classic. Good for everything. Great to start with. Attacking or defensive. But
you will probably want to progress to something faster later though.
rubber. Not too fast. Capable of putting speed in the ball but not too much
spin. I have one Sriver L max on my forehand but now I think I would prefer
something more powerfull (perhaps Bryce or Bryce FX)
nothing special, but well balanced, good durability.
Testing many rubbers and finally found the right one for me, it´s a great
trying alot of the newer tension rubbers Sriver felt like an old friend. No
other rubber gives such comfort and that penetrating power when you need it.
think ıt isn't very good. Because You cant make topspin very well with
rubber, is just great! I feel it faster than Bryce FX and almost the same
effect. You can do everything with this. Way better than Bryce and Bryce FX for
half the price. the only downside is that the rubber does not live that long.
rubber, i use it on backhand and can loop with it with control and some speed,
but the spin isn't super strong and the speed isn't lightning fast... with speed
glue perhaps a rubber for fast attacking players too.
started with Sriver L 1.9 on my forehand, I am now using Sriver L 2.1 on a
VSG21-4000 Blade with Fair Chack. Although speed glue is less effective with
Sriver L, it still increases the spin and slightly increases the speed. When the
opportunity comes to hit the ball hard Sriver L feels great, unlike some of the
soft sponge rubbers that feel too squashy. That's why I like this rubber on the
forehand so much.
Comments: My all
time favorite. Indeed it does not come with all bells and whistles like those
with High Tension technology, but anybody could play pretty well with Sriver.
From beginners to World Champions. You just can't go wrong with the rubber that
made Butterfly the number one player in the industry.
Comments: i hate
this rubber not soft enough for me its not the softest there is ..
rubber, one of the most famous rubbers in the world, the thickness of the sponge
allows you to adapt yourself to different styles of play. If you are an
attacking player choose 2.0mm of thicker and use some speed glue before playing
and you'll see how an old blade can be adapted for the most modern and offensive
is the most versatile and popular rubber you're likely to find. It is suitable
for many styles of play just by selecting the suitable thickness. 1.3 - 1.5 for
defensive play, 1.7 for allround play and 1.9 - Max for offensive play. I
recently switched to 1.9 Sriver L on my forehand when I decided to stop using
speed glue. It is consistent in pushing, blocking counter drivng, looping, loop
killing and smashing. The only negative thing I can say, is that it does not
loop pushes and chops as well as rubbers such as Bryce or Cermet.
is only one word 4 this blade SEXY!! if u want orgasms when u play then this is
the rubber 4 u it also makes my dad feel sexual
Brilliant and a quality rubber used by many famous known players in the world, I
would highly recommend this rubber. It has a spinny surface and the sponge
becomes very soft when speed glued. This rubber is mostly suited for offensive
players who attack but it also gives good control in tight situations. Best used
Comments: I have
try this rubber on my backhand and the result good for rally, blocking, short
smash and enough spin. You must try it's
very good rubber indeed. An equal match to Yasaka Mark V. When looping, it gives
you lots of feeling and gives your opponent lots of pressure. Although speed is
slower than BTY's High Tension rubbers such as Bryce & Cermet, but it is
still fast enough for balls to go past your opponents without returning.
Comments: i like
it. i'm an intermediate player and it gives me everything i need in rubber-
resonably weighted (unlike chinese rubbers) and has solid speed. if you are a
looper looking to maximize dwell time, try the variants. if you're finding your
game, or developing, i dont think anythings better
Name: Ben W.
gives you control; but also blocks cleanly. FX and EL have a different sponge
and just don't give you the balance of the good ole Sriver.
rubber is perfect. It has great speed , great spin and is the best rubber I have
Comments: 1.9 or
2.1 are the best choices. VERY FAST!!!! Not much spin. good for pushing. and
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Comments: I have
this rubber on a Boll Forte Blade and find it very good for counter hitting and
smashing with good speed, but lacking spin. A bit difficult to control for close
to the table attacking but great for mid distance play.
like it at all. Poor control, almost no feeling or precision. It seems to be a
pure looping rubber, but totally useless for close-to-the-table type of attack.
Comments: A true
classic. This rubber covers all the bases except a little in the spin catagory.
Has a reasonable lifespan and will adept itself to your play with the proper
thickness for your game.
is a very good rubber for blocking , defence and driving is excellent but the
spin is not enough for players like me that use the rubber without glue i played
with a bat named primorac 7000. That blade gives much more performance for me in
spin.use with glue...
Name: S. Jibeng
rubber is good for smacking, easy to control but doesnt have the speed that i
need to inflict excruciating pain when hit to their bodies.
have the confidence of being an offensive player until I got hold of this
rubber. Powerful spin...
Comments: A very
good attacking rubber used by the london junior chanpion Timi Famojuro if you
use this rubber believe that things could happen!!!
Name: Ryan N.
happen so good when I play with it to my opponent... why? Yah I really love to
play with guys who does have this kind. I played with it once, you got to have
power in every thing like producing your own spin and speed... one thing
remarkable, no stocks in shops, because this rubber is really so well, people do
really want to by this thing.
is better than Juic Spinspiel, Scramble and 999 : it gives you the touch, kill,
and balance unlike anything else I have tried. Half of my club uses it
AGREE IT IS SUCH A GOOD RUBBER FOR ATTACKING PLAYER WHO NEED SPEED ,BUT IT NEED
SPEED GLUD, SO UNCONVENIENT. TOO BAD
first impressions were that it wasnt very impressive. The speed is good and
driving is excellent with it but I didn't find it very good for close table
looping. Not very spinny but an overall good rubber.
is the quintessential offensive rubber. Unlike most other Butterfly rubbers, it
is well balanced in all aspects of its particular style. Very few people find
themselves uncomfortable with this rubber, so it is easy to recommend. Although
I would prefer a sheet of Mark V over Sriver, Sriver is still unquestionably a
solid choice for offensive play (still!).
best rubber i've ever used. Good control, spin. Perfect for attack and awesome
for defense. I guess no other word could describe it unless: PERFECT.
is one of the best rubbers in Butterfly but the only problem with it is its less
being using chines friendship rubbers all the while. sriver is more
controllable, consistant. but not as fast and as spinny as chinese rubber. need
self power to develop heavy loop. good for allround and attack.
perfect rubber for Beginners to Veterans. Beginners should use this rubber! Good
in control, loops, drives, mediocre in spins. Decent defense. Very good rubber.
rubber for both spin & speed