Butterfly Zhang Jike Super ZLC
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Blade Thickness: 5.6
FL Handle Size: 100x25mm
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Reviews of Butterfly Zhang Jike Super ZLC (29)
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Plies: koto 0.5mm - szlc 0.25mm - limba 0.5mm - kiri 3.1mm.
Guys, if you want to be a killer in speed, SPIN and control, use Rakza 9 both sides voila it is a monster. I have been trying tenergies but not as effective like Rakza 9. When I accidentally try My old Rakza 9 ...Wow perfect!!!!! Try it guys! update: changed the rubbers with tenergy 64 fh and tenergy 05fx or 05 much better.
Bought this blade along with JMSZLC directly from Butterfly. Compares to JMSZLC, the ZJKSZLC is slower, same spin, lower throw(med), slightly better control & more forgiving. little more dwell despite harder surface wood. The anatomic grip is wider than the JMSZLC and is perfect. Blade weighs 91.4g measured @5.6mm. I should have waited for the lighter blade but I wanted to get both blades at the same time. I have Fast Arc S1 max on FH & Razka Soft max on BH. Speed=9.3. Control=9.5. Spin=9.5. Feel=good, Flick=very easy. Flex=med+ firm. Hardness= med. Smash/Flat Hit/Punch/Drive=Excellent without too much vibration. Short/mid/Long Game=Very good. Push/chop=very good. Balance=good. AN grip=nice & wide. Dwell=good. Throw=med. Serve=ex. Sweetspot=huge. Overall=9.6
I am a beginner who s been practicing 5 days/ week for more than a year. I ve also taken private training with a certified coach. I just received my ZJK SZLC yesterday and played with it for 3 hours. Compared with my old blade Butterfly Photino ( both blades paired withTenergy 05-FX) I feel improvement a little in speed. The ZJK SZLC, however, gives me a huge improvement in control. Honestly, I was worried that my level could not adapt with this fast blade, but it turns out I am very happy with my purchase. I aggree with some reviews about the " sweet spot". Even the ball hits close to the rim of the paddle, it still returns with a surprised level of stability. I feel like I just stepped in a higher level with this beautiful blade. For the beginners like me, the ZJK super ZLC is realy worth your money
Beautiful blade. Too powerful/Hard to control. For collector. If you have a deep pocket then take this baby home. Very very nice. I like it.
This blade was pretty mediocre on the price value. I used it with Tenergy 05 on both sides, and although the contact was crisp, the blade was light, and in smashing the blade provided no feel, and when ever I wanted to do a speed drive, the blade did not come through at all. I changed back to my Timo Boll ZLC with Tenergy 64 on the forehand and Tenergy 05 on the backhand, and I immediately felt the ball hit more crisply, and the blocks and smashes were more accurate. I could also hit drives with more speed. I would not recommend the Zhang Jike Super ZLC. I myself really like the Timo Boll ZLC.
Hello! This is my review of the Butterfly Zhang Jike Super ZLC.
So first, here is a few generalities.
BH- Butterfly Spin Art 1.9
FH- Butterfly Spin Art 2.1
Straight with a grip
88g - very evenly distributed, even with rubbers
Throw Angle (the angle in which the ball propels):
Somewhat low, but not as low as what others have said.
-Sweet spot (SO AWESOME)
-Control (but that also depends on your rubber)
-The ZLC layer is very noticeable compared to paddles that are all wood
-The box and blade are sexy
I think the price is definitely a con, but if you have the money and you are looking for the highest quality paddle for an offensive player, then it is worth the money.
My personal review:
I love this blade. I will not be getting rid of this Butterfly Zhang Jike Super ZLC blade any time soon, and look forward to using it with different rubber combinations.
Immediately upon practicing with it for the first time, I could feel how it had a hard blade but extremely soft composition that gave it more power. Compared to things such as the Andro Temper Tech or other all wood blades, the ZLC had more control and power at the spin time. In addition to the soft composition and high spin/power rubber I used, the sweet spot of the paddle was INSANE, and added FURTHER control and power! In addition, the blade's weight contributed to the power of the paddle. The reason I am not worried about the power is because the throw angle with my high spin rubber resulted in a powerful blade, with lots of spin, that consistently landed where I wanted it to (even more so than my all wood blades).
To be completely honest, I didn't know how I felt about it for the first 30 minutes. I had to change my stroke and and stances so I could hit it properly consistently, but once I did, I realized the combination of any rubber with this blade could potentially result in a beast of a blade. Although I would categorize this blade as OFF+ instead of OFF because it is just THAT powerful, but I think it is also well suited for modern defensive players, as well as those who are gentle OFF (not to be mistaken with OFF-) or OFF/OFF+. I believe that this blade could also fit all around players if they use rubbers that focus on control. Really, this blade is a jack of all trades.
The price is really, really high. Was it worth the price? Yes, but I don't think charging $400-600 for this paddle (depending on when, what type, rubbers, etc) is fair.
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