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 Post subject: Re: Butterfly Dignics 05
PostPosted: 23 Sep 2019, 02:29 
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Depends on what you mean by "bad" - there's the traditional definition and the, er, hip-hop definition. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Butterfly Dignics 05
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I was given a used (10-20h) sheet by a team mate two weeks ago and was quite surprised with how much more forgiving it is compared to T05. I love T05 on my FH but I twiddle quite a lot and it's a disaster on my BH. Dignics has similar firepower on the FH but works much better on my BH. Dignics feels more spinny (which also means that it's more spin sensitive so returning serves with my FH is a bit tricky). Great rubber but no way that I would pay the full retail price for it. I can get it for about 75€ discounted but it's still not worth it.


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 Post subject: Re: Butterfly Dignics 05
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iskandar taib wrote:
Depends on what you mean by "bad" - there's the traditional definition and the, er, hip-hop definition. :lol:

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He wasn't dancing when making the comment. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Butterfly Dignics 05
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I was given a used (10-20h) sheet by a team mate two weeks ago and was quite surprised with how much more forgiving it is compared to T05. I love T05 on my FH but I twiddle quite a lot and it's a disaster on my BH. Dignics has similar firepower on the FH but works much better on my BH. Dignics feels more spinny (which also means that it's more spin sensitive so returning serves with my FH is a bit tricky). Great rubber but no way that I would pay the full retail price for it. I can get it for about 75€ discounted but it's still not worth it.

Mart which blade did you try Dignics on?

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 Post subject: Re: Butterfly Dignics 05
PostPosted: 23 Sep 2019, 16:11 
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mart1nandersson wrote:
I was given a used (10-20h) sheet by a team mate two weeks ago and was quite surprised with how much more forgiving it is compared to T05. I love T05 on my FH but I twiddle quite a lot and it's a disaster on my BH. Dignics has similar firepower on the FH but works much better on my BH. Dignics feels more spinny (which also means that it's more spin sensitive so returning serves with my FH is a bit tricky). Great rubber but no way that I would pay the full retail price for it. I can get it for about 75€ discounted but it's still not worth it.

Mart which blade did you try Dignics on?


I tried it on my Victas Koji Matsushita and also on my backup blade (Liu Shiwen ZLF).


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 Post subject: Re: Butterfly Dignics 05
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Lorre wrote:
iskandar taib wrote:
Depends on what you mean by "bad" - there's the traditional definition and the, er, hip-hop definition. :lol:

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He wasn't dancing when making the comment. :lol:


Yeah, but Shiba’s a bad boy.

(“Not bad meaning bad but bad meaning good”, as Run and Daryl Mac would have it.)

I’d very much like to be able to play that bad. Won’t hear no “with Tenergy I f him” from me, nosiree!


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 Post subject: Re: Butterfly Dignics 05
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Dang.. finally went to watch the Shibaev video to see which "bad" it is and apparently it's blocked around these parts. Time to investigate getting a VPN.. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Butterfly Dignics 05
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iskandar taib wrote:
Dang.. finally went to watch the Shibaev video to see which "bad" it is and apparently it's blocked around these parts. Time to investigate getting a VPN.. :lol:

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I heard NordVPN is very good. :up:

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 Post subject: Re: Butterfly Dignics 05
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This rubber is really growing on me. Intellectually I want to hate it due to the pricing but it's hard to ignore the fact that it's extremely fun to play with. A lot of risky shots is actually landing on the table compared to T05.


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 Post subject: Re: Butterfly Dignics 05
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Found these on that Chinese website.

Dignics 05:

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Tenergy 05:

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SHOULD be identical. Pips spacing, height and distribution seem the same, but the top layer seems a little thinner on the Tenergy.

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 Post subject: Re: Butterfly Dignics 05
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iskandar taib wrote:
Found these on that Chinese website.

Dignics 05:

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Tenergy 05:

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SHOULD be identical. Pips spacing, height and distribution seem the same, but the top layer seems a little thinner on the Tenergy.

Iskandar

Tenergy has a little bit less space between pips and a thinner topsheet.

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the tenergy image is a little bit larger than Dignics one ;)


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 Post subject: Re: Butterfly Dignics 05
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 Post subject: Re: Butterfly Dignics 05
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According to Butterfly advertising, 05, 64, etc. refer to pips morphology and geometry. So you would expect Dignics 05 and Tenergy 05 to share those characteristics, though other characteristics (above-pips thickness, rubber composition and hardness, etc.) might indeed be different.

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 Post subject: Re: Butterfly Dignics 05
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Tried out this rubber for just a few minutes on a friend's racket and the ball would really dip onto the table, it felt like you couldn't really overshoot the ball if you did the stroke right

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 Post subject: Re: Butterfly Dignics 05
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Danthespearton HQ wrote:
Tried out this rubber for just a few minutes on a friend's racket and the ball would really dip onto the table, it felt like you couldn't really overshoot the ball if you did the stroke right


Exactly my experience as well. There's an entirely different safety margin when using D05 compared to T05. Maybe a bit slower but I do put a lot more balls on the table.


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