OMEGA V TOUR DF
[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Spin and Speed to have excellent
Averages reviews points
Reviews of OMEGA V TOUR DF. Players who use Rubber evaluate various points such as hardness of the sponge, speed, control, spin, and feel at impact thoroughly.
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- 6,000 Yen（Include tax 6,600 Yen）
- Product code
- 47 - 5
Reviews by user
katsuo000_2 （Experience：More than ２０ years） Super cospa good rubber that does not slip and has strong manual performance!
51g at max.
1. Strong grip and high rotation performance! 2. It is easy to meet while producing a strong amount of rotation! 3. No slippery than Vega X!
As expected, the OMEGA 5 Series is a series that features arch lines and grip, and the strong grip and the amount of rotation made a good impression. However, since it is a little old, even though it has DF, I think that the strength of rotation is a little weak compared to recent high-end rubber and new XIOM rubber. I felt that the Vega X had higher rotation performance, including the ease of rotation. However, since Vega X has a soft sponge and is slippery, it was a reliable rubber although it was a manual overall. Also, although it takes rotation, it is easy to meet, and it does not have such a mad feel, so I think that it fits the back side more than the Omega 7 series. The seat and sponge are hard, and I think that the fore is sufficient for the performance that makes it easy to overwrite with a drive without having to rotate with a counter drive or inquiries.
Compared to Digg 05, the arch line is low, the sinking of the ball is weak, and the power of the ball seems to be a little weak, but I feel that it is expensive when I think that it can be purchased at the 3000 yen level.
We also review it on our blog, so please refer to it.
All9/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control8 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use Zhang Jike ALC
gorilla （Experience：４〜５ years） High grip is attractive
It's easy to hit the bottom rotation.
Even if you hit it from a fairly low place, it will lift up firmly. The amount of rotation is not as good as dignics or adhesive, but it does take a lot of time.
Chiquita and tabletop BD are also easy to do. If you hit it thickly, you will get a pretty good hit.
Tsuttsuki and Stop didn't really float.
The counter also has a strong seat, so I think it's easy to do.
It ’s just a rubber that has an arc, good or bad.
Rally more than the type of person who pulls out with one shot
All10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use Maze Performance
Table tennis man （Experience：２〜３ years） This is really good
Grip power is Bakemon! It doesn't fall at all. This gives you great confidence when attacking.
Serve cuts well because the high grip is alive. You should definitely try it!
All10/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Nanashi （Experience：４〜５ years） Higher rally performance!
I've used the Fastark series and v15 series so far, but it was the easiest to rally. It is a perfect performance for drive inquiries and blocks. It's more powerful than the Fastark c1 and easier to rally than the v15 extra. If you get lost, it's a rubber that feels like this. Please use it!
All9/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control8 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use QUARTET LFC
HIAMA （Experience：４〜５ years） For intermediate users.
It says "hard rubber" and "for top-level players", and I bought it at the recommendation of a salesperson, but that was not the case.
I bought 2.0 because of the promotion, but it was softer than I expected. It was good to use MAX normally. I use it in the foreground, but first of all, it is difficult for the drive to go deep into the court. And the speed is not so high. It was difficult to decide in the foreground. There was a rotation amount of the loop drive, but it floats a little. Speed drive has become a fairly straight trajectory. It became a trajectory that seems to be difficult to cut.
In conclusion, there is something like a so-called "thumbnail scam". Not for top-level players, but for intermediate players. If you look at it that way, it's good for intermediate players, but it's not for top-level players. Is it for stepping up from here to Omega 7?
All7/10 Speed6 Spin9 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use ICE CREAM AZX I
False teeth （Experience：６〜１０ years） Overall very easy to use
When I first came out, I used the Omega 5 Asia, but it was a shot I liked very much when I was hit by a friend. After switching from stickiness, I used to use Asian hard rubber, but I felt that something was different.
The ease of control on the table, the grip that can withstand rotation, and the ease of hitting when making it bite make it very fun to hit.
I also tried the Omega VII series, but it felt a little soft and I liked this one.
I felt that the front team could go down and the inquiries would be enough.
All9/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Hadraw VR CS
Pond （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Softer than expected
Used for the back side
The catch on the glossy sheet is just one word.
It's softer than I expected. The seat is easier to bite than before the DF...?
It may be heavy for its softness.
Well, I can say about Carbo Sponge in general.
The softness of the experience is the same as that of the Omega V Pro, or maybe more.
When attacking from yourself, a ball with a strong arc runs, but if you turn to the receiving, the influence of rotation will be affected as it is.
It's difficult to do because the playing technique flies quite well.
I think Asian DF is recommended for those people because I think that a little harder is more stable.
There are no slips or chips because the seat is strong, but when used in the foreground, the feeling of hitting is delicate.
Excellent as a back rubber.
The Chiquita below was especially good.
I usually use a hardness of about 47.5
Anyway, I recommend it to those who are looking for a "back" side with a non-slip rubber.
All10/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use CARBONADO 290
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