Butterfly Timo Boll Spirit

Butterfly Timo Boll Spirit Blade
Approx. $ 135 USD
Price $

User Ratings (110)

Speed 8.5
Control 8.5
Stiffness 5.5   
Hardness 6.0   
Medium hard
Consistency 9.3   
Always identical
Overall 9.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 8.3 / 12
Control 7.9 / 12
Weight 89g
Plies 7
Materials 5 wood plies (Koto, Limba, Kiri), 2 Arylate-carbon (ALC)
There are 52 users using the Butterfly Timo Boll Spirit.
7 ply attacking blade which combines strength of Carbon and Arylate. Carbon for high speed and Arylate for good elasticity. Suitable for heavy spin and speed. Used by Timo Boll.

Reviews (75)

vthoang1986  on 1/9/2018

Wonderful blade. Mine is 93 gr. FH DHS H8 and BH Rasant Beat. Topspin vs backspin on FH, Block and punch with BH quite easy. Speed/control ratio is extremely high. Can not miss any shot :)
katekarin  9 months ago

Blade Size: 157x150mm. It is heavy, hard and stiff with no flex or vibration making blocking and chopping easy but on the other hand the dwell time is low and the feel of the ball is not great. Tensor/springy rubbers make the feeling worse and the game close to the net difficult. I use hard, heavy, tacky, Chinese rubbers because they increase the feel, control and they force me to improve my technique. Chinese rubbers disrupt the weight balance (becomes head heavy). It feels more balanced when you put Butterfly rubbers on it but is still heavy. Use Yasaka rubbers (Rakza 7 or Mark V HPS) if you want to keep the racket a bit lighter. Timo Boll Alc has more weight in the handle than the Spirit so head heaviness is less of an issue. Spirit is fast even far away from the table, if you have the right technique and physical strength. The flared handle is a bit slim and slippery on the upper part. I have changed rubbers 4-5 times and still no sign of splinters. Solid craftsmanship that can sustain a lot of hardship during training. With slow rubbers it behaves like a perfect all-round blade. With tensor rubbers it can be crazy fast. I would start with hard, slow, easy to control rubbers (like Mercury II) and, if needed, move to faster ones. Only suitable for intermediate and advanced players. Somewhat overrated and definitely overpriced. There are equally good Butterfly blades, like Petr Korbel and the Primorac, or Stiga blades, like Stiga Infinity VPS, at a 3rd of its price
TheChozen  on 4/22/2019

Is allways identical with a very good spin, speed and control to advanced players.
draculeshanks  on 3/19/2017

TBS w/ TO5....I think it's heavy. It's okay when only practicing but in a real match, it's not. Great touch but too slow for heavy blade.
Arthurmeireles  3 months ago

Very good blade!

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