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What are the best padel balls?

There are few sensations as pleasurable as opening a can of balls. The sound of depressurization, the unmistakable smell and the hit of the racket with a new ball are things that all padel players love. But how it hurts every time you have to pay for a new pack and even more if the purchase ends up going wrong. There are many options and all very similar, but when it comes down to it, the behaviour of the padel balls and the price of each pack is very different, that’s why you have to know how to choose.

A can of three balls usually lasts between 3 and 5 matches, but their lifespan depends on many factors.

Depending on the weather, the players’ strokes or how demanding they are they will stretch their use more or less. Balls that have been used longer have less bounce and a slower speed, so the game will be slower. On the other hand, freshly opened balls will have a lot of reactivity, a nobler behaviour and a faster game.

Almost all brands have their own padel balls and, as with the rackets, not all of them are the same. That’s why today we bring you the varieties that the market has to offer so that you can go to the shop you trust and be sure that you’re making the right choice.

The best padel balls

Bullpadel Premium Pro

This pot of balls stands out for its speed. Its performance is excellent and its price is not at all high. They are an option to take into account for regular players who do not want to spend a lot of money every time they play and who like to open pots frequently.

Durability is not their strong point. They are correct in this aspect, but their lifespan will not exceed 3-4 games. However, their quality when opened is on a par with the best on the market and at a lower price.

3 cans of balls = 20 € (6,66 €/can) 1 case (24 cans) = 129,49 € (5,39 €/can)

HEAD Padel Pro

HEAD Padel Pro

This is the official ball of the World Padel Tour for tournaments played at an altitude of over 500 metres. Therefore, we are talking about a professional performance bounce that is used by the best players in the world on a daily basis.

Its quality is exceptional, it has a noble bounce without strangers, a good durability and a perfect control. It has the best materials on the market, so they are balls that will never disappoint. The downside is the price.

For those players who do not have problem to take out their pockets to have the balls with which the professionals play, it is a very attractive option.

1 can = 8 € 1 case (24 cans) = 102,00 € (4,25 €/can)

HEAD Padel Pro S

HEAD Padel Pro S

The HEAD Padel Pro is a great option, but they also have a faster sister, the Pro S. It is the official ball of the World Padel Tour tournaments played at an altitude of less than 500 metres.

It is a fast, reactive ball with unmatched speed. Another professional performance option for dynamic matches with a fast game. However, lower level players may not be able to adapt to this rebound. For beginners and intermediate level, it is advisable to choose other balls mentioned in this article, such as the Head Padel Pro.

It is a high quality option, but also more expensive. Those who want the best of the best without looking at the label, it is a ball that does not disappoint, but those looking to save on their purchases of products, may need something else.

5 cans = 39 € (7,80 €/can) 1 case (24 cans) = 120,91 € (5,04 €/can)

HEAD Padel

HEAD Padel

Within HEAD we have the Pro and Pro S, which are balls of great quality and fairly priced, but there are also options more adjusted to all wallets as these HEAD Padel.

However, we can not despise this option for being cheaper than the Pro and Pro S version, as these balls are also approved by the Spanish Padel Federation.

They are very good balls, which give great performance to the player and are similar to the Bullpadel Premium Pro for that good feeling just opened. However, they also have that lower durability, a feature that must be taken into account when purchasing them.

1 can = 4,79 €



Another of the highest quality balls on the market is offered by Adidas, with the Speed RX.

This is a very fast product, comparable to the best HEAD balls and with exceptional durability. The German brand wanted to place this great product on the market with professional performance features. However, its price is also somewhat high, as with the Head Pro and Pro S.

1 case (24 cans) = 134,99 € (5,62 €/can)

NOX Pro Titanium

NOX Pro Titanium

The NOX brand could not be left out of this article with their Pro Titanium balls, which are now at a spectacular price on Amazon.

Its performance is very good. From the moment of the opening of the can, they have a great output and do not “unravel” easily. They hold up very well for several matches, but they are not at the level of those used by professionals. For the price, they are a fantastic option, however, they are not the best, but they are on the same level as the Bullpadel Premium Pro or the Head Padel.

1 can = 4,15 € 1 case (24 cans) = 114,00 € (4,75 €/can)

Dunlop Pro Padel

Dunlop Pro Padel

Dunlop is another of the most prestigious brands on the market and their balls had to be here as they are so popular with players.

They have a very acceptable price for such a good brand and the truth is that the balls work well. There is nothing particularly remarkable about them, but there are no problems to mention either, which is a plus. They deliver in all aspects. They have a good durability and a good reactivity as well.

Although Dunlop balls stand out more in tennis for being the official balls of the Australian Open and more ATP competitions, in padel they are not far behind with a very good quality at a reasonable price. In addition, the International Padel Federation has approved them as usable in competition.

1 can = 4,99 € 1 case (24 can) = 121,00 € (5,04 €/can)

Wilson Padel Rush 100

Wilson Padel Rush 100

Another classic brand in the market that also offers a great option to take to the court.

Wilson balls have a great quality and excellent durability thanks to their Duraweave technology, with which they absorb less moisture and dirt.

Although they have a higher price than the other balls mentioned above, we must also take into account that this is a brand that has a worldwide reputation, so its performance is guaranteed.

1 can= 5,94 € 1 case (24 cans) = 110,00 € (4,58 €/can)

So what is the best option?

Ultimately, there are many options to choose from and every player will have their favourite based on their experience. All brands offer high quality padel balls and the best thing to do before drawing conclusions is to try as many as possible to make an informed decision.

However, when it comes to choosing one, it should be noted that the player should think about whether he/she wants to spend more to have a better performance or prefer to spend less and have the possibility of opening balls more frequently.

The most economical can of balls

For those who are looking to spend as little money as possible, the best option at the moment is the NOX Titanium Pro. At €4.15 a can, these balls are very economical and will be great quality from the word go.

Taking the risk of buying them is easier when the price is so good, so it won’t cost anything to make the effort and give them a try. Chances are, once you play with them, you’ll never want another one again.

Best value for money

Value for money is very important for most players and here we have to mention the Bullpadel Premium Pro. Their price of 4,50 € is very good and their performance is exceptional to be in that more economical step in the market.

They are a highly recommended and popular choice among players, so if you have any doubts, surely a colleague will be able to tell you about their purchase experience, as most of them have tried them at least once.

Tip to save on can of padel balls

Tip to save on can of padel balls

The cans come properly pressurised, so they will not lose their qualities until the metal cap is removed. Therefore, a long-term savings tip is to buy a pack of 24 cans, which ends up being cheaper than buying one at a time.

Although it is a heavy investment, there will always be one or more friends to convince to split the costs. Although this type of purchase usually exceeds 100 euros, the price per unit ends up being cheaper.

Besides, you don’t have to worry about having to buy or arrive at a game and there are no balls, so these packs are the most recommendable both functionally and economically.

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