great blade with hard rubbers mxp is flashing
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Excelente madero para principiantes, al emparejar con Andro Rasanter R47 en el FH Y R50 para el BH encontr la combinacin perfecta para mejorar en mis golpes, aunque quizs le falta un poco de capacidad para producir efecto, aunque para principiantes con nivel alto es una buena y econmica opcin. Recomiendo tambin emparejar con Rozena en ambos lados, aunque en este caso pierde control
Just got this blade with T05fx 2.15 on backhand and Hurricane 3 Neo 2.15 on forehand. Feels awesome. I was using a Sanwei carbon blade that was too fast, off++ with regular T05 on backhand and H3Neo on forehand. This SK carbon blade i'd rate as between off and off+. The T05fx on backhand feels less bouncy than regular T05. Awesome for blocking, pushing, flicks, everything if I can get on top of the ball off the bounce. I also like the thinness of this blade and the weight is only around 80 grams...light. The carbon layer in this blade feels like most others except i feel like it makes a little bit different sound than others i've tried, but i like it. Just gotta test out Dignics 05 now but i think I may have found my favorite backhnad rubber in T05fx. Thanks Megaspin for nice assembly and quick shipping up here to Canada in under a week.
I agree with other reviewers that this blade is light and thin but does not agree about the control. This think blade can take a strong force and very good control on blocking back. Also very good on looping and generating spin if you are using the correct rubbers.
First it is very thin and this feels weird. Second the straight handle is very short and thin. Third, it does not have any control, it is slow and inconsistent. Butterfly usually makes high quality blades but this one really frustrated me.
This is a really great blade that works very well with Tenergy 05 and 64 and the new poly ball. I have tried many expensive blades and this one really stands out. I wanted to write his review because I suspect Butterfly's description of this as an "easy to use carbon blade" will put a lot of people off because it makes it sound like a beginners blade or not suitable for advanced play. However, this blade is definitely good for advanced players. Because it's not super fast like most carbon blades it produces an extreme amount of spin giving strong ball curve which in turn allows you to hit harder and keep control. It is a very manoeverable blade which is good close to the table since the poly ball tends to bounce a bit higher. It's thin and light weight, but still feels solid enough upon impact unlike most extra light weight blades. I like this blade much better than viscaria or timo boll spirit.
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