Zefakely 3 months ago
I am using a 2.00 mm on both sides of a Kokutaku #1 specialist. It really plays well. My previous rubbers were DHS golden arc 8. The Joola Dynaryz AGR is more offensive but the golden arc 8 is safer. For me both are very good rubbers, I will take them anytime against the tenergys and dignics
Doddy 4 months ago
After a few hours I have tried Joola dynaryz AGR on my DHS Hurricane Long 5 off+ blade, it feels bad if I don't give a review, because this rubber is indeed extraordinary, I have never hit a smash and topspin as powerful as this before.Â Lifting backspin is almost effortless, very easy and the results are staggering opponents.Â As Tom Lodziak said:" my topspin shots had more spin and more speed than usual. It just feels so effortless, but with great spin output". https://www.tabletenniscoach.me.uk/review-joola-dynaryz-acc-agr-rubbers/.
Push is very good, able to generate a lot of backspin with low and sharp trajectory.Â Huge amount of backspin service.Â Block of the incoming topspinÂ was easy and very fast with low trajectory. The advantages of this rubber are not worth than the price, thank you Joola.Â I bought the black one, it with an uncut weight of 70.6 grs. I stuck it on the forehand side with thin layer of WBG.Â Just a little bit notice, the greatness of hyper bounce of this purple sponge turns out to have weaknesses, it is very fragile if you are not careful when pilling out of used glue, it can make pockmarked the sponge.Â Overall this rubber is amazing cause of Hyper Bounce Sponge and Advance Traction Technology performances.