Andro Rasanter R37
Our notes: Around 63g uncut; The slowest and the softest Rasanter version among the 6 Rasanter rubbers. High level of control with fair amount of spin. It is not so spinny and very easy to control. If you smash with it, ball has good placement control but not too fast. Ideal as a backhand rubber because the R37 blocks really good and is not spin sensitive. Also good for beginners at thinner sponge versions for control and stroke development.
• Your profile is spin driven. Variable all distance play is your formula for success.
• As a mid to advanced level player you prefer the soft 37° sponge for allowing precise active topspin play and control.
• Spin is key – and you will be inspired by the extremely curved trajectory your topspin will describe even at moderate stroke speed.
Hardness: 37 degrees (Soft)
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Reviews of Andro Rasanter R37 (25)
I can do whatever I want.
A lot of control and enough speed.
So, in a review there are my feelings of comparison between the two. Mostly I am disappointed. The R37 is overall a decent rubber. But it lacks several key features which I had loved Powersponge for:
Most of the negative feelings result from the simple fact that R37 feels significantly harder, meaning:
- it requires better footwork to make good topspin (in other words, it is less "error-tolerant")
- it is worse in short game: I felt the same when used to switch from Evolution FX-P to EL-P
Additionally, blocking "style" is different, and to my opinion, R37 is worse in this component too.
As a kind of subtle compensation, the serve appear spinnier with R37, but is is clearly not enough.
Overall, the rubber lacks the "uniqueness" of Powersponge and behaves more like a softened Stiga Mantra S or slightly softened Evolution EL-P.
Good rubber, but Powersponge was simply much better for me.
"My setup is:
FH: R42 max (2.3mm)
BH: R37 max (2.3mm)
Blade: Yasaka Sweeden Extra (5 ply All+)
Control: R37 is more controllable than R42, but both have superb control
Spin: R37 = R42 on spin, not much a difference here.
Speed: R37 isn't the fastest rubber but it has an ok speed, but it's awesome to improve your techniques. I love this rubber. R42 is a bit faster but isn't so fast too.
Both have a greet dwell time, so It's enjoyable to play with. The throw angle of the R42 is higher than the R37, so the ball tends to get over the table more on R42, but hey, as I said, they are both super controllable.
A friend of mine when played with my R37 he got in love and bought one for him. He likes it a lot.
I have no experience on the rubber you said. I had a tenergy 05 before. It's a beast! You can do wonders with it, but its hard to tame. T05 is for advanced players. A lot of spin, really fast, not controllable.
I went from a fast setup in the past for a all+ setup. Why? To get more and more consistent in my game and to get better on my techiniques. It was a wise decision. I don't regret it."
It feel harder than the 37, and little faster than Rasant Grip. Spin really good( apparentely like the whole Rasanter serie)
And the control is really great! Perfect block and underspin. You've got to get use to it for flicking, but i think it's not it's main strength.
Defending with this one is quite correct for an attacking rubber, but far from the table, it's difficult to come back with an aggressive counter.
This is the best BH rubber for me. Spin and speed is crazy + very good control and feeling.
A bit spinner and faster than my Razkas, a bit less than Battle II but I love Andro more because of natural rubber scent.
My style: RPH Looping/Attacking Player. Focus on spin and placement.
Updated Review: it lasts very long (6 months already) and still performs well =))))
Spin: average (9.2).
Control: average (9.1).
Tackiness: slightly tacky (2).
Weight: average (44g, 0.217g/cm^2).
Sponge hardness: soft (37/26).
Top sheet hardness: hard (59/48).
Gears: average (3).
Throw: high (7.8).
Consistency: always identical (9).
Durability: average durability (4).
Top sheet thickness: average (1.6mm).
Surface thickness: average (0.7mm).
Pip length: medium (0.9mm).
Pip width: wide (1.8mm).
Pip spacing: dense (0.6mm).
Overall: average (9.2).
Value: average (5).
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