Butterfly Bryce FX
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The High Tension Rubber with a Softer Touch
BRYCE SPEED FX uses the same rubber as BRYCE SPEED but it possesses a softer & more flexible sponge, the effect is greater control.
One of the new generation rubbers produced by High Tension Technology; it is suitable for both club players as well as high level internationals.
Class: Super Speed
Style: High Tension Pimples-in Rubber
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Reviews of Butterfly Bryce FX (20)
Good but not my cup of tea. The rubber is to soft, the speed is to high and the arc is to little. Bit if you like soft speedy rubbers with a low arc it's pretty good and consistent.
Liked it a bit better on the BH than the FH.
I use this rubber on both sides of my blade and it has helped me develop my backhand topspin and FH topsin. With the FX version it is very nice for blocking on both sides and recommend this rubber to a player who is moving through divisions and wants to improve there shots
I liked it when I bought it. Speed was good. Good for topspin. Control was also perfect. But durability was not good. Speed was gone after few months of use.
This rubber would be suitable for intermediate to advanced players. Depending on the user, the rubber can be very fast. However, one who can exercise control would enjoy this rubber. At times it can be quite spinny. I would recommend this rubber to someone who has a rating of at least 1650.
I think this is a good rubber
This rubber best for glued, without it this rubber is really bad for me. almost no grip, slow speed, bad feel. But if glued, this rubber become different. Great speed, more spinny, nice control, nice "click sound" but little bouncy... Btw, in my opinion this is still a good rubber..
Outdated, not spinny, and mushy.
its the best rubber in the world for topspin close to the table im a professional player and y use it
This rubber is good for backhand
I love the way Bryce FX plays! It has amazing characteristics very well rounded and at the same time not. Its a really great rubber but i just can't stand its durability, this rubber could best last you at least 1 to 2 months usually after that it starts to tear and the effects slow down. So if you are a player always buying new rubber Bryce FX is great, not the best for players who want more life on rubbers.
The Butterfly Bryce FX is a soft-sponged variant of the Bryce family, known for their explosive speed and power. Bryce FX is a good rubber unglued, but it is truly a beast when speed glued. It is extremely springy yet retains a high level of control at the same time. However, for legality purposes, I will only be discussing this rubber unglued in this review. Bryce FX is a good rubber for an offensive style game. One of the unique properties of the Bryce family rubbers is the thick topsheet (not the sponge), which makes it difficult for the rubber to "bottom out" during counterlooping far from the table. Even though the Bryce FX is relatively soft, it is great for offensive minded loopers in addition to counter drivers. I would recommend this rubber to intermediate players who feel that they need something more than the Sriver family rubbers but still want to retain a high amount of control. Bryce FX is a classic rubber with High Tension technology, thus it isn't as bouncy as tensors or spring sponge rubbers. The big downside to Bryce FX is the high price (around $45-$50 retail). I personally don't think the high price tag is worth it since speed glue is illegal now and you can get a similar rubber for a lot cheaper. And if you're looking for a fast rubber unglued, look elsewhere. Bryce FX is not that fast when unglued.
My review is based on an untuned Bryce FX. It's quite fast, faster than Sriver and a bit less spinny. Great control and on that point there is a huge difference compared to a tuned one. In my opinion control suffers to much tuned. It gets to bouncy for me.
I like this rubber.
unfortunatly this rubber is completely useless now the glue ban is here! with glue it has a great allroud attacking ability to constantly home in on the table with great pace and kick, but without glue, its as tame as a puppy with no grunt or grip, bryce speed fx maybe the answer.
since I'm a rookie, could not provide precise & concrete data on this rubber, I can speak only metaphorically, in my very inexperienced opinion, is a very good rubber, good behavior, permissive to errors, fast and powerful, and it is durable
It's different touch and feeling for every person for my point of view according to previous comments, but it is a good rubber, without doubts, and has very lasting durability, many mistakes will be allows, it's behaves pretty good
If bryce speed is like a higher throw version of bryce speed fx, then bryce fx is a lower throw version. thats right, it has a even lower throw than bryce speed fx. This rubber is for people who really solid loops. i sometimes use this for my backhand, because it enables for deadly counterloops and high controlled blocks. Its not the best for really spiny, high arc loops, because it has a really low throw angle, and its not terribly tacky, so its not easy to put spin on the ball. In fast rallies, it can be really good because it is very fast. I recommend this mostly to experienced players to really good touch.
A very stable sheet. Its a shame it s not very durable.
Bryce FX is THE best selling rubber in Butterfly's high tension series. The reasons are pretty simple: incredible speed, adequate spin, dangerous low throw, and very good durability. Plus it glues to be a monster. In comparison to a Butterfly classic, Sriver, Bryce FX is simply much faster and livelier. It has a much lower throw angle, making the over the table loop very hard to defend.
Butterfly also delivers Bryce FX with a thick grippy topsheet, making it very easy to serve and loop. The thickness of the topsheet makes its durability very high. A sheet of Bryce FX can easily perform consistently for 4-6 months under heavy use, as oppose to 1-2 month of a tensor rubber. Despite not having any glue effect, the speed of Bryce FX unglued will be adequate for many players.
This rubber will become a classic (if it's not one already)
Had this for a while on my Schlager Carbon. HATED IT. the softer sponge was horrible, and it felt like hitting the ball with a plate of oatmeal.
in order to get speed like an unglued Bryce, I used about 3-5 layers of speed glue (before the ban), and that made the softer sponge even worse.
it may have been my particular sheet, but it was a miserable experience. it was a horrible month before I took it off and never used it again.
this is a great rubber for me personally, it is great glued and the sound is great, it definitely needs glue or CTE,
its especially great for driving and loop kills, i found it OK for slow looping also, a bit on the bouncy side but was OK for the short game after slight adjustment, not the grippiest topsheet but still OK for serving