Xiom Omega IV Asia
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For dynamic power-spin attackers
Designed for professionally trained players with higher swing speed.
Powered by extra-hard new carbo sponge
Extra spin capability by new constructions and additional built-in tension. Extreme power with extra spins in deadly aggression. Grippy top sheet accompanied by very hard Carbo Sponge and fully built-in speed-glue effect creates amazing power-spin performance. Maybe too hard for non-professionals to exploit the full capacity OMEGA IV ASIA provides the advantage to well trained players with higher swing speed. OMEGA IV ASIA stretches the ball from opponent's court very aggressively and low with extra spin. Extra precision and superb consistency from solid construction also benefit high-speed players.
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Reviews of Xiom Omega IV Asia (13)
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Didnt liked this one. To slow and not enough spin
I tried this for my backhand on the Xiom Haybusa Zxi blade.
The rubber is slightly tacky. It doesn't have the catapult effect like my previous andro plasma 470.
When you do top spin attack, the ball tend to skit on the table after the bounce. This means it doens't bounce up as much which makes it harder for the opponent.
At first I had a hard time to control the ball, it was flying everywhere. However, once I get use to it, I swear I will never want to try another rubber! This is it, I have finally found the "dream" rubber. It has speed, spin, & control. By the way, I use it for my forehand, my back hand I use Xiom Omega IV pro.
This is a Tensor rubber don't know why it's listed as not ? Of all the rubbers I've tried this is as close to Ten 05 as I have found. Use it on a Timo Spirit in max. It is a heavy rubber in the same weight as Ten 05, 73 grams on the max I got uncut. Of all the Xiom rubber I like this the best, don't know why that it's not a popular rubber!
I have used a Omega IV Asia on my BH for 3 months. Since I use a Hinoki Shake Swift which is a medium blade I found it's sponge to be to sof. I could block and do soft loops very well. It isn't a good choice for more agressive backhands.
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