10% off orders of 2 or more JOOLA rubber sheets. Your discount will appear on the shopping cart.
15% off if you add a JOOLA blade (discount on entire combo). See Recommended JOOLA Combos.
Holiday Deadline This item needs to be ordered by Dec 16, 2pm ET for guaranteed delivery by Dec 24.
JOOLA Rhyzer 43
Help us keep the best prices! Report a lower price.
Free US Shipping
Rhyzer 43 has a medium hard 43° sponge and excellently suits the spin-oriented, multi-variant play close to the table and from half-distance. Despite the enormous speed, it compensates shortcomings while hitting the ball. Rhyzer 43 provides a rather soft stroke feeling and therefore guarantees very good feedback at an arched trajectory of the ball.
About JOOLA Rhyzer
JOOLA presents a completely new technically top level rubber series - the new rubbers Rhyzer 48 and Rhyzer 43. They compensate the peculiarity of a plastic ball - low speed and low spin. With two innovative approaches, the improvement of sponge technology and the advancement of pimple geometry, JOOLA is heading towards a totally new dimension of rubber development.
The modified flight characteristics of the plastic ball forced many players to correct familiar movement patterns, representing a major challenge that in many cases lead to discontent with the used material. This was the starting point for the development of this completely new rubber series.
The new JOOLA Rhyzer has an extremely thin and grippy surface, being under high tension because of its composition, in combination with the narrow, relatively short pimples and larger gaps, this leads to maximum catapult effect. In addition, the flexible pimples provide an extended dwell time of the ball, sensitive strokes and therefore excellent spin features. Because of the smaller layer thickness of the upper rubber, the JOOLA Rhyzer could be fitted with a thicker sponge in the Maximum version. This „Powermax“ sponge provides an additional dynamics upgrade for the Rhyzer. The large-pored, pink-colored sponge further intensifies the power and energy potential. Despite high dynamics the large pores still provide sensitive touch and extra control in all playing situations.
Strategy: ALL to OFF EXTREME
Customers who purchased JOOLA Rhyzer 43 also purchased:
Rubber FAQ and Guide - what you need to know when buying rubber sheets.
Compare rubber ratings - compare ratings to other sheets.
Racket Assembly Limitation: We regret that we currently can only assemble this rubber sheet to a JOOLA blade.
Best Price Guarantee We guarantee to have the lowest prices (shipping included) in the US. Please tell us if you to lower price.
Reviews of JOOLA Rhyzer 43 (2)
I try this Rhyzer 43 2.0 red with DHS Hurricane 5, Fastarc P1 2.0 on the other side.
It's a fast and bouncy rubber, very similar to Fastarc P1 in term of speed. But the throw angle is lower than Fastarc P1, it's medium-low, trajectories are very directs, making it an excellent backhand rubber.
The short play is easy : it's not very sensitive to the incoming spin and control is good if you don't engage the sponge.
Blocking and flat hit : surprisingly very good, the medium hardness of the sponge let me thinking this rubber will be very limited on that compartment but I was wrong. Blocking even against strong topspin is a piece of cake, flat heating against a ball whitout consistency is easy to.
Topspin : The softness of the sponge help a lot for topspin, grip is good, not better not worst than all other modern tensors. Counter topspin requiert a good technic and/or be used to play with bouncy rubbers.
Conclusion : Good backhand rubber, bouncy, medium hardness, medium throw angle, many gears for close table players. Not recommanded for forehand side, mid-distance (or more) players, to soft for high level players.
Speed : Rakza 9 > Fastarc P1 = Rhyzer 43 = MXP > MXS = Fastarc G1 > Rasant grip
Spin : MXS = G1 > Rakza 9 = P1 = Rhyzer 43 = MXP = Rasant grip
Throw angle : MXS > G1 > P1 > Rasant grip > MXP = Rhyzer 43 = Rakza 9
So i finally got to play with my rhyzer 43 today at a local table tennis club. I can only say positive things about it so far due to
1. I only played with it for 3 hours
2. I don't get to play/practice often so faults in my game/technique I don't want to blame it on the rubber
3. I have only ever owned 1 tensor rubber before being butterfly tenergy 05 as my comparsion
So one thing that I feel stands out with this rubber.
Its fast & loud. If you have good technique / foot work it is really fun to play with. My opponents were overpowered in topspin rallies or the ball came back to fast for them to respond against my loops & drives.
I want to say more about this rubber but I don't want to misrepresent it because I rarely play/know all the techniques/technical aspects of the game and how a rubber should perform close,mid,far from table with the correct technique. Lets just say I had fun with it from all distances especially mid distance.
Plus of going to a tt club is I got to try other players equipment as well as let them try mine. So I got to compare rhyzer 43 first hand specifically to tenergy 05 and joola rhyzm -P (both in max thickness that were both excellent condition). To my eyes the rhyzer had more spin with harder/medium strokes and a more linear arc (but still safe arc to go over the net consistently) compared to the 05 & rhyzm -P. Rhyzer 43 was faster than T05 & J-P and the rhyzer 43 is on a slow blade being joola chen defender compared to the butterfly zlc blade & the other one was hinoki but i forget what it was.
I liked this rubber alot so I ordered another 2 rhyzer 43 red+black in max thickness.
Table Tennis Rubber