master_f on 12/2/2014
For beginner's only, not good for gambling, lol....
loopybat on 11/6/2009
Like quite a few Butterfly rubbers, this is very slow and i can kinda feel the ball hitting the blade when i hit. Not very tacky but gives reasonable spin... As always, this rubber looses its spin in round about 3 months with continual use... But it would be very suitable for newbies or controlled defenders.
ianworz on 9/22/2009
This rubber is totally suitable for the all-round game. To me, it felt pretty similar to Mark V or one of the classic rubber variations. It excells at nothing but has no great weakness.
wind_comm on 9/24/2008
Butterfly says this rubber was designed for Chinese-style close-table attacking.
it's okay. it's not an overwhelmingly fast rubber like a Bryce, but rather, it's very quick. the ball doesn't sit in the sponge at all and rebounds. it doesn't seem fast because you're not using the same complete-body motion as a handshake attack (if you're using the rubber correctly) and the feeling is rather poor, but the control is okay.
this rubber is a collection of contradictions. it's not fast but quick, no feel but okay control. I'm not quite sure what to make of this rubber, but I don't think Butterfly really did either.