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Amultart ZL Carbon (Butterfly)

Amultart ZL Carbon (Butterfly)

The Amultart ZL Carbon is a hybrid of Butterfly’s industry leading Carbon Technology with our new ZL fiber. The resulting blade has great speed, but holds the ball a little longer than the normal carbon fiber making the production of heavy topspin easier.
The ZL Carbon has the highest ratio of control to speed of any Carbon Blade.

The ZL Carbon is an uncompromising blade for the high speed of the modern game.

Speed: 102
Control: 76
Weight: 84 g
Ply: 3 + 2

Average user rating from: 6 users

Overall rating
4.5
Speed (6 ratings)
4.6
Control (6 ratings)
4.2
Hardness (6 ratings)
3.9
Weight (6 ratings)
4.2
Build quality (6 ratings)
5.0
Value for money (5 ratings)
4.3
 


12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Friday, 02 October 2009

Written by Anonymous

Overall rating
3.7
Speed
5.0
Control
2.0
Hardness
4.5
Weight
4.5
Build quality
5.0
Value for money
4.0
Good blade. However, all out quick. Great in the offensive play if you are a well advanced player (USATT 2400 or higher). A nightmare when under pressure for players of almost every level excluding those who are at the table every day (reading: professionals. btw, even they prefer slower blades!). Don't buy it if you play not more than 10 hours a weak.
Nice looping characteristics, comparably good feel. Tremendous smashing capabilities. But way too fast for most of us!
Go buy a TBS, an ALC or a Mizutani if you're not among the very best! They are all fast, but way slower and will most likely enhance your game quite a bit more in almost all aspects!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Saturday, 29 August 2009

Written by neversolis - Top 5 reviewer - View all my reviews

Overall rating
4.5
Speed
4.0
Control
4.0
Hardness
3.0
Weight
3.5
Build quality
5.0
amultart is definitely a very good blade, but it is very very pricey. i am not sure if you want to spent 150 dollars on a blade, but i you do, do not worry because you will not be disappointed! it has very good looping characteristics. the speed is not outrageous, but it is more than enough to do very good loops. the control is very good too though. this is one of my favorite blades for blocking because the ball seems to sink into the wood and carbon of this blade, a feelign i like. i found this blade is real good with bryce speed fx and tenergy 64, as over tenergy 05. it is worth trying
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5 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Wednesday, 25 March 2009

Written by Anonymous

Overall rating
4.7
Speed
4.5
Control
4.5
Hardness
4.0
Weight
4.0
Build quality
5.0
Value for money
4.5
Great blade for a two-wing looper without sacrificing good control. Very good quality, but with a high price.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Wednesday, 22 October 2008

Written by Anonymous

Overall rating
4.8
Speed
4.5
Control
5.0
Hardness
4.0
Weight
4.5
Build quality
5.0
Value for money
4.5
I considered this blade a well balance in terms of speed and control. The control of this blade is very excellent compare to my previous carbon blade that is too hot to control. Bryce/Bryce Speed a perfect combination to this blade imho. BTW, I found SOLCION is a good try as well. The comtemporary design of Amultart is very outstanding.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
t3h anarchist
Friday, 03 October 2008

Written by t3h anarchist - #1 reviewer - View all my reviews

Overall rating
4.7
Speed
5.0
Control
4.5
Hardness
3.5
Weight
4.5
Build quality
5.0
Value for money
4.5
Butterfly Amultart ZL Carbon is an excellent blade for the two winged looper. Combined with excellent speed, control, and thickness, it allows for deadly loops and controlled drives.

It is very similar to the Mizutani Jun, but it is relatively thicker, and weighs more. This allows for more acceleration of the head, allowing for more powerful shots. On the downside, you sacrifice the speed of your strokes and some control.

As usual, the Butterfly blade is top notch quality. It is a great blade for any offensively oriented player. The price is pretty high, but if you ask me its worth it!
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