XIOM Omega V Euro
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Xiom Omega V Euro, made with Dynamic Friction Technology is developed for the plastic ball.
Dynamic Friction rubber grabs the slippery plastic balls far more firm and solid at contact.
As a consequence, it increases the spin rotation dramatically - at the same speed.
Thanks to the higher friction you can also catch the ball at the extreme angle, which is truly a professional advantage.
Unprecedented control and extreme angle shots.
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Reviews of XIOM Omega V Euro (21)
9.3/10 for OFF style. FH: Donic Bluefire M1 Turbo, 2.2mm, 52g (0.256g/cm^2), 50 degrees (ESN), 38.5 degrees (Shore A). BH: Xiom Omega V Euro, 2.2mm, 49g (0.24g/cm^2), 42.5 degrees (ESN), 34.5 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.
Ratings for 2.0mm. Fairly quick rubber, on the softer side. Not as good as tenergy.
Best fh I played so far. U have to play this rubber 4-5 sessions to see the full potential. The rubber gets bouncier und faster after 8-10 hours playing with it. After this it holds the performance for a long time. Buy it, test it 8-10 hours and u will see what I mean. U will find my full review here: https://www.tabletennisdaily.co.uk/equipment/rubbers/9653-omega-v-europe
For the price, it is horrible! I cared for this rubber like my baby, but after 3 months it went dead. If you want a good pushing or flat hitting rubber this will do you fine. If you want anything else, then don't bother buying this. I got my coach and other players to try and they were surprised how bad it was. No top spin, not much spin for the price and no "wow" factor. Save your money.
Very nice rubber, easy to generate spin in drives with good speed. Although its the softest version among omega rubbers serie, its not a soft rubber, maybe a medium one. Its not a tacky rubber, so its perfect for blocking and receive serves because its very insensitive for incoming effect. Serves are just OK, not awesome, but not bad either. Its very durable, 4 months and its still good, nothing to complain. Use this rubber on the FH of my Yasaka Ma Lin Extra Ofensive blade (chinese penhold) and it becomes very easy to open game with topspin, even against heavy backspin serves.
Very good BH rubber. It shines when it comes to control - that was the main reason i went for it. The transition from Andro Hexer to this one was very easy (imo it plays nearly identical). Due to its spin insensitiv character my backhand became much more relyable. When generating sping you have to engage sponge because of the completely nontacky surface. But when you do it generates superb spin even on short fast strokes -> perfect for backhand flips, openers and drives.
Very good rubber. Have to adjust at 1st to 3rd session. The next sessions became superb. Best for forehand and the touch feels very good. Spin, speed has a good punch and the best is its control.
Good but not the best comparing with other ones on the same omega v series. Tour and pro are much better than Europe. I found Europe much slower and less forgiving.
This is a good rubber with decent amount of speed but focusing on spin rather than speed. Throw angle is medium high. Overall a balanced rubber and really good for an ofensive backhand with good control
I am very disappointed with this rubber, brand new out of it's package and on the first day of play, the top sheet is stiff, the sponge is firm, no dwell time. Speed is medium, spin medium but nothing special. The manufacturer says it has dynamic friction technology, but still the grip is nothing special, it's average. The omega 4 europe is a far better rubber.
Excellent rubber. I am using it on a FH. Fast, great spin, very good control.
Excellent rubber, great speed, spin and control all together. Its so easy to play with it. I prefer it on the backhand.
I got this in 2.0 sponge for backhand. I think it shines backhand because it is not too sensitive to incoming spin and has nice control, but also it is tremendous for looping. This rubber is very spinny and has higher throw angle so it's naturally great for looping. Drive and block is also very good. I'm sure this can be used very well on forehand as well.
Really nice rubber in all facets. Supposedly not all that great close to the table, but I found it to be accurate and linear at all distances. What I like most is the ability of the rubber to impart topspin - allows for sensational looping from backhand and forehand. For example, picking up backspin or topping sidespin is made quite easy with this rubber. Push is OK - not my forte, so hard to rate. Smash also really consistent and solid.
I am using 2.0 mm on DHS power G-7 as BH rubber. I shifted from moon pro to this about 6 six months ago and found it very well. But lately I realised that it lost spin and control. It may be due to my combo but I beleive that as a spin over it is not grippy enough to catch the ball at difficult times. This is particularly evident that when you are at a abrubt positions where an incomplete loop or top spin is reqired. That is to say, you must allways complete your move to find the target.
i originally tried the omega 5 euro on my xiom axelo blade and it wasnt to bad for fh or bh was a bit bouncy but still had good spin. than i moved it to my 5p and now its inconsistant with spin and speed sometimes had really good spin then no spin at all on the same shot. i would still recommend this rubber though.
i have now moved back to axelo and im using for bh it got good spin and speed still bouncy but feels good. i would recommend but take into consideration blade
very easy rubber i use in max thick for FH, very easy first loop, second loop or killing hit is very easy. game near net VERY easy, this rubber dont accept incoming spin. passive block is easy i can make dropp shot from loop. i usu this rubber 3months and looks like used, but i plays like new rubber.
i use avx p500 (5 layers, only wood, springy blade)
Cut on a standard shakehand blade, weight is 50 grams (max thickness). So it is indeed a heavy rubber, when fastarc s-1 is 41 grams (2.0 is the thickest).
Super spin, you can tell the tremendous spin in 10 seconds for sure. Speed and control are great too. But again, if you can create a lot spin, control will not be bad, and speed after hitting opponent's table will also be good.
Hardness of top sheet and sponge are really medium as rated in this database IMO.
I tried the Xiom Omega V Europe on my TSP gaia. I have had a Xiom Vega Europe on this blade before, and I can feel almost no difference. Maybe I am not a good enough player. However, in my opinion, the Evolution EL-P and the Adidas Tenzone Ultra have way more power and are more spinny while being just as heavy. It plays a little bit like Victas V-01 Limber and Donic Bluefire JP03, too. From my point of view, the above mentioned Rasant Grip is in a completely different level of gameplay.
Good Off- control/spin rubbers:
- Vega Europe
- Victas V-01 Limber
- Omega V Europe
- Bluefire JP03
- Evolution FX-P
- Adidas P7
- Nittaku Renanos Hold
- Rasant Grip
New Spin Monster/ Fast Attack/ Aggro rubbers:
- Evolution EL-P / MX-P
- Adidas Tenzone Ultra
- Rasant Grip
- Rasant Powergrip
- Nittaku Fastarc-G
... and their likes
Wanted to try something new after using andro rasant grip for 6 months and this one was perfect! A little softer feel, higher throw, (i think its a bit slower than rasant grip, or maybe just the softer feel) about the same spin and for me it gave much better control. I really like it! A bit heavy but on the same level as rasant grip so i was totally used to it. It has very good feeling. Best i've tried so far. I got max and put it on the lovely Infinity VPS V FL master.
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