Butterfly Dignics 05

Butterfly Dignics 05 Rubber
Approx. $ 105 USD
Price $

User Ratings (18)

Speed 9.1
Spin 9.4
Control 8.9
Tackiness 1.9   
Slightly tacky
Weight 5.4   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 7.8   
Medium hard
Gears 8.5   
Many gears
Throw Angle 6.1   
Medium high
Consistency 8.8
Durability 9.7   
Lasts a long time!
Overall 9.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 135
Spin 120
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 14 users using the Butterfly Dignics 05.
Speed: 135
Spin: 120
Hardness: 40
Made in Japan

Reviews (12)

Lololololol  3 weeks ago

New crazy rubber from Butterfly,The Dignics 05, released on 1st April,I bought it on the sixth of July, I am using 2.1mm red on my backhand, at first backhand topspin,it really grips the ball and creates a low to medium trajectory, the ball comes at supreme speed and marvelous spin
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Andrikos96  4 weeks ago

Indeed different - and slightly better - than Tenergies... It's ability to change gears due to the new top sheet is ridiculous. NOT for begginers: these rubbers are unforgiving; if the timing isn't right, the ball just flies off the table.
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VilError  7 days ago

Dignics 05 works like magic. The high tension releases the ball quickly but doesn't make it leave too quickly giving yourself the opportunity to add a very good deal of spin into your shot. The rubber grips very well and it's speed is definitely impressive. Because of the high tension tackiness is evident but very concealed giving it slightly more control. The sponge is pretty hard which gives it great speed but could be very weird if you are transferring from lighter rubbers like I did. Counterlooping with this rubber is super easy but looping is slightly tougher in my opinion. Its very consistent and highly recommend this for defensive attackers. Pushing and chops also work with the rubber but I recommend using tenergy 05 hard for that instead. Blocking with the racquet can be tough but with good angles you can return topspin at dangerous speeds. Overall great rubber and highly recommend using it with other racquets from butterfly. Personally I use the timo boll alc but any racquet with carbon infused wood is good too.
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PMC  2 weeks ago

I tried out this new rubber for a month ahead of the new season, with a view to possible switch. I tried it on both F/H and B/H. I'll not be switching because I believe this rubber is inferior to T80, my current rubber of choice. My blade is the Carbonado 145 with T80s (2.1) both sides. Topspin player both wings - currently playing veterans (at international level). Please note that one's choice of equipment is very personal and unique. What I liked about D05 on first hit is its low arc (like T80 compared with T05) and it has good spin capabilities. Also good for touch play around the net. It is good for backhand spins too but remember that B/H topspin is a relatively easy shot if you're positioned correctly behind the ball, and you move well, which is important. But that's about it with D05. It's much less responsive than T80, especially away from the table, and is generally an unforgiving rubber: in competition play, there is a real risk that you could get pushed around with this rubber. It is not a 'friendly' rubber, like T80, which is responsive and delivers when needed. I would be surprised if Butterfly extend the Dignics line to D80 etc. The overall soft/FX feel to Dignics is a weakness, especially when played on a high quality carbon blade.
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b3n  1 months ago

The main problem I have with it is its short trajectory which makes it almost impossible to play far from the table. You will be blocked off. It seems to grab the ball well, absorb the speed and then rebound back low with good spin. The topsheet grip is incredible. Much better than tenergy. Pushing gives great spin. Touching short is oddly more difficult with this rubber. It is difficult to keep the ball low. I don't have this problem with T05. Blocking is very easy as the ball stays on the bat for a long time. It is more suited to people who play wristy backhands with a lot of spin as the dwell time is a disadvantage to players such as myself who punch flat. Your stroke will need to be very upward like with chinese rubbers (mine is not). It has a nice violent dip when you loop successfully with it. If you play 3rd ball attack, don't buy this rubber. I recommend this to players who play a push and counter game close to the table.
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