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    Posted: 11/01/2019 at 1:18pm
Could somebody compare Omega VII Pro, R47 and Dna Pro M with respec to: Speed, Throw Angle, Grip, and Unexpected catapult during short game?

or just VII and R47 since DNA Pro is so new.
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Found this so far: 
<<< by yogi_bear: if I compare it to the Rasanter R47, the Omega 7 is spinnier with a bit softer feel and with almost teh same speed and catapult.>>.
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I have been playing with R47 for couple of years now and I breafly tested VII pro as a fh rubber. Most of the people seems to think that vii pro is very spinny and fast but to me it was very avarage in both speed and spin. To me it felt like a soft rubber so I didn’t felt that it had too much power in it when looping hard. I think that R47 is better in every aspect except recieving serves. R47 has higher throw angle. Just my 2 cents🙂.
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Aren't Omega 7s at over 50 degree? You can't really compare it to R47 given the difference in the hardness. Generally, one would be able to generate more spin with R47 due to its softer sponge.
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Originally posted by vik2000 vik2000 wrote:

Aren't Omega 7s at over 50 degree? You can't really compare it to R47 given the difference in the hardness. Generally, one would be able to generate more spin with R47 due to its softer sponge.

VII Pro is 47 or 47.5
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I have 7 pro and had r47. Both not suitable for my style of play (high spinny loops from both wing). For me both have low throw, and similar behavior. 7 pro feels slightly softer and slightly easier to play with. Both good for classic recreative player's long push with backspin. There is some catapult but you have to use quick motion. I think all these new rubbers require faster wrist and generally much more energetic play that amateur players able to produce. There are younger faster and technicaly better players from me around who use these rubbers and produces quality shots. 
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Originally posted by garwor garwor wrote:

I have 7 pro and had r47. Both not suitable for my style of play (high spinny loops from both wing). For me both have low throw, and similar behavior. 7 pro feels slightly softer and slightly easier to play with. Both good for classic recreative player's long push with backspin. There is some catapult but you have to use quick motion. I think all these new rubbers require faster wrist and generally much more energetic play that amateur players able to produce. There are younger faster and technicaly better players from me around who use these rubbers and produces quality shots. 

are you still using Vega Pro on both sides?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote garwor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11/04/2019 at 10:22am
only on fh at the moment. I have various blades and rubbers and often change setups to try new things. When I  want results I switch to my cheap no name blade and worn vega pro and beat expensive setup users :)
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