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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.
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Reviews of Andro Rasanter R47 (55)
9.5/10 for OFF style. FH: Donic Bluefire M1, 2.2mm, 50g (0.246g/cm^2), 47.5 degrees (ESN), 37.5 degrees (Shore A). BH: Andro Rasanter R47, 2.3mm, 51g (0.249g/cm^2), 47 degrees (ESN), 37 degrees (Shore A). Blade: TSP Balsa 8.5, 80g, 157mm x 150mm x 10.5mm (Width x Height x Thickness). Plies: 5 (3 Wood + 2 Composite): Ayous - GlassFibre - Balsa - GlassFibre - Ayous.
I used this rubber in a 2 mm thick forehand. I would like to compare it with Tibhar aurus prime. The sponge of rasanter is slightly softer than the aurus prime. the ball enters the sponge slightly. A little easier to play with rasanter. In terms of spin, the two rubbers are similar. but coping with the plastic ball is easier with the aurus prime. Because Aurus is more powerful. It is also more stable and easy with smash throw aurus. difficult to decide between two rubbers
Fore me one of the best universal rubbers . Not for beginner's, only players with well fitting stroke and position game can use whole potential and control it. Rubber is more forgiving than my other favourits (Fastarc G-1 and Aurus Prime). Is working well on any blade and I can use it on both sides. I mostly prefer on BH. Will use it next season round on TSP Balsa 6.5.
I think this rubber is just for rotations. The Powerful of 47 is not very good, when we go very strong in the ball, she goes down into the rubber. The feeling to the touch is 42. The throw angle is medium, not "medium high", we must (still) to rup the ball in the topspin. So, this rubber is definitely different to the T05, playing flat is hard with R47.
Nice rubber. Most people see this rubber as the best one out of all the rasanter R/V. I'm a penholder and used this on my backhand. very good control, above decent speed (some say like tenergy but i think tenergy is a bit faster with less control), little too soft for my taste (not super soft i just like harder rubbers). backhand flicks are nice and have power and spin. But I find the r50 version better for my taste a little harder feel, and i can get really explosive backhands.
I've had this rubber for 3 months now Fast Rubber. Good for chopping, blocking and counter attacking. Using an ALC carbon blade, I have problem looping underspin in this rubber and when it goes in, it doesnt have a lot of spin which i struggle because im a heavy looper. Spin drive is a beauty in this rubber. Sometime its hard to control. Overall Great rubber. wont recommend if you like using soft rubbers (37*) I tried my teammates 37 and what a difference. You can feel the ball in R37 and know upon contact if the ball is going in or not. R47 does not have that feeling.
This is my first rubber as a beginner. I played with this rubber for over a year. It was ok at the beginning but as I progress I find this rubber to be inadequate or maybe it just got worn out. The flick doesn't have enough grip and power.
It took some time to adapt from R37 to R47 but if you know how to use it it's a monster. Good in touch play and fast play close to the table and mid distance. Smashes are very easy to do.
not sure if i got the original product. The top sheet of the rubber lost grip within 3 weeks of playing. I was playing about 12 hours a week!
Ratings for 2.3mm. Easier to play with than R50. On par with tenergy, but much cheaper.
The rubber is fast and can be hard to handle. The only reason I gave it a 4.5 is bc it doesn’t generate a great deal of spin on the serve. Other than that the rubber is wonderful. Fast, it will spin like crazy if you have your technique down. I’m coming from Rising Dragon and this rubber is taking me a min to adjust to. But once you dial it the fun begins..
Been using on my FH, max thickness, for a couple of weeks. First impressions are that this rubber is incredible. going from a warn out Evolution EL-S to a brand new R47, I was amazed at how much spin could be generated with a rubber like this one. Speed is fast, it is sensitive to incoming spin and has a medium-hard feel. For me, this rubber weighed 47g cut. In conclusion, this rubber is an excellent choice. UPDATE: after 7 months this rubber is still very good. After the rubber was broken in, readjusting to the softer feel is necessary and once you get used to the new feel, this rubber is top quality.
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.
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