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Butterfly Tackiness Chop II

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4.5/5

Friction Rubber Good at Spinning

This is the advanced version of Tackiness Chop, which has been popular among choppers for years.

Creates tons of spin and a little more offense than Tackiness Chop.

Class: Super Spin
Surface: Inverted
Style: High Friction Pimples-in Rubber

Speed: 75
Spin: 100
Hardness: 41


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Pros

  • The Tackiness Chop 2 is highly recommended for modern defenders due to its ability to make sharp chops and spiny serves. It also performs well in counterattacking heavy spin and chopping far from the table.
  • This rubber provides excellent control and effectiveness, particularly for all-round players. It is capable of producing heavy pushes and chops, and although it is slower than modern tensor-like rubbers, it is excellent for classical defense.
  • The Tackiness Chop 2 is durable and produces a lot of spin, making it suitable for both all and def style. It is considered the best rubber for chopping, especially when combined with a defensive blade. It can last for about 20 months with excellent spin production.

Cons

  • Despite its effectiveness, the Tackiness Chop 2 requires a wide arm swing to produce fast/medium-fast counter spin. This could be a disadvantage for players who prefer a more compact swing.
  • Although it is a good defensive rubber, it is considered too slow for modern defense. This could limit its effectiveness for players who rely on speed in their defensive play.
  • The Tackiness Chop 2 is not easily available online, particularly in the 1.5mm and 1.7mm thicknesses that are ideal for deadly chops and high control. This could make it difficult for players to purchase this rubber.

Reviews of Butterfly Tackiness Chop II (17)

I have used this rubber with 1.5 and 1.7 mm thickness. Rubber is well controlled and it doesn't let you to make unforced errors on the short game or when you are chopping from away the table. Very well defensive rubber. However this rubber can't attack at all. It has okay counter looping, very well backspin but inadequate spin for looping. I recommend this rubber for defensive players only.
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very nice rubber for choppers.
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I think tackiness chop 2 is better than tackiness chop. Tackiness chop 2 is better to make a sharp chop and also to make a spiny serve. Chopping far from table and counterattacking heavy spin are also very suitable with this rubber. Very recommended rubber for modern defender.
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A very good defensive rubber. Pushes and chops are really heavy. Looping is also good but quite slow, especially compared to modern tensor-like rubbers. I'd say this rubber is too slow for modern defense but excellent for classical defense.
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As an allround player, i put 1.9 on for FH, after an Off rubber on my FH it seems quite slow but effective i have more control and my FH chops are effective as my BH. Only negative point is i have to swing my arm wide; when i want to produce fast/medium-fast counter spin.
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