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Butterfly Tenergy 25

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TENERGY: Excellent for Attacking and Controlled Play near the Table

• Powered by Spring Sponge Technology and with pimples of a larger diameter than other rubbers, Tenergy 25 creates dynamic attacks for close-to-the-table play.
• Spring Sponge Technology is produced by the unique format of air bubbles within the sponge and the thin pimples of the highly flexible surface, enable dynamic topspin play with heavy rotation.
• Adept at drop-shots, flicks, short pushes and quick counter attacks, Tenergy 25 is perfect for close-to-the table play.
• Within the Tenergy Family of rubbers, all styles of play can benefit from this new technology

Class: Super Speed
Surface: Inverted
Style: High Tension Pimples-in Rubber

Speed: 132.5
Spin: 110
Hardness: 36

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Reviews of Butterfly Tenergy 25 (46)

Amultart (86g)+ T05 2.1 + T25 2.1. The blade is important when reviewing a rubber. Amultart is Hinoki/ZLC (outer but with a thick top wood).T25 was good as FH for counter, block, sharp attack, smash, push and serve. The throw angle is enough OK to open on underspin balls in FH and BH. In BH, it is good for chikita, for safe block and receive. This rubber works well closed to the table. At mid distance, the ball is a bit short (T80 is better in that case). The ball is not flying. I think Niwa Koki was using this combinaison in 2012, but I am not sure. Of course, this kind of combinaison demands a good technique and footworks to be in front of the ball ... If you are a bit lazy with legs, just go for D09C 2.1 or hard rubbers (52 to 54). I think that T19 is closed to T25.
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Ive written a review here in 2010 and got upset wirh table tennis and the plastic ball in 2014, but since I lost a lot of weight and my knee doesn`t hurt, I`m back in Business and after some trials, I got back to my old love: The T 25! There is no other rubber like this. You may not like it, but if you do there`s no replacement. The best word to describe the feeling when you play it is chunky. Its the only rubber I know in the field of true high tech rubbers, when it comes to versatility and control. It`s purely wonderful at everything, except maybe lifting underspin, but since that is one of my favourite balls, I don`t mind at all. That would actually be the only trait from the T 05 I woukd prefer. I cannot recommend it as the FX Version though. That`s completely different. It is absolutely a must trie, because there`s nothing like it and if it`s only for the sake of the experience. Last thing I want to say: a defensive player I know played it for two years and it still was putting tons of spin in the ball.
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This is the control version of tenergy, not as fast as the other but you get amazing control
Spin is good, you get of it enough to finish a point but their are spinner rubbers out there and same with speed
Control is perfect with this
Chops and block or basically a modern defensive game with this is really good
I think Ill stick with the 25 for now as it suits my game
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9.6/10 for OFF style. FH: Yasaka Rising Dragon, 2.2mm, 53g (0.26g/cm^2), 52 degrees (ESN), 39.5 degrees (Shore A). BH: Butterfly Tenergy 25, 2.1mm, 53g (0.256g/cm^2), 36 degrees (Shore A). Blade: Galaxy T-11+, 72g, 158mm x 151mm x 7mm (Width x Height x Thickness). Plies: 7 (5 Wood + 2 Composite): Limba - Limba - Carbon - Balsa - Carbon - Limba - Limba.
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Using 1.8mm red on Butterfly Mazunov blade for 6 month. Playing close to a table. Good angle from a block. Great spin and awesome smashes! Love how fast this combo works. Playing very consistent with it and because of that rubbers durability is relative low(compared to other rubbers). After 4 month (3 times a week for 3-4hours) center of the rubber is worn out. However, I will buy it again.
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