BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study was to compare the functional outcomes and implant survivorship at a minimum of 5 years of follow-up of several reconstruction techniques with or without metaphyseal cone and stems of variable length. METHODS: A retrospective comparative matched analysis was performed from 2 prospectively collected databases. Only patients who underwent revision total knee arthroplasty procedures for aseptic causes using a single design of rotating hinge knee with a minimum of 5 years of follow-up were analyzed. Patients were separated into 3 groups: trabecular metal (TM) cones + short cemented stems (TM + short stem [SS]), TM cones + long uncemented stems (TM + long stem [LS]), and no cone (NC) + long uncemented stems (NC + LS). A matching process based on age (±5 years) was realized. RESULTS: About 99 patients were included; 33 in the TM + SS group, 33 in the TM + LS group, and 33 in the NC + LS group. The mean time of follow-up was 9.3 years. A significant difference of the improvement of subscale pain, symptom, activities of daily living, quality of life of the Knee Injury and Osteoarthritis Outcome score and knee, function of the Knee Society Score was observed in favor of TM + SS group compared with the 2 other groups. At 8 years of survivorship, the components free of revision for any cause were 90.9% for the TM + SS group, 84.9% for the TM + LS group, and 90.6% for the NC + LS group. CONCLUSION: The use of a short cemented tibial stem combined with a TM cone in revision total knee arthroplasty offers identical survival rate with better functional outcome compared with the use of a long uncemented stem associated with TM cones or metallic augments at a minimum of 5 years of follow-up.