Butterfly Yuki

Butterfly Yuki Rubber
Approx. $ 30 USD
Price $

User Ratings (14)

Speed 6.6
Spin 6.8
Control 7.9
Tackiness 7.1   
Weight 4.2   
Sponge Hardness 5.1   
Gears 3.0   
Throw Angle 3.3   
Consistency 7.8
Durability 6.6   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 7.1 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No

Reviews (10)

vicstops  on 12/20/2016

This rubber is a very good starting off rubber. I let it sit in a box for 5 years and is just now starting to lose its grip.
peyman  on 10/19/2018

I was fool enough to buy this racket from "star_sports" in eBay; please dont buy this from them. This is definitely a defeat: I bought a "LKT Recoil" table tennis racket in Toronto 8 years ago for $20 which is WAY better than the new "Butterfly Yuki" that I got from "star_sports" in eBay (no judgment for other eBay sellers).
Jaeiko  on 10/18/2015

This rubber comes with Butterfly premade rackets, depending on the version the sponge is different, in BTY TBC201 iis a super soft sponge without speed but a lot of control, I had a TBC401 and the Yuki version in this racket is the perfect starter rubber, good amount of speed and control, a tacky and medium grip topsheet that allows you to generate a good amount of spin
aNoPHeLeS  on 4/6/2015

Perfect starter rubber - comes on Butterfly premeds. Has everything needed to learn the basics. A definite step up from cheap $5 bats. Yuki rubber has a bit of spin, quite light. Control biased to help you get shots in. Tacky enough to pickup a ball on the bottom though that fades after a couple of weeks. Will be good for a fairly flat, accuracy based play - drives, pushes, smashes. Once you get to the point of topspin loops you know it'll be time to upgrade. Comes with a bat cover to keep the rubber new. Lasted me 2-3 years of casual play.
DaCastle  on 11/23/2014

Bought this rubber on a pre-made bat after I had learned to play with a faster/harder rubber, hoping for added control at the same speed I was use to playing at. This rubber is on the softer end, so it is east to control counters and pushes. Good for slow looping, but as of yet haven't found a stroke angle that works for aggressive forehand strokes. I would definitely recommend this rubber if being used on a pre-made bat that's under $30 and if your skill level currently consists of the vast majority of your shots being backhand pushes, as you can develop strokes at low speed.

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