Andro Rasanter R50

Andro Rasanter R50 Rubber
Approx. $ 50 USD
Price $

User Ratings (25)

Speed 9.4
Spin 9.4
Control 8.8
Tackiness 1.6   
Slightly tacky
Weight 6.7   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 7.9   
Medium hard
Gears 8.7   
Many gears
Throw Angle 6.4   
Medium high
Consistency 9.1
Durability 8.0   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 9.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 5 users using the Andro Rasanter R50.

Reviews (7)

LoopKing392  on 8/9/2017

This is a very good rubber to use especially on the BH. This rubber is made perfectly for fighting against the plastic ball and it can generate huge amounts of spin and speed while having great control. I wouldn't advise a beginner to buy this rubber it is more suited for people with good technique. This rubber makes BH topspin against backspin very easy. It wouldn't seem as if there was backspin by the amount of spin it can create. So very good rubber but it's for more adavanced players.
Wiktor  on 5/29/2017

Great rubber. Easy to lift heavy backspin, the sound of the sweet spot is great (tong, tong):D. Great sound. Ok The rubber it self is very fast without losing any feeling or control whatsoever, I really recommend this rubber to experienced players who can really enjoy the quality of this the way, this is a tensor rubber and the info should be updated ASAP.After further testing, I have realised that this rubber has one weakness which is serves.
and  1 months ago

Ratings for 2.3mm. I have used Rasanter R50 2.3 on the backhand of Timo Boll ZLF for about 1 year. It plays similarly to Tenergy 05, which I used before. Rasanter offers better value compared to Tenergy. It weighs 51g in 2.3. The edges also don't break as easily as Tenergy so it looks better longer. I recommend this rubber for slower blades since it is quite bouncy like Tenergy. You could also try R47 if you want more dwell time and control, but the pure looping potential of R50 is higher since it's ever so slightly harder. Although this rubber is the hardest in Rasanter line, it is still softer than most DHS Hurricane rubbers, which are very popular. If you always loop strongly and you are good at it then this rubber is fantastic. Chopping or pushing short is fairly difficult with this rubber especially in 2.3 so your game may be slightly one dimensional even if it is very strong. Have fun!
Amilcar  on 3/13/2018

Trying to replace Rasant Powergrip on all my 14 or so paddles will not be easy because Andro is phasing it out slowly.Rasanter 50 is an excellent choice besides being an Andro product is also made by ESN both my favorites.I have R50 glued on an Yin He N-9 not the newer version N-9S.Andro R50 got good power,speed and spin that is what you should expect in an good offensive rubber. And 50 degrees is just perfect for boosting with Tempo Long Term Booster.I hope my review was helpful...
Andrikos96  3 months ago

Great rubber... Been using it on my backhand for 3 months, switched it to my forehand couple weeks ago... Pretty fast, quite a lot of spin and the control is very good for how fast the rubber actually is. What I don't like is the receives: returns are definitely harder than with R47, but other than that it's a great rubber.

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