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Butterfly A.Mazunov FL/ST

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Butterfly Euro

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Butterfly Gergely Carbon

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Butterfly Joo Saehyuk

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Butterfly Petr Korbel OFF

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Butterfly Primorac Carbon

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Butterfly Sardius Carbon

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Butterfly Viscaria Arylate Carbon

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Butterfly Timo Boll ALC

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Butterfly Timo Boll Spirit

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Joola Rosskopf Emotion carbon

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Nice selection there...

One thing that puzzles me about some Joola blades are those "wing inlays" (like on the "Flame Extreme" above).

Are those inlays, strictly speaking, legal? They seem to protrude into the area normally covered by rubber (although not in any practical "striking area", I suppose). How does that relate to the "continuous" material requirement for blades?

Also, I have seen a few mentions of those inlays coming loose over time. I don't know of any actual cases of disintegration, only hearsay, so it may be that those stories are made up. On a new blade the attachment certainly feels solid enough.

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Thanks poknas! ;)
keme wrote:
One thing that puzzles me about some Joola blades are those "wing inlays" (like on the "Flame Extreme" above).

Are those inlays, strictly speaking, legal? They seem to protrude into the area normally covered by rubber (although not in any practical "striking area", I suppose). How does that relate to the "continuous" material requirement for blades?

Also, I have seen a few mentions of those inlays coming loose over time. I don't know of any actual cases of disintegration, only hearsay, so it may be that those stories are made up. On a new blade the attachment certainly feels solid enough.

Yes I doubt the wings add much the performance.... its just looks. As the wings would not protrude beyond the label area of the rubbers, this might allow them to get away with it.
Yes I've heard about the issue too... no idea how common this is, but like you I find that the blade feels very solid. Perhaps if it breaks, it's one of the first things to go.

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