There are literally 1000's of paddles on the market and prices vary from entry level around £30 up to top level in the multiple £100's. Please do your own research and if you are able to try before you buy, that would be best. If you attend Pickleball Festivals (friendly round robin games), there's always a paddle shop in attendance and you can borrow paddles to try and see which fit you best.

In the meantime please visit The Pickleball Store: www.thepickleballstore.co.uk,they have a good assortment of Paddles with a broad price range. There are 3 brands I recommend you have a look at. Franklin, Diadem and Selkirk. If you do purchase from The Pickleball Store, please mention my name. 

I have supplied the Diadem Hero paddle to most of our local players and they seem to be happy with them and they have lasted a good amount of time. Paddles do wear out over time, depending on how hard you play them.

Useful article on Paddles by Wired: https://padlet.com/michael_degroot/pickleball-articles-9a778961jzxz2qzb/wish/2779967732

Sold at around £45.00 + postage

Sold at around £45.00 + postage

Sold at around £15 + postage