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Tibhar Evolution MX-P

Tibhar Evolution MX-P ping pong rubber
Approx. $ 57 USD
Price $

Ratings  (rated 25 times)

There are 14 users using the Tibhar Evolution MX-P.
From community:
Speed   9.6
Spin   9.4
Control   8.7
Tackiness   2.5 - Slightly tacky
Throw Angle   5.2 - Medium
Weight   6.4 - Medium-heavy
Sponge Hardness   7.6 - Medium-hard
Gears   8.8 - Many gears
Durability   8.1 - Lasts longer than average
Consistency   9.0
Overall   9.5 10
From manufacturer:
Speed 98.0 / 100
Spin 96.0 / 100
Control 67.0 / 100
Tensor   Yes

Description of Tibhar Evolution MX-P

Extra adhering PRO rubber surface, hard POWER sponge - maximum speed and extraordinary high spin potential.

This version confers the highest dynamic and thus makes MX-P the fastest rubber of the EVOLUTION rubber family. Thanks to the perfect adjustment of the pimple geometry we managed to produce a rubber with more flexibility conferring to attacking balls extra energy. Thanks to this specificity, 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.

Evolution MX-P: chosen by topspin players willing to feel the necessary pressure of their strokes at the table and at half distance.

Reviews of the Tibhar Evolution MX-P

Review t_murder said this on December 13, 2012:

This stuff is fast and spinny. I moved from Donic Baracuda. Took me a good practice session to get used to it. I feel like I have to be more accurate with Evolution MX-P as compared to the softer Baracuda, but after getting used to it, my loops were stronger than usual. I began to feel more consistent without losing any power in my shots. I love how spinny serves and pushes are. I also like how well it blocks. It has great touch at the table for how fast it is.
Review sebas_aguirre said this on March 21, 2013:

I posted a review on this rubber here:

http://tabletennisonline.org/inverted-rubbers/tibhar-evolution-mx-p-review/
Review tybritton5 said this on April 4, 2013:

Have been using this rubber for 3 weeks, 6 days per week, on my FH. It took a good week to fully adjust and get used to the play of this rubber.

It is very fast and fairly hard, with a very good amount of spin at full strokes. Short strokes produce a lot of speed and pretty good spin as well.

Looping is absolutely fantastic, though for opening loops other rubbers are probably a bit better for spin.

Cutting and blocking are both excellent as this rubber is not very sensitive to opponents spin. Flicking is also fantastic due to the speed of the rubber with very little effort.

The overall control of this rubber is pretty good (I gave 9.1), but I have not used a rubber with better control considering the speed and spin of this rubber.

Overall I think this is a great rubber, one which I will be keeping, and is perfect for mid/at the table distance all round attackers,
Review crackfst said this on August 14, 2013:

slightly more speed than t05, spin is same on full strokes, slightly lower on short strokes, mxp is less spin-sensitive so its easier to block. throw is a bit lower. it seems easier to control than t05 in general
Review Snakefish said this on August 22, 2013:

This is a fantastic FH rubber. I tried it on the Donic Appelgren Allplay and Xiom Acro. It has more spin and speed than Tenergy 80. The ball jumps off better than T80. Easy to play. This rubber makes my FH look more powerful. I like it. But this rubber shrinks about 2mm or so after regluing it several times on the blades. Weird. I would recommend to those who want an offensive FH rubber.
Review vir said this on April 13, 2014:

very good/fast rubber on FH but weak durability :(
Review michi1990 said this on August 28, 2014:

Very good rubber for forehand.
Review OlleOst said this on September 2, 2014:

This is very very equal to t05 but so much better. More spin and relatively easy to play. A couple of pros in my club have changed from t05 to this monsterrubber.
Review otakujo said this on January 14, 2015:

Updated 1/13/15

Ok just for kicks I tried evo EL-P and it definately didnt work for me. The MX-P is just much livelier and reacts much better to the ball. Higher throw than the EL-P with more spin and speed. Blocks return ur opponents energy very well. In comparison with the EL-P version ID have to say the MX-P feels like a speed glued version. Great thing is u don't have to speed glue. If you like playing a fast topspin attack style MX-P is golden.
Review gabfod said this on January 20, 2015:

Absolutely suitable for FH, perfect for any kind of serves.
It is a spin and speed monster, like a horse but keep your horses for careful shots because of its control.
I have no club but 18 years experience....
It is a Hi Tech rubber with many gears and great durability.
Review Killerspint said this on January 26, 2015:

One of the best rubber ever made, will compare it with T80 which I've been played for more than a year now. Plays like a boosted T80. Unlike T80, this rubber shows all its power even on flexible blades. T80 plays very well on stiff blades like Viscaria but feels dead on flexible blades like innerforce AL.

In fact, MX-P so much faster that IF AL + MX-P is still faster than Viscaria + T80.

The only MAJOR issue for me with MX-P is its weight. That rubber is heavy, I mean realy heavy, even Tenergies are far lighter.

But still if you are playing with ALC blade like Viscaria/TBS and seeks more power than non boosted Tenergies, you can boost your Tenergies of course.....but you can also go for MX-P. A boosted T80 with 2 layers is about the same weight as MX-P.

I'm training 18 hours per weeks, and a competition every 2 weeks. So concerning the durability compared to T80.
With T80, after 4 weeks I can already feel the lose of performances, but its quite brutal, the performance lose is huge and after 6 weeks the rubber is like not having "spring sponge" anymore, despite keeping a very good grip....the spped is no more. I change the rubber after 6 weeks maximum because its unlayable unless I boost the rubber. T05 and T64 are keeping there speed far better over time.

With MX-P, there is also a drop of performances after 4 weeks but it impacts only spin and not much speed. The drop of performances is more linear than T80. Change the rubber also after 6 weeks maxium but a 6 weeks MX-P is still playable while a T80 is realy inert.


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