Tibhar Evolution EL-P

Tibhar Evolution EL-P Rubber
Approx. $ 58 USD
Price $

User Ratings (61)

Speed 9.2
Spin 9.3
Control 9.1
Tackiness 2.2   
Slightly tacky
Weight 5.8   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 5.1   
Gears 8.3   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 5.3   
Medium high
Consistency 9.7
Durability 8.3   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 9.4 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 37 users using the Tibhar Evolution EL-P.
Evolution EL-P from TIBHAR is the most elastic rubber of the Evolution rubber series. EL-P with its medium sponge perfectly fits in between the harder MX-P and the softer FX-P. The selected pimple geometry of the elastic EL-P does not even come close to the other Evolution versions in terms of Spin and speed. Very precise and powerful strokes can be realised at half distance or at the table. Evolution EL-P: chosen by most of the Topspin players for whom the MX version is too hard and the FX version too soft, however putting the emphasis on rotation and power!

PRO-TENSION rubber surface is grippy and rich in spin, with perfect elasticity and stability.
RED POWER SPONGE is bright red, open porous, and spectacular. Adapts perfectly to the situation.

Reviews (28)

tabletennis11  on 1/7/2017

The Tibhar Evolution EL-P feels quite soft to the touch – softer than MX-S, MX-P, and the EL-S rubbers, and more similar to Andro’s Rasant Grip. For a ~43-degrees rubber, it is quite heavy weighing 48 grams when cut to the 157 x 150 mm test blade. This puts it within one gram of the MX-P, Nittaku’s Fastarc G-1, and Xiom’s Omega V Euro and Pro rubbers. The first couple of FH drives quickly revealed that the EL-P is a level slower than the MX-rubbers and marginally slower than the EL-S, although shots played with greater arm acceleration seem to activate a prominent catapult giving the impression of high speed. Read the full review here: http://blog.tabletennis11.com/tibhar-evolution-series-table-tennis-rubbers-review
tktopgun  5 months ago

Paired this rubber (Max) on a Joola Rosskopf Emotion blade on both sides and the speed is there when you need it and the spin is very nice along with nice feel and touch with good control. Blocking and ball placement comes easy. Very nice setup.
luki2710  on 4/18/2015

After playing with tenergy,05,05-fx,80,andro rasant,rasant grip,donic bluefire jp 01 turbo I need to say this rubber is great in anything you want to play,spin,smash,block,push-is just awesome.I have no a clue why evolution el-p is not one of the most popular rubbers on the market.switching from tenergy 05 to el-p I was worring about counter loops as tenergy has very high through angle is very easy to counter loop but I did not like blocking close to the table as too many times ball goes over the table(it is probably my leak of technic)but with el-p it's much safer;counterloops are still easy.Definately recommended for attacking players who wants to play with good control
Amerikanuddin  on 1/22/2015

You can say that all your need from the rubber are covered by this rubber. Spin is awesome, you can control your desired speed from very soft but when you hit fast, it's like lightning speed. I use this rubber on FH of Nittaku Barwell fleet and overall feel is good from blocking, chop, topspin, serve. I'm not saying this rubber is the best in the world but it fit with my playing the most.
illumind  11 months ago

Tested on forehand of my XIOM Offensive S in MAX sponge. Plays like a slightly softer version of Vega Pro, or possibly like T05-FX but with greater control. Really nice rubber that definitely sits perfectly between FX-P and MX-P. Good control, fast, with no lack of spin. I had no issues in short game, or further back from the table, however I wouldn't recommend for anyone looking to hone technique that's just starting out.

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