Butterfly Bryce Speed FX
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BRYCE SPEED With Higher Control
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
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Reviews of Butterfly Bryce Speed FX (33)
Great backhand rubber. Good quality as usual for Butterfly products. Medium throw, medium spin, above average speed. Maybe just a bit too soft but still not mushy. Less pace than Tenergy series, more linear than tensor rubbers.
SUPERB Speed, but the rubber doesn't meet the requirements of my playing style..
i think bryce speed fx is a great rubber for forehand its speed is good and control also is good it is a slightly spinny i like the rubber it was good playing with this
I've tried this for a few weeks (beginning end of Jan 2013) on both sides (b/hand 2.1 and f/hand 1.9) on a classic Stiga carbon blade. Played with original Bryce before (in my view, the best every rubber, even in the post-speed glue era). Bryce Speed FX has soft feel but very fast with decent spin and good touches (more controllable than Bryce Speed). However, I've been disapponted with it on b/hand and reverted to original Bryce on that side, which allows better control and therefore more spin and placement. Very happy now with original Bryce on b/hand (2.1) and Bryce Speed FX 1.9 on f/hand. Note that all Bryce rubbers are low-medium throw angle - these are designed for good technique players who impart speed and spin themselves from the legs up (a bit like "players' tennis rackets", where the players must make the effort). High throw rubbers like Tenergy, which I've tried and didn't like, seem to compensate for poor technique in modern players, where there appears to be heavy reliance on the rubber itself to produce speed and spin, which is worrying for the game of table tennis.
At first I thought this rubber will be very fast and hard to control, but I was wrong! It has sufficient power but it also provides good control because of its soft sponge. Throw angle is obviously low. However, Tenergy 64 is still better for a backhand rubber. Overall, this is a very good rubber.
Really fast rubber generating more spin than original Bryce Speed. It has a soft sponge really but it doesn't mean it has a lack of controll. It's lifetime is significantly longer comapring to Bryce (rated "lats longer than average"). I'd say it's a good choice for universal attackers, it provides a variable game.
Whoa - this rubber can do things I can't. Couldn't be happier with it.
Killer like a viper. Fast and merciless.
one of the best tt rubbers!
best FX tempo, best feeling, very good control but for me not enough spin!
buy it if you are an aggressive two winged offensive player who likes softer rubbers!!!
Butterfly Bryce speed FX not faster than Butterfly Bryce speed ... because of sponge haedness is very soft and cause to reduce the speed little bit.
It is more controllability.
generally, if you try to use it , you will like it.
Great rubber. Ball stays incredible low and charges forward when playing topspin. Blocking is out of this world, best rubber I have ever used for blocking, the harder faster and spinnier the ball is hit the faster it goes back with plenty of control over the shot. When pushing or playing soft blocks against short serves it seems to send the ball back with very little spin because the ball is not sinking into the rubber with these shots, I win a lot of points by just touching a spinny serve back leaving the opponet nothing to work with. The spin is produces with shots that make the ball sink into the sponge, this rubber is more mechanical spin that friction spin meaning that a player can produce high spin and speed during a powerful rally [when ball sinks in] but not have to work hard to control spinny serves [when ball does not sink in]. I would recommend this as a backhand rubber for power spin and offensive block, blocking powerful spinny loops is easy with this rubber, in fact, it's a pleasure. Looping against chop with backhand takes the best technique as it's a lot harder to do because of the extremely low throw angle.
pros:fastest FX version, good control with a nice feeling for offensive player who likes fast and soft rubbers and often play in middistance or distance!
cons: this rubber hasnt much spin and a very low throw angle!
I am giving it -1 , not 10 , because 1 pair of 1.9 was not identical like previus 1.9 or 2.1 I have tried.
Last pair has much harder sponge and effect is loss of touch , control and speed.
And one more -1 becouse 1pair=70 euro.
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