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One of the most powerful all-wood blade in Xiom range. Balance between high power and stability of topspin.
One of the most powerful all-wood 5-ply blades. ARIA aims the all-round power play close to table and even from mid or far distance. Thick, medium soft wood of top layer provides neutral feel. Second layer provides clear feel and best balance. Overall thickness is 6.4 mm, which is considered as the maximum for maintaing the distinctive advantage of 5-ply offensive blade. ARIA shows top level of comfort as a powerful blade. It is hard and fast, but is able to catch ball softly and then release it with great control, especially when players attack with topspin. The ball flies very fast, and draws sharp and aggressive trajectory. ARIA is recommended to skilled players. New “Hyper Elasto” rubbers as VEGA PRO or VEGA ASIA will make the best combination with ARIA.
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Reviews of Xiom Aria (6)
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Coming from Butterfly Petr Korbel, Aria has more control, less weight (mine is 82 grams), softer feel and lower rebound angle. I think it's great for close to table topspin, block and drive, but lacks power from mid-distance. I've compared Korbel and Aria using Donic Barracuda 2.0 on both. Korbel has more power and maybe a little more spin, with a more direct and stiffer, woodier feel. However I hit the table more consistently with Aria and love the ST handle and low weight.
This blade feels like Yasaka Malin Extra offensive which balance speed and control with the light blade(around 80-82 g).That suit for player who wants play allround,offensive(close to the table) or who want to get feel like Yasaka MEO with larger grip.
I play this blade after many kind of composite in order to gain control in the fast and spiny game.
It work very well on the bh with ternergy 64 max and tenergy 05 fx max on FH. Serve is very decent and returning serve is easy with and less error if we have slight misjudge. On the bh block is excellent, flip is easy, backspin return block is tremendous. On the FH , topspin is easy but not the best but loop and a little bit topspin is best and passive block from opponent is fatal mistake with if counter with hard smash or topspin. To stay topspin to topspin game always is convenient to play with.
When I switched to Aria from a composite blade I immediately noticed improved feeling and a slightly less speed which are great. The FL handle is so comfortable and overall balance is superb.
Currently paired it with TG skyline 3 neo and Vega Europe and I feel this is a good setup for 2 wing looping style.
Its a nice blade for offensive style (Top spin and drive).
The feels and control is about the same stiga tube carbo.
Mine is set with Omega I and stiga Innova Ultra light.
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