Butterfly Tenergy 64
Butterfly Tenergy 64 reviews and ratings on this inverted table tennis rubber.
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Description of Butterfly Tenergy 64
TENERGY 64 is the fastest attacking rubber of the TENERGY family; the No. 64 being the development code of the pimples used in producing this reversed rubber.
BUTTERFLY High Tension technology has enabled a fast dynamic rubber to be produced by utilizing the innovative SPRING SPONGE. SPRING SPONGE enables a player to "grip" the ball and "catapult" the return back at high speed and with heavy spin.
Butterfly TENERGY 05 is recommended for playing close to the table;
Butterfly TENERGY 64 is for the attacker who plays for the offensive play in a middle distance.
Reviews of the Butterfly Tenergy 64
AndySmith said this on February 27, 2009:
Behaves in a very similar manner to Tenergy 05, but with a slightly softer feel all-round. Sponge is the same as T05, so the difference comes from the pip configuration in the topsheet.
So, much the same as T05, heavy, expensive. Topsheet looks a bit more fragile, but it's been fine for me so far. Still a spin and loop monster, with quick pace and high throw.
MichaelP said this on April 15, 2009:
Well i finnaly played with the buterfly tenergy 64 rubber and i must say it is faster then the 05 and it is a very good rubber for mid distance players indeed. It is a softer sponge then the 05 but stil not really really soft.
If you play close to the table it is very easy to block with but because of the speed it is less easy to hit with,Opening and looping is good near the table but make sure you go for the ball, i found that near the table you can generate more spin with the 05 and further away with the 64 but still it was a lot more spin with the 64 near the table then with other rubbers,controll was ok to very good.
I think butterfly is right, it depends on your style in wich you have to choose.
the 64 is for furter away our if you have small strokes for looping at the table. and the 05 is made pure for at the table because it gives you some more time to react.ofcourse if you are a very fast player who can handle the speed with good technique the 64 is playable near the table to .
Simon said this on September 1, 2009:
For me, it is the perfect forehand rubber. The throw is high, making it easy to lift chop balls. Nevertheless, it is very easy to block (here the throw is medium) and it is great to counterloop. The speed and especially the catapult are outstanding! Serving and returning is great, but here it is slightly beaten by the 05.
Mazarley said this on September 15, 2009:
This has to be Butterfly's best rubber to date. It's not quite speed glue effect but as near as damn it.
I use it on a Maze Off blade, so pretty quick and I use it both sides in max. I love it. It does just about everything really well - service, on the table or mid distance game with heavy spin and lots of speed due to the spring sponge. This can make net play a little tricky but with soft hands and a good touch and you soon get used to it.
On the down side there are 2 issues.
(i) If you play in humid or poorly ventilated facilities the rubber seems to 'sweat' and the ball just drops off the bat when you try to loop with it. Having said that I just flat hit and block with it and again the rubber performs this superbly well.
(ii) Because I tend to do heavily chopped service return close to the table I sometimes catch the rubber on the table surface. This has lead to the rubber perishing rather quickly for my stile of game. The middle of my bat has remained consistant for over 2 months now so wear and tear for this rubber is great. At a cost of Â£40 + it initially sound a lot but the rubber does last much longer. I play about 8-10 hours per week.
Anonymous said this on September 27, 2009:
Ultimately a rubber for pros. Beginners beware! Or you wish you had never heard the name table tennis XD
GBtabletennis said this on October 19, 2009:
Excellent rubber. I used Tenergy 05 on my backhand, but the Throw Angle was to high for me, so I choose Bryce Speed FX. The rubber wasn't able to do high arc loops. So I decide to take the Tenergy 64. Slightly faster than 05, same control, slightly softer feel but lower Throw Angle. Now my loops are the best, on second distance play I have fully control of my rubber and blade. Short-game it's amazing too, if you think Tenergy 05 Throw Angle is to high, go for Tenergy 64, it helps a lot for getting a better backhand loop.
Anonymous said this on November 25, 2009:
I use it on a lot of blades (JM ZLC, Timo Boll ALC, Maze ALC, and Hinoki Senkoh 90) I like the Hinoki feel best with this rubber.
champoradotabletennis said this on January 12, 2010:
I used to play BryceFX as my forehand rubber, But I tried to switch to T64! at first, I was shocked by the power and speed of this rubber! I had fun using it but its very dirrerent from ma bryce rubber because I used to speedglue my bryce because it performs much better. But the first time that I used the T64, I became so afraid to use a speedglue again for this rubber because its very fast combining it with my Gergely Blade. I'm afraid if I used speedglue for this rubber I couldn't control it already. But if you would ask me about the consistency and the throw of this rubber, I'm so excited to say that it's almost perfect! Even me, couldn't believe myself spinning a drive even its from below! Simply the best and worth-it rubber in my life!
andytu said this on January 13, 2010:
Very good Tenergy rubber indeed, again we facing a soft surface that required skillful hands to cut it off, there is too many useful reviews about this rubber, so I will pass this one on.
kikiz said this on January 13, 2010:
very powerful weapon if you understand how to use it.
at first I have a trouble in looping,especially when my opponent gives me a short service.when I lift it a bit,the ball fly away from table!!:(
but when I play driving,the ball always return to my opponent table and it drives very fast!block are also fast with punching move.
I tend to break a ball easily with this rubber as I keep hitting the ball like a mad man LOL.all at all very powerful and very fast rubber.
The_Coach said this on February 26, 2010:
It has a nice feel to it. Great speed, spin and control for such a fast rubber.I prefer Tenergy 05 but if you want more dwelltime and a little bit more controlable game, choose this one instead. I like it on a Stiga Clipper or Donic Lagonda blade.
ellenborough said this on March 6, 2010:
amazing rubber up close to the table, but for me i found that it wasnt as good as the tenergy 05 for away from the table loops incredible speed and great spin, my setup is tenergy 64 fh bryce speed fx bh and timo boll spirit ST.
harrison88 said this on March 10, 2010:
Ok my playing style is modern defensive.I've been playing for about a year.
I originally tried this in 1.9 on a Butterfly Defence II
Simply put it was too fast for me. I just could not control it.
Forehand chops would launch long.
Forehand loops would be long.
Pushes would be long or too high.
3 months later I returned to tenergy 64.
I've now got it in 1.7 on a Matsusheta Pro and its perfect.
Speed and Spin are excellent.
Forehand chops are pretty good.
Mid distance looping is soo easy. Even with a defensive blade.
The spin on serves is excellent.
Blocking is a breeze.
I still launch a few shots long on occasion but I just need more time to get used to the rubber.
I feel like this rubber can do everything.
Definately worth the money.
paba said this on March 21, 2010:
v.good for blocking and flat hitting as well as a good looping rubber
Anonymous said this on May 18, 2010:
For very offensive players with much spin and control from middistance!
Best BTY rubber for the vario offensive player!
otakujo said this on June 24, 2010:
I switched to the tenergy 64 from tenergy 05 on my backhand to get more speed and it definately delievered. 64 is much faster than the 05 with a slightly lower throw. Spin seems the same as 05 as far as I can tell.
Mike said this on September 18, 2010:
I'm rated about 1600 and I am mostly an offensive player. This rubber was completely differnt from other rubbers I have tried. Most rubbers I've tried feel only slightly different from one another. This rubber was a complete change, taking me about 2-3 weeks of practice to feel at home with it (very fast with good control). However, after working with it it has improve my overall game and it would take alot to try and make me swicth to any other rubber. Great for serving, blocking, looping close and off the table and my smash is awesome now. Not so good for off table chopping.
ma long"s fan said this on January 29, 2011:
i am using innerforce alc and i must say it is the best rubber i am using for my backhand
Nick2 said this on April 22, 2011:
Till few months ago I used Tenergy 05. I changed because of the poor control.
Then I worked hardly on my tecnique and I tried with Tenergy 64. They are a little bit softer and easier to control.
Price in expensive, but they are fun and very easy to play with.
xuananhcsct said this on April 22, 2011:
This is a perfect rubber, I like it!
Anonymous said this on May 9, 2011:
Hey everybody, can I purchase this rubbers for a pen hold blade?
Here is the one that I need:
Butterfly Haruvatart-S ZLC - Japanese Pen hold.
Please help me!
Anonymous said this on July 12, 2011:
This is good for BH. I can't believe that throw angle shown here is medium-high. Who write these bullshits. The throw angle is LOW men. And because of this it's difficult to play on FH without making lots of mistakes except if you are top professional.
Caddillacmatt said this on August 1, 2011:
Great Fh or bh rubber. I have it on the fh of a timo boll spirit blade with t05 on the other side and it plays consistently. I'm a two winged power looper and love the pace and spin I can get with this rubber. Blocks are smashes are great with it. Only drawback is the price. Butterfly rubber is becoming too absurdly priced.
Chris said this on September 2, 2011:
Immense rubber, got 64 on the backhand and my loops are becoming incredibly fast and spinny, setup is ZLF Blade with 64 b/h and 05 f/h, perfect for me, finding it very easy to use close and far away from the table, just bring the price down! Jus bought two rubbers butterfly and it took 100 from me!
Anonymous said this on September 6, 2011:
Amazing! If you love FH looping then this is the rubber for you!
lomar said this on September 11, 2011:
Honestly the best backhand rubber I've ever played with. The ball trajectory is fairly low thus it is great for blocking, smashing, and countering. However, the spin is superb particularly for backhand looping both of the bounce and away from the table. Surprisingly, pushing is better with the 64 than the 05 and it generates very good spin. This is an excellent rubber on composite blades with a medium feel like Michael Maze.
powerlefty said this on October 10, 2011:
Good backhand rubber. Bouncy. Good for those who used to use speedglued bryce on the backhand. Great at blocking. I prefer T05 for opening loops on the backhand. Basically, if the blade is on the slower side I would definitly opt for t64 on the backhand on the backhand because t05 would not be bouncy enough for me and vice versa in the opposite situation.
sam said this on November 27, 2011:
i use this rubber for 2 month on my tbs replace with chinese rubber.so far so good.
Kevin said this on December 28, 2011:
Tenergy 64. The perfect BH rubber. But I prefer it on the forehand. If you engage with the sponge more, it's better for looping the T05 and much better speed. Designed for mid-distance play, and for people who prefer softer rubbers. I recommend T64 on the FH and Bryce Speed FX for the BH.
slashattack said this on February 3, 2012:
Using 2.1mm thickness on both sides of an Andro Carbo-Aramid blade. It's a good rubber, but definitely not worth 80 dollars. Palio Blit'z does everything T64 does but with better control and costs half as much. I don't see why people rave so much about this rubber...
allybrown said this on April 24, 2012:
Using Tenergy 64 in 1.7mm on Grubba ALL+ flexible wooden blade. Much better for match play than 2.1mm and still plenty fast enough. In 1.7mm Tenergy 64 can do everything from chop to loop to wristy TSP to counterhit. Most players are chosing 2.1mm and 1.9mm thinking that the 1.7mm will be too slow, but on the Grubba All+ this is not the case!! In fact for the first few sessions it is ultra fast and then settles down to be fast but controlable. My best combo ever for FH and and can twiddle to use on my BH to give different effect to my T05 1.7mm BH rubber.
clublevelplayer said this on September 3, 2012:
It says in the catalogue for mid to long. this is true but also near the table. use it on my Zhang Jike blade its working well with my back hand and i switched it to my forehand. Perfect for looping and push block. Mine is 5 months old but still in its original form when i bought it. Perfect for counter hitting and serving because of its spin. I just bought another 64 this time its thinner a 1.7 mm sponge thickness.
peter79 said this on September 17, 2012:
I tried this rubber 2 years ago on Timoboll ALC, Timoboll ALC has a catapult effect blade, pairing with T64 it become to springy. I've just use this rubber for the last 1,5 months, got the new batch, it's harder than my old one, more solid, better feel. Now I use it on Viscaria as backhand rubber. This rubber really block well, not too sensitive against incoming spin compared to T05. It's not as easy to spin as T05 but it's still very spinny compare to Tensor rubbers. Before I rate this rubber crap and not worth it. Now I really enjoy using this rubber, it's unreplaceable now :)
andresronfe said this on November 23, 2012:
un caucho muy rapido, necesita de mucha tecnica y movimiento de piernas. excelente para personas que juegan lejos de la mesa, cerca d ela mesa no es tan bueno ni en el juego corto
tiene un spin aceptable pero una velocidad explosiva
ajac9986 said this on December 25, 2012:
i am 14 years old with a very weird style i am a shakehand player who uses forehand pimples with TENERGY 64 on the backhand which i find quite easy to control on the backhand but on the forehand it is quite difficult to control the ball because if you are to hit the ball in a weird way then the ball will go off the table however this can be avoided most of the time by putting more topspin on the ball to make it dip down if you do that then it is a fantastic rubber
sebas_aguirre said this on January 6, 2013:
I posted a review on this rubber here:
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Shollis said this on February 16, 2013:
pretty fast rubber. Good control for blocking and good spin. Great rubber overall.
BlackQueen said this on February 23, 2013:
Currently using on my backhand, T64 didn't quite make it to my forehand not fast enaugh and doesn't generate as much spin as I would like. T64 similar in many ways with Hexer+, but has higher throw angle (which is good for openning loops) and better dutability.
mtg6792 said this on February 25, 2013:
Extremely fast, but the minimal spin and softness of the sponge makes it extremely easy to control topspin loops. Attacks close to the table and away from the table are also fairly easy. The reason I wouldn't recommend this rubber is that (for FH) it is somewhat sensitive to spin and has a spring sponge; thus, it is hard to have a strong short game. Also, this rubber is not strong for chopping. ATTACK ATTACK ATTACK! I recommend T80 if you're looking for short game without losing anything.
T64 is perfect for blocking and counterattacking and makes a fantastic FH and BH rubber as long as it fits your playing style!
julio_takeuchi said this on April 24, 2013:
Ya tengo 2 semanas de entrenar con esta goma por ambos lados en MAX, vengo de unas Andro Rasant en 1.9, puedo decir que los topspins son m¡s r¡pidos y con m¡s efecto , los servicios llevan buena cantidad de spin, para los loops me pareci³ mejor la Rasant ya que su tacky influye en darle m¡s efecto a la pelota, los bloqueos con la T64 simplemente son asombrosos a mediana distancia puedes dirigirlos a donde quieras, en corta distancia hay que regular un poco el angulo porque si vienen duro o con mucho efecto se ir¡n largas, para golpes planos tambi©n es muy buena siempre cuidando el angulo de la raqueta dada la velocidad de las gomas, para cortes es efectiva siempre y cuando tengas la t©cnica porque sino levantas mucho la bola eso s van con bastante efecto al igual que toda la serie de las Tenergy , para los contraataques es un monstrosidad tanto en corta-media y larga distancia en fin una excelente goma para jugadores ofensivos que buscan mejorar su juego, excelente en casi todos sus aspectos, el ºnico contra es su precio y que la superficie es algo delicada, la estoy usando en una madera Tibhar Karas de 4 l¡minas de carbono y se siente la diferencia, 100% recomendada
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