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The combination of Spring Sponge X and the newly-developed top sheet enables racket movement in a more forward direction and imparts more power onto the ball.

Dignics 05 enables the “banana-flick” with heavy topspin as well as counter-attacking play close to the table, “80” supports an all-round play at a higher level, while “64” aides the most powerful topspin against topspin play from mid-distance.

Expand your possibilities in the game with three variations of Dignics.

Swing forward, put more power on the ball.

The ball flies in the direction of racket swing with a higher trajectory thanks to “holding” the ball on the racket.

* The illustration shows a ball trajectory image using Dignics 05 and Tenergy 05, from the same position with the same movement, during topspin against topspin.

The ball bounces deeper in the opponent’s court. As a result, the opponent becomes passive.

* The illustration shows a ball trajectory image using Dignics 05 and Tenergy 05, from the same position with the same movement, during topspin against topspin.

Dignics demonstrates its true value when hitting the ball with a closed racket angle. It enables to stroke more forwardly and imparts more power onto the ball.

* The illustration shows a ball trajectory image using Dignics 05 and Tenergy 05, from the same position and same distance during topspin against topspin.

The rotation amount is increased by 5.4% compared to Tenergy, the ball becomes more powerful under the same game conditions.

* The illustration shows a ball trajectory image using Dignics 05 and Tenergy 05, from the same position and same distance during topspin against topspin.

* The figures are calculated by the unique tests carried out by Butterfly.

Tomokazu Harimoto (JPN)

Tomokazu Harimoto (JPN)

My strong point is my forehand topspin with both spin and speed. That’s why I’m playing with Dignics 05, which enables me to impart heavy spin onto the ball even if I swing more forwardly.

Why Dignics has high performance

Spring Sponge X
―More flexibility and bounce

Spring Sponge X was developed to generate more power, increase response by 14%, and impact resilience enhanced by 3% compared to the current Spring Sponge.

Resistance to abrasion and holding the ball
―Two major improvements in the sheet

Dignics grips the ball more on its surface thanks to its unique composition which enhances flexibility without losing any elasticity. Furthermore, its resistance to abrasion has been successfully doubled* by using technology and experience.

* Judged by the unique endurance test results of rubbers conducted by Butterfly

Three pimple shapes with past achievements

After carefully reviewing more than 200 different pimple shapes, the pimple codes of “05”, “80” and “64” were adopted which are also used in the successful Tenergy series.

Our R&D with know-how and passion

The nine-year research and development phase achieved great success due to our reliable know-how, and the pure thirst of finding “something that has never existed”, to be “a pioneer in the table tennis world” and finding “the high-performance rubber to lead players to victory”.

Comparing three Dignics rubbers

Ball trajectory image of each Dignics

05: Great spin performance and enables a more curved trajectory.
80: Good balance between spin and speed and enables all-round play.
64: Good speed performance and enables straighter, faster trajectory

img-type01 Adopting pimples code No. 05 recognized for its high spin performance. Recommended for players seeking to generate a high-level attacking play, imparting powerful topspin as well as counter topspin play both close to the table and at mid distance.
img-type02 Adopting pimples code No. 180, an effective balance between spin and speed is achieved. Recommended for all-round players seeking success from any distance away from the table.
img-type03 Adopting pimples code No. 64 recognized for its high-speed performance. Recommended for players seeking to generate a high-level attacking play such as high-speed topspin, fierce topspin against topspin and smash.

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