Butterfly Gergely Alpha

Butterfly Gergely Alpha Blade
Approx. $ 121 USD
Price $

User Ratings (17)

Speed 9.4
Control 8.4
Stiffness 6.9   
Hardness 7.8   
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 9.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Materials Carbon
There are 5 users using the Butterfly Gergely Alpha.
Feeling: Hard

Reviews (12)

xuananhcsct  on 11/18/2015

I have played 4 blades which are AMAZUNOV OFF+, Butterfly Sardius, Butterfly Amultart ZL Carbon and Butterfly Gergely Alpha. In my point of view, the Amultart ZL Carbon is OK and it is easy to play with different kind of Ruber but Butterfly Gergely Alpha is the best if you play with Butterfly Tenergy 05 Ruber in both side. It is good if use Butterfly Tenergy 05 in forehand, backhand should use Butterfly Tenergy 05, Xiom Omega V Tour, Stiga Calibra LT Sound or Stiga Calibra LT Spin
vladan00  on 1/21/2015

This blade with T05 both sides for me is BINGO. Fast enough , block and spin goes easy. Very accurate and reliable setup . Not for novice player,but for every attack player my reccomendatinos
ittan  on 5/15/2017

A very good blade. Use soft or medium rubbers.
saifulyazans  on 4/7/2017

awesome blade for mid-far game style
Dons7er  on 1/23/2017

BTY : The Gergely Alpha is a new version of one of Butterflys most popular Carbon Fiber blades of all time. Lighter in weight and featuring a more compact head than the original Gergely Carbon, the Alpha is better designed for use with the newer and heavier generation of rubbers. The Gergely Alpha features Cypress outer layers, Carbon Fiber secondary layers, and a balsa center ply. Mine is ST handle, a little bit short than TBS ST handle that i like it so much, Speed is amazing, paired with Spin Art (FH) & T80 (BH) still have a much speed, blocking very easy, still have good control (much better control than Garaydia T500 with T05).

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