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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote carbon136 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09/09/2018 at 10:48am
Can anyone compare Omega 7 Euro's hardness with T05FX or Bluefire M3 or Acuda S3?
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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.


How does this compare to stuff like MX-P, which is advertised at 47.5 degrees on the ESN scale.
Also, something like Omega 5 tour which is my BH is 48~ degrees.

So how on Earth is their new tour gonna be a whole 7 degrees harder!

Those values seem crazy high.






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The tour has 55 degrees but it feels.softer.than 55 because of the softer topsheet.
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Hi friends, O7P with pips structure of t80 (I find it in google images in china site) , with thin top sheet above pips like all tenergy rubbers, sounds me like ... t80 Smile . If 47.5 euro degree is like 36 japan degree SmileTongue. So ... rubber for balance Big smile. It's wonderful although I prefer 45 degree euro hardness and it's soo a pity that there is not t80 with 45 degree sponge or from other brands .... but with thin top sheet above pips. May be like O7P with 45 degree sponge hardness CryBig smileLOL uou. Good luck friends.
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Hi friends, bought o7pro 2.0mm and compare with tenergy 80. o7pro isn't like t80. o7pro 
pips structure is like donic z2, andro v47 and and play like them. Wink good luck
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