Andro Rasanter R50

$49.95 $35.95
Item# RAR50
Brand: Andro
Rubber Type: Smooth
Speed: 97
Spin: 96
Control: 67
Hardness: Hard

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Andro Rasanter R50: Your profile is spin driven. You will take the lead with spin at maximum speed.

As a high to pro level player you have what it takes to master the power of this top level 50 hardness sponge boosting your topspin play.

Your full throttle short strokes will activate unseen spin performance at maximum speed. Set a new benchmark with the R50 and be feared. Be honest to yourself and read above text about skills needed again.

Original price in 2023.
Good overall

I enjoyed playing with this rubber, but personally I prefer the Stiga Mantra H, which is lighter and feels a bit crisper, but still has great spin and consistency. However, top international player Simon Gauzy uses this rubber (the R50), so I'm sure there are also many people who will prefer the R50 over Mantra. They do feel quite different to me (even on same blade), even though the Paddle Palace speed / spin / control ratings for those two rubbers are identical. It's hard to describe, but I think they seem to respond differently at different ball speeds and racket angles. Anyway, it's a good rubber and worth trying.

R50 review

This rubber spins well but I was disappointed with it. This rubber does not dry well when you clean it because twice already my rubber developed bubbles from not drying. It's also brand new and I have never experienced that with my years of playing table tennis with many different rubbers. I won't ever buy it again because it's definitely not worth the price. Please buy the Bluefire M1 Turbo instead.


Good Control and spins

I am penhold player and use it on BH with Fan Bo - Seven wood blade. My FH is H3 hardness 41. This rubber is very good control, fast block excellent direct the ball to where I wanna hit. My BH loop and short flicks are improved more accuracy. Corner to corner loop and block are much easy with RASANTER R50. It takes time to get used to hard rubber. You need few months to get hands on it, keeping practicing. After two months, your loops are faster and more spiny with this rubber. I think that R47 is much easy to play at first time. Just try both, stay the one good for your BH.... HOUSTON, TX