Butterfly Sardius

Butterfly Sardius Blade
Approx. $ 135 USD
Price $

User Ratings (49)

Speed 9.5
Control 7.0
Stiffness 8.2   
Hardness 8.9   
Consistency 8.5   
Always identical
Overall 8.9 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 10 / 12
Control 6.5 / 12
Weight 90g
Plies 5
Materials 3 plies of wood; 2 plies of Carbon
There are 23 users using the Butterfly Sardius.

Reviews (31)

ucokpinank  on 5/16/2016

Crazy speed.. Use soft rubber for help on the control... Best quality... Not for beginner...
TTDB15  8 months ago

Very fast, stiff blade and good control, there is a small amount of vibration compare to bty garaydia t5000. It is also larger than most blade on the market at 158x152mm. Lucky enough to get a light blade at 88g. I use tenergy 64 on FH and tenergy 05 on BH. I will use softer sponge/rubber in the future.
master_f  on 9/27/2016

Legendary? i don't think so, because this blade is Ultimate in Balance, meaning he can defend and offend..very best for an above average type of player.
simeiboismasher  on 5/30/2016

Not for newbies, tried so many rubbers now end up with a good combination of Gewo Flexxon FX and Nanoflex FT40 which best suites for power smash and control. +Improves blocking and chops.
ssmc  on 4/10/2015

I play this blade with Hurricane 8 and rasant powergrip. Obviously there are less "feeling" when it is making contact with the ball. But it doesn't mean is over stiff. Issue is you cant tell whether the spin you generate is great or bad even using Hurricane 8 . But again, is doesn't mean there is no spin. You really need to be self -confidence with your skills to master this blade. i dont suggest this blade to any beginners or who need to judge you skills from the blade. I recommend this blade to hard hitters, mid level players who have good judgement on serve and spin and those who want to finish the game in short.

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