Today we are conducting a Tibhar Evolution MX-P Review and explain how this rubber compares to other rubbers in the same series. We feel that this rubber is worth checking out as it has received high reviews and praise for its consistency in style of play. This particular rubber must be cut to size, and we think that this opens the door to more players as the rubber can be applied to multiple paddles. The purpose of this review is to provide information on what makes this product different from others, how it plays, and if it’s worth your time.
The Tibhar Evolution MX-P is a high-performance rubber for players who prefer more attack and less control than the other rubbers in the Evolution Series. This rubber has been praised and thought of when outfitting your paddle with new rubber because it’s durable, grippy, and produces a lot of spin. We hope this Tibhar Evolution MX-P Review will bring awareness of why it is highly praised and thought of when outfitting your paddle with new rubber.
The design and construction of the Tibhar Evolution MX-P rubber is that it has a harder density material compared to most of the rubbers in the Evolution series. It also comes in two colors: red or black. This is also an uncut rubber, so you will need to trim the square rubber to fit your paddle accordingly.
This rubber uncut weighs about seventy-three grams and when it is cut, it weighs forty-nine grams, which is heavier when compared to the other rubbers in this evolution series, but isn’t the heaviest and also comes with traditional branding near the handle of the paddle which can be trimmed off.
The overall performance of the Tibhar Evolution MX-P rubber is mainly used for a more aggressive style of play and received a lot of praise by various table tennis players for its backhanded capabilities and feels “alive” when used on various paddles. This “alive” feeling brings a loud clicking sound during play and is a go-to for many players for the increase of control and speed that this rubber brings to any game. The rubber is mainly used by aggressive game players but should be highly considered when thinking of your next backspin.
This rubber is perfect for the player who wants to have a little more power on their shots, but still maintain control. This allows for a swift play to be made to your opponent using this rubber on your own paddle, and it includes a sheer amount of speed. Although this rubber contains adequate speed, the ball sometimes has a long flow time in returning the ball.
The rubber provides the paddle with more traction, which enhances the ability to generate spin. It also provides great backspin capabilities, which allows for a variety of plays during the serve and return.
If you are looking to open up your game with a backspin, this is the rubber for you. Not only does it provide superb grip, but it also has great amount of dwelling when you use this rubber.
The rubber used in table tennis is designed for maximum control and responsiveness. This bouncy material provides the necessary grip so players can slide the ball where they want it to go. Using this technique, you can send the ball down the path of your choosing and place it where you please.
The rubber has a catapult effect that requires minimal effort from the player. The responsiveness of the play is thought to have been due to the strength of the catapult. This will allow you to quickly return the ball with strong force, and make for an easy catapult to your opponent.
The rubber can take a bit of getting used to, as the material allows for quick play with the sheer amount of speed and control in it, and it may feel a bit quick during play. You may not expect to make a lot of mistakes when you start out with this rubber, however, once you are comfortable to the speed, you’ll notice a quick play style adjustment and more control over your gameplay will naturally occur.
The natural weight of this rubber is seventy-three grams, but when cut it only weighs forty-nine grams, which is lighter than the other rubbers in this evolution series. The rubber has a traditional branding near the handle of the paddle which can be trimmed off.
This rubber has been praised for its backhanded capabilities and would be best suited to a person who enjoys table tennis and plays a more aggressive style. This includes players of all ages and has been used for professional style games as well, so feel free to include this on your paddles, and it is uncut rubber which you need to trim to use on your own racket. You can check your local table tennis shop for recommended paddles and glue for this rubber.
If you want a rubber with quick speed and good grip and enjoy a more aggressive/offensive style of gaming, this rubber has received many high reviews and praise. The person who likes to play more of the table and enjoys quick returns would be the ideal person to use this rubber.
There is much to be desired about this rubber, but the clicking sound and strong catapult functions will attract even the most experienced players. When you apply this rubber to your paddle, you’ll notice the control over the ball will increase tremendously and should be highly considered when making your next rubber purchase.
The Evolution MX-P is one of the best rubbers that are available on the market. You will never be disappointed with this rubber. It provides you with the ability to create any spin you want, be it aggressive or defensive. The MX-P has a hard sponge which ensures you have enough time to execute your shots. We hope you have enjoyed reading about this Tibhar Evolution MX-P review.