Easy-To-Handle Rubber For Attack
• A rubber for controlled offensive strokes.
• Sapphira is an all-round rubber that makes your offensive strokes more powerful.
• A wide range of players, from beginners to veterans, will find Sapphira an advanced rubber for the modern all-round strategy.
Style: Pimples-in Rubber
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Reviews of Butterfly Sapphira (5)
Surprisingly this cheap Sapphira can play like the normal DHS Harricane except it was lack of speed that can kill the opponent especially close to the table game where giving chance to the opponent to attack however in contrast if you loop hard enough it may create the opportunity for you to attack. With this price tag please do not expect too much from this rubber but using for training purposes it works well for you. Also, I found it only suitable to use for the forehand if you put it on the backhand it does not generate the power to kill your opponent. Therefore, do not expect with lesser strokes to end the game.
very good rubber better than mark v and globe 999t
good for blocks and punches. got one on my amultart zlc. its controllable but the speed is there when you need it, maybe its because of my blade too. reliable both close and far from the table game especially for blocks and counters,. not reactive to spinny serves. like an anti. which is a good thing for returns, but a bad news if you are to loop a heavy underspin ball.
a bit more offensive potential than the normal sriver, looping is easier, heavyer than the norm is for rubbers like this but even though sponge is soft, it has many gears: blocks go short, kills are faster than you would expect. at priced at only 30 USD a sheet, it is butterflys 3rd most sensibly priced product, flextra being 1st and feint soft( for me) is the 2nd.
very good rubber for looping