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Originally posted by AndySmith AndySmith wrote:

Originally posted by Ray Ray wrote:

It seems that Mizutani is already using Butterfly Lemuria rubber.
https://mobile.twitter.com/fjrjr6/status/1074213073135710209


Hard to tell, but it may be Lemuria on Red and Dignics on Black.


Are these meant to replace tenergy going forward??
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Originally posted by Ray Ray wrote:

It seems that Mizutani is already using Butterfly Lemuria rubber.
https://mobile.twitter.com/fjrjr6/status/1074213073135710209
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Looks like Eugene is using a non-tenergy butterfly rubber on his forehand as well at the US open. What is all this new stuff??
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Originally posted by beeray1 beeray1 wrote:

Looks like Eugene is using a non-tenergy butterfly rubber on his forehand as well at the US open. What is all this new stuff??

Maybe Tenergy Hard? I saw him twiddle for smashes... which Timo does too.
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Originally posted by notfound123 notfound123 wrote:

Originally posted by beeray1 beeray1 wrote:

Looks like Eugene is using a non-tenergy butterfly rubber on his forehand as well at the US open. What is all this new stuff??

Maybe Tenergy Hard? I saw him twiddle for smashes... which Timo does too.

The non-tenergy part of my comment was key. It's got like a yellow sponge or something. 
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Originally posted by beeray1 beeray1 wrote:

Originally posted by notfound123 notfound123 wrote:

Originally posted by beeray1 beeray1 wrote:

Looks like Eugene is using a non-tenergy butterfly rubber on his forehand as well at the US open. What is all this new stuff??

Maybe Tenergy Hard? I saw him twiddle for smashes... which Timo does too.

The non-tenergy part of my comment was key. It's got like a yellow sponge or something. 

nvm, I think it's just orange sponge hurricane. I could have sworn i saw a butterfly logo but I think I was wrong. 
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Butterfly Dignics?

And butterfly Lemuria?

WTF?




Edited by fatt - 12/21/2018 at 12:51pm
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Newest info about Mizutani Jun equipment

https://www.butterfly.co.jp/players/detail/mizutani-jun.html
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Originally posted by Pr1nc Pr1nc wrote:

Newest info about Mizutani Jun equipment

https://www.butterfly.co.jp/players/detail/mizutani-jun.html

Love to see if he can beat Chinese from now on using Dignics 80 and Dignics 5. But wait who actually come up with this Dignics name? It is so uncool. Why not simply call it Tenergy X5 or something performance related by imagination ?
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Funny how it's already registered in 2011 (https://trademarks.justia.com/791/01/dignics-79101916.html).
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Originally posted by TurboZ TurboZ wrote:

Originally posted by Pr1nc Pr1nc wrote:

Newest info about Mizutani Jun equipment

https://www.butterfly.co.jp/players/detail/mizutani-jun.html


Love to see if he can beat Chinese from now on using Dignics 80 and Dignics 5. But wait who actually come up with this Dignics name? It is so uncool. Why not simply call it Tenergy X5 or something performance related by imagination ?


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Originally posted by TurboZ TurboZ wrote:

Originally posted by Pr1nc Pr1nc wrote:

Newest info about Mizutani Jun equipment

https://www.butterfly.co.jp/players/detail/mizutani-jun.html

Love to see if he can beat Chinese from now on using Dignics 80 and Dignics 5. But wait who actually come up with this Dignics name? It is so uncool. Why not simply call it Tenergy X5 or something performance related by imagination ?

Hi,

I've speculated that it is not called Tenergy __ is because it has a distinct top sheet from Tenergy.  We seemed to have confirmed it has a distinct sponge.

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Hi,

One of the intriguing elements here will be the resultant racket combination complexes of the Butterfly professional players, particularly when one considers that Tenergy 05 Hard is very new too, so it would take a Heavyspin to calculate even the reasonable combinations in the Butterfly professional class rubber options.

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Originally posted by YoAss YoAss wrote:

Funny how it's already registered in 2011 (https://trademarks.justia.com/791/01/dignics-79101916.html).

And current rubber package design looks similar to New Order's Blue Monday cover.Embarrassed
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Zhang Jike now using Dignics 05: https://en.butterfly.tt/zhang-jike.html
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Samsonov is using an orange sponge rubber on his fh (black rubber) in his match vs Lin Gaoyuan. 

I have no idea what the rubber might be. I'm guessing the unreleased MX-K?


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Originally posted by Mimobrok Mimobrok wrote:

Samsonov is using an orange sponge rubber on his fh (black rubber) in his match vs Lin Gaoyuan. 

I have no idea what the rubber might be. I'm guessing the unreleased MX-K?

Thank you for the note.  A number of my students use MX-P; what is known of MX-K?

Thanks again,
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Originally posted by DonnOlsen DonnOlsen wrote:

Originally posted by Mimobrok Mimobrok wrote:

Samsonov is using an orange sponge rubber on his fh (black rubber) in his match vs Lin Gaoyuan. 

I have no idea what the rubber might be. I'm guessing the unreleased MX-K?

Thank you for the note.  A number of my students use MX-P; what is known of MX-K?

Thanks again,


Vladi is most likely using the K1 Hybrid which (also) has an orange colored sponge. The MX-K was "hyped" for just a very limited time and only released on the korean market. It is said to be a catapult-reduced version of the MX-P, hence offers more control on your shots.
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