There are well over 1,000 ITTF approved table tennis rubbers. How do you pick which one is right for you? We’re here to help! On this page are links to all of our table tennis rubber reviews, sorted by brand name.

We are only reviewing reverse (pips in) attacking rubbers on this page – and we’re being fairly selective to make sure we don’t overload you. For most brands we will just cover their most recent rubber ranges.

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Table Tennis Rubbers

Adidas Rubbers

Adidas entered the table tennis equipment market in 2007 with grand ambitions to become the market leader within ten years. In 2015, they shut up shop. However, they did produce a few popular rubbers. Tenzone Ultra was fairly successful and P7 was loved by many.

  • Adidas P3
  • Adidas P5
  • Adidas P7

Andro Rubbers

The Rasant series of rubbers by Andro, featuring their iconic green sponge, has been fairly popular among attacking table tennis players. Very few professional players are sponsored by German-based Andro – the highest ranked player being Tomas Konecny (WR76) – and they all use Rasant rubbers.

  • Andro Rasant
  • Andro Rasant Beat
  • Andro Rasant Grip
  • Andro Rasant Powergrip
  • Andro Rasant Powersponge
  • Andro Rasant Turbo
  • Andro Plaxon 350
  • Andro Plaxon 400
  • Andro Plaxon 450
  • Andro Plaxon 525

Butterfly Rubbers

Butterfly are the Nike of table tennis and their Tenergy series of rubbers have completely dominated the market since being released in 2008. Tenergy is used by the majority of professional players and is still undoubtedly the best rubber currently available. Bryce Highspeed was released in 2015 but was largely disappointing.

  • Butterfly Tenergy 05
  • Butterfly Tenergy 25
  • Butterfly Tenergy 64
  • Butterfly Tenergy 80
  • Butterfly Tenergy 05 FX
  • Butterfly Tenergy 25 FX
  • Butterfly Tenergy 64 FX
  • Butterfly Tenergy 80 FX
  • Butterfly Bryce Speed
  • Butterfly Bryce Speed FX
  • Butterfly Bryce Highspeed

Cornilleau Rubbers

The Target Pro GT series of rubbers is the latest and greatest from French-brand Cornilleau. They have four sponge hardness options for you to choose from (39, 43, 47 and 51). Target Pro GT replaces the previous Target series. We haven’t tested these rubbers yet but we know that Simon Gauzy (WR23) plays with Target Pro GT-H47.

  • Cornilleau Target Pro GT-S39
  • Cornilleau Target Pro GT-M43
  • Cornilleau Target Pro GT-H47
  • Cornilleau Target Pro GT-X51
  • Cornilleau Target Sound 37.5
  • Cornilleau Target Force 42.5
  • Cornilleau Target Force 45
  • Cornilleau Target Ultim 47.5
  • Cornilleau Target Ultim 50

Donic Rubbers

The Donic brand has done very well over the past few years, rapidly gaining in popularity. German #1 Dima Ovtcharov is probably partly responsible for their success but the quality of Donic’s Bluefire rubber series must also deserve some of the credit. Bluefire is regarded as one of the best alternatives to Tenergy. The Acuda rubber series is also popular.

  • Donic Bluefire M1
  • Donic Bluefire M1 Turbo
  • Donic Bluefire M2
  • Donic Bluefire M3
  • Donic Bluefire JP 01
  • Donic Bluefire JP 01 Turbo
  • Donic Bluefire JP 02
  • Donic Bluefire JP 03
  • Donic Acuda Blue P1
  • Donic Acuda Blue P2
  • Donic Acuda Blue P3
  • Donic Acuda S1
  • Donic Acuda S1 Turbo
  • Donic Acuda S2
  • Donic Acuda S3

DHS Rubbers

  • DHS Hurricane 2 NEO
  • DHS Hurricane 3 NEO

 

  • DHS Hurricane
  • DHS Hurricane II
  • DHS Skyline
  • DHS PF4
  • DHS Skyline II
  • DHS Skyline III
  • DHS Memo
  • DHS Memo II
  • DHS Memo III
  • DHS TNT
  • DHS TNT II
  • DHS 6512
  • DHS PF4-1
  • DHS G555
  • DHS G666
  • DHS G777
  • DHS G888
  • DHS TNT III
  • DHS Magician
  • DHS Magician II
  • DHS Magician III
  • DHS Dipper
  • DHS Dipper II
  • DHS Dipper III
  • DHS C7
  • DHS C8
  • DHS Cloud & Fog II
  • DHS Cloud & Fog III
  • DHS 651
  • DHS 652
  • DHS 874
  • DHS Dragonow
  • DHS Sharping
  • DHS Nittaku Hurricane II
  • DHS Nittaku Hurricane III
  • DHS Nittaku Hurricane Pro II
  • DHS Nittaku Hurricane Pro III
  • DHS Sharping Nittaku
  • DHS Nittaku C7
  • DHS Tin Arc
  • DHS Tin Arc II
  • DHS Tin Arc III
  • DHS Gold Arc
  • DHS Gold Arc II
  • DHS Gold Arc III
  • DHS Tin Arc 5
  • DHS Nittaku Tin Arc 5
  • DHS Cloud & Fog
  • DHS Hurricane 8
  • DHS Hurricane 9
  • DHS Hurricane III

Eastfield Rubbers

  • Eastfield A-Soft

Friendship Rubbers

  • Friendship 729 Aurora

Gewo Rubbers

The Hype EL Pro series is the latest from German brand Gewo. We are yet to try these rubbers but we are keen to get our hands on them and see how they play. Hype EL Pro is the successor to Nanoflex. As far as we know, there are no big name professional players using Gewo rubbers.

  • Gewo Hype EL Pro 40.0
  • Gewo Hype EL Pro 42.5
  • Gewo Hype EL Pro 47.5
  • Gewo Nanoflex FT40
  • Gewo Nanoflex FT45
  • Gewo Nanoflex FT48

Joola Rubbers

  • Joola Maxxx 400
  • Joola Maxxx 450
  • Joola Maxxx 500
  • Joola Maxxx P
  • Joola Rhyzm
  • Joola Rhyzm P
  • Joola Rhyzm Tech
  • Joola Samba 19
  • Joola Samba 27

Mizuno Rubbers

That’s right; Mizuno is branching out from footwear and clothing to actual table tennis equipment. As we haven’t reviewed these yet we’ll delay passing judgement, but it does appear to be a bit of coincidence that the Mizuno GF series uses the same numbers as Gewo’s Nanoflex. Perhaps they are exact clones because both are €46.90 at Tabletennis11.com!

  • Mizuno GF T40
  • Mizuno GF T45
  • Mizuno GF T48

Nittaku Rubbers

  • Nittaku Moristo RS
  • Nittaku Renanos Bright
  • Nittaku Specialist Hibiki
  • Nittaku Narucross 44
  • Nittaku Annsort
  • Nittaku Hammond FA Speed
  • Nittaku Hammond Pro ß
  • Nittaku Renanos BS
  • Nittaku Renanos Hold
  • Nittaku Narucross GS
  • Nittaku Learner
  • Nittaku Wallest
  • Nittaku Fastarc G-1
  • Nittaku Fastarc S-1
  • Nittaku Galze
  • Nittaku Royallarge
  • Nittaku Retora
  • Nittaku Flyatt
  • Nittaku Pimple Slide
  • Nittaku Revspin
  • Nittaku Jewellarge
  • Nittaku P 12
  • Nittaku Fastarc C-1
  • Nittaku Zalt
  • Nittaku Alhelg
  • Nittaku Flyatt Spin
  • Nittaku Lonfrict
  • Nittaku Beautry
  • Nittaku Jammin
  • Nittaku Fastarc P-1

Palio Rubbers

  • Palio Macro ERA
  • Palio Conqueror
  • Palio Flying Dragon
  • Palio Power Dragon
  • Palio Thor’s
  • Palio Blitz
  • Palio The Way
  • Palio Aeolus

Reactor Rubbers

  • Reactor Mirage
  • Reactor Rafale
  • Reactor Pioneer
  • Reactor Corbor
  • Reactor Tornado
  • Reactor Ckylin

Sanwei Rubbers

  • Sanwei Target
  • Sanwei Rings Link
  • Sanwei Gears
  • Sanwei Ghost
  • Sanwei Code
  • Sanwei T88 Taiji
  • Sanwei T88
  • Sanwei T88 – I
  • Sanwei T88 – II
  • Sanwei T88 – III
  • Sanwei A+
  • Sanwei Target Pro 40+

Stag Rubbers

  • Stag Peter Karlsson Training
  • Stag Championship
  • Stag International
  • Stag Power Drive Plus
  • Stag Official
  • Stag Peter Karlsson Gen-II
  • Stag Tec
  • Stag Super
  • Stag Power Drive
  • Stag All Round
  • Stag Thunder Spin Plus

Stiga Rubbers

  • Stiga Genesis S
  • Stiga Genesis M
  • Stiga Mantra S
  • Stiga Mantra M
  • Stiga Mantra H

 

  • Stiga Boost TP
  • Stiga Boost TC
  • Stiga Boost TS
  • Stiga Boost TX
  • Stiga JMS EVO 1
  • Stiga Magna TC II
  • Stiga Magna TS II
  • Stiga Calibra LT
  • Stiga Calibra LT Sound
  • Stiga Power LT
  • Stiga S
  • Stiga S1
  • Stiga S2
  • Stiga S3
  • Stiga S4
  • Stiga S5
  • Stiga Calibra LT Plus
  • Stiga Calibra LT Spin
  • Stiga Magna TX
  • Stiga Calibra Tour S
  • Stiga Calibra Tour M
  • Stiga Calibra Tour H
  • Stiga Airoc S
  • Stiga Airoc M
  • Stiga Airoc Astro S // Full review by Ben Larcombe
  • Stiga Airoc Astro M // Full review by Ben Larcombe
  • Stiga Genesis M
  • Stiga Genesis S

Sword Rubbers

  • Sword Break
  • Sword Paladin
  • Sword Scylla
  • Sword Maze
  • Sword Nano
  • Sword Flute
  • Sword Paladin II
  • Sword Titan
  • Sword Long Can
  • Sword Dance
  • Sword Zeus
  • Sword Ares

Tibhar Rubbers

Other Tibhar rubbers

  • Tibhar Sinus
  • Tibhar Grass Flex
  • Tibhar Grass Ultra
  • Tibhar Primus
  • Tibhar Genius
  • Tibhar Nianmor
  • Tibhar Aurus
  • Tibhar Grip – S
  • Tibhar Genius +
  • Tibhar Mythik
  • Tibhar Grip – S Europe
  • Tibhar 1Q
  • Tibhar 5Q
  • Tibhar 5Q +
  • Tibhar Volcano +
  • Tibhar Quantum
  • Tibhar Nimbus
  • Tibhar Hybrid K1
  • Tibhar Crazy Bull

TSP Rubbers

  • TSP Curl P-H
  • TSP Grandy
  • TSP Agrit
  • TSP Agrit Speed
  • TSP Rise
  • TSP Rise Speed
  • TSP Curl P-4
  • TSP Spin Magic
  • TSP Ventus Speed
  • TSP Ventus Spin
  • TSP Ventus Soft
  • TSP Regalis Red
  • TSP Regalis Blue
  • TSP Spectol Red
  • TSP Spectol Blue
  • TSP Spinpips Red
  • TSP Spinpips Blue

Victas Rubbers

Victas are a new Japanese table tennis brand that are linked with TSP.

Xiom Rubbers

Xiom has a lot of rubbers. Way too many, in our opinion. It makes choosing one virtually impossible. Should you go for Omega, Vega, Sigma or Musa? And which version of each? Hopefully, our reviews will help you to decide. The Omega and Vega rubbers are the most popular by far.

  • Xiom Omega V Pro
  • Xiom Omega V Tour
  • Xiom Omega V Euro
  • Xiom Omega V Asia
  • Xiom Omega IV Pro
  • Xiom Omega IV Euro
  • Xiom Omega IV Asia
  • Xiom Omega IV Elite

Yasaka Rubbers

  • Yasaka Pryde
  • Yasaka Pryde 30
  • Yasaka Xtend LB
  • Yasaka Marvelous
  • Yasaka Pryde 40
  • Yasaka Rakza 7
  • Yasaka Rakza 9
  • Yasaka Rakza 7 Soft
  • Yasaka Rakza 9 Soft
  • Yasaka Mark V HPS
  • Yasaka Mark V HPS Soft
  • Yasaka Rakza PO
  • Yasaka Xtend SD
  • Yasaka Spinate
  • Yasaka RakzaX
  • Yasaka RakzaX Soft
  • Yasaka Rising Dragon
  • Yasaka Large Craft

Yinhe Rubbers

  • Yinhe Apollo 1
  • Yinhe Apollo 2
  • Yinhe Apollo 3
  • Yinhe Big Dipper
  • Yinhe Mars 2
  • Yinhe Mercury 2
  • Yinhe Moon
  • Yinhe Moon Pro
  • Yinhe Moon Speed
  • Yinhe Sun
  • Yinhe Venus 2