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Butterfly Feint Long III

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Long Pimpled Rubber with Amazing Variety of Spins

Designed for the aggressive chopper, Feint Long III features a softer more flexible top sheet combined with a softer sponge.

The result is a long pips-out rubber ideal for long range heavy chopping strokes with maximum control.

Class: Long Pips-Out
Surface: Pips-Out
Style: Long Pimpled Rubber

Speed: 60
Spin: 40
Hardness: 25

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Reviews of Butterfly Feint Long III (28)

This pips is really to play and hard to master. There is no reversal, and no deception at all but if you touch the ball it goes on the table with this unbelievable control. You cant miss a shot but almost none of your opponent will be disturbed by your spin. If you want to play it, you must place your shots perfectly on the line (cf : Ruwen Filus).
You can start to learn defense with it but once you are comfortable with defense just swap to curl p1r, an overall better pips. Play it really far from the table and be confident with your footwork to get every balls because it will always come back. At the table, you can use it less good version of short pips.
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The best long pip rubber for long-distance chopping. With sponge it is dead, and requires a lot of wrist and shoulder action to get the maximum out of it. It is very controllable and consistent, so chop away and chop hard! Not good around the table (too dead), hits well with the 1.1mm and 1.3mm versions, not a disruptive pip by any means, and lasts a long time. The question as ever with Butterfly products is whether it is worth the money when there are cheaper alternatives (Spinlord Agenda and TSP Curl 4 are the main ones for this type of long pip)? The answer is yes but only if you play against high-quality loopers on a regular basis and learn how to use it effectively (or at least not to put yourself at a disadvantage by netting the ball or serving up sitters). Ruwen Filus is an example of how to use this thing. I currently have it glued to Donic Appelgran AllPlay, but will switch back to Agenda next time I change rubbers to enjoy the slightly thinner sponge and livelier properties.
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Obviously one of the best defensive rubbers in the market. Ideal for heavy chopping and controlled returns, only lacks the reversal and deception needed to baffle your opponent so it is meant for high level players
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Good defense
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I've been playing with fl2, fl3, and p1r lately, trying to evaluate the differences for myself. Personally I find this to be the slowest(deadest) of the three. The sponge really can take the pace off from hard shots, I like that I can chop hard without fear of going off the table. This is very grippy for a lp, you can push heavy backspin into the net if you are not careful. At the table I was disturbed at first that my blocks went very high (again likely due to grip) but also landed shallow. I found that adding forward momentum on chop blocks remedied this quickly and is actually a very devious shot in games. It's hard to evaluate spin with lp because are we talking about spin reversal or ability to add spin? Clearly this is not a spin-reversal type pip but I feel like spin manipulation is strong with this rubber. Most importantly for me is the chop feel (tested on JSH blade with 1.1 sponge). I found the rubber forgiving on the chop and probably suits a steady consistent chopping game. Also as a plus I find it one of the easier lps to attack loose balls with. Worth a try!
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