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Andro Rasanter R47
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Our notes: Around 68g uncut; The R47 gives a balance for speed and spin. This is a very fast rubber but also it is very spinny. This has a medium hard sponge at 47 degrees. When looping it has a medium arc. This rubber is for advanced players only as this is very fast and takes a bit of skill to control. This is ideally paired with carbon-arylate blades or just all wood blades to maximize control. This feels like a Joola Rhyzm 48 but a touch softer and spinnier.
• Your profile is spin driven. Offensive topspin play at higher speed is your strategy.
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Reviews of Andro Rasanter R47 (38)
Sin duda alguna la mejor goma que he tenido.
Gomas probadas: Andro Good, Nittaku Amin, Nittaku Factive, Yasaka Rakza 7, DHS Hurricane 3, Xiom Omega VII Euro... Esta goma no parece de dureza 47... es como la Rasanter R42 pero con mucha ms velocidad y giro. No hay problema en controlarla. Un amigo la tiene en una madera Stiga Rosewood muy dura, debido a su altsima velocidad es mucho ms complicado su control.
La recomiendo en una madera de dureza media. Te encantar!
I used the Rasanter R47 for close to a month now and this is such a high quality rubber. It is a heavy and fast rubber with great control and good enough spin on top spin shots. I am an aggressive player who normally looks to loop the first ball back to the opponent and this rubber generates spin with a lot of speed even on slow controlled loops. Chopping is alright and is responsive whenever i have to play it. What has impressed me the most beyond my shots is the amount of spin i am now able to generate on my serves than before. The rubber shines well in counter top spin situations and i was also surprised at how much control i had on my blocks as well. Overall, a great rubber i can recommend to advanced players who are looking to switch to tensor rubbers anytime soon. Also this rubber is better paired on Allround or Offensive Carbon ply woods. I use this on an Andro Treiber CI Off blade for my Forehand.
I HAVE TRIED MANY RUBBERS, BUT THIS IS MY FAVORITE FOR MY BACKHAND AND I WILL BUY IT AGAIN WITHOUT THINKING.
Grippy rubber from Andro, who seems to do very good rubbers the last 5 yers. Anyway, Fantastic. My current fh-rubber. New technology with thicker sponge and thinner surface. Fast as a horse, and spinny as a hell. Maybe the spinniest rubber i have played with. Like a 10-times speedglued Adidas P7! Buy!
Ideal for forehand and backhand. Good speed and spin. Stands up to vigorous play. Very durable. Recommended for all types of play.
Played since 1983 and tried them all:)
This is a keeper! Play it on a Temper Tech ALL blade and 2.0 thickness.
Very comfortable rubber with all kinds of strokes. Easy and natural to switch from loop to flat hard hit with Good control.
Gives very good spin when serving.
Probably the best i have played. Beats the overpriced Tenergy aswell.
Spin (European Style): 9.5
Weight: 50g in 2.3 (0.244g/cm^2)
Hardness (DHS): 37
Fast Loop: 9.5
Slow Loop: 9.1
Counter Loop: 9.1
Available Sponge Thickness: 1.7/2.0/2.3
Very bad experience. It was very hard and has 2 cracks after just 3 days of play. This is the first time I am using this rubber, and WILL not be playing with it. No idea why this rubber is so popular. It is as if I got a rubber from a VERY old stock, possibly that is why it is on sale and reason for its hardness.
Megaspin edit: The rubber was fresh stock but we understand that the rubber tore too easily on impact with a hard surface. The customer was compensated with store credit.
The best rubber i have played with. I have tried 126 rubbers and 53 blades during 9 years. Took 4-5 times to tame the bastard, but now we are one!
Switched from the Rasant Grip since I needed to replace my old one and they stopped making it. So I went with the R47 based on a few reviews and it was the right choice. This is much spinnier than the grip and the throw angle is a little higher. My powerloops were dropping closer in on the table and some of my usual opponents had a way harder time returning my shots and even commented on the increase in spin. Doing my usual serves I could clearly see results from the increase in spin as well. I dont think the speed on smashes, drives, etc is much better than the grip, probably just about the same. There is less catapult than the grip based on some passive blocks I did to test but still enough to get balls over the net with some pace if you ever needed to. I use the R47 2.3 max on FH on my Andro Ligna Off blade. I use V47 in 2.3 max on BH. But I might switch to R47 on BH as well based on how it handles.
Impresionante la velocidad y giro que tiene esta goma para el juego cerca y a mitad de la mesa, yo la uso con un marco yasaka Extra Offensive y una goma Tibhar
Great rubber but not without faults. I've gone through about 4 sheets now. The speed isn't as fast as expected but pretty good. Spin is also very good. But I think there is a lot of hype over this rubber. Compared to T05 it's pretty close as far as performance goes. However, there are variation in quality. It occasionally creates very low throw angle forcing the ball straight into the net. I've never felt this in other 20+ rubbers I've used including MX-P, EL-P, T05, etc. My former pro coach also mentioned this as well. He felt as if there is some kind of defect to the rubber. He has tried 3 of my sheets and all of them had the same issue. Maybe I got unlucky and got a defective batch but it is what it is. I've used 3 sheets of V47 as well and the issue remains the same.
Speed: high (9.4).
Spin: high (9.6).
Control: average (9).
Tackiness: slightly tacky (2).
Weight: medium heavy (50g, 0.244g/cm^2).
Sponge hardness: medium (47/34).
Top sheet hardness: hard (59/48).
Gears: average (4).
Throw: high (7.1).
Consistency: always identical (10).
Durability: average durability (5).
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: best (9.8).
Value: good (7).
Great rubber. I play this both sides on my off blade. Serves have good spin, topspins are fast with good spin, the curve on the ball off my forehand is very noticeable and in faster shots, I can keep pushes short and decently spinny if I want, or I can push deep. Backhand flicking is not great but it's okay. My main complaint is forehand flicking. Since I upgraded from R42 my flicks never land, the spin always affects it too much. But otherwise a fantastic rubber, definitely recommend to any medium level player who wants to step up their topspin/offensive game or to a high level player looking for a good rubber with control without sacrificing speed or spin.
I'm a modern defender who attacks when possible, so I'm looking for a rubber that is fast and spinny, has a good short game, and pushes and chops well.
This rubber does all of those. I'm used to Ten 64. This is not that different, except feel. Topsheet is hardish and so is sponge.
It has the short game of Hurricane 3. Ball does not pop up, like with other tensors or Tenergy 05.
Pushing and chopping is very linear. No surprising pop ups. Nothing else sticks out about this rubber to me. It just seems to do everything quite well.
Definitely an upgrade of power grip. Rocket fast, quite spinny and lots of control. Best rubber I ever played with.
I am not fanatic of any particular brand. And I try all products I am a Spin Lover. The Rasanter 47 is an exceptional product it has high bounce power and really fast (fAST Enough to enable hard topspin). i play like 3-4 times a week with this rubber and consistency is very good. Overall I will keep using this rubber . thanks
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