RASANTER V47

Everyone's rating [Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Speed and Control to have excellent
RASANTER V47

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Averages reviews points

  • Rating: 9.05 / 10
  • 37 reviews
    • Speed:9.16
    • Spin:8.16
    • Control:8.27

    Your profile is speed driven. You go for flat and direct ballistics.

    As a high to pro level player you will take control of this hard 47° sponge for unlimited power and energy.

    Your configuration will be the ultimate speed weapon, performing short and fast top spins – offensive with no compromise – and no excuses. Don’t tell us have not been warned.

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    Specifications

    Price
    6,900 Yen(Include tax 7,590 Yen)
    Producer
    Andro
    Product code
    112291

    Reviews by user

    • katsuo000

      katsuo000 (Experience:More than 20 years) I want to save V47!

      Reviews by user

      Used in both UM 48g and foreback.
      It is usually a double-sided dig 05.
      1. High grip performance and rotation performance despite being touted as a rubber with high speed performance in the RAZANTER series
      2. It's easy to bite, so it's easy to connect half volleys of blocks and stupid things!
      3. High speed performance comparable to that of Dig 05! It's linear, so it's probably faster than the R53!
      3 points were good.
      Especially, the grip and rotation performance of 1 are high, and I like the fact that the ball can be stabilized by rotation.
      When used in the back, it was easier to spin and stabilize, rather than punching it, because it added speed to the stability, making it easier to make chances and it was a very nice touch.
      As a point to be aware of, compared to Tena 05 and Dig 05, it is easier to jump, so stops and Tsutsuki are easier to float, and I felt that counter meat is more stable than counter drive.
      I felt that it was better to use this rubber because I thought that it was a spin type tension rather than a speed type rubber and I used the performance better.
      I would like to recommend it to those who are using Tena 05 and are looking for a rubber that has good cospa and wants speed without slowing down the rotation amount so much.

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      2020/06/16
      All
      9/10
      Speed
      9
      Spin
      9
      Control
      8
      Hardness Little hard

      Racket recommended use Zhang Jike ZLC

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    • visitor

      Nightlife (Experience:2〜3 years)

      Reviews by user

      You can get speed, but it's hard to spin. It can be used in the front, but it goes overboard.

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      2024/04/23
      All
      10/10
      Speed
      10
      Spin
      10
      Control
      10
      Hardness Soft
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    • Chinese

      Chinese (Experience:11〜20 years) A mysterious rubber that is fast, bouncy, and spins well.

      Reviews by user

      This rubber has a good balance of moderate hardness and elasticity.
      I replaced it with Tena 64, but I couldn't get used to the softness of Tena, so this hardness (semi-hard) feels good.
      The bounce is definitely stronger than Tena 64 and the ball leaves the court faster, but it's a strange rubber that is easy to spin.
      The trajectory is straight. However, depending on how you hit it, you can also draw an arc. (I guess it depends on your skill.)
      The stability of the back surface is particularly noteworthy.
      I'm using it in combination with pen grain and grain height, and I can hit the drive that my opponent connects with a back push. That's how quickly I can hit a tough course. (It's the highest rating of the inverted rubber I've ever used.)
      The forehand is stable, but the counter tends to be over because of the bounce. However, it's a level that can be covered with practice, so there's no need to worry.
      The amount of spin on the serve is comparable to Tena 64. The control is also good.
      At first, it was difficult to make short serves and pushes to the edge of the net, but once I got used to the bounce, it was fine.
      The only drawback is that it is heavy.
      Overall, it is a good alternative to Tena or Dig, or even better than them.
      Highly recommended for those who want to save a little more on the purchase price.

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      2024/04/13
      All
      10/10
      Speed
      10
      Spin
      9
      Control
      9
      Hardness Little hard

      Racket recommended use Spin ace carbon

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    • visitor

      leap forward (Experience:4〜5 years) Harsh

      Reviews by user

      Compared to the Lazanter R47, it feels like the speed has been increased while keeping the spin the same.

      Advantages
      It has amazing speed
      You can score with one hit
      You don't need to get used to it that much

      Disadvantages
      After all, the fastest is Tenergy 64 and Dig 64
      It's difficult to handle at 2.3
      Tenergy and Dig are more high performance

      Otherwise, you can easily get the maximum speed of Rosena with a force of about 4 to 5, and the speed of Tenergy FX with a force of 7.8.

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      2024/03/28
      All
      10/10
      Speed
      10
      Spin
      10
      Control
      10
      Hardness Little hard
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    • Kirby of the table tennis club

      Kirby of the table tennis club (Experience:6〜10 years) punch with speed

      Reviews by user

      The speed performance in offensive plays such as drives, smashes, pushes, and flicks is outstanding, and you can usually pass without touching.
      The maximum rotation value is moderate, but it bites well and is easy to rotate, so you can keep it in the court relatively stably.
      For counters, I think it's better to hit the ball as hard as you can with a high hit point than to spin back, and you can put pressure on your opponent.
      Unlike recent rubbers, this is not a rubber that automatically creates a high arc, so it is a manual rubber for people who can make their own arc.
      Recommended for those who want to hit a deadly ball that goes through the internet at super speed.

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      2024/02/25
      All
      9/10
      Speed
      10
      Spin
      8
      Control
      7
      Hardness Little soft

      Racket recommended use SPECIAL DYNAM 10.5 SQUARE TYPE

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    • Table tennis-GT39

      Table tennis-GT39 (Experience:2〜3 years) Outstanding speed performance!

      Reviews by user

      It feels like I dropped the control of the Fastark S-1 and increased the spin and speed.
      Not only smash, but also a long serve speed ball will come out.
      In addition, the drive draws a straight arc and becomes a tremendous speed ball that pierces the opponent's court.
      Nevertheless, if you hook it thinly, it will spin as much as the R series.
      Like other Lazanta, it has a strong peculiarity and is difficult to control, but it is a very good rubber like R48, so it is recommended for intermediate and higher players!

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      2022/09/12
      All
      10/10
      Speed
      9
      Spin
      8
      Control
      7
      Hardness Little hard

      Racket recommended use VISCARIA

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    • Indonesian

      Indonesian (Experience:4〜5 years)

      Reviews by user

      Currently used on the back side.
      The ball is fast overall and can clog your opponent. Since the sheet is soft, it is easy to hit it, but if you rub it it will take a lot of rotation.
      Recommended for those who can swing the back to some extent

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      2020/03/31
      All
      10/10
      Speed
      10
      Spin
      8
      Control
      9
      Hardness Little hard
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