Andro Rasant Grip

Andro Rasant Grip Rubber
Approx. $ 53 USD
Price $

User Ratings (120)

Speed 9.1
Spin 9.5
Control 9.2
Tackiness 2.3   
Slightly tacky
Weight 5.6   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 5.5   
Gears 8.8   
Many gears
Throw Angle 4.8   
Consistency 9.4
Durability 8.4   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 9.5 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 113
Spin 116
Control 82
Tensor Yes
Anti No
There are 37 users using the Andro Rasant Grip.
Play constant and pinpoint strokes even out of inconvenient positions!
RASANT GRIP's micro-fine surface structure and its high grip level reveal best spin potential.
Optimized surface design for consistently stable and immediate interlinking of ball and rubber.
Optimize and define the ball-curve by yourself! Explore the limits of physics!
Exhaust the coarse-pored medium sponge and its catapult-effect!

Reviews (48)

patrickhrdlicka  on 12/11/2015

For my style of game (All/OFF; USATT ~2000) this is the best FH rubber so far (tried 80, 05FX, Calibra LT). Medium throw. Excellent crisp feel both in topspins as well as short game. Decent smashes (medium hard sponge). Very spinny (fantastic for serves). Fast (~Tenergy 05FX) but not crazy fast. Very good control. I don't think this is a rubber for the all out attacker (who would find it a little bit to slow, unless it is on a very fast blade). The most negative point: it is heavy (15% heavier than a Stiga Calibra LT; similar or slightly heavier than a Tenergy rubber). In my opinion, this is a significantly spinnier, less expensive and more durable substitute for T80.
alexuganski  on 2/14/2015

Great for forehand or backhand. I play combination bat and flip a lot. Loops and drives from both sides are great spin, great control, and great ball curve.
AbinWDHA  on 1/11/2015

It is in fact very grippy, giving it a lot of spin. It is quite fast. This rubber is mostly suited for close to the table attackers and mostly suited on the forehand depending on play style. It has quite a low throw angle which makes it a bit difficult to get over the net but keeps it low. It has a very high durability, still hasn't worn off a bit even though I play 3 hours a day and been using it on my backhand for more than a month.
spinitgood  on 12/26/2014

I got this rubber on my FH because I wanted something faster than the powersponge version. This was a winning move. It has a ton of control, the same low throw angle that I like and has more muscle than the powersponge. The spin is as everyone else is pointing out: incredible. The short game is very good and opening loops are really easy. And there's plenty of speed to finish the point. I used this rubber in MAX on an OFF- blade. The only thing odd I found is that there comes a point where the rubber is worn out but doesn't look that bad. Overall this is a fantastic rubber for the offensive-minded player who likes his/her occasional drop shot and short serve return.
Smacfest  on 8/27/2014

Awesome for intermediate to advanced players who play a topspin attack game. Best rubber I have ever played with. My absolute favourite. Got it in 1.9mm on my backhand and it's just great. Control breaks the laws of physics, it's almost impossible to miss. The speed is fast, but easy to control due to the medium sponge. Easy enough to finish the point with. I cannot express in words how much spin this rubber has. Flicks, pushes, loops, counters, blocks, drop shots and smashes are all unbelievably easy. Andro have cracked the game with this one. Like it says in their catologue - 'test the laws of physics'. Way better than tenergy as it is more versatile and forgiving than it. Even chopping is great if you catch it right - you can put some amazing backspin on the ball. This rubber deserves to be top of the market. So go ahead, buy it and take your game to the next level.

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