JOOLA Timeless (Anti-spin)

JOOLA Timeless (Anti-spin) Rubber
Approx. $ 29 USD
Price $

User Ratings (6)

Speed 4.1
Spin 2.9
Control 9.0
Tackiness 0.0   
Completely non-tacky
Weight 3.0   
Sponge Hardness 1.0   
Gears 6.0   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 3.3   
Consistency 7.5
Durability 2.3   
Not very durable
Overall 8.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 6.0 / 10
Spin 7.0 / 10
Control 9.0 / 10
Tensor No
Anti Yes
JOOLA Rubber "Timeless" - a world first!

Finally available: JOOLA Timeless - a world first table tennis rubber! Timeless is a new disturbance rubber based on anti loop technology, can be controlled without extended training and will impress with its excellent ball feedback!

The completely new structure of the rubber surface of Timeless was achieved by using a revolutionary production technique, which is completed by a chemical burn of the rubber. In combination with a foamed rubber sponge the upper rubber provides a new, unique playing feeling! Spin reversal and speed variations are now controllable for everybody! The JOOLA Timeless adds a new dimension for specialist material players.

Successful coach Pavel Solja, responsible for the training of the probably most successful European specialist material player, Amelie Solja, described the JOOLA Timeless as a milestone in development of rubbers with spin reversal effect!

Reviews (2)

Patrick & Glenene Keating  on 1/22/2012

just started to play with this rubber .made my own blade . great control ,will know more after some more games.
Slick  on 12/1/2011

This rubber represents a new type of anti-spin. It is extremely safe just like a classic anti, but also has remarkable spin reversal as the new firctionless antis do. It allows medium-fast returns as well as extremely short stop balls with little differences in wrist action. It is well suited to attacking under-spin balls or reversing them to top-spin by simple blocking. It also offers very safe but dangerous returns on top-spin. It also may produce a little spin on its own. It is not very demanding regarding technique but one must be aware that the duration of the ball/sheet contact plays an important role in how the rubber reacts. I used to play classical anti for decades, switched to slick anti half yr ago, which already improved my results, but now play at least one class better with this hybrid between both types of anti than with both antis before. As with all antis: The rating for spin refers to the possibility of the rubber to generate spin on its own, whereas its rating for retention of opponents' spin would be around 7. The disadvantages are price (>100$) and durability: The top sheet disaggregates from sponge where you often hit balls and where you place your fingers. So the rubber can be played for - I estimate - half a year before it is finally unusable, and the collapse starts even earlier.

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