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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If you lack power significantly in your game, you can play this blade. It will boost your shot quality and the large sweetspot enables you to hit the ball anywhere you like with precision and consistency. Any flicks are lethal with this blade and short touch is awesome too. However, there is a power limit to this blade and doesn't favor players with big stroke and strength.
Looping was amazing(using h3 blue sponge 41)against all types of spin but coming coming from a fang bo carbon it felt a bit slower but the shot quality increased a lot. Backhand blocks and flicks felt controlled and the blade had quite good dwell for a super zlc blade. The blades biggest strengths are counter attack mid to far away to the table, looping close to the table against backspin with ease and provided a nice feeling when serving. Heavy spin loops were with ease.
This is a fast, premium blade from Butterfly. If you want to win with fast blocks and punches then this blade is for you. Punish those slightly high balls. Banana flick any service with speed sending your opponent to various corners. Too broke to afford it? Don't worry. There are cheaper products that can do the trick: Butterfly Timo Boll ZLC or Xiom Hayabusa ZXi are good choices for this task also. Still too expensive? Then try Donic Persson Carbotec for $50. If it breaks you can buy 7 more of them for the price of 1 Zhang J.K. Super ZLC. So is it worth it? From a pure playing point of view: no. But if you like using the most successful brand in table tennis with an Olympic champion's name on your blade then yes. I played with this blade and I got nothing against it, but let's get real: control of an offensive blade is not above 9 by definition. Don't fool yourself. Unless you have the footwork and talent of Lin Yun-Ju this blade may not be for you.
The best blade i have tried. i use zjk Alc, Ma long x 5, xiom hugo calderano sal, but this one produce a really good feeling. the quality of the wood is unbelievable, and i produce a lot of spin. it s the gem of table tennis blades. The blade is also beautiful but the price is high. maybe the right price is 280 euros and they can sell more blade than now...i enjoy it. mine is 93 g but it feels like 87 or 88 because the quality of the wood