earth throughout the ages it has ever existed... A somewhat speedy blade with great amount of control - as if this blade is made for those vicious topspins and many other sorts of shots, without any significant weakness to it. Mine weighs 87g, perfect speed level for me (I don't consider myself a strong-armed person) to drive and loop from all distances - best at close to middle range though. Pairing this with H3Neo/T80 (FH/BH) just like the legend ZJK, every shot is literally intuitive as if the blade IS the one moving my hand. Forehand loop, backhand block-driving with table flicks, have a huge % of landing. The only small peeve I have is the SMALL handle design, I'm using FL and I need to pinch the bottom part with my ring/pinky finger hard otherwise the blade might fly out of my hand lol
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A melhor madeira que ja usei na vida, um pouco mais pesada do que eu gostaria, mas incrivel em potencia e controle!
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I was comparing all the blades by its stiffness and I found something truly not accurate with this blade as I have DHS Hurricane Long 5 and Viscaria to compare, so I found that Long 5 supposedly is harder than Viscaria and that my friend is not true so thats why I need to make my review, to try to help the accuracy of this page because limba is way softer as an outer veneer than koto, and on second hand I find out is that is the stats it shows that Viscaria is rated as a blade with average flex/stiffness and in my case my Viscaria has some flex (if you drive balls you can tell it has some flex, a bit of time holding the ball) due to central ply being kiri that is a bit flexy, I can say that this blade is flexible when driving the ball and when it comes the time to loop kill the ball it becomes hard because you make vibrate the outer ply so much that you can tell by the feeling and the sound that the blade does (imho super sexy sound btw) also Hl5 is the other way opposite being a bit stiffer at driving the ball and more dwell time when applying more pressure to loop so becoming more flexible, I hope I made some justice to this two blades and hope I make myself understand, but more important I hope this will serve people that wants to buy this gem and needs some orientation on blades specs
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