Butterfly ITTF Approved 3-Star 40mm Table Tennis Balls (6-Pack)
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- Sales Rank:13,881
- Shipping Weight (lbs):0.1
- Dimensions (in):8 x 5 x 2
- Six balls per package, available in white or orange
- Three star balls are selected for roundness and consistency
- Chosen for use by many major tournaments
- USATT and ITTF approved
- 30 Day warranty against manufacturer defects
Official ball of the 2009 World Championships and the ITTF Global Junior Program through 2012. An ITTF approved 3-Star ball is the highest rating a ball can receive. Such balls are used at the Olympic Games, World Championships and other international events.
The Butterfly Three Star Table Tennis Ball Six-Pack contains six of Butterfly's three-star 40-millimeter table tennis balls in either white or orange. Butterfly's three-star balls have been chosen as the official ball of the ITTF World Junior Circuit through 2007 and were the official ball of the 2004 North American Olympic Doubles Trials. USATT and ITTF approved, only the best table tennis balls are included in Butterfly's three-star packs, and are chosen for their exceptional roundness and consistency through a rigorous quality-control process.
Hikosuke Tamasu founded Tamasu Co., Ltd. in the small town of Yanai City, Japan in 1950. This was the beginning of a company career which is almost unique in table tennis. A renowned international for Japan, Tamasu fulfilled his dream of a lifetime when he made his hobby his profession. At that time, he could hardly imagine that he would make Butterfly the leading brand worldwide. Creativity, durability, and a profound technical knowledge meant success. 0ver and over again he looked for new possibilities in order to optimize techniques by innovative playing material. Tamasu realized that each player is different and has strengths and weaknesses. By offering individual playing material Tamasu wanted to help players right from the beginning to emphasize their individuality. Since 1983 Butterfly has its own training and research center in Tokyo. Highly qualified scientists co-operate with world class players and coaches for the development of rubber and blade technology. Butterfly's rubbers and blades are used by more than half of the participants at World and European Championships.
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