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The details about structure is well known, so in few words - Revoldia CNF is an amazing blade!
Handle is not too thin, the topsheet is huge (D09c and D05), with great feeling close to the table, but also in every position far or in the mid-distance play. Serve, block and drive are fine, topspin is lower, with the "tones of spin" and the best precision, though every shoot depends a lot on athleticism...
So just enjoy playing and using RVD CNF!
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yeah Radek famous polish EJ Master from Lodz told me about pawel brzecol that he is not reliable source, don't listen guys like him. Best blade EVER
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special blade, I saw review of angry guy here, but his words are not worth to response, if you never destroy your blade, there is big value in good touch
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everyone who really wants butterfly blade, add bad review just to have good price on 2nd hand, that is normal gimmick.
Revoldia with angel heaven dust is perfect choice for businessman who wants use expensive blade because he gets money, if you are poor this blade is not for you because it gives you more safety, more feeling and pleasure that you dont deserve it so buy some Chinese stuff and say to people that is better than butterfly
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Great blade. Notch faster than Innerforce Layer ALC and at the same time notch slower than Viscaria. Good handle, maybe smaller than should be but I am RICH and I can burn in the fireplace, erryday, so handle is not as oval as Viscaria but still comfy for a small hands. Blade is the best balanced like never ever should be. Goes best with Dignics 05 and Tenergy Hard. Quite good match will above mentioned. What really impressed me with this blade is great flying chopping balls and stability in passive and touch play. My personal weapon of choice so far was New Impuls 7.0. Great soft blade with great control, but sometimes hard to win in 5th division with amateurs. The moment where core 'kicked in' was sometimes hard to feel. That is why some blocks, some harder chops sometimes landed on table and sometimes went long. Despite the fact I was pretty sure to play same way. With New Impuls 7.0 construction you get really good short game on the table but when you try to play faster you can be surprised with outcome. I wasn't really sure if my shot went long cause of my mistake or core kick in. With Revoldia blade that is not the case. Overall blade is slightly faster than New Impuls 7.0 but passive strokes, chops, block are dream to play. With D05 on FH side and Dignics 09c on BH with my current training partners I achieved much stable game, less mistakes, good blocks and great attack with nice spin also. One of my mates told me that now it is almost impossible to overpower me, to finish me on the table. All shots are coming back even if sometimes you are not right on time or contact is not clear. I don't change equipment often but this blade is really worth it. Great achievement by Butterfly Price is on high side but very often those are with quite high sales off so it is possible to get one for around 420 EUR. Craftsmanship is great
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Had a hit with blade for few days. Overall nothing special. One of worst blades Butterfly has released recently. Has strange muted feeling, really akward on BH side. Seems slower than Butterfly rating, but from the other hand has that strange catapult that comes from nowhere. Short game is ok-ish. FH drills are more or less ok. BH needs you to really close the racket and have a lot of forward motion. Otherwise it goes long. Overall nothing really special (Innerforce Layer series is much better, especially ALC). If you also take price into consideration - really worthless. I agree with one of previous users - no resell value at all.
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big resell value, only 5000 made
perfect touch and spin game, you can feel the ball on every shot like every shot is worth your money and time and please don't believe in guys like brzecol, he has the worst reviews here, he is not reliable source
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An OK blade that surely doesn't worth the price. No resell value at all.
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(Used this blade with nittaku C1 Max sponge on both sides) This is probably one of the most unique blades I have ever used because of how incredible its feeling and power is. It's great if you are someone who wants to transition from all wood to carbon but are afraid that the carbon might be a little too fast. My previous blade was a kenta matsudaira alc blade (essentially the same as a timo boll alc but with a smaller handle) and it feels that this blade is a tad slower but has much more control and really increased my confidence because of how good the feeling is. In the short game it has amazing feel like an all wood blade and it is very easy to do flicks and open ups right off the serve. Although it has a lot of characteristics of an all wood blade, where it sets itself apart from them is when you start going away from the table. There is still that carbon feel where you can back away and still have enough power and speed to win the point unlike some wood blades where you can only get so much speed out of it. The sweet spot is relatively large and it has a lot of dwell so you'll feel the ball stay on your blade longer than most other butterfly carbon blades. The only drawback I can think of this blade is the steep price but if you have the money and want to try something new I would strongly recommend this blade.
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CNF is softer than the SZLCs and faster than the Viscaria/ALC/TB Spirit. Very nice hold on the ball for spinning and some chopping. Quite manageable with long pips at the table. Loops are not as powerful as when using a SZLC, have a higher arc but a very snappy down hook after the bounce. Using it as a nice alternative to my primary racket for when I want to play with more control while giving up on some of the speed. Serves are very short and deceptive.
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