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Yeah they are $880 USD on prott
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It it a veeeery expensive blade, but if it is a rare item and OP want it for his collection and can afford it, then I don't see a problem. 
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Pete, I do not think it is worth for its price. Quality seems lower than other high end butterfly blades, at least from what I am seeing your pics.
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Yogi, the blade cost isn't that much, you have to count the cost to make the box, certificate, tshirt, blade cover.
The finishing is typical butterfly finish, although I don't like to pkay with butterfly blades, it is better than any other brand.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote peter79 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08/13/2017 at 9:46am
Originally posted by shinshiro shinshiro wrote:

It it a veeeery expensive blade, but if it is a rare item and OP want it for his collection and can afford it, then I don't see a problem. 
Thanks for sharing!


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I can see this is the last limited edition that Butterfly produced using Zhang Jike name. I got offer from my friend, why not. I would like to collect Zhang Yining limited edition blade but I couldn't find the source at that time.
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Peter loves to indulge his hobby. We shouldn't rain on his parade. But it is meant to be a collector's item.
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Originally posted by Baal Baal wrote:

Peter loves to indulge his hobby. We shouldn't rain on his parade. But it is meant to be a collector's item.


Well sure.  An 880 dollar blade with a few dings on it isn't going to be an 880 dollar blade anymore.  400 bucks maybe, but not 880.

I would think Zhang Jike never played with an 880 dollar blade, although he could probably afford one. 
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$880 for a blade?....there are $2000 blades out there....

http://www.tabletennis11.com/other_eng/nittaku-resoud

Would'nt be surprised to see more expensive collector blades...a fool and his money blah blah blah...


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I read a comment saying that it costs the distributor ¥4200.
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