Xiom Omega IV Pro

Xiom Omega IV Pro Rubber
Approx. $ 60 USD
Price $

User Ratings (79)

Speed 9.3
Spin 9.3
Control 8.8
Tackiness 2.5   
Slightly tacky
Weight 5.5   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 6.8   
Medium hard
Gears 8.8   
Many gears
Throw Angle 4.8   
Consistency 9.3
Durability 8.5   
Lasts a long time!
Overall 9.4 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 138
Spin 120
Control 83
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 36 users using the Xiom Omega IV Pro.
- Extra playing properties by new carbo sponge and top layer
- Additional clicking feel for sharper control
- Extra spin with new chemical composition

Historical evolution towards full "speed-glue" aggression. Based on Hyper Elasto technology the new top sheet matched with upgraded Carbo Sponge offers extra-ordinary playing properties. Feel at the ball contact fully assimilate the clicking sensation generated by speed glues. New chemical composition and additional built-in tension make the ball more spinning and its trajectory significantly higher. OMEGA IV PRO stretches the ball from opponent's court very fiercely after the bounce as if launched from speed-glued rubber.

Reviews (44)

leoin7  on 2/24/2015

This is a very fast rubber which can produce heavy spin when needed. The greatest strength of this rubber is that it can produce consistently powerful topsins with a strong forehand stroke, however the forehand stroke is best when combined with a powerful turning motion of the body. This makes a very good forehand rubber and lasts very long so no need to replace it for many months. I have had a sheet for six months and train for tournaments about 10 hours a week and the sheet still plays like new
ayoushinoki  3 weeks ago

A relatively firm and grippy topsheet combines with a firm sponge (47.5 ESN hardness) to give high spin and speed potential. Paired on a Petr Korbel blade, it gives consistent results on flicks, pushes, smashes, loops and hits. Lifting backspin is effective. The ball does not slip off the rubber even in humid weather and when loop driving with a very closed racket face. Offensive shots, properly executed, will simply skid and shoot off the opponent's side! May not be helpful to beginners because sound stroke mechanics are required. One needs to hit into the rubber for best results. For the improving player, this rubber gives clear feedback in feel and sound. Compared to Xiom Vega Pro, the chief difference is Vega Pro has a supple topsheet, even though both Vega Pro and Omega lV Pro have the same published sponge hardness. With Vega Pro, the feel is like the ball 'plays' on the rubber for a moment before shooting out. With the Omega lV Pro, the feel is more immediate. The rubber is priced approximately 25% cheaper than the latest tensors. My rubber had to be replaced after about 90 hours. Though this rubber has been around for 10 years, it is still an excellent attacking rubber for intermediate players.
bizeizei  on 5/3/2018

good rubber but kinda lack of spin compare to tenergy series..for spin tenery>xiom but for control n block I prefer this rubber. easier to do counter spin with BH than tenergy64. the speed n bounce/loop kinda like T64 but the throw angle a bit lower Overall I prefer this rubber
TTEnthu  on 12/25/2017

Great rubber for offensive game. I found it to be little better than MX-P. It took me no time to get used to it. It doesn't lose the spin even when you hit topspin with full speed. Generates lot of spin during Serves too. Highly recommended!
simeiboismasher  on 4/19/2017

Impressive rubber, i used it in BH with a dhs tg7 blade.

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