After intensive development work, Butterfly is ready to introduce the all-new EASY BALL 40+ – MADE IN GERMANY – to the market.
A well-rounded pleasure
The change to celluloid-free balls has undeniably posed quality problems to the traditional ball suppliers. Balls currently on the market face issues in terms of roundness and durability. But more and more, polyballs are established in professional table tennis — at an international level. The experience in supplying professional leagues like the french “proA” or the German “Bundesliga”has prompted Butterfly to start developing its own plastic balls for school sports, youth and club training.
High ambition – low price
„The production demands to a plastic ball, that aims to compete with 3 star balls in terms of playing characteristics, but also has to be afforably priced as well as durable and stable, is very high.” says Rüdiger von Berg, Sales Director of Tamasu Butterfly Europa GmbH. “The EASY BALL 40+ fits this role admirably.” In joint development with a notable German manufacturer for high-quality plastic products, Butterfly developed a series of new plastic balls – starting with the EASY BALL 40+. This ball, made from completely different material compared to other balls, convinces not only by the affordable price, but also with high stability and a homogenous bounce with exact spin transmission. Its perfectly suited to youth- or club training, and training with the AMICUS robot.
Special offer & win 20.000 boxes of 6!
To the occasion! Regular price for a box of 120 Balls is 59,90 € and 3,90 € for a box of 6. Butterfly starts worldwide distribution with two special offers: Box of 120 EASY Balls for 49,90 € – valid until June 30th. Regular sales through Butterfly Stores or the Online-Shop start in May 2015.
If you want to check out the new EASY BALL before that date, Butterfly offers the chance to win a free box of 6 balls in an online scratch game.
Scratch 6 EASY BALLS to win 6, with your smartphone or computer on http://butterflymag.com/easyball/
20.0000 free packs of 6 will be drawn from all winners at random.
(Translation by Sebastian Hallen)