Butterfly table tennis rackets are considered by many to be one of the best brands out there in the marketplace. They have a massive range of different table tennis blades to choose from. Lets take a closer look at just four different models of butterfly rackets tha are out there for sale in the shops.

The first racket that we are going to look at is the Butterfly 7285 Viscaria FL Table Tennis Racket. This racket is one of the most advanced rackets on the planet, the viscaria blade is manufactured with layers of arylate which helps shock absorption and carbon which help with springiness. It has a bryce rubber which has taken the table tennis world by storm since it was recently introduced on the professional table tennis tours. It has a 1.9 mm sponge which results in increased speed and spin during play.

The second butterfly racket that we are going to look at is the Butterfly 7275 Primorac Carbon FL Table Tennis Racket. This model is butterfly's best selling carbon racket. This model is manufactured from carbon layers, cypress wood, catapult rubber and 2.1 mm sponge. The catapult rubber is fantastic for increasing speed and spin on your shots due to the increased ball contact with the racket. This model of racket is ITTF and USATT approved.

The third racket that we are going to look at is the Butterfly Kenji Table Tennis Racket. This model is much cheaper than the previous two models, but it is still a very good racket for the cheap price. This is a tournament quality table tennis racket with a 90 spin rating, a 95 speed rating and a 80 control rating. This model uses a foam core technology which helps with increased power on your shots. It has a flared handle that has a 2mm sponge layer for increased control. This racket is perfect for amateur table tennis players.

The fourth and final model that we are going to look at is the Butterfly Kyoshi Table Tennis Racket. This model has a speed rating of 80, a spin rating of 80 and a control rating of 90. It has foam core technology which reduces the vibration when the ball hits the bat. It has a smooth and inverted morim rubber with a 1.8 mm sponge layer. The black and red surface meets the requirements of standard tournaments as well.