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 Post subject: BTY Hadraw Shield
PostPosted: 28 Jun 2016, 05:08 
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Thinking about this blade, has anyone try it and is there any review ? I'm currently using a Joo, wanted to know if it's close to the old Matsushita Pro? Thank you


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 Post subject: Re: BTY Hadraw Shield
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Anyone figure out what (or who) is "Hadraw"? Maybe Butterfly's just tired of paying people to use their names... :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: BTY Hadraw Shield
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Yup lol, but I would to see if anyone play with it before spending $120


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 Post subject: Re: BTY Hadraw Shield
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 Post subject: Re: BTY Hadraw Shield
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rokphish2 wrote:
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Thank you , but need information on the Hadraw Shield , those are OFF blades


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 Post subject: Re: BTY Hadraw Shield
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Sorry, that answered he question regarding Hadraw meaning.

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 Post subject: Re: BTY Hadraw Shield
PostPosted: 29 Jun 2016, 22:40 
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Just order a ST handle :rock: , lets hope it was worth the $120


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 Post subject: Re: BTY Hadraw Shield
PostPosted: 30 Jun 2016, 01:30 
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Just order a ST handle :rock: , lets hope it was worth the $120


EJ bug strikes again! :lol:
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 Post subject: Re: BTY Hadraw Shield
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Just order a ST handle :rock: , lets hope it was worth the $120

Ok. :)

Please write a review later, comparing to all chopping blade You have tried ;)

One reason I have yet to consider this Hadrawshield blade as Defence Alpha replacement is, that the blade face is smaller.

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 Post subject: Re: BTY Hadraw Shield
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"Raw Head"??????? :lol: (The explanation is itself pretty funny... raw? Whaddya mean, raw?? Wood from where? Why is it called "head"? I still think they came up with it to avoid paying someone for the use of their name.. It is catchy, though...)

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 Post subject: Re: BTY Hadraw Shield
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Just got a Defence II. Looks very similar to Defense Alpha but smaller head. Will try to compare with H. Shield if I come across one.

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 Post subject: Re: BTY Hadraw Shield
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Should be different to those willow blades,thinner @ 5.3 thickness with higher flex/vibrations

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 Post subject: Re: BTY Hadraw Shield
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Medium sized defensive blade. Flawless crafsmanship. One of the best allround defensive blades with great feel. Can be played with whatever rubbers for a chopping game. All+ in speed. Flexy but not much to be annoying. OSP Immune gives me the same feel only it is a tad slower.


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 Post subject: Re: BTY Hadraw Shield
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Ogan wrote:
Medium sized defensive blade. Flawless crafsmanship. One of the best allround defensive blades with great feel. Can be played with whatever rubbers for a chopping game. All+ in speed. Flexy but not much to be annoying. OSP Immune gives me the same feel only it is a tad slower.


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Semi-large head size like Joo Se Hyuk blade.Feels just a lil' bit slower and less powerful than Joo Se Hyuk blade with better control. Basically H. is a Matsushita Pro, designed for today's 40+ play with longer and thinner handle.
Definitely the best blade of its class.


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