Butterfly Cypress-S

Butterfly Cypress-S Blade
Approx. $ 95 USD
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User Ratings (7)

Speed 9.3
Control 8.5
Stiffness 4.6   
Average
Hardness 2.3   
Soft
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 9.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 85 / 100
Control 78 / 100
Weight 85g
Plies 1
Materials Kiso Hinoki
There are 3 users using the Butterfly Cypress-S.
Korean ace Yoo Nam Kyu has used the CYPRESS-S to garner many international gold medals. These blades are made from the highest grade of Hinoki wood grown in the Kiso mountains of Japan. Popular for its lightness, soft feel, and power. Exceptional for drives from all distances. Plain wood backside.

Reviews (3)

icontek  on 8/20/2012

Users who are rating this one ply blade as flexible need to understand the difference between softness and flex. As a general rule, Thin 5 ply blades flex, one ply blades may be soft but are generally stiff.
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silva  on 5/7/2012

just started using JPen for fun. played with this with Butterfly Spin Art. i was surprised that i was able to grasp the technique of JPen so quickly. this is a very high quality blade, no doubt about it. i cannot find any faults with this blade. i think i play JPen better than I do shake hand... nah
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AspitDemon  on 4/21/2010

Cons - Possible Expensive? Pros - As with other reviews I've wrote, I use the shakehand style. I've used this a couple of times, and it was paired with Tenergy 64. Lightning speed and control. Soft feel to it, and more solid feel with smashing. Looping is a breeze. One amazing thing that is a piece of cake is driving the ball. Wow, just amazing. Nothing bad about cons.
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