Tibhar Volcano

Tibhar Volcano Rubber
Approx. $ 24 USD
Price $

User Ratings (11)

Speed 7.9
Spin 7.5
Control 8.5
Tackiness 3.4   
Slightly tacky
Weight 4.9   
Average
Sponge Hardness 5.6   
Medium
Gears 7.4   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 4.0   
Medium
Consistency 8.9
Durability 7.5   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.7 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 78
Spin 96
Control 93
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 1 users using the Tibhar Volcano.
Unbeatable Allround rubber "made in Germany" at a very competitive price: this rubber possesses a lot of energy. The controlled Allrounder has a weapon in his hands. The mid-soft sponge confers the sufficient energy reserves, while the adhering surface can create considerable rotation.

Reviews (5)

ankit_scar  on 10/9/2015

It is an okey rubber. Quiet good for beginners. Not very fast. Produces quiet good spin on the ball. Dont really recommend it for advanced players.
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satsel  on 4/3/2014

I was using this rubber for the BH. My BH was always week with this rubber and I was not quite happy about the control always. Off-course I was a beginner when I first got this. After almost 2 years, I decided to change because it was obvious that I was loosing game because of my poor BH. Then I changed the BH to Sriver G3. I got tremendous confidence and great control. Started winning games because of this BH. I think if I had not used Volcono for a 2 years, I would not have got such a control. I learnt the hard route. Thanks to Volcono. I still have it in my locker so that I don't forget my beginning. Overall - Chop was great with this Back-end loops was not great Spin is not good Speed was good Control is not that great
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SpinningGonzalez  2 months ago

Bought two of those rubbers in 2.0 since I wanted something cheap to play outdoors but replaced them after a few weeks. The rubbers are better than expected, easy to control, e.g. it's a no-brainer to return even heavy ts. On the downside, they are not suited for my rather short motions I'm used to. In most situations I can't generate the amount of spin and speed to set my opponent under pressure, especially short serves are rather benign. I think they're fair enough for beginners, still I would consider 'classic' rubbers to be more suited for learning the right technique (e.g. some of the CJ 8000 series), since those boast more consistent characteristics.
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kubelo  on 10/9/2011

goma algo lenta pero con mucho control, ideal para los que empiezan. me gusto mucho en su momento hasta que necesite algo mas de velocidad. la recomendaria a los que empiezan.
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Mon22  on 1/30/2010

there arent many reviews for this rubber but the few are very promising. First off this rubber comes in w/ paper rather than the plastic. Completely non-tacky and has a very nice topsheet. One of the reviews ive read mentioned that this rubber help impoved their game and i do agree. It is a great begineers' rubber. It responds well to your strokes and the changes in speed when you execute them. Also someone mentioned it is similar to Butterfly's Sriver but slower. With that mentioned it, it was perfect for me who needed a controllable, longlasting and forgiving FH rubber to my new blade(korbel sk7). It is also much cheaper than sriver, which will be my next choice of rubber when i decide to go faster on my FH.
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