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    Posted: 09/06/2019 at 9:33am
Butterfly unveiled several new products, including Lin Gaoyuan ALC blade, Dignics 64 and Dignics 80 rubbers, etc.:


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well the lin is another viscaria clone i suppose
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Assume Lin Gaoyuan is another Viscaria variant?
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I dont understand bty.jp website pricing...

LGY ALC and Harimoto ALC are both 18000y (~$169)
but
Viscaria and Apolonia ZLC are 25000y (~$234)

in US
Viscaria is $160, Apolonia ZLC $277, Harimoto ALC $252

So should we expect LGY ALC to be $252?... I understand supply and demand along with import/export tariffs and such would drive the price up for US market but this pricing is not consistent at all with the japanese pricing.


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a Lin Gaoyang ALC huh? dang it! I'm not gonna fall.

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Originally posted by DreiZ DreiZ wrote:

I dont understand bty.jp website pricing...

LGY ALC and Harimoto ALC are both 18000y (~$169)
but
Viscaria and Apolonia ZLC are 25000y (~$234)

in US
Viscaria is $160, Apolonia ZLC $277, Harimoto ALC $252

So should we expect LGY ALC to be $252?... I understand supply and demand along with import/export tariffs and such would drive the price up for US market but this pricing is not consistent at all with the japanese pricing.



Hope prott will sell it for same price as Harimoto
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forget all of them, I'm going for the Harimoto ALC - CS!
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when is Lin yum ru alc coming out? Lol
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Originally posted by wanchope wanchope wrote:

when is Lin yum ru alc coming out? Lol



why ALC? He is using SZLC blade, not ALC
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Originally posted by piligrim piligrim wrote:

Originally posted by wanchope wanchope wrote:

when is Lin yum ru alc coming out? Lol



why ALC? He is using SZLC blade, not ALC

It doesn't matter. It'd the whole series. How many model under boll?
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Originally posted by wanchope wanchope wrote:

when is Lin yum ru alc coming out? Lol

On November 1, 2019.
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Funny all the talk is about the ALC blade. I'm more interesting in the Dignics variations.  What's I'm really hoping for is Dignics 05 Hard.
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I’m not sure if the Lin blade has koto as the top ply. If it does, then it is just a Viscaria, which makes sense.
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Originally posted by benfb benfb wrote:

Funny all the talk is about the ALC blade. I'm more interesting in the Dignics variations.  What's I'm really hoping for is Dignics 05 Hard.
Since you sponsor the game by owning a club that could NOT survive without you basically offering free rent or almost that, could not Butterfly sponsor you with a couple sheets of your liking every month? I know you don't care about the money but they surely would support your desire to know things before the general public and...we would too Embarrassed
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Yes its a rebatched viscaria...same speed and vibration properties! Why is bty making this? We already have zhang jike alc.

They should make something like innerforce szlc or a super alc viscaria
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I guess this is Butterfly's way of turning ZJK's limbo retirement official.

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Originally posted by benfb benfb wrote:

Funny all the talk is about the ALC blade. I'm more interesting in the Dignics variations.  What's I'm really hoping for is Dignics 05 Hard.

An intriguing  comment about the future.  Here is a question: What will come first, the Dignics FX series or a Hard version?  I agree with your interest in a Dignics 05 Hard version; it would hold exceeding seduction for the Tenergy 05 Hard crowd.

Also, have any of the experts listed, in one place, a perspective on the playing distinctions among the ALC blades? 

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Waiting for Wang Chuqin ALC :)
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woot. i still own both viscarias back when they were < $120
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If I'm losing a match and need inspiration a big red L on the handle isn't going to help....
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