JOOLA Rhyzm Tech

JOOLA Rhyzm Tech Rubber
Approx. $ 65 USD
Price $

User Ratings (8)

Speed 9.0
Spin 9.3
Control 8.7
Tackiness 3.3   
Slightly tacky
Weight 5.1   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 5.3   
Gears 7.8   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 5.8   
Medium high
Consistency 10.0
Durability 5.7   
Average durability
Overall 8.8 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 5 users using the JOOLA Rhyzm Tech.
Another chapter in the success story of the popular Rhyzm rubber is written by the JOOLA Rhyzm-Tech. Due to modifications of the sponge, which has again been designed with considerably larger pores, a real catapult machine has been developed.

The JOOLA Rhyzm-Tech is a rubber that supports any rotation input in all situations and therefore gives all active topspin players an extra boost.

The JOOLA Rhyzm-Tech is a challenge to overcome. Once this is managed, you can reach a new, significantly higher level.

Spin: High/Extra High
Control:High/ Extra High
Hardness: 42.5 degrees

Reviews (4)

GeralDINO  on 12/4/2018

I play the rhyzm-tech now for 5 months (on a Timo Boll ALC in 2 mm, black, cut 47 g) What surprises me in retrospect, is that this rubber has been touted as very fast, but, however, it is more particularly spinny. - no "not sticky" rubber ever before, gave my service so much rotation and also it was never easier for me to return service passively !!! In addition, I would call him forgiving and very save. Thanks to the Rhyzm-Tech, my game has become more secure (... and more success) !!!!!!!! Cool :-D P.S.: I've been using the rubber for 5 months now and have trained on average 2 times a week. - Good durability !!! ... but now I think, I'll buy a new one. ;-)
183265  on 11/29/2018

I play with it for less than a year on FH side, and Joola Octopus for BH side. It's very good for the modern defensive players because its high rotation effect on the ball and relatively low speed compared to Butterfly Tenergy 05 as a good model for a spinny but also very fast.
destodave  on 11/24/2015

Have played with the RT in Max thickness on my BH on an Off carbon blade and I've played very well with it. It has plenty of speed and spin, and the control is fine. I can brush loop and drive my loops with it. The throw angle is definitely higher than the other Rhyzm rubbers. I didn't rate the durability because I've only had it 1 week, but I suspect it will be good since the regular Rhyzm rubbers have good durability. I do disagree with the previous review though that says it's pretty much the same as the "P" series. I have played with the "P" Rhyzm rubber and it doesn't have the spin this rubber does. This rubber is much better IMO than the Rhyzm P rubber. I've let a couple of 2200 players hit with it on their BH and FH and both said they felt like they couldn't miss. Give this rubber a try, you'll like it!
Stufro  on 11/20/2015

I played with Rhyzm P 2.0 for just over a year. Wanted to upgrade and gain a little speed. Tried tech max on both fh and bh. I couldn't control bh so I switched to 1.8 thickness. Which gained control for me and made it useable. To be honest it feels almost identical to the rhyzm p. Sponge is white and pores are maybe bigger? I was very happy with P version and I'm happy with tech. I think they are identical with the exception of tech has slightly softer sponge 42.5 vs 45 of Rhyzm P. I would expect very long durability just like the P. Tried on rossi emotion and Tpe perform

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