Butterfly Moonbeam

Butterfly Moonbeam Blade
Approx. $ 300 USD
Price $

User Ratings (15)

Speed 9.2
Control 6.6
Stiffness 8.3   
Hardness 6.7   
Medium hard
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 8.8 10
Manufacturer Details
Plies 7
Materials 5 plies wood, 2 layers of arylate
There are 1 users using the Butterfly Moonbeam.

Reviews (6)

KhrisDelima  on 7/6/2015

blade is excellent. Good control, balance weight. Mid range ball control. What I really like and love with this racket is that it has a unique flair size handle. It allows the player to grip even better the racket to have full stable control spinning and blocking. Sadly my Moonbeam was broken and can't be fixed and gave it to children that wants to play table tennis. This racket is best for all type of playing strategy and also for beginners as well. I hope butterfly will continue again this racket with same details and even the sizes. thanks!
t_murder  on 7/31/2012

My rating is about 1600 (usatt). One of my practice partners recommended the BTY Moonbeam that he had. As soon as I started playing with it, my backhand was more powerful and more consistent. I was seriously hitting my backhand better than I ever have in my life. I couldn't believe how much of a difference it made. Right now, my set up is Moonbeam (anatomic handle) with Baracuda 2.0 (FH) and 802-40 (BH). I really like this blade other than the fact it is discontinued. I am looking for something new that is comparable, but I am scared to switch blades in fear of messing up my game. I am open to suggestions. If you come across one of these blades, let me know. I could use a spare. My Moonbeam's edges are starting to get beat up.
Anonymous  on 11/8/2010

nice. heavy.
Anonymous  on 7/27/2010

is available ? i think discontinue product
Cherig@yandex.ru  on 4/12/2010

i play it but don't know its characteristics at all...i hope sombody knows and will answer me

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