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Butterfly (Pack of 3) G40 Plus 3 Star Table Tennis Balls, White,

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Butterfly (Pack of 3) G40 Plus 3 Star Table Tennis Balls, White,

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Product description

Made in germany, it's round, hard, durable and at a good price. The 3 star G40+ Butterfly ball produces the best performance at all levels from world class to local play with its perfect roundness, revolutionary full wall thickness on all points around the ball. With spin, bounce and trajectory, it is consistent and reliable. The 3 star G40+ introduces a new standard of celluloid-free balls. Every ball is individually tested to comply with these requirements. With very high durability the 3 star G40+ proves that balls that break quickly with high costs are in the past.

Butterfly (Pack of 3) G40 Plus 3 Star Table Tennis Balls, White,

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