XIOM Omega V Tour
• New power dynamics of professional swing speed
• Energized ball flight and rebound
• Extra precision for passive and offensive shots
Phased dynamics in the energy transfer between a ball and a rubber determines the rubber performance. Traditionally phased physical dynamics has been developed to produce the maximized spin and speed easily at lower swing speed. But the table tennis professionals can deliver solid contacts to the ball at higher swing speed. Their energy can be transferred more efficiently and precisely with the new dynamics, specially phased for the professional play. OMEGA V focused on the new dynamic mechanism for top professionals. Solid clicking, energy-charged repulse, and precise energy transfer allows the advantageous edge in small and big shots of the professional game. Experience the new dynamics and Win with us.
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Reviews of XIOM Omega V Tour (20)
FH: Xiom Omega V Tour DF (Max-Black)
BH: Bty Solcion (1.9-Red)
Disclaimer: This is the review for Xiom Omega V Tour with Dynamic Fission version package. So it may have slight variation or none to normal counterpart.
My first impression: Wow cool black sponge!!! But that is not relevant to its greatness of this rubber. Based on my judgement, I used to play with Donic Acuda Blue P1 for sometimes and Donic Bluefire JP02 for longer period. I must confess that this rubber excel in more spin and CONSISTANCY! I finds this rubber never gives me slip feeling when top spin the ball. Moreover, everyone also said in the same opinion that the spin generates from this rubber is stronger than previous rubber ever. On the drawback besides its price tag. I still find this rubber on maximum thickness is hard to control on longer rallies (Services, service receive and opening loop really feels great). I might change to 2.0 thickness if it available
(Edit Nov 2015) After tested with 2.0 thickness. IMO if you are looper, maximum thickness is an only way to go on FH side. 2.0 thickness decrease to much spin compensate with a little more control in rallies.
(Edit Oct 2016) After using for more than a year, I finally realized that this rubber does not goes well with hard blade (MEO at least), since the throw is high and the bouncy of the rubber combining with the bouncy of the blade will make this rubber is so bouncy that I cannot land the ball on another side properly when looping. Moreover, the "middle-hard" rubber hardness also is the backfire to my play; I cannot really control short push or perform slow spinny loop because the lack of "touch" feels. I might give a try again if I ever have opportunity to use slower blade (I still like the spin of this rubber).
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