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both are now available at tabletennis11  but the price bites $58 right now

*edit* out of stock :(


Edited by Dream1700 - 01/26/2018 at 1:16pm
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Originally posted by Dream1700 Dream1700 wrote:

both are now available at tabletennis11  but the price bites $58 right now

*edit* out of stock :(

Wow, why would anyone get this, you can get Tenergy at this price from ping-pong.pl 
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new item hype, shortage, good initial reviews for Omega VII -> $58
on the other hand, omega europe V is on sale right now for $37.


Edited by Dream1700 - 01/26/2018 at 2:41pm
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Originally posted by Dream1700 Dream1700 wrote:

both are now available at tabletennis11  but the price bites $58 right now

*edit* out of stock :(

$51 (omega vii) at megaspin.net
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote tom Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01/26/2018 at 5:26pm
Originally posted by rocketman222 rocketman222 wrote:

Originally posted by Dream1700 Dream1700 wrote:

both are now available at tabletennis11  but the price bites $58 right now

*edit* out of stock :(

Wow, why would anyone get this, you can get Tenergy at this price from ping-pong.pl 

it is out of stock so someone must have bought them, unless TT11 never had them in stock, but you are right a bit hard to swallow at $58
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If someone is interested: 
I have a 99,9% new black Omega VII Pro, played for less than 20 minutes (too fast for me), 
actual measures: 15,6 x 15,1 cm (big enough for nearly every "normal" blade). 
I can sell it for 36€ shipped (with priority and sending-ID).
Of course I can send some pictures first.
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Originally posted by Magic_M Magic_M wrote:

If someone is interested: 
I have a 99,9% new black Omega VII Pro, played for less than 20 minutes (too fast for me), 
actual measures: 15,6 x 15,1 cm (big enough for nearly every "normal" blade). 
I can sell it for 36€ shipped (with priority and sending-ID).
Of course I can send some pictures first.


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is it faster than mxp or mantra h?
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$43,43  now
http://www.tabletennis11.com/other_eng/xiom-omega-vii-euro
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I wonder how the pro is compared to fastarc G1?
BTW the pro is 25% off at tt11 this week.
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Had my first session with the O7E ---> Clap
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I was debating whether to get the o7p or the o7e for my fh. And end up buying the pro. Hopefully it's not something I can't control. I'm currently using fastarc G1.
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Originally posted by wanchope wanchope wrote:

I was debating whether to get the o7p or the o7e for my fh. And end up buying the pro. Hopefully it's not something I can't control. I'm currently using fastarc G1.
If you can handle the G-1, you'll be fine with the O7P.
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Link on comparison between Omega 7 Pro, Rhyzer 48 and Bluestorm Z1 here.

To me, this rubber is not spinnier than MX-P on FH stroke (harder hit). It could be spinnier on BH stroke (but not for an advanced player). Still an improvement over Omega V Europe. Can't compare it to Omega V Tour as the O7Pro plays softer.
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Originally posted by slevin slevin wrote:

Link on comparison between Omega 7 Pro, Rhyzer 48 and Bluestorm Z1 here.

To me, this rubber is not spinnier than MX-P on FH stroke (harder hit). It could be spinnier on BH stroke (but not for an advanced player). Still an improvement over Omega V Europe. Can't compare it to Omega V Tour as the O7Pro plays softer.
If weight is meaningful, the Omega VII rubbers offer a distinct advantage over MX-P.  A sheet of Omega VII Pro is about 10g lighter than a sheet of MX-P of the same thickness.

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Originally posted by slevin slevin wrote:

Link on comparison between Omega 7 Pro, Rhyzer 48 and Bluestorm Z1 here.

To me, this rubber is not spinnier than MX-P on FH stroke (harder hit). It could be spinnier on BH stroke (but not for an advanced player). Still an improvement over Omega V Europe. Can't compare it to Omega V Tour as the O7Pro plays softer.

Just got a new sheet of O7Pro. Will complete your comparison vs. Omega V Tour :). 

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Originally posted by iakovka iakovka wrote:

Originally posted by slevin slevin wrote:

Link on comparison between Omega 7 Pro, Rhyzer 48 and Bluestorm Z1 here.

To me, this rubber is not spinnier than MX-P on FH stroke (harder hit). It could be spinnier on BH stroke (but not for an advanced player). Still an improvement over Omega V Europe. Can't compare it to Omega V Tour as the O7Pro plays softer.

Just got a new sheet of O7Pro. Will complete your comparison vs. Omega V Tour :). 

I can't EJ in 5 or 6 months if you don't complete these comparisons!
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Emailed Xiom, at Xiom.tt regarding the advertised rubber hardness. For Omega VII models.

Advertised Hardness on ESN Scale:
1) Xiom OV7 Tour - 55.0 Degrees
2) Xiom OV7 Asia - 52.5  Degrees
3) Xiom OV7 Pro - 47.5 Degrees
4) Xiom OV7 Euro - 42.5 Degrees

Hope this helps, just for reference.
* *Rubbers might be harder/softer than advertised.
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Omega 7 euro the verdict:
After intensive training session, O7E is an outstanding backhand rubber: it excells in banana flick. Lifting underspin serves is so easy that you find yourself tempted to accelerate more and more and the balls still land on the table. It is better than anything out there even than a 05 boosted!
It is easy even if you are still learning the flick technique, you will learn it 2 x faster compared to any other rubber.
For the block it is just so controlable and spinny that you can just win by boocking. For underspin and serves it is so good. I never thought i would find a better ransanter , tenergy , aurus prime , z1 or C1 on the backhand side. And it is lighter than all of the above.
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Can anyone compare O7E to T05FX? Their speed, spin, hardness, throw angle, spin sensitivity. Thanks!
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Originally posted by Mickael Mickael wrote:

Omega 7 euro the verdict:
After intensive training session, O7E is an outstanding backhand rubber: it excells in banana flick. Lifting underspin serves is so easy that you find yourself tempted to accelerate more and more and the balls still land on the table. It is better than anything out there even than a 05 boosted!
It is easy even if you are still learning the flick technique, you will learn it 2 x faster compared to any other rubber.
For the block it is just so controlable and spinny that you can just win by boocking. For underspin and serves it is so good. I never thought i would find a better ransanter , tenergy , aurus prime , z1 or C1 on the backhand side. And it is lighter than all of the above.

Can You compare between OVP vs O7P vs O7E ?
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Originally posted by Chewy Chewy wrote:

Emailed Xiom, at Xiom.tt regarding the advertised rubber hardness. For Omega VII models.

Advertised Hardness on ESN Scale:
1) Xiom OV7 Tour - 55.0 Degrees
2) Xiom OV7 Asia - 52.5  Degrees
3) Xiom OV7 Pro - 47.5 Degrees
4) Xiom OV7 Euro - 42.5 Degrees

Hope this helps, just for reference.
* *Rubbers might be harder/softer than advertised.
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Realy? I thought Asia is the hardest. Omega v asia is harder then omega v tour.
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Omega vii tour is the hardest but due to the topsheet, all rubbers in the vii series feel.softer than they are supposed to be.
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