Tibhar Evolution MX-P
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Evolution MX-P is the fastest and most dynamic rubber of the EVOLUTION rubber family. Thanks to the perfect adjustment of the pimple geometry, more flexibility is conferred to attacking balls extra energy. MX-P is very well adapted to any player's game, making no concession in terms of speed and spin. The ball/bat contact time of the MX-P is a little bit longer than the reference time, thus conferring much more sensation. Chosen by topspin players willing to feel the necessary pressure of their strokes at the table and at half distance.
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Reviews of Tibhar Evolution MX-P (36)
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Extreme speed, you can destroy smashing but too heavy, spin is not the strong point of this rubber
By far the fastest rubber i have tried speed 9.5 is very acurate and spin 9.4 too. Very good for blocking but since it is fast you dont have much dwell time to put a lot of spin. If speed is your game buy it but your stroke must be precise otherwise the ball will go out of the table. Very good rubber for my playing style (looping far from table but close really good for blocks on the forehand). Definity faster than Andro Rasant Powergrip which im using on backhand but a little less spin. A lot of catapult effect.
Great overall rubber. You can do everything with it, it is fast, spinny and has control, can play close or away from the table, really good.
This is a hard and fast rubber with a grippy topsheet. I am coming from xiom vega europe. This rubber is faster but much less predictable. This is my first day with it and i didn't do well. I will have to try to understand its weird reaction. This rubber is very heavy, more heavy than I expected. I will post more later. Update this is my second day of playing with this rubber. I am playing against a robot and i am learning different angles and stroke force. I still find the rubber is hard to control and is unpredictable. Third day of playing with this rubber, and the rubber is just difficult to understand as the plastic ball bounces of the rubber at weird angles. The old celluloid ball plays better with this rubber. Also, I notice that the rubber has lost a significant amount of spin. I lost my money on this one. I will remove this rubber and go back to xiom vega europe which is very predictable and controllable. At this point I do not even want to take a chance on another tibhar model rubber.
I use this rubber on my backhand and on the Stiga OC blade. I will be comparing it with Tenergy05. First of all, this rubber weighs a lot, without exaggerating. This rubber produces tons of spin against backspin, while little effort is needed. Countertopspin is good, but not over the top amazing. Flat hitting requires some placement because the high throw angle and the tensor ability so you might have to adjust a little. Looping and topspinning is easy, but the bat angle has to be sharp. Serving has good spin. This rubber feels slightly faster, although in the beginning I didn't like the dwell time of the ball on this combination but I adjusted now. It felt "floaty" at first. I highly recommend this for either side, forehand or backhand, whatever you prefer. On forehand you can apply lots of pressure with little effort. While on the backhand you can drive, topspin and finish points with a lot of power. The rubbers hardness alows close as mid-range shots depending on th frame you have to be very powerful
good offensive ruuber, i used it on tmoboll alc on FH, but i think grip runs out very fast
Fast rubber but has a good control. The topsheet is very flexible. This make the rubber doesn't feel really hard even it's rated a hard rubber. I think this is the most balance rubber from Tibhar Evolution series.
Very solid forehand rubber, good close to the table with loops and drives. I haven't tried it on the backhand much so i can't really say how it good it is there but overall a really strong attacking rubber, give it a try if you want. :)
If compairing with Tenergy series, im not yet tested on a same blade though, but for me MXP (mine is black max) closer to T64 or T80
Top Sheet Thickness: Average (1.74mm).
Surface Thickness: Average (0.83mm).
Pip Length: Average (0.91mm).
Pip Width: Average (1.71mm).
Pip Spacing: Very Dense (0.6mm).
Sponge Hardness: Medium.
Top Sheet Hardness: Medium-Hard.
Weight (Max): Medium-Heavy (49g, 0.239g/cm^2).
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