Easy-To-Handle Rubber For Developing Players
A flexible topsheet on a soft sponge produces good spin with moderate speed and exceptional control.
Perfect for the beginning player and those relying on variation of speed and spin to force errors from the opponent.
Style: Pimples-in Rubber
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Reviews of Butterfly Flextra (41)
This rubber is very suitable for beginners or people who are getting their first custom bat. The rubber is very soft and the speed is slower than other Butterfly rubbers. The spin is decent with a grippy top sheet and the control is also decent.
Bought this as premade racket around MYR120. Good rubber to start with. Speed is slow, but control very good. A bit tacky and the spin was ok. Used it for few years, help you to improve a lot as u have to put effort,generate the swing. Now change to DHS H3, and flextra really a good starter before switching to H3.
8.3/10 for ALL style. FH: Butterfly Spin Art, 1.9mm, 50g (0.241g/cm^2), 48 degrees (Shore A). BH: Butterfly Flextra, 1.9mm, 38g (0.183g/cm^2), 32 degrees (Shore A). Blade: Stiga Allround Classic, 80g, 158mm x 151mm x 5.1mm (Width x Height x Thickness). Plies: 5 (Wood): Limba - Ayous - Ayous - Ayous - Limba.
I think the problem with my Flextra is the blade,a cheap 5 ply Butterfly blade once called Yuki An. Mine are 1.7 and be sure every hit of your play goes on the table. You can shot precision hits and be sure at higher thickness you'll have a rubber you can play with at every level. The only problem it's quite smooth, and if you shoot lightly against cut shots lots of balls will get in the net. But tried it and Sriver I prefer Flextra for its lightness and despite it's untacky you can generate a good spin with it even with the new balls. It's cheap and quite durable
My Flextra came with a Butterfly Dao premade racket. This is a traditional penhold racket. Eventually I put a DHS Hurricane 3 Neo on the black side and used the Flextra as the BH rubber to learn the RPB. After about 3 or 4 months, my RPB has gotten pretty consistent.
This is a very slow rubber, but can produce enough spin and has good control. This makes the rubber good for learning your technique. It's slow for FH attacks though.