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Super ZLCSuper ZL Carbon has gone beyond the present fibrous materials and stepped forward into the new territory. The remarkable reaction and control provided by the expanded high-reaction area has taken the blade to the next stage. Super ZL-Carbon is an evolved new material Butterfly introduces to the world with confidence.

Super ZLC Carbon

ZL CarbonZL Carbon is a woven combination of carbon fiber and ZL fiber; carbon fiber has a high reaction level and the ZL Fiber provides strength, elasticity, and lightness. ZL Carbon, the super fiber, gives the blade a high level of performance.

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ZL FiberZL Fiber has a detailed molecular configuration that is strong and elastic. Its ratio is 10% lower than carbon fiber, thus making the blade both light and with a high performance level.

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Arylate-CarbonArylate-Carbon is a special material created with a woven combination of Arylate and carbon. Blades using Arylate-Carbon have power, speed and control.

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TAMCA 5000TAMCA 5000 carbon is strong and light; six times stronger and one fifth in weight compared with iron and steel. Blades using TAMCA 5000 are light and strong with high elasticity and enable high performance.

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CA Fiber

CA Fiber

CA Fiber is a special material that uses wood-derived fibers. As it is a very flexible material, it has good ball holding and excellent control performance. In addition, the tensile strength is high and sufficient elasticity is obtained.

 

※ Super ZL carbon, ZL carbon and ZL fibers are high strength fibers. If the fibers are fluffed when scraping the grips or fingers, finish with fine-grained sandpaper (No. 240)

 

Spring Sponge

Sense Of Catching The Ball

Spring Sponge – More than a decade of research has led to the latest sponge technology created by the engineers at Butterfly, Spring Sponge. The most notable feature of this new technology is a sense of “catching” the ball, a phenomenon not present in any other rubbers currently available on the market. The secret to Spring Sponge is the unique material composition and air inside the sponge; it expands and contracts just like a spring! Spring Sponge will make you feel in total control.

 

High-Tension

High Tension

High Tension – Top athletes rely on its technology. Incorporating tension in the sponge, the rubber surface, or combined in both High Tension stands for a modern table tennis characterized by lots of feel, spin variations and fierce dynamics. Intensive research made possible a broad selection of high powered rubbers which comply with the highest quality standards:
• The optimized surface remains adhesive without a protective film, like all our rubbers.
• If the rubber is exposed to oxygen it does not cause stains on the surface.
• Both rubbers are more resistant to blistering and cracks despite their high tension.
• The tension is evenly balanced thus there will not be any deformation of
the rubber.

 

 

Micro Layer

Micro Layer – Micro layer The seat base is designed to be thin enough to be visible to the naked eye, which can increase the “chance” that occurs on impact and produce a strong rotation.

Micro Layer vs Normal

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Spring Sponge X – It is easier to deform than the conventional “spring sponge” and has improved resilience. With this big evolution, we realize a sense of “gripping” the ball further. Draw more arcs and enable powerful batting. The weight has also been reduced by about 3%.

Sping Sponge X

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