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    Posted: 05/19/2020 at 1:23pm
Does anyone else out there have an Apolonia ZLC they have measured. People claim it plays different than Innerforce Layer ZLC. I believe that now since mine measures 5.9mm thick.
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I don't own one but I worked on one once and it measured 5.7mm
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According to BTY catalog, it is 5.7 mm .    My measurement is around 5.7-5.8 mm using ordinary ruler.
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ok mine must just be extra thick. 
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5,65 here
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Normally all my Butterfly stuff is right at spec or +/- .05mm. This one is strange at 5.9mm. The weight is also high at 93grams.  I thought my calipers were off at first haha
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It makes it a rarity! it might be the heaviest/thickest Apolonia out there and will be a collectible one day if not already (mine is 88gr).

A long shot but still possible: you might have put your hands on a custom Apolonia made to the specifications of a pro player who wants 90-95gr paddles and they might have thickened the core a bit. Is the difference coming from the core only maybe? I am asking in relation to the Ludeack Power that just has a thicker core compared to the regular Ludeack.

Does it have a serial number?


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Yes the blade has a serial number. It's a newer T series serial number
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