Alkemia Lux 3.0

Review of the Alkemia Lux 3.0 padel racket. High-quality materials, tear shape and medium-soft feel for optimal performance.

By Jorge Masta

Padelful Rating

Sweet spot8.6




350 - 365 gr




MIX EVA-Polyethylene Rubber


Carbon Fiber



Alkemia Lux 3.0

As a seasoned player stepping onto the padel court, I held the Alkemia Lux 3.0 - a racket that promises a balanced mix of power, control, and maneuverability. And much to my delight, it exceeded my expectations in all those aspects.


The Alkemia Lux 3.0 is a beautifully designed racket that's delivered impressive performance from every angle. Let's delve into the specifics.

Shape and Balance

The tear shape of the Alkemia Lux 3.0 provides a powerful blend of control and power balance. This optimal distribution of weight across the racket creates a sense of stability during swings, enabling more precise shots.


Holding the Alkemia Lux 3.0 felt like an extension of my arm, it felt so natural. The standard grip size provides both comfort and control, crucial traits for any lengthy rally or match.


The racket's frame is created from a mix of Kevlar and Carbono while its faces are made of Carbon fiber. The core is made of a hybrid EVA-Polyethylene, which makes it just the right amount of solid, yet flexible, to provide a consistent game-play experience.

Power and Control

Hand-to-padel communication is essential in a game like this and the Lux 3.0 doesn't disappoint. Its balanced equilibrium of power and control transforms it into a formidable opponent, perfect for players looking to up the ante.


Where this racket truly shines is its manoeuvrability. The tear-drop shape, coupled with the sturdy, but flexible, materials used in its construction, help facilitate swift swings and allow for a range of shot styles.

Material and Durability

Constructed with a blend of Kevlar and Carbono, the Alkemia Lux 3.0's durable frame assures longevity. Coupled with carbon fiber faces, this racket is built to resist wear and tear, safeguarding it for intense padel matches. Nonetheless, it's worth pointing out the color palette of this racket may not appease every player's aesthetic sensibilities.


I found the Alkemia Lux 3.0 to be an excellent fit for intermediate to advanced padel players, providing the right balance of power, control, and maneuverability. Its comfortable grip and robust build qualify it as a reliable choice for anyone looking to progress in padel.

But as always, keep your personal playing style and needs in mind when considering a new racket. As effective as it may be, certain specific features may not fully align with your game requirements.

But for those ready to advance in their padel journey, this racket could very much be the companion they need. The right padel racket could be a game-changer, so choose wisely! All the best for your exciting padel journey!

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