Alvinspin 8 months ago
This what can expect from Joola new rubber. Not surprised.
Ivanj21 8 months ago
I try it on a friends blade Korbel SK7 in 2.0 thickness.
Its very fast even in 2.0 mm,little bit faster then T05 2.1mm which is also on blade,throw angle bit lower then T05.
Sponge is med. hard just like T05 or MX-P.
Serving is pretty good but T05 wins here with a small difference.
Looping and Powerlooping is a breeze,very nice feel and sound,better than any rubber i try.
Can be a good option on backhand also.
Because the Korbel is softer blade and not so fast for me i try it on my blades Apolonia ZLC and Freitas ALC then i update review.
redcode on 6/27/2018
I did not rate it just because I hope I got a pair of Rhyzer48 from a bad batch. Not bad, very bad!!! I put them on a Donic Waldner Senso Carbon blade and I couldn't play at all! Not because of speed which I rate at 8.8, not because of spin, which I rate at 8.5, but because of completly lack of control! The balls were flying towards all directions, it was impossible to control them, fh and bh, both sheets! For control I could rate it at ....4 maybe...3! I don't rate it, I hope I just got bad copies. I really like some Joola rubbers like Rhyzm-P which I love it, or Golden Tango and I was looking forward for this new rubbers, Rhyzer....but I was very, very dissapointed! Once again, maybe I was not lucky!