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Incorporating fresh glueing effect in a new dimension: JOOLA energy with the newly developed "GREEN POWER" technology.
With "GREEN POWER" a new rubber technology is introduced in which almost 100% of the possible increase in performance achieved by fresh glueing of high-performance rubbers is permanently incorporated. Trajectory, playing feeling and the all-important sound of fresh glueing are permanent features of this new product.
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Reviews of JOOLA Energy (14)
Older ESN design that seems to only develop any real speed when boosted. Easy to loop with.
Nice rubber,feeling is hard to describe you can feel the ball on your blade like with no other rubber that I have played before and I played with more then few,speed is more then enough I just wish that have more spin. It lacks the spin compared to new generation tensors but I guess you can't have it all. Rubbers weight is on the light site,sponge very fragile so if you reglueing a lot it's not for you. Works great with MMAZE alc,and I forgot to mention that sound is great ,makes you feel like you playing like pro ,hahaha. If would just have more spin it would be perfect rubber. Good luck to all TT players out there.
Comes ok packed like most Joola rubbers or should I say ESN rubbers. It is non-tacky rubber with mediumish feel to it. Pips look about average size and the sponge is yellowish or light green. It is a quality production rubber.
Very good in my opinion. Since hardness is about medium it is very easy to loop from two meters away. It grips the ball well and curves it down to the table on low to high speeds when looping. For me it is better for higher speed loops on BH then slow looping but this is very personal so some of you may find it different.
Great in this department. Drives are fast with limited swing. For super high level of TT this may be BH only rubber, but for most of us mortals this one will have more than enough speed for hard FH hits. Short game is ok as with any modern rubber, but defo not the most outstanding property. You have to be careful with the bounce.
About medium throw on drives. Rubber sounds ok. Very easy to block with due to the bounce and medium feel. It last ok amount of time like all ESN rubbers, nothing special.
I would recommend this as a BH rubber for looping. If you have at least one year of training or so, this may be good alternative for you. Players lacking speed on their shots will find this rubber suitable and beneficial.
Enjoy TT and have fun :)
I have been using this for around 1 month. Using for forehand. Since I don't chop with forehand so i don't know about chop.
I have used the 2 and Max on my fh on an all blade. The 2mm has more control for close to the table counter hitting, blocking, and push under-spin, good for smashing high ball. A fast, soft, light, non tacky rubber. I find the Energy X-tra a little slow on my All Round blade.
Very good rubber for offense.
Now I saw some comments saying that this rubber has got bad control and is only for looping. this however is not true. it's perfectly good for just chopping and waiting for the opponents fault. It's amazing for every playstyle. I use 2.0 and I can do everything with it
I play this on my backhand. My original plan is to play it on my forehand to replace the ever costly tenergy. Good rubber and I love the sound but not comparable to tenergy in terms of speed and spin.
The Energy Force Green is tensor rubber with nothing very special, but overall a pretty good looping rubber to use.
Joola rubber is less known, and i think it is still pretty good rubber to use now a days. The obvious best thing of this rubber is the overall looping feell. it is a great combination of very fast shots, but still with lots of spin. there is a great feeling to it, it truly has a somewhat speed glued feeling to it. also godo for blocking and counterloooping, as it has pretty good control compared to the other tensors. overall, if you are looking to try something new, this is a good rubber to start.
This rubber isn't one with a lot of psin, but it offers good control and good speed. It's very well suited for attacking: agressive blocking, top spin, smash etc.
In short game it's not overwhelimg, you have good control but as I said, not much spin.
I recommend this for all the attackers who are looking for a speed glue alternative and medium soft sponge.
Energy Force Green from Joola is among the best new tensor rubbers out there. It is priced around 50 dollars also, so it is not ridiculously expensive like other tensors.
It plays similarly to a glued H3 or a glued Sriver FX. It has massive power, speed, and spin. The control is not that good, but completely sufficient to play with skill. Its also great for blocking, drives, pushes, etc.
The rubber is pretty durable to me. Its not that hard, but not too soft either. It is definitely a competitor with Tenergy and the Stiga Boost rubbers. I highly recommend to try it out!
a very good rubber imo, not as spinny as its softer counterpart x-tra, but it is faster and better away from the table and also slightly better for driving, it also has many gears and the sound is ok
An excellent rubber for looping and smashing, a bit too fast for easily controlled short game, unless used on a slow blade. Very fragile and its qualities fade relatively fast with time. But at its prime it is one of the best fh rubbers.
This is a speed glue alternative rubber that is very powerful even with careful strokes. I am coming from a non-speed glue perspective, but if all the speed gluers have been getting control and spin like this rubber has, then you have had a huge advantage. I used this is 2.0 red and it has a good short game as well. Serving may not be as well as some tacky rubbers, but the ability to loop almost any ball with confidence and precision is incredible. The only disadvantage is that is is somewhat fragile, so catching the edge of the table looping a half long serve can lead to catastrophic tears. It is also not cheap. It does seem to last a long time.
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