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JOOLA Gold 3-Star - pack of 120
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Premium quality balls.
Made from best celluloid and checked at every stage of production, therefore there is hardly any variation in diameter, weight and roundness from one ball to another. However, the decisive factor for the use of a ball in top performance table tennis is its consistent hardness, as this is the only way to guarantee an even ball bounce and the best practise. Therefore every ball is tested again using this criterion and only the best are selected. JOOLA GOLD, the ball of the best!
JOOLA GOLD is the ball chosen by the EUROPE TOP 12 tournament in Frankfurt 2008 and the German Cup winners 2007, the TTC Zugbrücke Grenzau. It is also the official ball of the 2008 JOOLA North American Tour.
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Reviews of JOOLA Gold 3-Star - pack of 120 (6)
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in its life, the ball is average at best, they are hard but they only seem to last a few matches, i played a league match and amazingly i broke 4 balls in 7 points, then got a butterfly ball out, completed the rest of the night without a problem, dont bother with joola gold!
I have never played with a ball which broke so often. Hard to judge because it breaks!
I prefer DHS, Butterfly, Stiga, Schildkrot and Nittaku over these. DHS is best "bang for the buck", but love the weight and feel of Nittaku Premium (just wish they were cheaper).
Breaks very often :(
one of the best balls. i have used six balls so far and haven't played with any "eggs." just last night, i was playing with a chinese ball and our play seemed only to last up to three or four exchanges. we changed balls and our play became more consistent. expensive though.
by the way, i am not saying that lower-priced chinese balls are of lower quality. it's that quality control is not as strict as there are some "eggs" -- but for the price of chinese balls which is about 50%, i guess it's ok.
im really struggleing to give a sensable review on this ball because i just cant put my finger on why i dislike it so much, it seems hard yet very light and unpredictable, i never play well when its the chosen ball of one or two of my opposition! If you want the best, just use nittaku, if you want a cheaper alternative dont go for this one , try stiga premium instead.
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