Butterfly Diode V

Butterfly Diode V Blade
Approx. $ 106 USD
Price $

User Ratings (4)

Speed 7.7
Control 9.1
Stiffness 5.5   
Hardness 5.6   
Consistency 8.8   
Always identical
Overall 9.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Weight 97
Plies 5
Thickness 5.7mm
There are 5 users using the Butterfly Diode V.
Defensive Model Designed To Attack

• A racket designed for heavy backspin play and powerful attacks.
• The all-wood construction provides a very reliable defense and it is recommended for the defensive-minded player who is looking for the opportunity to attack.

Style: Defense
Plies: 5 Wood
Blade Size: 165 x 156mm
Blade Thickness: 5.7mm
Handle Size FL: 100 x 24mm
Handle Size ST: 100 x 23mm
Made in Japan

Reaction: 106
Vibration: 79

Reviews (3)

kneissl  on 1/15/2019

YES!!! I think this blade is even better than the JSH-blade for modern defensive game. I have paired it with TSP Curl P1r OX and T05 1,9mm. My immediate feeling is that this blade has better control and identical speed as the JSH. For sure this will be my first-choice. Good job from Butterfly here!!
Nimrod  2 weeks ago

Tons of controll, very god speed while attacking. This blade is not so stiff as described. For example Clipper CR is much more harder and stiffer blade than Diode V. This blade is shining in defense and sudden deadly attacks. I am using P1-R 1,1 mm and it fits perfect. Worth every price. Update: Love this blade. Nice controll, beautifull counter hits, vey stable while chopping. All setup with Tibhar ELS max and P1R 1,3 weight 201 g which believe me gives more power to countering away from teable and its helpfull :) ps I am using with flare handle. Two weeks ago i got after searching JSH blade and i had chance to compare them. DV has more control, less stiff, little faster. It is easier to attack with topspin Maybe it was because a put in fh Tibhar MXP . Generally i would stay with DV.
Dotek  6 months ago

Used this blade with Andro Rasanter V47 and TSP Curl 0.5 mm. The blade was a little to stiff for me so I wasn't able to get a good feel however, chops are very good almost always low and deep to the table. With just a slight change in the wrist you can aim to the forehand or backhand. I would use this racket probably when I could chop those fast spinny kills on the backhand side consistently. As of now this seems more like an intermediate blade.

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