Butterfly FREITAS ALC Blade
Approx. $ 199 USD
Price $

User Ratings (20)

Speed 9.0
Control 9.5
Stiffness 5.7   
Hardness 6.2   
Medium hard
Consistency 9.6   
Always identical
Overall 9.5 10
Manufacturer Details
Weight 90
Plies 7
Materials Wood + Arylat Carbon
Thickness 5.9
There are 4 users using the Butterfly FREITAS ALC.

Reviews (8)

dusan779  on 4/20/2017

What a amazing blade. I played with Tenergy 05 on FH and Rakza 7 soft on BH. The blade is pretty fast and still have a beautiful control. With Tenergy is nice to play topspin, I can do it realy aggresive and I hit almost everything on the table. Rakza 7 have nice feeling and soft touch with the ball. I can create tons of spin with great speed. Easy active blocks. I can recomended this blade. When you not looking at the price, I suggest trying this blade
SALMOND  8 months ago

100% money worthy
TiagoAppla  11 months ago

I don't like feeling of hard limba + price this is very overatted blade
Ngohuy  on 11/11/2018

What makes this blade unique in Butterfly product line is the consistency and dwell time. High quality Limba - Limba layer and Arylate Carbon just do the magic. With any kind of rubber this blade rocks. Not for beginner, require proper technique with brushing movement and good footwork. The outcome is very rewarded. Medium trajectory, high throw. Very long dwell time just like Timoo Boll ALC. Good design handle both FL and ST versions. I like it much more than other BTF blades such as: ZJK ALC, Boll ALC or Apolonia ZLC. The downside: quite heavy (>90gram) and expensive. Need careful selection of rubber for ideal racket weight.
katekarin  on 12/27/2017

Softer than any other Butterfly blade I have tried. Softer than the Primorac. Vibration and flex. The feeling of the ball is great, like the all wood Stiga blades. This is how a blade should be. I played with Hurricane 3 Neo in FH and Tenergy 80 in the BH. The flex creates a catapult effect that helps produce tremendous spin, similar to DHS Hurricane Long 5. Great looping blade, fast but very controllable. The flared handle is thick, but a bit squared. You get used to it eventually. This blade is nothing like the rest of the blades of the Butterfly family. Having said that, I am sure you can find a Stiga blade that plays the same for a fraction of its price.

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