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Xiom Omega IV Pro

Xiom Omega IV Pro ping pong rubber
Approx. $ 50 USD
Price $

Ratings  (rated 68 times)

There are 23 users using the Xiom Omega IV Pro.
From community:
Speed   9.4
Spin   9.3
Control   8.8
Tackiness   2.6 - Slightly tacky
Throw Angle   5.0 - Medium
Weight   5.5 - Medium-heavy
Sponge Hardness   6.7 - Medium-hard
Gears   8.8 - Many gears
Durability   8.5 - Lasts longer than average
Consistency   9.2
Overall   9.4 10
From manufacturer:
Speed 138.0 /
Spin 120.0 /
Control 83.0 /
Tensor   No

Description of 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 of the Xiom Omega IV Pro

Review Weltklasse said this on November 13, 2010:

More spin and speed then Vega Pro. Very durable topsheet, semilar to T64 but more elastic. Throw angel ist lower then T05 and T64.
Review Denis Sazonov said this on November 19, 2010:

One of the best rubbers for attacking play. Very hard spin and good speed, makes many troubles for opponent. Good combination with XIOM Ignito and BUTTERFLY Timo Boll Spirit and M.Maze.
Review Anonymous said this on December 5, 2010:

Quite a hard top sheet. Consistency is great with good control and good speed. Spin is good, good window effect. Cheaper than tenergy, suitable as a substitute for tenergy. I paid sgd 55 for this. Will not change. :)
Review Anonymous said this on December 18, 2010:

Owesome spin and control, very good speed, very durable topsheet, low throw angle. Good substitute for Tenergy.
Review Vital said this on January 16, 2011:

Best rubber for me. Played with Omega for a while then gave tenegry 05 a try but returned to Omega PRO. Much more controll, more spin and slightly less speed than tenergy makes this rubber idal for consistent attacking play. Use it on stradivarius blade and think it is a best match possible. Amazing feedback with sufficient speed and spin. Moreover Omega is lighter than tenergy.
Review vvk said this on March 4, 2011:

I've got Xiom Omega IV Pro 2.0mm on each side of a Xiom Zetro Quad blade. Very good control in the short game. Serves are spinny enough (reference - Vega Pro and Tenergy 05). Brush looping is a breeze, powerloops are amazing. Lots of dwell time. Blocking and smashing is okay (Vega Pro is better).

Much lighter than Yasaka Rakza 7. About the same weight and hardness as Xiom Vega Pro.
Review Kidal said this on April 28, 2011:

This is a very fast rubber with very good control. I would prefer this rubber to Tenergy 25 as I play close to the table. Blocks and push blocks over the table are excellent. Serving is allow excellent especially doing disguise pendulum serves. A very good rubber for the offensive player.
I find it not that suitable for chops.
Review Joan Carles said this on May 18, 2011:

I changed to this rubber to subsitute the too expensive Tenergy 05 and I am really surprised. Now I cannot change to another rubber. Very good control, spin and speed enough.
Review spinfreak said this on July 23, 2011:

Changed from Bryce to this, same speed, more spin, alot more control and consistancy, better feel, way more durable, and alot more clicking. This rubber's potential is very high and it should be just as popular as tenergy. xiom has been on the international market for only five years. but if you r an attacker of any sort then this rubber can really get u somewhere.
Review Lucas said this on November 8, 2011:

it's an awesome rubber. more spin and speed than vega pro.
Review Anonymous said this on November 29, 2011:

I play both pengrip and shakehand style. I hadn't played for 36 years and started playing again 18 months ago.
I have tried to find a chinese rubber that would give me that wow factor, with spin, speed and control. The closest I have come was g999 and yinhe moon pro. I started dabbling with hammond beta pro, and xiom omega iv pro. Both of these rubbers produce the vicious sides spin I used to have. Omega iv pro has a wicked kick and contrary to some other people's experience, It is Mark V rubber defined and refined, a perfect attack and defense table tennis weapon that instills you with confidence. It virtually talks to the ball as you make your shot and leaves your opponent in no doubt as to what it is saying. It is brilliant against bottom spin and you can easily loop from under the table to get that sidespin I was talking about. For pengrippers it should be a dream. Unlike Tenergy 05 which I tried for many months, it is forgiving and can be very hurtful against said Tenergy opponents. I used to fear them. Now that I can produce the same spin but with more power and direction, fear can take a holiday.
Personally, I think the feel, and incredible control matched with the spin and speed make it a nightmare for opponents and a winner for the wielder. Get some and get some payback.
Review faizaleja said this on January 15, 2012:

This is an awesome rubber. If you hit a the ball with hard top spin it will produce a super fast low throw angle ball to your opponent side. This rubber compliment my T05.
Review Ittpat said this on January 16, 2012:

Before I bought this rubber, I who always use soft rubbers thought I couldn't play with this rubber because it would be too hard for me. However, after I tried this rubber, all I can say is it is not hard at all. Unlike Chinese rubber, I can press my finger on the rubber so easily. The topsheet is very soft, but the sponge is a bit harder. It gives me a very great feel on loops, drives, blocks, serves. Very very fast. Probably the fastest rubber I ever play with. More speed and spin than Vega pro.
Review Anonymous said this on February 15, 2012:

Good ruber!!!
Review dentponger said this on February 26, 2012:

Great rubber in terms of spin/speed. Control is also good when close-to-table game but is decreased (a little) in mid distances
Review loop11 said this on February 29, 2012:

good speed
very good spin
excellent drive
excellent in mid table game
very good block and push
but not suitable for me due to the bouncy if play near the net. May be because of my technique.
Review Anonymous said this on March 17, 2012:

Would this rubber be a good match with a joola carbon blade like joola mc1 pr Joola wing passion extreme? quick reply, please! thanx!
Review Gani_Agung said this on March 26, 2012:

I used this on my FH and with Schager Carbon blade ,, Better spin than tenergy 05 Fx,
, Acuda S1, Boost TX... Excellent for Mid and Closed to the table, medium throw angle ,suggested to hard blade,
Not as good as Acuda S1 for speed, and Smash. If u wanna use for short period ( 4 month ) , try this one.,,,low price
than tenergy ( Best rubber to subtitute tenergy )
Review m5sl said this on April 9, 2012:

The best rubber for me as a J Pen player. Using it right now. No complaint at all. Love it.
Review :D said this on April 22, 2012:

I think the sponge is quite good,and the top surface may create some spin, however,it cannot replace tenergy05

If you are interested in this rubber,you may also try the LKT black power,it is similar with this.
Review Anonymous said this on May 7, 2012:

Too fast for me. Sold it after 2 sessions of practice!
Review michiy said this on June 27, 2012:

One of the best rubbers I have used! Nice speed, spin, control and sponge hardness. Suits all types of playing (close-mid-far). I use one on my BH on a Hinoki Shake Swift Blade (medium) 5 - ply hinoki.
Review pingponger said this on July 1, 2012:

This is my FH rubber on DHS Power-G PG7. I was debating between this and tenergy 05 and I'm glad I went with this one. I find this rubber very similar to tenergy 05 and half the cost. But i can say this is definitely more speed and spin than a sriver g2 fx and cheaper.
Review julio_takeuchi said this on July 8, 2012:

Muy buena goma la prefer­ por Sobre las Tenrergy ya que dan un estilo de juego casi similiar pero con una goma m¡s liviana y m¡s econ³mica, me siento muy a gustyo con ella para el backhand me da gran confiabilidad para atacar o cortar, excelente para bloquear y excelente sonido (si les gusta)
Review oggytheponger said this on September 6, 2012:

this rubber is for pro's
Review singody said this on October 3, 2012:

One of the best, definitely top 5 on market!
Review ebul87 said this on October 18, 2012:

very soft, very speed for drive
Review EnjoyTT said this on December 13, 2012:

It is fantastic rubber. Very spinny good speed. Much better in feeling and last longer than any Tenergy serise.

But I have a problem. This rubber bulges up a little bit around edge of blade 2-3 days after gluing. I tried different blade and different glue on this rubber, but the same result.

I don't know it is only this rubber's problem or not. My friend has Omega Asia and does not have this problem

Is there anyone who has same problem?
Review mtg6792 said this on February 25, 2013:

Effortless looping. Low serves. Incredible speed. Very nice rubber from Xiom! (Makes a good FH rubber, but would probably pair better as a backhand to Sigma Europe)
Review prent73 said this on April 28, 2013:

Excellent FH rubber for attacking style!
Review riker71 said this on March 16, 2014:

I used this as my FH rubber for last 3 years, very good spin, speed, low throw, loops dip after hitting other side if table. I didn't think I would find better but have recently switched to Omega V Tour, which whilst not having the same destructive power as IV Pro, has more gears and more control. IV Pro is a very good rubber and suited for aggressive attack
Review Loop_in_key_of_Bb said this on June 20, 2014:

I am around 1500 rating and use this rubber in 2.0 on FH on a Xiom Aria blade (5-ply wood). Coming from Vega Pro, Omega IV Pro has a noticeably harder sponge and faster speed. When flat hitting, you get a satisfying crack of the sponge and when looping a nice click.

Flat hits, smashes and blocks: This rubber performs really well here. Blocks borrow all of the speed and spin of opponent's shot, and propel the ball back on the table. Smashes and drives are fun and satisfying.

Push: The fast speed and hard sponge make service return harder to control, but the pushes are spinny and fast. After some adjustment I could drop them short over the net too. Requires a lot of finesse for the short game.

Loop: Like Vega Pro, this rubber really grabs the ball and imparts tremendous spin. The sponge adds a lot more speed than Vega Pro. The result is lethal loops, but if you make sub-optimal contact you'll be punished.

Update: This rubber is incredibly powerful, but just too fast for me to manage. I went back to Vega Pro and am much more confident now.
Review Magnus said this on October 31, 2014:

You can put this rubber on your FH or BH. An "easy to use" rubber, but to achieve the full potentials of this rubber, you need to have a good swing stroke.
It has good control, dynamic linearity & lenient for all type of players. To create a decent heavy loop or top spin, ball should deep enough on the top sheet & penetrate adequately to interact with its black carbo sponge. In short, proper dwell of the ball on this rubber should be accomplished for you to create a pretty good spin.
Perfect for stiff hard blades.
Review frosthakimi said this on November 24, 2014:

hard to control. Awesome spin
Review OlleOst said this on November 24, 2014:

Very nice rubber. Lacks some spin but all other attributes is Humble Pie.


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