Vulcan V330 Hybrid Pickleball Paddle

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Graphite surface with polymer core creates a reactive yet controllable combo. Balanced weight, traditional shape, with small grip.

Light-Midweight/Small Grip

Vulcan V330 Hybrid Pickleball Paddle

The Vulcan V330 Hybrid Pickleball Paddle is a versatile choice for players who want reactive and speedy play to support their game. It has a forgiving graphite surface with a polymer core that adds durability and a consistent feel. The balance is evenly distributed between the head and the handle to prevent discomfort and adds up to a well-rounded, reliable paddle. A slight taper near the handle results in a predictably-shaped sweet spot, and comfortable grip for those who play "finger up."

The Vulcan V330 Hybrid Graphite Paddle weighs 7.3 - 7.8 oz, putting it in the light-to-medium weight range, and leaving room for lead tape should you desire some extra heft behind your ground strokes and put-aways. The V330 features a small grip (4 1/8" circumference) with a tacky feel that makes it easier to grasp and avoid mishaps when your palms are sweaty. The handle length measures 4 3/4". Bright "laser" lines intersect in the background of the paddle's design, with the large Vulcan "V" logo placed in the foreground for an eye-catching design.

The graphite V330 Hybrid Paddle by Vulcan Pickleball has a solid but gentle feel with enough power to keep opponents on edge, and at a price-point you don't often find on quality graphite paddles.

Actual grip sizes may vary up to 1/8".


Vulcan V330 Hybrid Pickleball Paddle Technical Specifications
Weight Average: 7.6 ounces
Weight Range: 7.3-7.8 ounces
Grip Circumference: 4 1/8” (Small) Actual grip sizes may vary up to 1/8".
Grip Style: Max Control Textured, High-Tack Grip
Grip Manufacturer: Vulcan
Handle Length: 4 3/4"
Paddle Length: 15 3/4"
Paddle Width: 7 3/4"
Paddle Face: Graphite
Core Thickness: 10mm (0.39")
Core Material: Polypropylene Honeycomb
Manufacturer: Vulcan Pickleball
Made in China

Reviews (11)

  • I really like the feel of the handle and the wgt of the paddle

    Jan 12, 2023

    I would recommend it friends

    Audrey O'Brien

  • From tennis to PB

    Dec 18, 2022

    This was my 1st PB paddle and great for starting out. It is more control oriented than power and has decent feel in that area. After one yr the face has gotten chipped in the hitting area. When I tried an upgraded paddletek padddle, I was amazed at different positive feel. I guess I am ready to upgrade. :)

    stephen suzuki

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    Aug 11, 2022

    Jerry Bong

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    Jul 22, 2022

    Diann Wuebben

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    May 25, 2022

    Jo Meier

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    Mar 27, 2022

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  • Best Value Paddle Contender

    Jan 20, 2022

    It's not a high end paddle, but it has enough of the features to hang with the $80-90 paddles, and the price is right at $50 or so. I find that it fits more my needs as an intermediate player, and it's one that I share with people and I move up to my nicer paddles for more competitive situations. But to be clear, this is "best bang for your buck" contender. Nice handle, graphite surface, decent spin, decent power, reaction pop ok, etc. Durability it TBD and we'll see if it lasts through the beating it will get, but so far so good 4 matches in. If you're serious, get the $150 paddle, and the rest of us will be fine with this one.


  • It's great

    Jan 2, 2022

    This is my first Vulcan paddle and I'm really happy with it. Loved that I could get the right grip and weight for me. About half the price of my Paddletec.

    Priya Darshini-Bell

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    Sep 29, 2021

    Andres Gutierrez

  • Solid paddle

    Aug 30, 2021

    My first paddle. Nice feel and good power. Nothing to compare it with at this time, but will amend review in time.

    stephen S.