XIOM Omega V Asia
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Dynamic Friction from XIOM is the process of extreme capture, grab, and ball repulsion on contact. No slippage, and high spin, lead to the unprecedented control, and the creation of extreme angle shots.
Omega V Asia has the hardest sponge sheet in the Omega V Series. Asia is designed to produce lower angle drive shots at great speed. Designed for close to the table play. Get ready and Win with us!
Amazing Precision on Passive Shots
The Omega V series from XIOM utilizes Dynamic Friction Technology to maximize friction, grab and catapult.
Top Table Tennis Players have high swing speeds. They demand at ball contact, a rubber which produces, no slippage, complete spin reversal and fast repulsion. The XIOM Omega V rubber Series is specifically designed to grab the new plastic ball with firmness and produce winning shots for you.
Try Omega V rubber - Asia, Pro, Tour or Euro. The control of your ball with an Omega V rubber sheet is simply beyond expectation. Heightened spin equals more dive and as a consequence more control. Thanks to the higher friction at contact, one can also catch the ball at an extreme angle, truly a professional advantage.
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Reviews of XIOM Omega V Asia (20)
9.5/10 for OFF style. FH: Tibhar Evolution MX-P 50, 2.15mm, 51g (0.252g/cm^2), 50 degrees (ESN), 38.5 degrees (Shore A). BH: Xiom Omega V Asia, 2mm, 50g (0.244g/cm^2), 50 degrees (ESN), 38.5 degrees (Shore A). Blade: TSP Balsa 8.5, 80g, 157mm x 150mm x 10.5mm (Width x Height x Thickness). Plies: 5 (3 Wood + 2 Composite): Ayous - GlassFibre - Balsa - GlassFibre - Ayous.
As an aggressive third ball attacker I used to look for rubbers that serve decently and can grip and rip a ball with a lot of speed and spin. Now that my level has gone up I noticed that stability and control have become much more important as my opponents can return more serves and more drives. Therefore, shots such as blocking and the short play have become more sought-after characteristics, as Im confident my serves and drives will be adequate no matter the rubber. With that in mind I opted for the harder Omega V Asia which excels in everything I need to do to win a point, whether it is playing controlled blocks and pushes or playing devastating drives. The only thing to keep in mind is that you need to play it actively on forehand pushes as it seems somewhat sensitive to heavy backspin.
Great BH rubber! Blocks are really easy to perform. Flicks on serve are very accurate. Spin is ok but not the best.
A really nice FH rubber. Good for the new balls. Faster than MX-S with a bit more catapult. Feels great.
My combination is now Xiom Omega V Asia FH and Tibhar Evolution MX-S BH. Blade is Nexy Kanaph.
I think my search is over :)
The rubber feels softer after using 6-8 hours. It feels better than a new one after this.
Rubber performs well in all departments and can be used FH as well as BH. But it is very heavy so a light blade and a lighter ruuber is recommended.
What amazing a fh rubber... I've tried many different rubber... omega europa, omega 4 euro, tibhar fxp, mxs, mxp, elp, els, t05, omega v tour... and i think, i find best compatible with my game rubber... spin is very very easy and effective... shots and blocks is very clear... control is high... near or far it does not matter... thanks xiom, i love this rubber and i will always use this...
Really nice for attacking players. Good for both spin loop and fast/flat loop. Good vs chop and topspin and tacky for serves. Enough control for competent short play.
This is a fast rubber with a hard sponge. The spin is really good but there are other rubbers with more spin like Xiom Omega V Europe but considering it's speed it is well balanced. Throw angle is medium. Overall a good rubber focusing on speed and a hard sponge. Don't use it with stiff blades or blades with little control because in my case i used Stiga rosewood XO and there was a lot of vibration so aside from that a balanced rubber and really good for forehand.
Rubber easy to use, great spin and excellent control.
very fast, it sure is an attacking rubber, I use max. excellent bending angle for a fast and precise game of attack.
This is the rubber which does everything very well, and covers most play styles you can think of. It's a hard 50 degree, porous sponge with a soft topsheet. Zero slip with new balls with a feel of immediate grab and dwell. Like many new ESN rubbers, it isn't very bouncy in the low gears, and the hard sponge makes it very linear and easy to use. On flat hits and drives it isn't as sharp and definite as some rubbers (soft topsheet takes the edge away), and it's a bit reactive to spin in passive situations. On more brushy shots it comes alive, with arc and spin increasing strongly. Service and short game are very impressive, blocking feels slightly indirect but is easy to do. Very strong when in a mixed looping situation with great returns from brush looping and more drive-based looping. Lacks a bit of pace when driving the ball in comparison with speed-monster rubbers, but this increases your percentages and the top-end speed is still fast enough. Definitely worth considering if you're coming from a hard, chinese rubber (although it isn't tacky at all), or if you want a highly linear, spin-focused eurojap rubber.
I just got this rubber and replaced it for my fh rubber that was a Dhs tg3 neo. After using the rubber I found extremely good changes in my loop and serves. The rubber doesn't feel tacky to the touch but looping this is the most spin I have had on a ball. This rubber is also tremendous on counterloops without give very much effort into it.
I got this after playing on H3 Neo for a long time. I guess this rubber is "Asia" version because it has a harder sponge than the other Omega V (but definitely not as hard as H3 Neo, etc.). This rubber is a fast, powerful looping monster - completely different world from those brick chinese rubbers. You can play any distance without much effort. It's not tacky, but actually very grippy, so it produces very good spin. Short distance is good too actually - the ball rebounds a bit less because of the harder sponge so short pushes and short loops are also strong.
Edit: I got MAX sponge. This is definitely a forehand rubber and should probably be used with MAX
Simply the best rubber I ever played. A lot of spin and control is 10+
Slightly slower than Omega V Europe, with greater spin and control
I think this is the best rubber. I use this for forehand. The spin, speed, n control is monstrous also good for block.
This is a really good rubber that does it all. I am using it in 2.0 on my FH and it blocks, loops and serves very well with both good power when needed, but good control in the short game/able to block powerful loops. The one thing that wins me over is that is counter loops better than the chinese tuned rubbers I had been using.
estou com essa borracha h mais de 2 meses, e posso afirmar, muito boa. Consegue dar um efeito enorme na bolinha, o que torna o saque exelente. uma borracha bem rpida. possui uma esponja dura. no incio meio dificil controlar, mas depois de um tempo de treino voc pega o jeito da coisa. Topspin uma arma com essa borracha! Minha opnio que vale a pena usar essa borracha.
This is the best rubber i came across in the past 3 years. Works awesome for topspin oriented game. Equally good on FH and BH. Very Near to the Butterfly Tenergy level in some area better than that as well.
This rubber is a monster!!! Go for it you will never regret buying it.
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