• Join our newsletter: 
  • Welcome Guest


    Results 1 to 7 of 7
    1. Top | #1
      EyyT is offline
      This user has no status.
       
      Established TTD Member Country: Taiwan

      Equipment:
      Blade DHS FB2X
      Forehand Rubber 729 Battle 2 Gold Edition
      Backhand Rubber Xiom Vega X

      Join Date
      Mar 2020
      Posts
      196
      Reviews
      Read 0 Reviews
      Liked 21 Times in 18 Posts

      Same rubber in different blades

      So I used a rakza X on malin soft carbon backhand and I really like the flicks, speed, and the overall of the rubber, but it is black because the seller glued it to me, and now I am with a fango bo x and the backhand rubber is a bluefire m2 and I think its really soft and I was considering to buy a new rubber that is similar to rakza x but cheaper since I spent a lot on table tennis. Or just buy an new sheet of rakza x and not buy table tennis thing for a while, but will it be soft with the new blade? And which are other medium hard rubbers like rakza x for a cheaper price?

    2. Top | #2
      nymose is offline
      This user has no status.
       
      Advanced TTD Member Country: Denmark

      Equipment:
      Blade Avalox BT 550 / Avalox BT 555

      Join Date
      Jun 2013
      Location
      Zealand Nærum
      Posts
      327
      Reviews
      Read 0 Reviews
      Liked 50 Times in 45 Posts
      Quote Originally Posted by EyyT View Post
      So I used a rakza X on malin soft carbon backhand and I really like the flicks, speed, and the overall of the rubber, but it is black because the seller glued it to me, and now I am with a fango bo x and the backhand rubber is a bluefire m2 and I think its really soft and I was considering to buy a new rubber that is similar to rakza x but cheaper since I spent a lot on table tennis. Or just buy an new sheet of rakza x and not buy table tennis thing for a while, but will it be soft with the new blade? And which are other medium hard rubbers like rakza x for a cheaper price?
      Usually if you ask the seller, they'll put the black site on the forehand. You can of course just use the "Wrong" side as forehand if the rubbers are the same, since there shouldn't be any noticable difference. But of course the ocd tells us that the lense Should be on our forehand. Luckily Yasaka blades have lenses on both sides

      If the rakza X still works, you could take it off and put it on the fang Bo to save money. But it can take Some time and energy to remove the glue first. But if it's still Very Even when you take it off, you could just add a new thin layer on top maybe

      Sendt fra min SM-A202F med Tapatalk

    3. Top | #3
      EyyT is offline
      This user has no status.
       
      Established TTD Member Country: Taiwan

      Equipment:
      Blade DHS FB2X
      Forehand Rubber 729 Battle 2 Gold Edition
      Backhand Rubber Xiom Vega X

      Join Date
      Mar 2020
      Posts
      196
      Reviews
      Read 0 Reviews
      Liked 21 Times in 18 Posts
      but I want to use it on the backhand but my forehand already is a black one

    4. Top | #4
      nymose is offline
      This user has no status.
       
      Advanced TTD Member Country: Denmark

      Equipment:
      Blade Avalox BT 550 / Avalox BT 555

      Join Date
      Jun 2013
      Location
      Zealand Nærum
      Posts
      327
      Reviews
      Read 0 Reviews
      Liked 50 Times in 45 Posts
      Quote Originally Posted by EyyT View Post
      but I want to use it on the backhand but my forehand already is a black one
      Aaarh okay, I see

      Sendt fra min SM-A202F med Tapatalk

    5. Top | #5
      mocker88 is offline
      This user has no status.
       
      TTD Member Country: Sweden

      Equipment:
      Blade Yinhe MC-4
      Forehand Rubber Yinhe Moon Pro Hard
      Backhand Rubber TSP Ventus Soft, Black, 1.8mm

      Join Date
      Oct 2019
      Location
      Sweden
      Posts
      68
      Reviews
      Read 1 Reviews
      Liked 12 Times in 12 Posts
      Go for a Andro Hexer Grip or Powergrip for your backhand. You may save 10$ or so.

    6. Top | #6
      Kuba Hajto is offline
      says Equipment matters a lot to
      scrubs who can't make minor
      adjustments to their stroke.
       
      Elite TTD Member Country: Europe

      Equipment:
      Blade Donic Ovtcharov No1 Senso
      Forehand Rubber A tacky chinese stuff, Scrubplayer considers garbage
      Backhand Rubber A bouncy one

      Join Date
      Oct 2019
      Posts
      1,040
      Reviews
      Read 0 Reviews
      Liked 381 Times in 279 Posts
      Quote Originally Posted by EyyT View Post
      Or just buy an new sheet of rakza x and not buy table tennis thing for a while, but will it be soft with the new blade?
      Don't lie to yourself XD Everyone spends money on tt constantly. You are not alone XD
      How hard is rakza X? Yasaka page rates it as 4+. Rakza 7 in comparison is rated 4 and has approximate 47.5 ESN scale, and Rakza Z has with 50 ESN scale. Maybe Gewo EL Pro 48 would be good fit? Dont know. I was just going about the hardness approximation. Hope others will give you better advice.

      If you really really like it, maybe go for a bundle deal 4=3 or something like that.
      Last edited by Kuba Hajto; 12-02-2020 at 03:31 PM.

    7. Top | #7
      yogi_bear is offline
      This user has no status.
       
      Equipment Expert
      Master TTD Member Country: Philippines
      yogi_bear's Avatar
      Equipment:
      Blade Xiom 36.5; Tmount T540; Yasaka ML Soft Carbon
      Forehand Rubber Omega 7 China;Kokutaku 007 Pro; Hurricane 3
      Backhand Rubber Xiom Omega 7 Asia; Stiga DNA H; Joola Dynaryz

      Join Date
      Jan 2012
      Location
      Philippines
      Posts
      5,169
      Reviews
      Read 80 Reviews
      Liked 2,386 Times in 1,556 Posts
      Go with another Rakza X.

    Tags for this Thread

    Posting Permissions

    • You may not post new threads
    • You may not post replies
    • You may not post attachments
    • You may not edit your posts
    •  
    Log in or Register
    BACK TO TOP