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Butterfly Dignics 09C

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Butterfly Dignics 09C vs Butterfly Tenergy 05

The essence is the combination of Spring Sponge X, the advanced version of Spring Sponge which has more elasticity; the uniquely composed top sheet, with strengthened abrasion, proves great resistance on the surface, providing the feeling of holding the ball at impact.

This is even more true with the newest addition to Butterfly's Dignics line, Dignics 09C. Compatible friction and a high level bounce is realised thanks to the synergy effect between the original top sheet and a rather hard Spring Sponge X (a little harder than Tenergy 05 Hard), to bring out the features of a friction rubber while upgrading the High Tension effect. The pimples code No. 209 delivers topspin and defensive play with high amount of spin as well as ease of over-the-table techniques and counter topspin. Dignics 09C, with the upgraded friction High Tension features, guides a player who expects the unique feeling of a friction rubber to new heights. Dignics 09C, Overpowering Evolution.

Surface: Inverted
Speed: 130
Spin: 130
Hardness: 44
Made in Japan



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Reviews of Butterfly Dignics 09C (32)

very good rubber. pressing the sponge is quite hard. but when playing it does not feel hard. if you are used to chinese rubbers, 09c will feel soft. with the same blade compared with mantra h and big dipper 38.
hardest: big dipper > mantra h > 09c
speed: 09c = mantra h > big dipper
spin: 09c > big dipper > mantra h

best rubber i have used so far
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I am very excited to write this review for anyone like me to try D09c. The best rubber I have ever used considering I used D/T for about 10 years! I am a USATT 2100 level player. 70% time, my strategy is backhand open with strong low spin + punch at next ball + two swing loop afterwards. I seldom do a powerful loop.
To me, Rubber is like cars. Normally there are two gears: one is T/D rubber with terrific speed but less short ball control and the other is like sticky H3 with extreme spin without much speed.
When I use T/D, I have strong spin (not much speed/power) in the first open, my opponent normally try to do a soft touching block because counter loop is not quite realistic at similar level as mine. I played with 2700 professional and they could literally counter loop any ball :). Then, the ball is normally short with top spin and normally mid-high. At that time, punching is the natural choice . The problem of T/D is the speed is too much to hold the ball and normally, it will go out immediately and out of the line. D09c is a really beast to handling that case. It is sticky so I could hold the ball much longer and when it touch spring sponge, speed is maintained there. T/D is like a speed beast but before you fully use its potential, the ball is out already. D09c is not that fast but since you could fully use the sponge underneath, the quality is much better than D/T. Besides, due to the sticky surface, short game pushing/serving is much better than T/D series.
That is why I am very excited that D09c is ONLY rubber having TWO gears and highly recommend it !
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I am very excited to write this review for anyone like me to try D09c. The best rubber I have ever used considering I used D/T for about 10 years! I am a USATT 2100 level player. 70% time, my strategy is backhand open with strong low spin + punch at next ball + two swing loop afterwards. I seldom do a powerful loop.
To me, Rubber is like cars. Normally there are two gears: one is T/D rubber with terrific speed but less short ball control and the other is like sticky H3 with extreme spin without much speed.
When I use T/D, I have strong spin (not much speed/power) in the first open, my opponent normally try to do a soft touching block because counter loop is not quite realistic at similar level as mine. I played with 2700 professional and they could literally counter loop any ball :). Then, the ball is normally short with top spin and normally mid-high. At that time, punching is the natural choice . The problem of T/D is the speed is too much to hold the ball and normally, it will go out immediately and out of the line. D09c is a really beast to handling that case. It is sticky so I could hold the ball much longer and when it touch spring sponge, speed is maintained there. T/D is like a speed beast but before you fully use its potential, the ball is out already. D09c is not that fast but since you could fully use the sponge underneath, the quality is much better than D/T. Besides, due to the sticky surface, short game pushing/serving is much better than T/D series.
That is why I am very excited that D09c is ONLY rubber having TWO gears and highly recommend it !
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just want to say this is a one try for backhand. for forehand is decent and average. just almost no spin even on strong stroke only power on backhand. i will be switching to t64 since the better reviews. feels ok and medium tacky but not spinny enough for backhand loop. recommend forehand for intermediate players. do not buy backhand otherwise you will waste your money. Update: Turns out I was just not used to the rubber yet. Works perfect for me now, great balance of spin speed and control except that Im not very strong so I can produce enough speed especially with the high arc but that should not a concern for you guys because you are all so strong. Also might switch to a lighter blade since my rubbers are already heavy. Can someone recommend a lighter inner force blade that works with hard rubbers pls?
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I switched from Tenergy to Dignics, looking for something more than the classic catapult effect of European rubbers. First things first: Dignics 09c is not even remotely tacky: it's much grippier than Tenergy, but calling it a euro/chinese hybrid rubber is far fetched.
I would say this: DURING PRACTICE I immediately fell in love with this rubber: counter loops are a breeze and it's very easy to play attacking shots.
However...I said DURING PRACTICE... The problem is that when you're playing a game, and the pressure is on, the incredible high arc of Dignics does not give you the confidence you need. Or that I need. It's easier to return serves and touch around the net compared to Tenergy, but it's super spin sensitive and passive blocks are not easy. You need to always be ON IT, playing active shots, or you're toast.
The rubber definitely teaches you how to play correctly: if you don't use the right technique, you won't put it on the table. But 90 dollars are way to much for a learning rubber!
Long story short: after a few months I switched to a proper Chinese on my forehand, and to a softer European on my backhand.
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