out of 5
3 user reviews
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Combines the Arylate features of lightness, flexibility, and shock absorption (less vibration) with the Carbon features of high elasticity (springiness) and minimal dissipation of energy (energy not wasted, more power). Koto outer plies, Balsa center ply. VISCARIA's compact head size makes it ideal for quick re-looping right off the bounce.
Average user rating from: 3 users
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Saturday, 28 February 2009
Written by elmo51 - Top 5 reviewer - View all my reviews
he butterfly viscaria is a lightweight blade, the best part of this blade is the control, that is really outstanding, the speed is good for allrounders to attackers if you put on fast rubbers it is fast enough, hitting and spinning with the visacaria works very well, and so is blocking
In compare to the timo boll spirit the viscaria is slightly faster and has a little less control but they are very similar but the viscaria has a softer feel, they are both good blades from butterfly, go for viscaria if you like a soft and touch feel
2 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Thursday, 13 November 2008
Written by t3h anarchist - #1 reviewer - View all my reviews
Butterfly Viscaria is a pretty good offensive blade with solid speed and control, but not spectacular of any. The blade is extremely light, which is the most noticeable characteristic. Its very thin as well, so you get this kind of feathery feeling. Thus, it is not easy to get momentum with it, but you can still make some pretty fast and powerful shots.
The speed and control combination is pretty even. Using butterfly's arylate carbon, it makes up for the blades lightness to make fast shots, but the thinness also makes it have pretty good control. It feels very nice in your hand, and it does not strain your wrist. I say its pretty good blade, but kind of expensive for its low speed.
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