Bullpadel Bucket X, a model that costs little and tickles the imagination of beginners who want to find a quality model at a low price, which is why today we are here to make the review.

The low end is more contested than ever with models meant to be first price and others that have become so over the years, so it is difficult to stand out.

We've recently reviewed several affordable racquets that we really like, so we'll look into direct comparisons as well.

But now enough talk, it's time to start with the Bullpadel Bucket X review and see if it is suitable for beginners or if there is better.

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Bullpadel Buket X review

Bullpadel Buket X review


How do you evaluate the goodness of a racket? Well, there are some more important parameters than others that are used to understand if it's done well or not. One of them is the material with which it was produced, the shape itself that they gave it and a good test in the field could not be missing!

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Bullpadel Bucket X
  • Paddle racket that stands out for its good control. Racket of high...
  • Designed for players of all levels looking for precision and good...
  • The round shape and double bridge provide excellent accuracy and a wide range...

The materials

The Bullpadel X is a racket meant to be a first price or so plus, so you can't expect to have the best of the best in this respect.

The frame is carbon fiber, a standard under which it is inadvisable to go for any purchase in the world of padel.

There face is fiberglass, which gives a good elasticity to the blows and resists well to scrambles. In general, it maintains the standard level of the competition.

At his inside there is EVA Soft rubber, very soft and suitable for favoring reasoned play rather than attacking.

Verdict? The materials used are neither more nor less than those of the competition, so the racket does its job without exceeding.

Shape

The purpose of this racket is that to help beginners enter this world, so it's all about control.

You can see it from his round shape (here the explanation) and from the balance completely shifted towards the handle, which makes it very easy to handle.

A note of merit should be made for the part of the supports, with the double bridge system that improves the feel of the racket in the hand.

Nothing exceptional or that makes you cry out for a miracle, but certainly a note of merit for Bullpadel and his bucket X that should be made in this review.

How it goes on the pitch

This racket tries to say in every sauce”they are for beginners“, both in price and form, which is reflected in its behavior on the pitch.

The racket does its job, lets give precise shots and forgive the exuberance of novice players, but nothing more.

It has no particular strengths which could make it preferable to other models placed in its same price range, which in itself is not a bad thing.

It's fine and does its job, but here we need to talk about some competitors that can be found in the same price range or a little more.

One of these is definitely the Head Graphene Touch Alpha(or the explosion version) that we have reviewed in these articles or the Adidas Carbon Control if you really want to push the price a little further.

They cost from 20 to 50 Euros more but they truly take the gaming experience to another level, which allows you to use them for several years.

Bullpadel Bucket X
  • Paddle racket that stands out for its good control. Racket of high...
  • Designed for players of all levels looking for precision and good...
  • The round shape and double bridge provide excellent accuracy and a wide range...

Conclusions


The early price range has been losing a lot of its charm lately, as the old pro rackets have dropped considerably in price.

Today we recommend spending a little more but aiming for a much superior product, as the expense will pay off over time.

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