Andro Rasanter R48
Your game is loaded with spin and speed. You force the point by your powerful, persistent topspin game. Break with conventions, use the strengths of the ENERGY CELL technology: more power and quality in your strokes, high dynamics and longer ball contact feel. The ENERGY CELL sponge with its highly elastic cell structure ensures an extremely dynamic energy transfer for all topspin variations. Team up with the 48 ° sponge and its above-average optimal sweet spot. Speed: 97
Hardness: 48 degrees (Medium-Hard)
Your game is loaded with spin and speed. You force the point by your powerful, persistent topspin game. Break with conventions, use the strengths of the ENERGY CELL technology: more power and quality in your strokes, high dynamics and longer ball contact feel. The ENERGY CELL sponge with its highly elastic cell structure ensures an extremely dynamic energy transfer for all topspin variations. Team up with the 48 ° sponge and its above-average optimal sweet spot.
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Reviews of Andro Rasanter R48 (19)
This rubber is a counter attack monster. The speed is far faster than MX-S, no where near the 8.9 rating on this site. At first, I was a little disappointed, I wanted more spin and got way more power instead.
Once I got used to it, it has many gears, touching short is a breeze but when you counter attack, the ball absolutely flies!
When playing off the table, the ball can fall short if I do not properly engage the rubber so good technique is recommended.
Looking forward to playing with it in the coming season.
Blade: Tibhar Szocs Signature1
Forehand: Andro R48 at 2mm
Backhand: Donic Acuda Blue P2
interestingly, I found that the R48 Ultra Max performed even better on Yasaka blade, providing great feeling and control. However, the sponge on this rubber is quite thick at 2.3mm, so it's important to hit through the ball and let it sink fully into the rubber to avoid slow spinny shots that hit the net . This rubber may not be recommended for beginners or low-intermediate players, as it requires a strong hit with good tachnque to use properly.
Saludos desde Chile!!!
I put the Ultramax version of this rubber on a Donic Epox Power Allround balde. I also bought a sheet of the Andro Rasanter R45 Energy Cell Ultramax and put it on the backhand side so I could compare the two rubbers on the same blade.
Results: Well...I was quite surprised. The spin is absolutely fantastic! Control is ideal so pushes, open ups and serves are handled easily. Lots of punch to the rubber as well making smashes and drives a breeze. Looping is awesome putting many of my shots completely out of reach or going under someone's racket from the spin. I also found the high throw angle to suddenly bring the ball down onto the table when I thought it was going to be long even further surprising my opponent.
Final thoughts: With the Donic blade I could have easily used the R48 on both sides. Yes the R45 gives a little more control on the backhand side but the difference between these two rubbers just isn't that much. Both spin great! Also, the 48 degrees plays more like a medium to medium hard sponge hardness and not at all like the hard sponged Chinese rubbers that I've used in the recent past. I think once you get above 48 degrees you best have some really good stroke technique particularly if you plan to put the rubber on a blade with some kind of composite composition.
Give this rubber a try. Use Ultramax sponge without any fears. You'll be quite surprised!
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