Good for bachand, speed is excellent, very controllable and has good feel.
12 Reviews for Andro Rasanter V47
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Been using the rubber on my Butterfly Diode V blade despite the V for speed it still is able to loop well. The serves are not as spinny as I would like but, they do get the job done. Smashes are great, anything popped up just a little high is killed easily. I can't really chop well with this rubber but it may just be my technique. Pushes are also very low and spinny, gotta be careful though sometimes they can net if you're not careful.
Switched from Hammond pro B which is a control machine but lacks a little in speed and spin after about 20 hours of use when not boosted. I use this on my BH and I was mostly looking for something faster that I could powerloop off the table with and still have a strong presence close to the net/table. This is for sure a good choice (I have the 2.3 max) if you do flicks, counterhits, and smashes close to the table and loop mid to far from the table. The speed is ridiculous and you can still get good amounts of spin when the technique is right. Would not recommend if you just like to loop and focus on spinny serves, for that I suggest the R47 which is what I have on my forehand in 2.3 max. The V47 serves are okay but I have had trouble keeping them short might be since I prefer FH serves and practice more with the R47. Great rubber if you want straight, flat and incredibly fast shots. I use it on the andro ligna off blade.
Faster than the MXP. becareful control might need high skill. but Overall Best for SMashes.
Less spin than bluefire M2,but more speed and control.Overall a good rubber.
The Fastest of the Fastest. Its specs are true to its function. It will take a bit of time to get used to it. But you will fall for this Rubber truly. A bit less spin than the R47. But amazing for SMASHES.
The V47 and the R47 a distinction or 2 from each other which is speed and spin. The V47 being the faster one and it is very bouncy. I can compare the speed at the level of a TIbhar MX-P but the V47 feels like a much more firm than Aurus. The V47 is purely more on hitting, smashing, counter driving. I would choose Counter driving as its best asset and this is medium to far distance from the table. It is easier to counter with this version than the R47 because it has lesser spin sensitivity and very fast speed. I could put it in par with MX-P or Joola Rhyzm 48 in terms of speed with spin slightly lower. The R47 however has it all – spin, speed, control. I think even without the V47, the R47 will still be preferred by more players since it has more spin and it can almost do everything the V47 can do. The R47 is good both inside and far from the table. You can flick well with it and do drop shots while maintaining control. V47 = 68grams ; R47 = 69grams
Got this rubber when it first roll out in Japan few months ago replacing my Xiom Omega Euro IV, can instantly feel a lot more control, bit more speed but not drastically heavier. Very fast rubber with great control. one is on my Butterfly Mizutani Jun blade, which plays like a dream in control. My other one is on my JOOLA Bomb Extrem, its REALLY fast .... find it hard to do short chops, not sure if its the blade or the rubber causing this. I have swapped it on to my Nittaku Kasumi Basic blade, it plays like a control dream along with great speed! amazing rubber overall, I hope they will never discontinue this.
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