JOOLA MAXXX-P

JOOLA MAXXX-P Rubber
Approx. $ 60 USD
Price $

User Ratings (22)

Speed 9.2
Spin 9.4
Control 9.4
Tackiness 2.6   
Slightly tacky
Weight 4.1   
Average
Sponge Hardness 5.0   
Medium
Gears 8.5   
Many gears
Throw Angle 5.1   
Medium high
Consistency 9.2
Durability 9.3   
Lasts a long time!
Overall 9.5 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor Yes
Anti No
There are 7 users using the JOOLA MAXXX-P.
P like precision, P like professional, P like Poly-ball

GeoGrip- Power-Technology is used - this develops significantly more grip of the ball for more spin due to an intense friction surface structure.

Find out for yourself, use the P's in your game and become even more successful!

The JOOLA-MAXXX rubbers with the Triple X Factor!
MaXXXimum power, MaXXXimum control and MaXXXimum spin are now being completed with a new variation that is even more dangerous.

The new GeoGrip-Power-Technology with the even more intense friction surface is ideal in connection with the special pimple arrangement and the large macropore structure of the sponge for perfect topspin balls at the highest speed. These characteristics come to be an advantage especially when playing with the new Poly-ball.

Due to it being a slightly softer version with a sponge hardness of 42.5°, the MAXXX-P is ideal for ambitioned players, who lay emphasis on control and ball feeling.

Reviews (9)

rocknex  on 11/30/2015

This is my first review in tabletennistdb, it is really a good source to help to make new gear decision. Joola Maxxx-P is quite a surprise to me. I have been using Rakaza 7 soft on BH, which I like a lot. I have also tried Stiga Airoc & Butterfly Tenergy. Tenergy needless to say it's wonderful, but very expensive. R7 soft maybe an good alternative. Yesterday I realized Joola Maxxx-P is another excellent choice on BH. It deliver a very very good feeling og control and maxxx-p serve me well from the first hit. For my personal taste I like it more than Tenergy. It's slower and less power than Tibar MX-P, which is on my FH. Highly recommended on BH.
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Eguarner  on 1/15/2017

As rated, you get great control with this rubber, and can still achieve great spin and speed with ease. I used it on backhand before I decided to switch to the softer Evo MXS. This rubber has great catapult, great spin and great control. As advertised, MaX speed, MaX spin, maX control. Could not decide wether to use it for FH por BH. Really does everything from chops to smashes really well. Grippy as new after 20+ hours of robot play over a dusty flor (balls get really dirty). It does make a difference wether you hit celluloid or poly ball. It grips poly ball a lot better and can really make it spin, A LOT. P for Poly ball. Great quality, Not very appealing -to me- springy yellow sponge.
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marici22  9 months ago

This is a decent all-round attack rubber. It's got tremendously fast or spinny but has great control to back it up. To be honest it's a bit lackluster compared to other tensor rubbers such as T05, MX-P and such. If you're not a full on attacker but like to take the game with a bit less aggression, this would be a good option. Still, I'm not sure if the price can be justified.
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abozemana  11 months ago

JOOLA MAXXX-P is a very good rubber very consistent power is very good when struck for power slams. Power on the serve is also very good. The spin is great on this rubber (chops are very spinney) All the different types of serves you can think of it can handle. The sponge on this rubber can handle blocking of your opponents fast slams with a great return. I would say this rubber is one of the best in the Joola family.
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MrNoboru  on 10/20/2017

Reliable rubber. Excellent control and grips the ball well. Feels softer than what I was expecting after reading the reviews, softer than Acuda Blue P2 and Bluefire JP 02. Feels quite spin sensitive, so you may need some time to adjust to that, especially when blocking spinny loops. Using this on my RPB.
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