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Andro Rasant Powergrip
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Reviews of Andro Rasant Powergrip (30)
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Tried it on bh 1.9 off- blade was a very good rubber but probably better in max sponge.
This is a very bouncy, fast rubber. I bought it in red, max thickness. It is very heavy, especially in red. The rubber mass database lists it as one of the top densest rubbers out there. So, if you want light, don't buy this. It is very spinny, and spin is created easily, just like with Tenergy. It is also very fast and bouncy due to it being a tensor. Blocks are great, and flicks and brushes are surprisingly spinny and generally good for a non-tacky rubber. A lot of power can be easily generated with this. I use it on the backhand because I used to have issues with generating power there. If you can already hit hard and just want more spin, this rubber is not the best choice. It is primarily for those who want fast, spinny loops and extra power. It is very good at counterlooping and it sounds terrific, like an old speed-glued rubber. It is for the purely offensive player, but it is still capable of great chops and pushes if the situation requires it.
Have in 1.7 on Applgren Allplay. Feels like butter to use on fh. Best rubber I've used. Really good control. Good for counter spin and topspin smashes. Adds more speed to shots than the average rubber. Get it, you won't regret it. Seems very durable compared to all my chinese rubbers. In the 1.7 it doesn't seem heavy. Also makes the fastest and lowest serves I have ever been able to make, not the spinniest serves though, that goes to the hurricane neos. After a few weeks of play: I would get a thicker sponge. Since the rubber isn't so tacky it relies on the ball digging into it to create spin. If your opponent doesn't put put topspin or power into their low shots(like jab/punch shots) it can be difficult to topspin drive the ball over the net with enough spin to make it drop to the table. Great rubber still though, will rock it til it's dead. Which seems like it could be a while.
Fantastic grip, the best I've ever played with. Thanks to all those that recommended this product.
Outstanding newest generation rubber made by ESN(German).The green sponge color is unusual and eye catching.I would recommend this excellent rubber with no problem at all.With good feel, spin and blocking .Hard to describe how good is that awsome green sponge.Have it glued on my Stiga Clipper and is a great match.
This is an offensive rubber with a lot of spin and speed available.
Powergrip can be used on both wings, but it's a natural FH fit for offensive players looking for a mid/mid-low throw rubber.
It shares the name and maybe the top sheet with Rasant Grip, but they really don't share most playing characteristics. Grip is a bit dead with his soft sponge while Powergrip has a lot of power if you let the sponge work with a powerful stroke, but is also more forgiving than Grip on lazy ones.
Works fine pushing, is great blocking, hitting and smashing, very good looping lifting underspin easily. I found it less sensitive to incoming spin than Grip.
Good spin on serves. It's not too bouncy so it's also easy to keep the ball low.
The sponge is green, toxic green. If you like the color, you will like it.
I'm a backhand dominant player. It's been 8 months I think, that I keep exploring to find the best BH rubber for me that will replace Tenergy 64 for my Viscaria. I've tried Donic acuda series, Stiga Calibra series, Joola Rhyzm and many more. The best one that fits for me was Powergrip because it has INSANE spin without loosing speed and control! I choose powergrip over rhyzm because it last longer than rhyzm and when I got the exact position in the game I can surely kill the shot. It took me just an hour to adapt to this rubber. Backhand flick requires proper timing and technique but when you get used to it you can do flicking confidently. This is for keep.
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