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Top 10 best Butterfly table tennis rubbers

What are the best Butterfly table tennis rubbers?

Hello. How are you? I’m EmRatThich. Today, let’s talk about the most popular table tennis rubber of Butterfly. Here are the top 10 Butterfly rubbers, based on the YTD $ sales in America during the recent 6 months of sale.

I have also made the list of the top 10 forehand rubber, and the top 10 backhand rubber of all time.


Comparison of the best Butterfly rubbers

Coach EmRatThich has made a chart to compare the best Butterfly rubbers of all time.

Rubber nameRubber typesSpeedSpinHardness
Dignics 05High tension13.51240
Dignics 09CHigh tension131344
Dignics 64High tension141140
Dignics 80High tension13.75
11.7540
RozenaHigh tension1310.835
Tenergy 05High friction1311.536
Tenergy 05fxHigh friction1311.532
Tenergy 05 HardHigh friction1311.543
Tenergy 19High friction13.211.736
Tenergy 25High friction13.251136
Tenergy 25fxHigh friction13.251136
Tenergy 64High friction13.510.536
Tenergy 64fxHigh friction13.510.532
Tenergy 80High friction13.2511.2536
Tenergy 80fxHigh friction13.2511.2532


Top 10 Butterfly rubbers

Here is the list of top 10 Butterfly best rubbers, based on the best sales in the market.

Top 10 Butterfly rubbers based on sales
Top 10 Butterfly rubbers based on sales

 

  • 01 Tenergy 05
  • 02 Dignics 09c
  • 03 Dignics 05
  • 04 Rozena
  • 05 Tenergy 05fx
  • 06 Tenergy 19
  • 07 Tenergy 64
  • 08 Tenergy 05 Hard
  • 09 Dignics 80
  • 10 Tenergy 80

 

Here is the review video. Please watch this review:

Top best 10 Butterfly table tennis rubbers

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01 Tenergy 05

Yes. Tenergy 05 is the best rubber of all time. Released a long time ago, but this rubber is the best. Because it gives the most spin shot in table tennis. This rubber fits very well with ALC blades, like Viscaria or Timo Boll Spirit.

Butterfly Tenergy 05
Butterfly Tenergy 05

It works great for giving a lot of spin to the ball. The number 05 in the name came from the Pimples Code No. 5. Tenergy 05 lets you play all kinds of topspin shots at the table or away from it. It doesn’t need speed glue or boosting to keep its explosive power over the life of the rubber. Table tennis players who are at the top of their game love Tenergy 05.

  • Class: High-Tension Pimples-in
  • Surface: Inverted
  • Speed: 13.0
  • Spin: 11.5
  • Density: 36


02 Dignics 09c

Dignics 09c is the upgraded version of the Tenergy 05. It gives a very high and secure shot. Both Alexis Lebrun, and Felix Lebrun use the Dignics 09c on both backhand side and forehand side. It’s the modern Butterfly rubber, the safest choice right now.

Butterfly Dignics 09c
Butterfly Dignics 09c

This is even more true of the Dignics 09C, the newest model in the line. The original top sheet and a rather hard Spring Sponge X (a little harder than Tenergy 05 Hard) work together to make a rubber with compatible friction and a high level of bounce. This brings out the features of a friction rubber while improving the High Tension effect.It is also easy to do counter topspin. With its improved friction High Tension features, the Dignics 09C takes a player who likes the way a friction rubber feels to new heights.

  • Class: High-Tension Pimples-in
  • Surface: Inverted
  • Speed: 13.0
  • Spin: 13.0
  • Density: 44
Dignics 09c pimple structure
Dignics 09c pimple structure


03 Dignics 05

Adopting the pimples code No. 05, which is known for its high spin performance, the DIGNICS 05 is recommended for players who want to make high-level attacking shots with powerful topspin and counter topspin shots both close to the table and farther away.

Butterfly Dignics 05
Butterfly Dignics 05

Dignics 05 is rather similar to Tenergy 05, but less spin.

  • Class: High-Tension Pimples-in
  • Surface: Inverted
  • Speed: 13.5
  • Spin: 12.0
  • Density: 40


04 Rozena

Rozena is an all round rubber. It’s a good rubber for beginners. But at the high level, it can’t produce enough speed and spin. Rozena improves your game through “forgiveness,” and players who want to get to learn table tennis should use it.

Butterfly Rozena rubber
Butterfly Rozena rubber
Butterfly Rozena rubber
Butterfly Rozena rubber
  • Class: High-Tension Pimples-in
  • Surface:Pips-In
  • Speed: 13.0
  • Spin: 10.8
  • Density: 35


05 Tenergy 05fx

Tenergy 05fx is the softer version of Tenergy 05. For the plastic ball, it lacks power. Tenergy 05-FX offers the same top-sheet as Tenergy 05, but with a softer sponge layer and is best-suited for offensive all-round play.

Tenergy 05fx
Tenergy 05fx
Tenergy 05fx
Tenergy 05fx
Tenergy 05fx
Tenergy 05fx
  • Class: High-Tension Pimples-in
  • Surface: Inverted
  • Speed: 13.0
  • Spin:11.5
  • Density: 32


06 Tenergy 19

Tenergy 19 is rather good, but the pimple structure is too big, so less spin. This rubber is good for hitting, counter style.

Tenergy 19 is the newest rubber in the Tenergy line. It changes the way Tenergy works. With a newly designed top sheet, the Tenergy 19 is able to produce more speed and spin than the Tenergy 05.

Tenergy 19
Tenergy 19

When used with Spring Sponge, this rubber sheet has more dwell time, especially when strong and precise attacks are used. But Tenergy 19 rubber also works well for passive shots, like blocking your opponent’s strong hits.

  • Surface: Inverted
  • Speed: 13.2
  • Spin: 11.7
  • Hardness: 36


07 Tenergy 64

This is the best backhand rubber. Zhang Jike was using Tenergy 64 as his backhand rubber. It provides a lower throw angle than the Tenergy 05, hence faster. If you use your backhand to attack more forward, then you should use Tenergy 64.

Tenergy 64
Tenergy 64

Spring Sponge Technology is made possible by the way the air bubbles in the sponge are arranged and the thin bumps on the highly flexible surface. This makes it possible to play topspin with a lot of rotation.The Tenergy 64 is the best attack rubber because it is the fastest of all the Tenergy rubbers.

Tenergy 64
Tenergy 64
Tenergy 64
Tenergy 64
  • Class: High-Tension Pimples-in
  • Surface: Inverted
  • Speed: 13.5
  • Spin: 10.5
  • Density: 36


08 Tenergy 05 Hard

Tenergy 05 Hard is the harder version of the Tenergy 05. This rubber fits very well with the plastic ball.

The new Tenergy 05 Hard rubber has a stiffer sponge than the original Tenergy 05 rubber. This gives it more power. Even though it still has the great “Spring Sponge” feel, the hard sponge responds better to harder hits, giving you more power.

Tenergy 05 Hard
Tenergy 05 Hard
Tenergy 05 Hard
Tenergy 05 Hard
Tenergy 05 Hard
Tenergy 05 Hard
Tenergy 05 Hard
Tenergy 05 Hard
  • Class: High-Tension Pimples-in
  • Surface: Inverted
  • Speed: 13.0
  • Spin: 11.5
  • Density: 43


09 Dignics 80

I don’t really like the pimple structure of the Dignics 80. It can’t produce enough spin.

The key is the combination of Spring Sponge X, which is an improved version of Spring Sponge and has more elasticity. The top sheet is made in a way that makes it resistant to abrasion and gives you the feeling of holding the ball when you hit it.

Dignics 80
Dignics 80
Dignics 80
Dignics 80
Dignics 80
Dignics 80

DIGNICS 80 is recommended for all-around players who want to score more points in any play area. It uses pimples code No. 180, which has a good balance between spin and speed.

  • Class: High-Tension Pimples-in
  • Surface: Inverted
  • Speed: 13.75
  • Spin: 11.75
  • Density: 40


10 Tenergy 80

Tenergy 80 is a good all round rubber. But I don’t like it. Not enough speed, the spin is average.

Tenergy 80
Tenergy 80
Tenergy 80
Tenergy 80
Tenergy 80
Tenergy 80

Tenergy 80 is the perfect mix of speed and spin. Even faster than Tenergy 05, and just as fast as Tenergy 25. Tenergy 80 lets you play all-around topspin, attack, and defend, no matter how you play.

  • Class: High-Tension Pimples-in
  • Surface: Inverted
  • Speed: 13.25
  • Spin: 11.25
  • Density: 36

You can read more about the best rubbers on my blog, pingsunday.com.

See you in the next video.



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