JOOLA K5 Blade
Approx. $ 63 USD
Price $

User Ratings (7)

Speed 7.6
Control 8.2
Stiffness 3.2   
Some flex
Hardness 3.5   
Medium soft
Consistency 5.8   
Occasional variations
Overall 7.6 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 88 / 100
Control 88 / 100
Weight 85g
The K-Line is one of the most successful series of competition blades in the TT scene.

Meanwhile the JOOLA K5 became the most sold JOOLA offensive blade. Numerous JOOLA players have absolute confidence on the hightech blade.

An extreme absorbing, elastic "honey"-comb is placed in the grip in such a way that the bat has to immediately restore its original form right after contact with the ball - this provides an enormous backstroke effect, which increases control and speed by far.

In comparison with that, conventional (passive) designs can only slightly reduce the arriving oscillations and are not able to build up an active resistance.

Moreover, the proved RAG-Technology (RoundAboutGrip) of the K-Line provides a senso-optimized transmission between hand and grip, the guarantee for a sensitive play even in most extreme situations!

Reviews (5)

ExploreTT  on 12/2/2016

If you are a beginner, buy this blade right now. The handle is very comfortable and eye-candy. Despite all the sweat from playing with it, even now the handle doesn't seem a bit different from when I first bought it. The technology that they used for this blade is something amazing, and I really like it. With this blade you can do everything. Balance between speed spin and control is good. Especially when it comes to spin, this blade has no equal. I put Tenergy05 on this bad boy and beleive me I've never generated more spin. But be careful what rubbers you put on. It is suitable with hard and very fast sponges (max thickness). Not suitable for tenergy. This blade is made for tensor rubbers. If you don't know what tensor rubbers are, well, it means that they are stretched from the get-go. A good chunk of european rubbers are made with this technology. I tried Donic Bluefire M1 on this blade (Formula Donic = tensor) and Joola Rhyzm and I'm 100% satisfied. However. If you're an intermediate or greater offensive player, you definitely would want something more solid and fast. After I improved my skill with this blade, I realised that I need something that would do more justice away from the table, so i'm switching it. Also gotta be carefull with the blade because the durability is poor, after some time my blade has a lot of damages to it despite my carefullness. I will miss this blade though. This is one of the blades that makes you really enjoy table tennis.
jbgwtf  on 10/3/2012

i realy like it, i used version without rag*... very nice for beginers, and for players who whant controled loops.. suitable for chinese rubbers, but its better with tensor...
hall  on 1/18/2012

8 because is perfect blade for beginners.. u can easy loop almost everything..dont use soft rubbers with it.. nice combo with 1. juic driva smash ultima 2. friendship 729fx
Anonymous  on 11/23/2009

did not like with joola air gona put some mark v on it and see let ya know
bartek4443  on 4/30/2009

don't like this blade. i had for two yearfs and i played at 1800. i then switch to galaxy t-8 and i start beating level 2000 players consistently, it made my balls much faster and me in turn more aggresive(galaxy). don't buy, not good blade

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