Tibhar Sinus

Tibhar Sinus Rubber
Approx. $ 60 USD
Price $

User Ratings (14)

Speed 9.4
Spin 8.6
Control 7.3
Tackiness 3.5   
Medium tacky
Weight 4.7   
Sponge Hardness 5.8   
Gears 7.0   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 4.6   
Consistency 10.0
Durability 6.0   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 9.1 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor Yes
Anti No
There are 2 users using the Tibhar Sinus.
TIBHAR SINUS was developed especially for high-performance sport. Because high-performance players always favoured harder sponges for powerful play, TIBHAR SINUS was purposely fitted with a relative hard sponge in response. It is almost impossible to surpass this rubber. During stroke execution players feel that they can transmit tremendous speed to the ball despite small movement. The sponge combined with the adhering and elastic Sinus surface impresses by its rotation behaviour, proving advantageous to the player during topspin strokes but also and especially during services and short exchanges. A new rotation era has now being achieved. Despite the relatively hard sponge, SINUS provides the ever popular fresh-glue sound.

Tensor Rubber,
Sponge rating: Medium Hard

Reviews (6)

iman  on 3/24/2016

i got back to table tennis after 10 years , i used srivers over primorac carbon before ,now i have a simple mazunov i started using this rubber on it for my forehand, doesn't lack any speed , sponge is a bit hard (u can even notice from its sound)but in a good way, control is a bit hard for blocking highloops, but its a very good rubber ,compared to butterfly rubbers i prefer tibhar overal.
Frogec  on 12/26/2011

This rubber is very fast and produces a good amount of spin of the ball. I miss some of the flexibility from the rubber. The control is not the best, but still good. The biggest downside is the rubber is not very durable. It last only for a month or two. Overall is a good OFF rubber, for fast play.
Anonymous  on 5/12/2011

Just tried it for one day, the impression is: 1. Violent! Even more than acuda s1, express x-plode. 2. The feeling is also a bit harder and directer 3. The surface is not tacky but graspy enough for short service 4. Harder to control in small gears
guifre  on 4/16/2011

a friend gives me his blade with two tibhar sinus on a SK7 blade. this rubber is very fast and a lot of gears. it's good rubber. but the problem is it durability. this rubber only can you use 1 or 2 months. and the same in sinus family. i recomend that you try to use genius family because it's more durable. nimbus it's poor durability too.
JC  on 8/4/2009

First off, I use Sinus on my backhand. Tibhar Sinus has 2 gears, fast and faster. Blocking and punch blocking were very consistent and fast. Great for looping as previously mentioned and there is just enough tack on the topsheet for some decent flips too. I'm still having a little trouble pushing with this rubber. The pushes are spinny, but a tad too high in my oppinion. If you are looking for a glue "click" sound, this is NOT the rubber you want. Sinus is very quiet unless smashing. Compared directly to Bty Ten 05, Sinus has fewer gears and is less bouncy on soft shots. Overall this is a good post glue ban rubber. Soft elastic topsheet, medium sponge, medium throw.

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