Butterfly Harimoto Tomokazu Innerforce ALC

Butterfly Harimoto Tomokazu Innerforce ALC Blade
Approx. $ 239 USD
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User Ratings (8)

Speed 8.4
Control 9.1
Stiffness 5.4   
Hardness 6.2   
Medium hard
Consistency 8.6   
Always identical
Overall 9.1 10
Manufacturer Details
Weight 88
Plies 7
Thickness 6.0mm
There are 3 users using the Butterfly Harimoto Tomokazu Innerforce ALC.
• Developed with and used by Tomokazu Harimoto
• Similar to Innerforce Layer ALC with moderate speed and the "feeling of grasping the ball", the blade size was designed slightly larger
• It is a racket that supports aggressive forehand and backhand play.

Vibration: 92

Reviews (4)

Darthtony1985  8 months ago

Used by Tomokazu Harimoto, this blade is dedicated to his playing style: close-to-the-table controlled placement, with opportunistic power-looping attack, hence coming with limba outer supported by InnerLayer ALC for control and looping, on a larger footprint for close-to-the-table blocking and counterattack. Suggest pairing forehand rubber with harder sponge (i.e. MX-P 50) for power-looping attack and backhand rubber with spin-oriented features (i.e. EL-S) for controlled placement. Balanced, consistent, simplistic design highlighting his family value.
KentVaschoben  2 weeks ago

The Harimoto blade is a soft and not hard blade blade not faster than Viscaria or timo boll ALC but when it comes to spin it creates tons of spin specially when it comes to your loop and top spins I recommend to use a Hard sponge rubbers in FH because its a flexible blade, And medium on BH.
PaulHusak1  10 months ago

My blade is 93grams!!
sergey05011957  1 days ago

tested 3week with tenerzhi 05fx? rasanter r42-very low control, low speed, the ball does not fly, a rough short game, the most unfortunate board is money down the drain. Corbel is much better! very heavy weight 91g, plus due to the large size the large weight of the rubber

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