tabletennis11 on 7/31/2017
This is definitively not a beginner’s rubber! Tibhar Aurus Prime reminds me of a faster, slightly spinnier, and more direct version of Nittaku’s Fastarc G1. It is at least as fast as Tibhar’s Evolution MX-P while having a higher throw and producing slightly less spin. No question: this is a rubber that is designed for high-level players with a modern aggressive game style. If I were to play with non-tacky FH rubbers again, Aurus Prime would be among my top 3 choices along with MX-P and MX-S. Read our full review here: http://blog.tabletennis11.com/tibhar-aurus-prime-and-aurus-select-review
65_er on 11/3/2017
Very very fast, glued to andro Treiber K. High spin and a bit tacky. Suits me better with slower blade, to balance control to manageble.
liketabletennis 5 months ago
Nice rubber. Using max in forehand and 1.8mm in backhand. Surprisingly good spin and control. Not so sensitive to incoming spin therefore a bit better to me than T05! Also flat hits are much easier!! Recommended!!
fred80 10 months ago
Great offensive rubber. No weaknesses. Not sensitive to incoming spin, which help a lot for returning services.
That's why I prefer it on BH. edit: I can now compare with T05 on the same blade. Prime is faster, slightly less spin but that's really not much and the throw angle is quite similar too. I think it's one of the best solution to replace the T05 ! I'm going to keep it for a while!
xVanish69 on 8/11/2018
I really like the feeling of this rubber, not to much bouncy and good control on short game. The power is high and the spin to. Tested 1.9 on victas koji mastushita. Dont put on a fast blade or it will be too fast. I dont want to change with other rubbers