Marvel64 on 9/30/2014
Simply the best forehand rubber, for medium skill level
CornelTT on 2/26/2015
Very good rubber. Quite insensitive to incoming spin, good at serves, great arc for topspin, excelent for pushes and blocks, but the main strength is control. Awsome control, very easy to play with. Highly recommended.
Update 26.02.2015: Boosted is .. amazing: a litle softer with better spin and control. Super rubber!
lucabc on 8/29/2014
Best rubber i've ever tried
igszoctan on 7/6/2013
Less speed and spin than T05 but much better control and far less sensitivity to incoming spin.
krok707 on 4/19/2013
I play Maze T-teh OFF, FH T64FX 1.9, BH T05FX 1.7 or T64FX 1.7. I had the opportunity
to test several Tibhar's new blades and rubbers (2 weeks).
The rubber Genius is soft so the blade is better to be hard. I tested the Genius 1.7-1.8
on several different blades and found the most suitable is Tibhar Combat (new design).
This combination is perfect for attacking game close to table and mid distance. Spin is
very well controlled so I was able to perform spin as I wanted (short or long, low or
hight arc, more or less rotation). My opponent said me that he had a lot of problems to
understand the spin because my movement of the hand seemed always the same.
Direct hiting was also perfect (almost effortless) regardless the ball rotation, the same
Short to short was is good, blocking also.
Regarding service can't tell because my opponent is very good in returnig. Nevertheless
I presume the service should be good (the spinner opponent hit quite a few balls in net).
The Genius is definitely nice rubber for FH and just a very little less for BH (but also
And, as I always claimed, the other side rubber effects the tested one, so your experience
using Genius might be different in case you play Genius in a pair of some other rubber.