JOOLA Express X-Soft

JOOLA Express X-Soft Rubber
Approx. $ 52 USD
Price $

User Ratings (7)

Speed 7.7
Spin 8.3
Control 8.3
Tackiness 0.9   
Completely non-tacky
Weight 2.3   
Sponge Hardness 0.4   
Gears 5.3   
Throw Angle 6.3   
Medium high
Consistency 10.0
Durability 4.8   
Average durability
Overall 7.9 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No
Non-stop playing pleasure - the extra soft version of the express not only gives increased control but also convinces with distinct feeling for spin balls.

35° Sponge
Strategy: ALL / OFF extrem
Speed: Fast
Spin: Extra High
Control: Extra High

Reviews (6)

burt  on 4/24/2012

lovely speed glue effect and sound, good for back from the table counter looping
Anonymous  on 8/24/2010

this rubber is amazing when u first get it. the looping is very accurate and the spin is wonderful and the control is second to none. the sound is also very loud. however, this does not last a long time at all. after 2 weeks there is a sudden drop off in spin. the ball begins to skid on the rubber, and there is a loss of control. unless ur rich enough that u can afford to get new rubber every 2 weeks, dont buy this
DestoDave  on 8/24/2010

I have played with soft rubber on my BH over the years like Donic Desto F3 and F3 Big Slam, but I wanted to give this a try. The first 2 weeks was great, but after that a dramatic drop off. I recommended this to a couple of my students and they tried it as well with the same results...great for 2 wks...then bottoms out. Use Desto F3 or BigSlam if you like soft rubbers.
Anonymous  on 3/11/2010

i dont know what the guys above are saying. this rubber gets very nice spin. the speed is not as fast as the other express rubbers but it's still fairly fast. it is soft but is great for the fh. i give this rubber an A-.
Anonymous  on 7/31/2009

Definitely the slowest of the JOOLA express line, but more ideal to a beginner starting to spin the ball. It's softer then the other express rubbers which gives more dwell time and control with the ball, which gives you an easier time to spin the ball. It reminds me of a sriver or a mambo with a slight glue effect.

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