Butterfly Tenergy 64 FX

$79.99 $67.99
Item# RBT64F
Brand: Butterfly
Rubber Type: Smooth
Speed: 93
Spin: 91
Control: 69
Hardness: Medium-Soft



Similar to Tenergy 64, but a softer sponge layer, Butterfly Tenergy 64 FX is the ultimate attacking rubber for players who prefer a softer feel at impact.

Powered by Spring Sponge Technology and with more distance between the pimples, Tenergy 64 is the fastest of the Tenergy rubbers and offers more flexibility and a softer touch, enabling powerful and precise attacking strokes from mid distance.

Spring Sponge Technology is produced by the unique format of air bubbles within the sponge and the thin pimples of the highly flexible surface, enable dynamic topspin play with heavy rotation.
Great speed

64 FX is probably the best rubber I have tried on my BH. It is fast, ball sinks in well and produces great spin. Also, it blocks very well which is unexpected from such a fast rubber. The negative is the price and also like the others in Tenergy series, it is not durable and needs to be replaced sooner than many other rubbers I have tried before.

- Omid, NY

A Top Rubber

Tried this rubber on Avalox P500. 2.1 thickness. Great for looping close and mid distance with great spin. More touch in the short game than T05. This rubber is a beast that can be tamed with regular practice. Not for beginners, Expensive but very long lasting. Lower throw and more linear than T05. One of the top rubbers in the world for competition.

- Butch, NE

WOW, its a magic rubber

crazy price and its a magic rubber that would empty your wallet quick. its not worthy to buy.

A good rubber

I hate the iphone for the price and did not like the idea of buying any ridiculously expensive rubber but after seeing some respected players use it, I tried it and it added a lot of spin to my power loops. You have to keep the surface clean the get the full effect. Use a water based cleaner not a spirit based cleaner. I block with little effort and I spend more time concentrating on the placement of the blocks other than getting it over the net.

- Selorm Dzaka, PA

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