Butterfly Sriver G2 FX
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Butterfly is proud to introduce a soft-sponge version of the new Sriver G2, the G2 FX. Finally there is a rubber for the technical offensive players that features Butterfly’s High Tension Technology. Great glue sound, explosive spin and speed, this is the perfect rubber for most all-round attacking players. Until now, most High Tension Rubbers were designed for all-out power players. Now the players who like to win points through variable spin play have their own High Tension Weapon, Sriver G2 FX.
The new SRIVER G2, powered by Butterfly’s High Tension technology.
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Reviews of Butterfly Sriver G2 FX (22)
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This is probably my favourite rubber. I tried a lot of stuff, like tensors, chinese rubbers, but when I go back to G2 FX I always play better. The point is the rubber isn't really the best in anything, but it's very good in everything. And it's also very easy to play and play competitively.
I used it before in the backhand of a Cpen blade and love it. Now I changed style and use it on a Jpen blade (Darker Speed 70, 10mm). I picked a 2.1mm instead of MAX thickiness. Max doesn't give much touch compared to 2.1mm. And speed is not a problem since my blade is very fast.
Weight is another good from this rubber, it's very light compared to Bryce, Sriver or Mark V.
I don't see any cons of G2 FX if you use a fast blade. However, if you pick a light, 5-ply soft blade such as Extra or Allround Classic, this rubber might not give power enough on high speed exchanges.
I highly recommend G2 FX to any player who wants to play consistently. Sure I will buy it again.
Blade Used: Photino and Keyshot Light
Glued?: Yes and No
Tried using this rubber on a Photino and Keyshot Light and on both, gives very consistent performance. It's not overly bouncy but loops are quite easy to execute. Chops and blocks are a breeze with very good control. It's not Sriver of course in control, but it has that Sriver-like feel to it.
2nd week using this rubber, used them glued using Fair Chack. the performance changes are pretty obvious and I'm getting more speed and spin on it, plus a decent popping sound to boot.
The rubber is quite light and as with all other butterfly rubbers, durability is not a concern.
This rubber is a looping monster. Very spinny(mechanical wise) and good control. The topsheet is rather hard though.
It took me more than a year to find out that I liked it so much I rated it 9/10 for my BH as I believe 10/10 the perfect rubber does not exist.
It excels in control and recieves serves, blocks, pushes, chops, flicks, loops, drives quite well, infact does all pretty well. Not really fast which translates to better control and accuracy. I consider it a control rubber and for my game at the moment, I consider it the Best BH Rubber in the World
This is first rubber that I used on a ALL+ J-pen for about 2 months. This is good rubber for looping and spins. A little less speed and spin than tenergy but tenergy might be too fast for some people (especially a beginner).
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