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Butterfly Sriver FX

$28.87
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4.0/5

SRIVER With Outstanding Stability

Sriver FX combines the traditional Sriver rubber surface with a softer, more elastic sponge layer.

This combination allows the ball to sit on the rubber surface a little longer to generate more spin.

Class: All-Round
Surface: Inverted
Style: Pimples-in Rubber

Speed: 100
Spin: 80
Hardness: 33


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Pros

  • The rubber is perfect for beginners, offering good control and moderate speed, making it ideal for learning topspin technique.
  • The rubber is excellent for blocking, chopping, smashing, serving, and counter looping, offering versatility in play.
  • The rubber is durable and offers good value for money, lasting for years with minimal maintenance.

Cons

  • The rubber's speed and spin are significantly reduced without speed glue, affecting its performance.
  • The rubber's softness can make it difficult to control the ball and keep it low and aggressive during fast rallies.
  • The rubber's performance deteriorates significantly after a few months of use, with the grip disappearing and making the rubber too bouncy.

Reviews of Butterfly Sriver FX (47)

Too dull for any propper form topspin. Very spin insensitive, only nice thing i found is the chop block. It removes the pace like long pips. 5/10 not very good I.M.P
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I would say this rubber is not good for any style because of soft sponge with soft sponge you can not produce enough power. Next you should know that in last years we changed from celluloid ball to 40+ plastic ball that means it is now harder to win by just spin - you need more power in your shots but with soft sponge you can not produce it. and the main thing this rubber was created in 1967 that means it is not created for the new trends if you are a beginner you should start with hard rubber remember soft rubber means weak rubber in case of that you can not produce enough spin speed and power if this review was not helpful please contact with me. Also sorry if my English is bad I am from Poland
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Use this rubber on my backhand... Excelent rubber to block spin.. For those who have problem with backhand block to the opponent's spin coz ur return too long, this rubber suit U.. Simply good rubber for beginner to intermediate.. Spin is also ok.. Even not as good as tenergy 05.. I would say this is a good defensive backhand rubber
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8.6/10 for OFF style. FH: Butterfly Sriver EL, 2.1mm, 42g (0.204g/cm^2), 35 degrees (Shore A). BH: Butterfly Sriver FX, 2.1mm, 40g (0.195g/cm^2), 33 degrees (Shore A). Blade: Stiga Rosewood NCT V, 93g, 158mm x 151mm x 6.2mm (Width x Height x Thickness). Plies: 5 (Wood + NCT): Rosewood - Ayous - Ayous - Ayous - Rosewood.
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Worst rubber i have ever used
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