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Hi, I've read the last few pages of this thread very interesting and felt that Mr. Andy still cannot find your correct BH rubber? Today I had a friendly meeting with his friend and he just now is in love with your JRE. FH Rakza 9 Soft rubber 2.0 mm, the BH-9 Soft Rakza 2.0 mm. It was very annoying, BH spins and the power of rush. I had a lot of problems to face his pressure. I borrowed his racket out of curiosity and in several test exchanges really have to commit exceptional control of this device. FH I didn't like me so much, it was a little stiff, but BH was excellent. Open, short game, contrast, blocks really work great. Courtesy of a friend I exchanged his one Rakza 9 Soft for my favorite Joola Rhyzm P 2.0 mm. I rolled in the hands several times during the exchanges of rocket and Rhyzm P 2.0 mm me strongly delivers on FH side. Wou, that was something! Suddenly, completely changed the image of the balance games and a friend found himself in the role of statisty. My FH is at 99% still controlled spins played on the exact location and from BH then I'm waiting for an opportunity to finish the point. This setting works on my style of the game and I already know that tomorrow I'll be ordering the JRE to my collection:(. Firmly I just hope that tomorrow all day not electricity or dealer will be on vacation, so he couldn't hear my žalozpěvy. My friend played this for about three months and raised his BH up tremendously. His confidence has grown, and the whole it crowned the victory a few days ago in the TOP 8 in its category. I apologize for the immediate impressions, emotions and enthusiasm....., ,Embarrassed
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On my head, this is, of course, about Rakza X soft Nuke

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Originally posted by Wolf Wolf wrote:

On my head, this is, of course, about Rakzu X soft Nuke
Well, sure, switching from Primorac carbon to most anything may make you ecstatic Big smile !
(1) Juic SBA (Fl, 85 g) with Bluefire JP3 (red max) on FH and 0.6 mm DR N Desperado on BH; (2) Yinhe T7 (Fl, 87 g) with Bluefire M3 (red 2.0) on FH and 0.6 mm 755 on BH.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Wolf Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05/15/2015 at 10:23am
I understand your point of view, Primorac Carbon is only a tool, how do you keep the respect. Geek However, JRE, I tried to play during the past three years several times and with different rubbers, but couldn't say I never Wou! 
Tenergy 05-too hard, a little momentum, I worked a lot on the winning point.
 Tenergy 64-significantly better, but again it too low angle of reflection, an impossible game of the middle distance. 
JP 01, JP02, Xiom Vega For and I don't know what else, but nothing was so good on first impression, as the Rakza X Soft +Rhyzm P. 
Personally, I'm very convinced that this new generation of rubber blends with JRE far better than the previous generation of rubber.
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I played with the 2 RE for 1year (FL and AN) a month ago after trying others I come back to them and since I've decided to stay with the RE I bought 2 more from CONTRA.de, flared ones and I could not believe that the new FL Handle I got is totally different that the Old one I had
Is close to the Xiom handle but rounder on top, longer +.3 mm,and the wings are higher

It is 103 mm long, flattered and wider, the neck is nicely machined although they are 81 and 82 grams are thicker 5.9 and 6.0 mm than the old 86 grams fl that is 5.8 mm ....and Joola logo at the base of the handle is inserted nicely into the blade wood not applied on top of it with 2 nails like fixtures......

BTW I found Contra.de the only overseas places to buy Joola from USA with no restrictions.....may be others but tt11 is not one ,though
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And what about timtts.be ?
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I recently bought a JRE blade and was pleasantly surprised with the change in the handle as well. It's more rounded and it felt perfect in my hand. It was fairly fast but has a high level of control so overall I think it's a very good blade, especially for the money. 
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Would you have side by side pictures, or at least a picture of the new handle? Mine dates back two years or so, it's definitely old style.

From your descriptions, it's now closer to the Donic shape?
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Yes the flared is totally changed almost a copy of the Donic's flared ones, just 2mm wider at the base same 102- 103 mm long although feels longer cause the wings have a higher cut than the ovtcharov senso v2 that I have...
Others oversees shops may send Joola to USA idk I just buy from tt11, contra and dandoy....and many here, too
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I guess the new RE handles are the same as the Aruna handles, as it's the same blade.
Already owning a RE with anatomic handle, I wanted to try the flared handle. Bought the Aruna OFF and the flared handle is very nice!
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I have one JRE in CO that is soon going in the "for sale" section :)
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Originally posted by p1ngp0ng3r p1ngp0ng3r wrote:


I guess the new RE handles are the same as the Aruna handles, as it's the same blade.
Already owning a RE with anatomic handle, I wanted to try the flared handle. Bought the Aruna OFF and the flared handle is very nice!


The Aruna off handle is the same as the old RE handle. The New one is different.

So for those looking for RE with old handle get the Aruna off.
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Is the penhold version as good as shakehand?
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...of JRE
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Hi Andy,
are you still using the JRE? I used one last season and found it excellent for everything except forehand loop? I use fh2.1 and bh1.9 T05fx. I was amazed about how good the short game and serving was with the JRE. I found myself netting forehand loops from mid distance (I think this has more to do with my tendency to play too flat a stoke. I found backhand was excellent however even with T05fx especially on opening topspin.
since then I have tried andro temper tech all+ (tad slow)
andro ligna off (just a bit too much but a beautiful blade, too bouncy)
and tibhar stratus power wood (really like this but just a bit too bouncy in serve and short game)
so I think I am going back to the JRE. I find it easier to serve short or fast and long with control?
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Anybody selling a used JRE w/a ST handle? 
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I have one you could buy
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Originally posted by AndySmith AndySmith wrote:

JRE still excellent. But I have an itch to scratch before I'm forced to take a 2 month break due to further surgery at the end of Feb.

So! I've approached tt-manufaktur to make a custom version of his Carara Deep. It will be thus:

limba-koto-carbon/aramid-ayous-carbon/aramid-koto-cypress

I still miss my softer BH rubbers, so this is my last attempt to balance my BH and FH wings. If this is a failure, I'll switch permanently to medium sponges on the BH of the JRE and just get on with it.

I just...need to know.


I have just gone back to my JRE after using Andro ligna and TSPW.
I always use 1.9mm 05fx and it seems really spinny on opening backhand loop. direct when I drive/smash and really solid in tight game.

Perhaps I would be better trying a harder rubber but I am not convinced??

I also don't think it is a high throw blade?
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I just don't like soft rubbers on blades with hinoki outers.  It's a personal thing, and definitely not some sort of universal truth.  The JRE's hinoki is thin and so felt better to me than the Legend Carbon with the same soft rubber, but I just never felt as comfortable with it as I did with koto, or limba.

I think the throw is pretty medium really, but certainly high enough to do a job when looping.  I didn't find that it was particularly slow from further back, but a lot of that could be coming from the rubber selection perhaps.  But if you feel that it lacks power from distance AND you use a soft rubber, you'll end up swinging so hard that you bottom the rubber out and the arc flattens out.  If that's the case, brush more (although you trade speed) or use a harder sponge.

Still a great blade.
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Andy, are you still using the JRE?
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Originally posted by mog1111 mog1111 wrote:

Andy, are you still using the JRE?

Nope.

How old is this thread now - a few years?  I don't have a good record on long-term blade relationships.  Tears for all the blades I've loved before...  CryCryCryCryCryCryCry
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What are you using now?
Are you from the midlands somewhere?
I think you might of played at the West Mids senior recently
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Originally posted by mog1111 mog1111 wrote:

What are you using now?
Are you from the midlands somewhere?
I think you might of played at the West Mids senior recently

I'm using a Levi Basalt blade at the moment.  I can't even imagine changing it!  Ever!  For at least a week or so!

Yeah, I'm in Staffordshire.  I was going to the West Mids Open and signed up but had to pull out due to ill health.  A few of my clubmates did go though.  Sounded like a good event!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mog1111 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07/11/2016 at 10:51am
the best local player I know has had the same blade for about 40 years. he won our county championship at about 14 or 15 years old and has been the best player pretty much every year.
Its not even Carbon??
and he only uses Joola Green Power
seems to spin and hit the ball fast enough. LOL
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Has anyone tried short pips on JRE?
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yes weirdly I did it 1.5mm tsp spin pips but I did not persevere with him long enough to really comment
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I'm thinking of putting a sheet of hexer pips on my JRE. I'm wondering whether it'll be a good idea coz of the hinoki top ply
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I think you would need plenty of sponge and it will take some effort at training to get the touch. wont just happen overnight.
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just got a 2nd hand JRE. Lens is gone, handle has been repaired but the blade face is still fine with just some minor dents on the side.

I used an ITC PoweCell RS on the FH and Bryce Speed on BH. After several days playing I felt that it behaved like an all wood blade in short to medium effort strokes. Above average on strokes in and around the table. On stronger strokes, punch blocks and flat hits, the carbon beneath the two layers kicks in and it behaves like a carbon blade should, fast and crisp.

What I like about it is the 'loopability', the capacity to do controlled accurate loops, drives and counters. Its got good dwell like an all wood. Its got decent speed to finish points on flat hits.

This just became my new main weapon. Coming from Challenge Speed, Tibhar KJH then to Acoustic Carbon then to JRE. JRE narowly edges out my Acoustic Carbon on control and looping but barely on speed.

I will be trying T05 and Tibhar and maybe short pimple rubbers on JRE next, see how that goes.


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