Andro Rasant Beat

Andro Rasant Beat Rubber
Approx. $ 56 USD
Price $

User Ratings (20)

Speed 8.9
Spin 9.4
Control 9.4
Tackiness 1.7   
Slightly tacky
Weight 3.1   
Average
Sponge Hardness 1.8   
Medium soft
Gears 8.9   
Many gears
Throw Angle 4.4   
Medium
Consistency 9.7
Durability 8.6   
Lasts a long time!
Overall 9.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 3 users using the Andro Rasant Beat.

Reviews (9)

igszoctan  on 6/7/2015

From retailer's website: SPEED:105 SPIN:115 CONTROL:94 HARDNESS:37.5 From Andro website: Huge sound, big fun! The Beat Box among all soft rubbers! High potential for monsterspins! Impressive failure tolerance! More balls reach their destination! The ultra soft sponge leads to a longer ball contact time, in which the topsheet grips the ball to balance slight imprecisions. The new pimple system which is designed to fit to the sponge’s characteristics optimizes the playing feel and makes it easier to tap the rubber’s full potential! My review: It is glued on the BH side of my Stiga Allrond Wood NCT. I must confess it has proved to be a wise decision. Well, it has the greatest control I have ever experienced. Unbelievable. To be continued... Update 1: Incredible control. I am fond of it. It makes me topspin anything. It is quite similar to Blufire JP3 which is also a premium rubber but RB is a bit softer and slower. Great spin. Perfect rubber for your BH unless you need off+++ speed though on a speedy blade it may have it all. Anyway I returned to my standard Stiga Allroud Wood WRB which is a spin-machine and NCT is a bit stiff for me. Update 2: After two-month practise. It is a bit louder than other rubbers but nothing special sound can be heard. Am I deaf? I must underline that it can be true for my blade, Stiga Allround Wood WRB and Appelgren Allplay. Sound produced may also depend on the blade, I guess. To tell you the truth, I was expecting deafening rhythms but in vain. Anyway, it is a great BH rubber.
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jsespinozas  on 10/27/2017

very light, low launch angle, the best rubber in the block, very direct, medium speed, enough control, high spin, easy topspin, recommended only for bh, nice sound, you can drive and open on the table, excellent product
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phatmike  on 11/6/2016

Let me preface this review by saying I'm an newer player of the sport. I've been involved at my local club for a few months. I switched to an Andro CS7 Tour Off with beat on the FH and Grip on my BH from a Dawei wave stone with cool omega v. I switched because I could not control the ball with the former set up. With my current all Andro set up, I've learned better mechanics and feel, and can honestly say it's boosted my confidence on the court. I think table tennis daily said it best that this is for intermediate players looking to improve their game, not advanced players that want something super aggressive
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DannyDawkins  7 months ago

Have the 1.7 Thickness on my Xiom Vega Euro Blade. Great Combo. The fast Blade completes the great Spin and Control of the rubber. Next time I would put 2.0 on it. The noise is defently typically Ando!! A shrill clacking! Opponents are immedatly feared if they hear it ;) I use for backhand for the nice ball placement and spin. To me the biggest + is: Blocking. The ball comes out of the rubber so fast and so well placed that even offensive players can turn into defensive machines. Great product!
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BMX2  on 4/4/2017

Good rubber,awesome control.Spin and speed are good too.Sounds awesome when I hit hard.But main feature is control with this level of speed +spin
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