Butterfly Viscaria Light

Butterfly Viscaria Light Blade
Approx. $ 150 USD
Price $

User Ratings (17)

Speed 8.8
Control 8.3
Stiffness 6.2   
Hardness 5.8   
Consistency 8.2   
Always identical
Overall 9.5 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 84
Control 73
Weight 82g
Plies 5
Materials Carbon/Arylate, Koto outer plies
There are 5 users using the Butterfly Viscaria Light.
More and more players are seeking lighter blades and the Viscaria Light fulfills that need while keeping the excellent speed, soft feel, and sweet touch that made the original model so popular.

The weight reduction is made possible by reducing the number of wood plies from five to three. However, by increasing the thickness of the outer Koto wood plies, we have been able to keep the blade speed close to the original.

The addition of Arylate/Carbon plies adds speed (minimal dissipation of energy), less vibration, and a larger sweet-spot.

Reviews (10)

Comelli  on 6/28/2011

The Butterfly Viscaria Light works great with hard rubbers with a tough sponge. its soft feel makes the blade bite if you have soft rubbers. I suggest you take that feel away because hitting the wood will variate the spin. The good thing about this is the feel of ball coming off the ball, really nice. For a medium blade get this and move onto something fater when you get the correct stroke.
20121549  on 8/8/2014

great blade, mi first blade it´s a rocket if you have the correct rubbers and the correct training.
nikolaygorbach  on 7/28/2013

Nice blade. Very good control.
michiy  on 7/24/2013

It's a very lightweight blade. It's stiff due it's inner carbon layers, and has some good dwell time because of the koto wood outer layers. Definitively a looping blade.
sosororos  on 4/3/2013

stable and reliable, precise and controllable, great confidence , nice blade ; FH & BH : T64

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