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Yasaka Rakza Z

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For the first time in the RAKZA series, the top sheet has stickiness by employing a new production method. The result is a surface with exceptional grip, enabling phenomenal spin. The result enables you to make strong spin with a very high arc. Serves and short returns are both precise and sharp. The RAKZA Z rubbers are made for attacking players, both close to the table and from half distance.

Speed: 94
Spin: 99
Control: 91


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Yasaka rubbers are steeped in history dating back all the way to 1926. The flagship rubber for Yasaka has been the Mark V. Mark V burst onto the table tennis world stage in the 1970 and 1971 World Championships taking home victory in both competitions. The Mark V is still going strong today and other versions of the rubber have been produced through the following decades.

More recently Yasaka has developed Rakza rubbers which have taken innovation to another level. The shape of the pimples provides a strong balance between spin and speed. Rakza rubbers use Hybrid Energy to provide synergy between top sheet and sponge providing great elasticity for power and control.

Yasaka has many more rubbers in their product line as well. Yasaka rubbers are used by top professionals as well as players of all levels. Be like 2019 World Championship Silver Medalist Matias Falck and choose Yasaka rubbers.


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Reviews of Yasaka Rakza Z (14)

The best rubber right now!
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Best quality for reasonable price.
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Hard rubber with superb spin and control. But the durability isnt that good as the rakza 7
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Probably the best rubber I've ever used! It's actually really fast, but is capable of soft touch shots, as it has almost no bounce on touches. Superb spin, great control. On a fast blade it does require a proper closed angle technique on attacking shots however. This is Hurricane 3 National version 2.0. Little faster on medium/hard power hits, drive technique can be less precise to land on the table. Using on forehand, considering for backhand as well.
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What an amazing rubber. For me the best forehand rubber. Its slower than normal esn rubbers but the quality of the shots is just wow. The shots are loaded with spin and you have long dwell time to aim where you want to play. Very good control through the thickness. It isnt spin sensitive. If you like to brush the ball this rubber is made for you. If you like to hit there are Other better choices.
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Very similar to Dignics 09 c at one third price.
Sponge is hard. Topsheet is tacky.
Not sensitive to spin. Very easy to return serves. Made for fast carbon blades. Chinese + Europe hybrid. Very forgiving. High control. Insane spins. Love it. I bought 4 and will buy few more.
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High spin, beautiful control. I used this with Ma Lin Carbon Soft. It is a terrific combination, and I absolutely love this rubber. While drive power and smash power aren't terrific, that is typical with tackier spinner rubber that require longer strokes. In terms of smashing, I recommend that you use Rakza X, 9, or 7 in order to smash lobs. Loop power is terrific and has many gears, and the quality of the shot is high regardless of long-mid-short distance loop. Serve is brilliant, It is capable of putting out a ridiculous amount of backspin. I don't put out topspin serves too often, but with the right disguise it can also have a deadly topspin service.
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Can hit all my same shots. Everything is just a lot slower than Rakza 7 or Rakza 7 soft. Very dense sponge. Feels more like chinese sponge.
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I have tested this now for only two hours. I have it in my XIOM IceCream AZXi blade in the forehand. The rubber is quite like T09c, but the sponge is much softer. A bit tacky, easy to spin. Still something is missing and I prefer T09c over this. But I will try this more in coming weeks.
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The best that has happened to mankind since Pink Floyd... 52 degrees, feels like 47. The looping is awesome.
You can do all with it, insane spin, serves and shortplay at the net is incredible. This is why i like Yasaka. Donic, for example throws out 12 different Blue that and Blue that a year. Yasaka really tests their materiel instead of mass-outlets
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The best rubber i have ever used. My brother, much better tt-player plays also wiith this rubber.
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The best that has happened to mankind since Apollo 11 landed in Mare Tranquillas
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This is as close to Butterflyproducts you can come, but this is WAYYY better than Any Tenergy. I have tested them all except 09C. And the price...I buyed 4 straight up, both versions, The 57 degree is hard, The 52 version better, for ne that is. But believe me when i say this will be very hyped within a month!
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Been testing this for 2 hours only yet, but what a rubber its ca 47-52 degrees, so it is hard, yet it ir the soft version. The spin beats the most i have tried,. The grades can shift after some pass more. Be sure to check out Rakza Z 55 (!) degrees!
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