Butterfly Spin Art
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High Friction High Tension Rubber With Strengthened Bounce
Spring Spong technology combined with a hard sponge and a sticky top-sheet make this a very dynamic rubber.
Class: Super Spin
Style: High Friction High Tension Pimples-in Rubber
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Reviews of Butterfly Spin Art (29)
9.6/10 for ALL style. FH/BH: Butterfly Spin Art, 1.9mm, 50g (0.246g/cm^2), 48 degrees (Shore A). Blade: Tibhar IV-L Balsa, 70g, 157mm x 150mm x 7mm (Width x Height x Thickness). Plies: 5 (Wood): Ayous - Ayous - Balsa - Ayous - Ayous.
I use spin art 1.7 at my backhand for control and to kill the third ball near the net. On my forehand I use tenergy 05 hard. I used to play with tenergy's at my backhand but they are to sensitive for incoming spin and weird services. I changed to shriver original and that helped a lot. I missed the spin though. So now I am using spin art. You have to get used to spin art because you have to brush the ball. You need a good technique. If you don't have good technique do not try this rubber. Forehand strokes and backhand strokes differs from each other. This is my strategy with the modern ball. Hard rubbers are the way to go forget soft rubbers.
Spin (Chinese Style): 10
Weight: 51g in 2.1 (0.252g/cm^2)
Hardness (DHS): 48
Fast Loop: 9.9
Slow Loop: 10
Counter Loop: 9.6
Available Sponge Thickness: 1.9/2.1
Ratings for 1.9mm. Spin Art is a very hard rubber with a medium tacky surface. Compared to Tenergy 05 it is has more gears, low gear is slower for touch shots and high gear is fast for loops or smashes. I have used Spin Art 1.9 on the backhand of Timo Boll ZLC and Timo Boll ZLF. It weights about 49g cut in 1.9. Chops are loaded with spin. Backhand loop is direct, fast and with lots of rotation. Service receive is better than with Tenergy or Rasanter - the rubber grabs the ball and slows it down due to tackiness. Service receive is why I switched to Spin Art since it is often what decides the point - if you pop the ball even a little too high and your opponent is decent then they will kill the 3rd ball. With Spin Art I have more control over the ball placement, speed and rotation so I win more points because I can vary my shots so that my opponent is less likely to know what I am going to do. When attacking, Spin Art is especially deadly with off the bounce top spin close to the table. The rubber doesn't really bottom out because it's very hard, even harder than Nittaku Hurricane 3 Pro Turbo. Durability is similar to tenergy, the edges break off easily. Dwell time is short on soft shots so it's better to be active. Keep moving!