Butterfly Cermet

Butterfly Cermet Rubber
Approx. $ 43 USD
Price $

User Ratings (10)

Speed 8.6
Spin 8.2
Control 8.3
Tackiness 0.9   
Completely non-tacky
Weight 2.8   
Sponge Hardness 4.0   
Gears 8.3   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 2.9   
Medium low
Consistency 10.0
Durability 7.8   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.9 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 11
Spin 9.2
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 5 users using the Butterfly Cermet.

Reviews (6)

riker71  on 6/9/2012

A very good allround attacking rubber, used 1.9mm FH on Jonyer-H Blade. Loops, topspins have plenty of kick and heavy spin, and serves have heavy spin. Quite light. Excellent rubber, one of the best of Butterfly current lineup. I switched to Mark V recently as I can get for much less for similar performance but still rate this as a very good rubber.
Anonymous  on 1/15/2011

This rubber was perfect for me when I still used speed glue, without this it simply lacks speed.
Anonymous  on 12/4/2009

I started using this rubber on my forehand and am now using it on my backhand as well. It's great for looping ,serves and smashing. I highly reccomend it !!!!!
lomar  on 11/16/2009

Love this rubber. I've tried many rubbers over the years and this is the one that I keep coming back to and that I've found to be the most consistent and balanced rubber with good power I've played with. On my forehand it gives me the speed, spin, and control I need to loop with ease both underspin and topspin. It also is good on smashes and flat hits. The short game is excellent too. It can produce massive spin if you try and great speed when necessary. This is my rubber of choice and is underrated amongst many players.
jpingchow123  on 10/4/2009

Cermet is an interesting feel rubber, it's a fast rubber with good spin on it. Very easy to use. Looping with this is very generous.

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