musta22 on 6/3/2015
Rubber is great for topspin, excelent grip. It has decent control and is quite fast. Very useful rubber for my forehand attacks. It is very effective for contraspins and also for straight play 1-2 metres away from table. It is my best rubber so far. I can only reccomend.
ThoZi on 4/27/2015
I switched from MX-P to MX-S max on both wings. MX-S sponge is a bit harder but topsheet is softer than MX-P. It has less catapult, more spin and is a bit slower than MX-P. Very good grip, easier to handle in short-short or serves. Massive spin for topspins.
marcbackhand on 9/28/2015
I play T05 and T80 for 2 years but the MX-S is my new choice. The sponge feels hard and the topsheed has a lot of grip like the T05, perhaps a little bit more. The quality is great, the price too. (34€) The rubber has many gears. Very spinny, good for blocking, short services are no problem, good for smashing and awesome for topspin. Topspin on backspin is very easy. A very good choice for variable attacking player.
spondik on 12/14/2015
rly nice rubber, great with plastic balls. i play on some wood blade and rly good. easy first spin, power topspin or side spins with nice rotation. pasive block easy active too.
rubber for everyone with very good attribute. if y play with plastics balls buy this rubber
after 3 months MX-S ready to switch for new. i feel litle problem with slow loops. durability is lower than rasant grip, t05, but better then bluedire jp02 or xiom OVEU.
tabletennis11 on 1/8/2017
The MX-S is the hardest version in the EVOLUTION range. It is particularly suited to players who employ a more physical action (acceleration of arm and wrist). Players using this style of play can release the enormous potential and consistent performance of MX-S both at the table and at half distance. The MX-S feels crisp and responsive on FH drives. The rubber’s medium catapult and OFF speed rating instill a desire to hit hard from mid-distance. The rubber produces a slight clicking sound and excellent feeling on forehand loops, which allowed me to make very angled shots with excellent control. I would characterize the throw angle as medium – enough arc to clear the net, even against heavy backspin balls. Read the full review here: http://blog.tabletennis11.com/tibhar-evolution-series-table-tennis-rubbers-review