Butterfly Primorac EX

Butterfly Primorac EX Blade
Approx. $ 68 USD
Price $

User Ratings (16)

Speed 8.3
Control 9.2
Stiffness 4.8   
Hardness 3.9   
Medium soft
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 9.2 10
Manufacturer Details
Weight 85g
Plies 5
Thickness 5.7mm
There are 5 users using the Butterfly Primorac EX.

Reviews (6)

yaboiiii  on 1/4/2016

Bought this blade and have been using it almost everyday with DHS Hurricane Neo 3 (fh) and Friendship Cream Transcend (bh) and I would say that I am very pleased with this blade overall. Very good control offered, considering the high throw of the bh rubber and the springy bounce of the fh rubber. Very light to me as well, even though the Neo 3 put some more weight on. The stiffness of the blade isn't too much to handle, allowing me to feel where the ball is and produce higher quality shots. This is duh so gud blad you need get to win all time
chanos111  on 3/8/2015

Control on this racket seem to be good because of the softness so I can provide better shots. It isn't too stiff and the speed is reasonable as it isn't too heavy so I can provide some fast shots but i think I will get a lighter penhold bat. Loops are good as well. I use Tenergy 25 with this blade but i think i need faster speed so will upgrade to Tenergy 64.
konex71  on 1/7/2015

very good blade, the best blade i ever use...very good control
bird  on 11/25/2013

Good blade.. Balance of speed and control.. very easy to play although with high speed and high spin rubbers...
Frogger  on 8/21/2013

Finally a blade that is like the regular Primorac but slightly faster. Well balanced, weight is perfect at 87gr. Comfortable FL handle that could be a bit larger. Attractive handle design. This is a nice looping blade for close and mid distance. Has some power away from table with good technique. works great with Tenergys or allround with Sriver.

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