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  1. Maxxx 400

    5 out of 5 rating for Maxxx 400 Great rubber for FH and BH. I've said this quite a bit, but our rhyzm line has always seemed to be more of a speedster while our maxxx line has always focused more on spin. After you glue it, it will probably shrink a little bit when you reglue it. Also with all...
  2. Energy X-Tra

    4 out of 5 rating for Energy X-Tra This rubber was great on the backhand. It's soft at 37.5 degrees, but it definitely has more of a kick than the Xsoft. Before Tenergy came out this rubber definitely had potential to be a good speed glue replacement. However since it's got a less porous sponge...
  3. Brave

    4 out of 5 rating for Brave Brave was a limited run rubber, made in Japan. It's actually a great rubber for spinning and over the table looping. Yue 'Jennifer' Wu, USA 2016 Olympian used this rubber and liked it, but as it became discontinued she decided to switch to Maxxx 500 and Maxxx-P...
  4. Energy 325

    4 out of 5 rating for Energy 325 Energy 325 is a rebranded Energy Xsoft rubber. It's a great rubber on the backhand or even a step up for beginners using a mambo/sriver type rubber to learn the fundamentals. If your style involves blocking or quick counters off the bounce this rubber is great...
  5. Maxxx 400

    Review by 'Mr. RicharD' on item 'Maxxx 400'

    Great rubber for FH and BH. I've said this quite a bit, but our rhyzm line has always seemed to be more of a speedster while our maxxx line has always focused more on spin. After you glue it, it will probably shrink a little bit when you reglue it. Also with all of our maxxx and rhyzm lines...
  6. Energy X-Tra

    Review by 'Mr. RicharD' on item 'Energy X-Tra'

    This rubber was great on the backhand. It's soft at 37.5 degrees, but it definitely has more of a kick than the Xsoft. Before Tenergy came out this rubber definitely had potential to be a good speed glue replacement. However since it's got a less porous sponge it's nothing compared to rubbers...
  7. Brave

    Review by 'Mr. RicharD' on item 'Brave'

    Brave was a limited run rubber, made in Japan. It's actually a great rubber for spinning and over the table looping. Yue 'Jennifer' Wu, USA 2016 Olympian used this rubber and liked it, but as it became discontinued she decided to switch to Maxxx 500 and Maxxx-P This rubber is pretty awesome to...
  8. Energy 325

    Review by 'Mr. RicharD' on item 'Energy 325'

    Energy 325 is a rebranded Energy Xsoft rubber. It's a great rubber on the backhand or even a step up for beginners using a mambo/sriver type rubber to learn the fundamentals. If your style involves blocking or quick counters off the bounce this rubber is great to play with. You will lose power...
  9. JOOLA equipment for sale

    In the U.S. it retails for $64.95 If you're looking to buy and are in the U.S. I can sell for much cheaper. PM me if interested.
  10. Adidas to discontinue table tennis products

    Just so people know, Adidas was never in the TT market as a company. There was a third party who paid royalties to Adidas, hence the steep prices on both wholesale and retail. Great equipment though.
  11. JOOLA equipment for sale

    PM me if interested. US Sales only. I can get you the best prices before the holidays on all JOOLA, iPong equipment. Rhyzm-P, Rhyzm Tech, Maxxx-P - great for the poly ball and at a great price.
  12. Der_Echte gunna be in L.A. to Umpire

    I'll be there on Friday. Hopefully I'll have the time to hit. We sponsored the event with tables and umpire accessories. Hope to see you there!
  13. Adidas to discontinue table tennis products

    I've heard through the grapevine that they are going to shut down within a year. Also please don't confuse Adidas TT with Adidas the company. The table tennis company is owned by a separate entity. They just really liked to make quality products. The unfortunate issue was that the royalties paid...
  14. Best backhand in the world?

    Really depends on what your definition of Best BH in the world is. Power, Spin, Control, Short Game, Mid Distance, Over the Table, Banana Flip, Chop, Push, Lob, Loop, Consistency? A lot of stuff to consider. As has already been said previously ZJK pretty much has everything on the list covered...
  15. Playing Against Hardbat Users

    I would suggest serving fast low no spin serves. If your opponent is using wood and smashes much of your shots they are too high. If you're spinning the ball then you're not spinning deep enough on the table. Remember that he's not giving you much to work with so you need to be focused on...
  16. Beginner - change from DHS to Sriver?

    Overthinking is exactly what you're saying. You believe you have energy / movement issues over what what is necessary & beneficial. The older we are the more we want to know about how something feels or exactly what height the ball needs to be contacted. We need more details when truly the best...
  17. Tenergy 05 and 64 alternatives

    They guarantee they have the best online price. Local dealers will almost always beat out the online pricing since they should have built a rapport with the clubs.
  18. Tenergy 05 and 64 alternatives

    From the joola line I'd suggest rhyzm 425 is the closest we have to T64. Rhyzm 48 degree is probably faster than T05, but less spin whereas Maxxx 500 has more spin, but is definitely slower. If you like T05 on your forehand then I'd go with the maxxx, but if you like it on your BH try the rhyzm...
  19. Beginner - change from DHS to Sriver?

    You'd be correct in that harder rubbers are generally harder to "feel" the ball with. Sriver is a great beginner rubber. Mambo from JOOLA and various other brands all have their mainstream starter rubbers. And yes to learn technique and build some solid basics into your game you should start...
  20. How can I remove my blade's handle without damaging it?

    Most blades use a strong wood glue so if you boil the blade handle in water or take a cup of boiled water and let the blade sit in there for 1 minute you can get a razor blade and/or flat head screwdriver to wedge the handle off. DO NOT microwave a carbon blade as your blade will basically...
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