Butterfly Jun Mizutani Super ZLC

Butterfly Jun Mizutani Super ZLC Blade
Approx. $ 374 USD
Price $

User Ratings (24)

Speed 9.6
Control 8.9
Stiffness 6.7   
Stiff
Hardness 6.7   
Medium hard
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 9.4 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 10 / 10
Control 8.0 / 10
Weight 90
Plies 5
Thickness 5.8mm
There are 9 users using the Butterfly Jun Mizutani Super ZLC.
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Reviews (10)

robertantal  on 8/20/2014

I own both the ZJK SZLC and JM SZLC and I can tell you that they are both exceptional blades. The JM SZLC is a bit slower and has longer dwell time so if you want to get creative I recommend it over the ZJK SZLC. On the other hand ZJK SZLC is less sensitive so you can be faster and still retain the same great control as the JM SZLC.If price is not an issue either one of these can be your best option.
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HumbleBear  3 months ago

*Updated*: Bought this blade along with ZJK SZLC in 2017. This is an advance blade with extra high speed, high spin and high throw yet with good feel/dwell & control. Compares to ZJKSZLC, the JMSZLC is faster, same spin, higher throw, similar control. Asked for a lighter blade which weighs 88.2g measured @5.7mm. I own several OFF+ blades including Timo Boll T5000, Primorac Carbon, Dynamix17 & Strato & this one is my fastest & perhaps the spinniest also the most high throw OFF+ blade. As a result, JMSZLC is not for the beginners as it's not a forgiving blade; one must pair up with proper rubbers and have good skills/techniques to be able to handle this beast. But once you master it, you will feel like Fan Zhengdong! After trying different rubbers, I now have Razka 7 on both sides; max on the FH. It's super fast, super spinny but very precise. I used to hate the high throw/arc blades because they were too slow and too high for the opponent to attack, but not with this blade. Many fast blades are low throw and cannot hit hard when the incoming ball is low, but the JMSZLC is high throw also fast & spinny, you can still loop very fast shots and the ball will land on the opposite table. Your opponent is forced to step back when you topspin the ball, then when they lob back you can go in for the kill. With the right technique, his blade can do all the tricks: short, long, loops, flicks, smashes, punch, push, touch etc... I tried many blades and so far this one is my favorite. The JMSZLC is truly an ultra fast & spinny looping monster!!! Speed=9.8; Control=9.3; Spin=9.5(spinny on harder rubbers but vice versa); Feel=good, Flick=easy; Flex=med+ firm; Hardness= med+; Smash/Flat Hit/Punch/Drive=Excellent without too much vibration; Short/mid/Long Game=Very good; Push/chop=good; Balance=good; AN grip=nice shape but smaller; perfect with grip tape; Dwell=good; Throw=high; Serve=exc; Sweetspot=huge; Overall=9.8
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undaunda  on 12/29/2016

Very nice blade from butterfly although overpriced, Great craftsmanship and quality (edges did not needed any sanding) and comes to a premium box. Tested with 05 forehand and 80 / 05fx backhand. For me this blade has it all great trajectory amazing dwell time and spin , great feeling no vibrations and huge sweet spot. But for my likes its way too fast although i changed from t80 to 05fx and even 1.9 at some point , u still need very good technique to master its power on spin spin situations or short play. Would suggest slow rubbers , having said that ,still this blade has great control for such speed.
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master_f  on 9/27/2016

the same POWER to zhan jike super zlc, high caliber and quality, but they are very expensive type! ...
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Climbk2  on 4/2/2016

This is the fastest blade I've used for an extended period of time. I'm using Adidas 10-Zone Ultra & P7 (bought a bunch of sheets). The blade has a HUGE sweet spot, and is well made. I love serving with it, because the extra speed allows me to just graze the ball, and put lots of spin on the ball. The blade allows very accurate placement of my loops & counter drives (side to side). The extra speed gives me less depth margin for error than with my DHS HH3. The power helps much when playing off the table. I found myself frequently flipping the blade and using the slower P7 on my forehand, which improved consistency. At my present skill level (rusty former 1840 player), I'm probably better off with the slower HH3.
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