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Xiom Vega Pro

Xiom Vega Pro ping pong rubber
Approx. $ 39 USD
Price $

Ratings  (rated 79 times)

There are 37 users using the Xiom Vega Pro.
From community:
Speed   9.2
Spin   9.3
Control   8.7
Tackiness   2.5 - Slightly tacky
Throw Angle   5.3 - Medium
Weight   5.5 - Medium-heavy
Sponge Hardness   7.0 - Medium-hard
Gears   7.9 - Many gears
Durability   7.7 - Lasts longer than average
Consistency   9.5
Overall   9.4 10
From manufacturer:
Speed 80.0 / 100
Spin 90.0 / 100
Control 80.0 / 100
Tensor   Yes

Description of Xiom Vega Pro

Spin is the most important element of modern table tennis. Not only the strength of spin but also the stability and secure feel have been desired by many players. VEGA series is the realization of the dream. VEGA is the mixture of two new technologies - HYPER ELASTO and CARBO SPONGE. Both of them are based on TENSOR technology which gives rubber the effect of built-in tension. HYPER ELASTO provides extreme spin and stability, and black colored CARBO SPONGE provides innovative efficiency of energy. Further, the feel of VEGA is exciting but comfortable. Its ease of use will help players play “winning” table tennis. Now four variations are available. All of them provide exceptional spin capability. VEGA PRO is for extreme spin, softer VEGA ASIA is for more speed, VEGA EUROPE is softer with more control, and finally, the softest VEGA ELITE is for extreme control.

REVIEWS // 41

caratoon  8 hours ago

Great for attack on the backhand and forehand. If you play defensive this is not for you chops generate below average spin. Looping is very consistent with this rubber and overriding side spin with topspin is soooo easy with this.
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chickenboy408  4 days ago

Vega PRO is litte spinnier but slower than vega ASIA. Both have good control. Asia FH and Pro BH is a good and cheap starter kit. Both rubbers eats up a lot of Glue and a "one-time" use type of rubber because once you take it off a blade, it will curl up like crazy and tough to flatten out on new blade again.
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Loop_in_key_of_Bb  10 months ago

I originally started using Vega Pro in 2012, and although I've tried a bunch of other rubbers, I keep coming back to this on FH. I use max sponge on Xiom Aria 5-ply blade with a thin Btfly free chack application. It has a moderately hard feeling (which I prefer on FH). I get clear feedback and it's somewhat forgiving if I make less than optimal contact. It's easy to keep my serves and pushes low with good spin, almost like a chinese rubber. When looping I can use a big stroke close to the table and produce lots of spin and power, yet feel confident that I'll hit the table. This encourages me to play more aggressively and suits my game well. To be sure, there are many rubbers that will produce more spin and speed, but this still has plenty of both. The longevity is fantastic, and at $38 per sheet you'll be hard-pressed to find a better value.
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chaohero  on 3/8/2014

I use RSM platinum special penhold racket (10.5 mm), this 2.2 mm rubber fits well with the racket, the spin and speed are good (especially in the close table or mid-table plays), the control is mildly poor than the sigma europe I, but it had more gears than the sigma europe I. The best period of the rubber is the period of the second week to 4-5 weeks from the use of this rubber, the speed became slower since the second month due to the loss of elasticity of the sponge. The durability of the topsheet is good, which may keep good spin for 2-3 months. The average time of play (usually in match) is around 6-7 hours per week .
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Singapow  on 2/3/2014

soo nice,very offensive rubber,but also controllable.i got used to it after couple of days training.hope does last long time
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