Hezziol on 5/7/2015
Good for a new players. I was used this 1 year but when i switch this rubber im so better
kiantat on 12/26/2014
Previously used it on both side on Stiga Rosewood NTC VII penhold blade. Bad for forehand and ok backhand rpb.
For forehand, totally lack speed but spin is ok.
For backhand rpb, speed and spin is ok.
The only really good thing about this rubber is it light weight.
Amigo on 2/24/2016
Typical Butterfly packing with paper protection over rubber. Not classy like Xiom but ok. Rubber has soft sponge which is light orange and pink in color, relatively porous. Overall rubber has a very light and grippy feel to it.
Spin and speed:
Well ok… no much to be honest here. This rubber, in my opinion, is made for recreational player or very beginner in TT. As far as I know it goes with some Butterfly premade paddles. Don’t get me wrong please you can still play with this rubber but for example I would consider Palio CJ 8000 much more serious rubber then Flextra. There is some spin and speed still. Grip on the top sheet is very good.
Who should use this:
If you want to get your kid into TT then you can put this on his or hers paddle, if you play once per month you can put it on your paddle… I think you get the picture here.
Have fun and enjoy TT.
Astragal 11 months ago
I think the problem with my Flextra is the blade,a cheap 5 ply Butterfly blade once called Yuki An. Mine are 1.7 and be sure every hit of your play goes on the table. You can shot precision hits and be sure at higher thickness you'll have a rubber you can play with at every level. The only problem it's quite smooth, and if you shoot lightly against cut shots lots of balls will get in the net. But tried it and Sriver I prefer Flextra for its lightness and despite it's untacky you can generate a good spin with it even with the new balls. It's cheap and quite durable
kayuhkuat on 12/26/2017
The cheapest butterfly rubber imo. Will suit allround style player. A good rubber to start that have the brand and made in japan too.