Butterfly Zhang Jike T5000
Help us keep the best prices! Report a lower price.
Free US Shipping
A model with TAMCA 5000 which is good for explosive power when attacking; the enchantment is not only the power in attack but also the ease of use brought by the notably thin blade.
Blade Thickness: 5.5
FL Handle Size: 100x25mm
Customers who purchased Butterfly Zhang Jike T5000 also purchased:
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.
Blade FAQ and Guide - what you need to know when buying a blade.
Compare Blades - blade rating comparison chart.
Blade Weight Variations - Actual blade weight may vary by up to 8g.Blade Sealing/Varnish You may add blade sealing for this blade. Sealing prevents wood splintering.
Best Price Guarantee We guarantee to have the lowest prices (shipping included) in the US. Please tell us if you find a lower price.
Reviews of Butterfly Zhang Jike T5000 (4)
Add a Review for Butterfly Zhang Jike T5000.
First of all im sorry for the spelling mistakes. When i just bought this blade it felt very fast but after some trainings i had a very nice control. I play with t05 on bout sides and im thinking to switch my fh to tibhar Evolution fx-p. So this blade is very fast and in the same time has a good control. The sweat spot in this blade is not the biggest but it is ok.the loops whit it are very good far from the table.this blade is very good with a soft rubber because it is very stif.i hoop i helped and i would really appreciate if some one will review this blade whit the evolution fx-p rubber
Zhang Jike t5000 is a good replacement for my Sardius. A bit slower in terms of ball rebounce. What I like about this blade are:
1. Very good control.
2. Great ball dwell time.
3. Good for blocking.
4. Good for short game and touch play.
5. Fast blade with a low throw angle.
6. Very good for drive and smashing.
7. Good for close, mid, and far away from the table.
Current blade set-up fh/bh T05.
Coming from an Amultart, I immediately noticed the feel of this blade. It is very crisp with very good feedback from the ball.
In spite of its speed, the control is surprisingly very good. It isn't too bouncy in the short game and in control shots, but rips the ball out in attacking shots. Power loops, counters, drives and smashes are all fantastic. Blocking is a breeze, as if the blade is in auto mode. :)
I immediately adjusted to the blade, with just a couple of hits. This is because of the amount of control the blade has. Just minutes after the transition, my strokes became more consistent and my confidence in performing all types of shots escalated very quickly.
Comparing this to the ZJK ALC, I can say that this has more feel and power. Dwell time feels about the same.
This is my first review after quite a while of referencing from this site. The ZJK T5000 made me want to write about it since I am wondering why only one review was done about such an amazing blade.
For reference, I use Tenergy 05-FX on FH and Andro Rasant Power Grip on BH - with a little bit of twiddling through matches depending on what I need with the competiton.
Table Tennis Blades