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TENERGY 80 - Jun Mizutani

TENERGY 05 - Maharu Yoshimura

TENERGY USAGE 2016 WORLD TABLE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS

TENERGY boasts more than half of the rubber utilization at the 2016 World Table Tennis Championships in Kuala Lumpur.

Butterfly was recorded at a very high market share of 60.0%. Among them, the TENERGY series boasted 56.7% of the entire rubber. This data is also facing a major turning point of change from the celluloid ball to the plastic ball, and it should be noted is intended to prove that there is a high superiority to TENERGY. That’s why a lot of top players choose from the TENERGY series. >> See the USAGE RATE OF EQUIPMENT AT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS >>

TENERGY TECHNOLOGY

To help you win, you have to know all of TENERGY.

High Tension Rubber
High Tension

High-tension rubber – “Energy Built-In Technology.”

High tension rubber, which is made using Butterfly’s own production method, reduces the energy loss by giving tension to the molecules of the rubber. This increases speed performance, rotational performance and greatly improves the control performance – to achieve the high performance demanded by top players of the world.

Spring Sponge Rubber
Spring Sponge

Spring Sponge – Distinctive Grasp Feeling

It creates the impression as if the rubber holds on to the ball longer than usual. This extraordinary ball feeling cannot be compared to the past rubbers.
BUTTERFLY enters a new dimension combining a new mixture of raw materials with a specific structure of the air bubbles inside the sponge.

TENERGY 05
TENERGY 25
TENERGY 64
TENERGY 80

Who should play which TENERGY?
What’s behind TENERGY?

Watch “Butterfly Science All about Tenergy” to Learn More!

 

TENERGY Trajectory

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