Andro Rasanter R37

Andro Rasanter R37 Rubber
Approx. $ 46 USD
Price $

User Ratings (40)

Speed 8.7
Spin 9.2
Control 9.5
Tackiness 1.8   
Slightly tacky
Weight 3.0   
Sponge Hardness 1.1   
Gears 6.9   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 5.8   
Medium high
Consistency 9.4
Durability 7.8   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 9.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor Yes
Anti No
There are 9 users using the Andro Rasanter R37.

Reviews (19)

jackson11  on 1/31/2018

Most Controlled Rubber. Love the dwell time and spin it gives.
BMX2  on 11/20/2017

Amazing control,net play is amazing.Spin is also amazing,not the spiniest.....not like Baracuda...but good enough.This speed+spin allows me to I can have great blade speed,hit with power and still loop the ball down.I think for me the best thing about this rubber is the amazing CONTROL.Not very sensitive to incoming spin.I am using it on a fast blade-Yinhe T11+
dbeff  on 9/18/2017

This is my first review so forgive me if I'm saying something wrong. I'm using this rubber for a few weeks in FH and BH. I can feel a perfect control of the boll in all aspects. Better with quite fast blades as compensation of a lack of speed. The combination of this rubber in a fast blade (really fast as Butterfly Garaydia ZLC/T5000 or Stiga 290/ 245) is awesome, perfect control with a quite good speed. The spin is also good because of the dwell time due the soft sponge.
Linnea98  3 months ago

Did not like this so much. It is VERY soft, and the ball goes easy in to the wood when striking hard, lso not so much spin as the others when sidepin or or topspin, and especially powerloops. Sure it is good for ypung player that strts to be good, and have passed the first rubbers...But good control!
illumind  on 8/17/2019

Slightly faster than Rakza 7 Soft, with a slightly softer sponge. Plays better (more ping) than R7S due to it's thicker sponge IMO. Obviously it's very soft, so don't buy expecting 'medium' soft. Speed is a bit slower than XIOM Vega Europe, and with higher throw angle than the XVE. The topsheet itself feels harder (or maybe just wider pip structure) than say XVE, and is very high quality, which makes for a fairly durable rubber, not factoring in the softer sponge underneath. However, I've decided i don't like harder (or wider pip) feeling topsheets. If high control and/or technique tweaking is something you desire, it's quite nice, providing you don't mind the topsheet. Also great for developing touch/feeling on serves, over the table play and open-ups. But remember it's soft, and it will bottom out if you're hitting the ball with any force on either wing. When moving further from the table, it does begin to suffer from being too soft and a harder sponge would be helpful to avoid bottoming out.

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