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JackF
07-09-2014, 04:22 PM
I currently use joola rhythm and i was wondering how maxxx 450 compares (rhyzm 425 that is)! I hope to hear your feedback!

tabletennisuk
07-10-2014, 05:59 AM
Maxxx is significantly slower. Having played with both, rhythm would get my vote every time for speed, control and spin, no matter which type of rhythm or max you use...


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jackass22
07-22-2014, 07:01 AM
But which rubber has higher throw, better intolerancy to spin, better topspin, catapult, control ?

TY

roy
07-25-2014, 09:14 AM
joola max it's bettet

LauraSmith
07-28-2014, 02:55 PM
Rhyzm is more popular

TTCampsHungary
07-28-2014, 04:48 PM
RHYZM is 1 million times better than any MAXX rubber the MAXX rubber feels all over the place RHYZM is no tenergy but still a great rubber and better than MAXX

Mr. RicharD
07-29-2014, 01:48 PM
Having tried this rubber when it first came out and using both for a year each they're both great rubbers, but they're not meant to be a replacement rubber, but rather a tiered set of choices.

Maxxx 50.0, Maxxx 45.0, Maxxx 40.0, Rhyzm 48.0, Rhyzm 42.5, Rhyzm 37.5 in spin from lowest to highest on off the bounce shots (low end power).

Maxxx 50.0, Maxxx 45.0, Rhyzm 48.0, Maxxx 40.0, Rhyzm 42.5, Rhyzm 37.5 in control from lowest to highest on off the bounce shots (low end power).

Maxxx 50.0, Rhyzm 48.0, Maxxx 45.0, Maxxx 40.0, Rhyzm 42.5, Rhyzm 37.5 in throw angle from lowest to highest on off the bounce shots (low end power).

Maxxx 40.0, Rhyzm 37.5, Maxxx 45.0, Rhyzm 42.5,Maxxx 50.0, Rhyzm 48.0 in speed from lowest to highest on off the bounce shots (low end power).

Rhyzm 37.5, Maxxx 40.0, Rhyzm 42.5, Maxxx 45.0, Rhyzm 48.0, Maxxx 50.0 in spin from lowest to highest on looping spin (high end power).

Maxxx 40.0, Rhyzm 37.5, Maxxx 45.0, Rhyzm 42.5, Maxxx 50.0, Rhyzm 48.0 in control from lowest to highest on looping spin (high end power).

Maxxx 40.0, Rhyzm 37.5, Maxxx 45.0, Rhzym 48.0, Rhyzm 42.5, Maxxx 50.0 in throw from lowest to highest on looping spin (high end power).

Maxxx 40.0, Rhyzm 37.5, Maxxx 45.0, Rhzym 42.5, Rhzym 48.0, Maxxx 50.0 in speed from lowest to highest on looping spin (high end power).

These were all tested on JOOLA blades: Fever, K7, Falcon Fast.

yogi_bear
07-31-2014, 12:20 AM
having tried all the maxxxx and rhyzm versions i would say maxxx rubbers are easier to spin and rhyzm series are built mainly for speed and counter hitting.

exo_bullanguero
08-04-2014, 10:24 PM
I played with the Joola rhyzm, but after a while I had many problems.

JHB
08-29-2014, 02:51 PM
At the risk of opprobrium for re-opening an old thread, I'm gonna do it anyway because this one is so close to my dilemma !

I'm looking to replace ( or at least augment ) my ancient Stiga Contra Super Carbon/Aurus setup. The characteristics of this combination could be summed up as light and balanced (small blade and longish handle), fast, fairly spinny and making a wonderful high-pitched crack when you catch the ball right. The handle is a little on the skinny side but apart from that I totally love it.

I'm not prepared to pay Butterfly's or indeed Stiga's prices unless my lottery numbers come up so I'm currently looking at getting a Joola K7. Maybe if I didn't have to justify my spending to anyone else, but......well I'm sure you know the score ! What I can't currently decide is whether to put Rhyzm or Maxxx 500 on the blade; according to Joola's own figures they are pretty much identical in both speed and spin, but I gather from the posts above that the difference is considerably wider than that and I'd be far better off with Rhyzm.

Is that right ? Is there any other carbon blade I should be considering as a mid-priced replacement for the Stiga ? Over to you guys !

Rajah*
08-30-2014, 12:13 PM
Joola Maxxx + Joola fever
(approx 85g, 5+2 limba, carbon meliorate, ayous kiri) high stability, lightweight meliorate carbon provides not only extra large sweetspots but also balance. Good feel and extreme control.

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ZED
08-31-2014, 02:15 AM
Everybody has been giving extremely complicated posts, and i think i can simplify it for you:
Rhyzm hits better
Maxxx spins better


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JHB
08-31-2014, 08:12 PM
Thanks Zed ! Now, that is exactly the sort of inpuj I was looking for. It sounds like Rhyzm is the one for me, I only really want spin from my service - as long as drives and loops spin enough to come down and hit the table, that's fine by me.

Rajah - for some reason quoting phrases (almost) verbatim from Joola's website doesn't inspire total confidence. It's probably me, but....... Also, by Joola's own figures, the Fever is slower than the K7 - don't know how much store to set by that thou

Does anyone understand why no manufacturer other than Butterfly quote the actual dimensions of their blades ? In the UK you have no chance at all of examining and comparing blades without buying them !

ZED
08-31-2014, 10:00 PM
Thanks Zed ! Now, that is exactly the sort of inpuj I was looking for. It sounds like Rhyzm is the one for me, I only really want spin from my service - as long as drives and loops spin enough to come down and hit the table, that's fine by me.



You're welcome! I'm glad i could help.
Do note that tensors are second to chinese rubbers in service, however.
Rhyzm has excellent spin, don't get me wrong.

But if you were to use the other side (a chinese rubber)to serve that might help.



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Rajah*
08-31-2014, 10:57 PM
Yes john fever is a lil slower that it will give you more dwell time than a faster blade. Fever can give you enough power playing at mid distance. And yes verbatim regarding wood layers from the catalogue i dont want to give mixedup info regarding wood layers.

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JHB
09-01-2014, 03:33 PM
You're welcome! I'm glad i could help.
Do note that tensors are second to chinese rubbers in service, however.
Rhyzm has excellent spin, don't get me wrong.

But if you were to use the other side (a chinese rubber)to serve that might help.



My "other" blade has Chinese rubbers. You're right, they do give more spin especially the tacky ones, but they don't give the effortless pace which European/Japanese rubbers provide. If I go for a new bat I'll stick with the Rhyzm.

Rajah, thanks for your input too, didn't mean to sound ungrateful ! I note from Bribar's site that Sam Walker uses a Joola Fever - food for thought if the professionals are favouring that blade !

Teguh Setiadi
03-07-2017, 12:26 AM
Maxxx 500 is easy to spin, good control, large power with stiff blade, throw angle is high but still on the table if you do it right it will be deadliest shot..


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TTCampsHungary
03-07-2017, 07:00 PM
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By far the better rubber personally i would say after tenergy and evolution mxp, Rhyzm has to be up there with one of the best rubbers around.

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JHB
03-07-2017, 07:52 PM
As my posts that you've replied to were two years ago, it's only fair I give you an update. I eventually went for the K7 with Rhyzm, and immediately started playing as though I'd been born with it in my hand ! Not only that but the Rhyzm lasted the better part of two years before I felt it was time to put new rubbers on.

I'm currently playing with MX-P/MX-S which seems to suit me almost as well, however I'm still tempted to return to Rhyzm next time around. But who knows, there could be a whole new batch of rubbers to consider by then - although I'll keep the K7 until I break it. Coincidentally I'm also now in a position to consider Butterfly when I next want a change - yet another EJ in the making.......