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PostPosted: 11 Nov 2012, 19:15 
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Hi I use TB ZLF with Tenergy 05 and Rakza 7 at the moment.
I need a rubber for the backhand that has a hard sponge and easier to spin the ball than Rakza7-
Will Rhyzm fit the bill ?

Does any of you use Rhyzm on backhand, would really like to know how it works..

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Yes, you can try the Joola Rhyzm. I think it is better than Rakza7.

There are 3 different versions of Joola Rhyzm, the normal Rhyzm version, the Rhyzm 425 and Rhyzm 375. It is important, that you try the normal Rhyzm, because the other two versions are too soft!


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Is Rhyzm a tensor? It feels very bouncy


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yes, it is a made in germany tensor rubber


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It's quite hard, heavy and fast. Very low throw. Not the kind of profile most people look for in BH rubbers. Of course it's always a matter of taste.

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Baal wrote:
It's quite hard, heavy and fast. Very low throw.
Yes, but do you think, that Rakza7 is better? I think, Rakza7 is also quite hard, heavy, fast and has a low throw, but Rhyzm has the better surface.

Maybe the Rakza9 (I never tried it!) is on the same level like Rhyzm, but Rakza7 not (only my opinion).


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Walee76 wrote:
Baal wrote:
It's quite hard, heavy and fast. Very low throw.
Yes, but do you think, that Rakza7 is better? I think, Rakza7 is also quite hard, heavy, fast and has a low throw, but Rhyzm has the better surface.

Maybe the Rakza9 (I never tried it!) is on the same level like Rhyzm, but Rakza7 not (only my opinion).


Razka 7 is heavy, fast with a HIGH throw!!


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vanjr wrote:
Razka 7 is heavy, fast with a HIGH throw!!
For me, Stiga Boost has a low throw and Tibhar Genius has a high throw. In my opinion, the Rakza7 is in the middle of these two rubbers and little bit nearer at the throw of Boost.


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