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XIOM Vega Europe DF

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Vega Europe DF combines the optimal safer spin attack with upgraded control; and now maximum "DF" energy transfer. More chances, great spin and less miss-outs with "big window". Win with XIOM.

New Black carbo-sponge to generate more power

Longer lifetime and durability of rubber

Vega Europe has the highest ball-trajectory to create a larger safe-zone (big window) over the net. Empirical test shows bigger window effectively increases the success rate of your attack and reduce the chance of miss shots. Very easy to make spins Vega Europe also has the deeper ball catching feel at impact for the control. New black Carbo Sponge maximized the internet efficiency to generate additional energy onto the ball. Ball flies with more power as a result. Resilient tensile structure improves the lifetime of rubber by 30-50%.

Speed: 86
Spin: 92
Control: 85
Sponge Hardness: Medium 44 degrees


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Reviews of XIOM Vega Europe DF (8)

softy rubber 37,5 degres, nice for blocking, good control, also nice to lift low balls from mid distance, nice speed glue sound, with proper tehnique it can be very fast. not too bouncy on short game,it is very spiny rubber hard to retun slow loops ,i am using it for 3 monts on BH and i like it on openings on backspin ball wery confident to do that with VE df. in my country costs 30 euro and it is good value for money.
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Performs good on blades with hard out layers, such as Yasaka G5 and Stiga Emerald V. Feels softer and less powerful on Yasaka YES. Mine is 2.0 mm.
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very nice rubber!!!
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Plays somewhat like a cross between Rakza 7 Soft and Rasanter R37, however I'd prefer R37 if looking for a soft rubber. VE-DF is soft, as mentioned by other users, with good control for basic shots. It has that usual Tensor 'ping' to it, and has more speed than others have attributed to it, however it's certainly not as fast as the regular XVE, which is rated at 8.9. I'd say the speed is very similar to R7S, rated at 8.6~, while the throw angle is similar to Rasanter R37. My scores of '10' were purely to bring the averages up from 8.3 to 8.5, which is more accurate relative to other soft rubbers I've played with. Good for developing basic shots, but may lack 'gears' for players with a more developed game. Rubber has a high quality and grippy topsheet which means it should be NO LESS durable than standard XVE. I generally agree with speed/spin/control numbers from user 'tipoman'.
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Fully agree with McCustom.
Rubber is extremely soft and bouncy even with the softest touch, even on the BH on a Yasaka Sweden Classic ALL blade. Like most tensors, chopping is difficult, since you have very little margin for error. Unlike most tensors, even medium force loop will bottom it. Hard loop attacks produce such cracking sound, that I began to worry not to damage the outer wood layer of my blade :)
At the end, you have no control over the short game and no speed&spin in power game.
It is only good for slow opening topspins/flicks, which are still tricky, but at least you can exploit the grippiness of the topsheet.
[Update] Dec-2017. The above impressions were gained while playing in rather warm conditions - around 25degrees. Now it is colder in the court where I play (10-15 degrees) and the rubber feels much harder! I like it more in cold, it now does not bottom in loop exchange, but only when attacking. The bounciness was reduced also, so I can now really enjoy the grippy topsheet while chopping. It's obviously a winter type of a tyre .... urhhh... rubber :)
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