Low-ish throw, consistent play. Very good for looping but as the arc is low.
• extremely soft - only 35 degrees hardness
• extremely high flexibility of the surface rubber
• absolute feeling and maximum click when fresh glued
Within an incredibly short period of time, JOOLA MAMBO has become classic. The original MAMBO sound is already legendary.
JOOLA MAMBO is manufactured in Japan using a revolutionary technology:
This technique has a positive influence on the feeling of the ball and the sound without losing flexibility and speed. The result is a super-flexible and perfect rubber.
JOOLA MAMBO - sound that inspires.
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Reviews of JOOLA Mambo (11)
this rubber is not worth its price. don't waste your money on mambo or any other mambo model.a yasaka mark v is cheaper and much better thna this.
this rubber is seriously slow. It's pretty good for allround rubber, but you need to have it on a fast blade or else you're gonna struggle. I would also recommend it in max.
It is very soft, and light. The spin could be a bit more, but not bad. Speed is OK, good for allround play. When glued, it makes very big noise in the room.
I currently play with is rubber and it has improved my game a lot.
Combined with the Zolli Light blade you get a great combination of very good control, great speed and good spin.
This is a fabulous rubber for club level players who prefer a medium fast looping game.
A good rubber but I sometime feel that my pushes go to high or long
Very good rubber for beginners, but some high level players also used to use it. Good sound and ball feeling.
This rubber is the "sriver" of mambo. It's a perfect blend of speed, spin, and control. Great for beginners, and can be utilized by advanced players as well. However, once you get more advanced and get into the "speed glue" or built in glue effect zone, then you'll want to upgrade to something zippier then mambo.
oh dear someone invented an inverted rubber made out of marshmellow. It says on the tin that this rubber corks like SG rubbers. Which it does , a very loud tock sound is hard when looping. Does it perform like speed glue rubber? Nope! this rubber is way too soft for anything useful, speed and spin are much less than 2 year old sheet of D13. its remarkable for its poor performance. Speed gluing this rubber just makes things worse. fortuantly i managed to rip this rubber during play and ripped it off my blade after a month. In fact THE rubber so soft you can easily tear the rubber in half with your hands
Low-ish throw, consistent play. Very good for looping but as the arc is lower, it is easier to return Mambo loops than of MamboC which has a bit higher arc/more kick.
I have been testing this rubber for over two months (2.0mm F, 1.5mm B). This is an OK product for the attacking player. The 2.0MM sponge is good topspins and produces incredibly powerful side-spins. Amazing (controlled) forehand smashes. The 1.5mm is too hard and bouncy for chops and pushes. It comes as an erratic rubber for my usually controlled backhand attacks. Can get same quality products for less money, but if you can afford the price go for the 2.0mm rubber.
This is the best rubber I have ever tried for a speed glued looping game. It is often recognized as the loudest corking rubber in existance. It loads up topspin like nobody's business, but it lacks in short game to say the least. This rubber is fun fun fun, if not practical for most players.