Butterfly Tenergy 05-FX
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Tenergy 05 FX - Softer “Spring Sponge” Gives Better Control
TENERGY has proved to be an outstanding success, combining High Tension Technology with “Spring Sponge”. TENERGY has risen to the top of the charts; now there is a further development which maintains high performance levels with greater control. TENERGY 05-FX combines High Tension Technology with a softer version of “Spring Sponge”.
TENERGY 05-FX is the perfect answer for players who seek heavy topspin and superb control.
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Reviews of Butterfly Tenergy 05-FX (55)
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Great alternative for players who think Tenergy 05 is so hard and not easy to control. It has the same great spin potential as 05 but is not so fast, is not too bouncy. Better overall control and easier short play and play above the table.
This fx not suit me. Not today. Maybe onother day.. Feel like dead rubber. Prefer fh t05, bh t64, feel alive. Just my personal view.
This is a very good backhand rubber. But to make the most of the rubber you must have a very good technique.
The rubber is fast, spinny and has a lot of control.
Going through my 2nd sheet of this rubber, I can say that it is for players who have experience with applying topspin. This is an awesome rubber,I strongly recommend it :D
The top sheet of 05 FX is different from 05 - it's not just the sponge that is different. FX top sheet has a thicker surface, shorter pips and it is softer - this makes it slower. The main reason to use FX over harder Tenergy is the weight, which is 3-4g less. Pushing and blocking is easier, but power loops don't have as much speed.
Top Sheet Thickness: Average (1.68mm).
Surface Thickness: Average (0.79mm).
Pip Length: Average (0.89mm).
Pip Width: Average (1.66mm).
Pip Spacing: Very Dense (0.61mm).
Sponge Hardness: Medium-Soft.
Top Sheet Hardness: Medium.
Weight (Max): Average (45g, 0.22g/cm^2).
I'm really impressed by this rubber, playing it in 1.7 mm/FH. It's fast (maybe a bit too fast for me, tbh) but easily controllable. I'd say its base speed is not very high but when you hit harder it gets really speedy, especially away from the table. The amount of spin I can generate with it is tremendous, got no other rubber like this. It's absolutely not for beginners, though, you have to have your angles and movements right. I find it quite hard to lift backspin shots. I'll keep this rubber in mind for when I play better.
Awesome rubber i can literally do anything with this rubber except for flat hitting(which with proper training should not be a problem).Ball just flies off the bat so no need to exert force the spring sponge will do it for you..you just have to give it proper parabolic trajectory and boom the ball goes very fast and bouncy.Your opponents will be caught off gaurd gauranteed .This rubber i can suggest mainly for backhand since its very unforgiving
This is the best rubber of even for speed players, best top-spin, best controll, absolutely stunning!!!
Everything it's better except flat hitting, but after a little bit training overcomes this obstacle
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