RASANTER R42

Everyone's rating [Hardness] Little soft
[Performance] Control and Spin to have excellent
RASANTER R42

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Averages reviews points

  • Rating: 8.8 / 10
  • 35 reviews
    • Speed:7.94
    • Spin:8.49
    • Control:8.57

    Your profile is spin driven. You are looking for maximum grip.

    As an advanced to high level player you will benefit from medium 42° sponge hardness taking full control on your spins.

    Your style is versatile and you are smart enough to combine top spin potential with a medium soft sponge to guarantee superior feedback and control.

    Add some extra speed in your stroke and the R42 will provide the dynamic performance you are looking for.

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    Specifications

    Producer
    Andro
    Product code
    112287

    Reviews by user

    • visitor

      (Experience:6〜10 years)

      Reviews by user

      It was attached to the back. Try beating. I'm also good rotation and speed, but it is above all the counter is easy. I think the influence of rotation also he who does not receive too much even in the back soft.

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      2017/02/18
      All
      10/10
      Speed
      8
      Spin
      9
      Control
      9
      Hardness Little hard

      Racket recommended use Timo Boll ALC

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    • Every chan

      (Experience:4〜5 years) Fly!

      Reviews by user

      Because it is a soft rubber, used on the back side.
      It bounces unexpectedly.
      As it is easy to put on rotation, I think a hard racket fits.
      Because V42 is low in ballistics, both are recommended for the back side, but if it goes from stability, R42 may be better ...

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      2019/05/08
      All
      7/10
      Speed
      8
      Spin
      6
      Control
      7
      Hardness Little soft

      Racket recommended use CARBONADO 145

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    • Goddess

      (Experience:4〜5 years) The sense of stability is wonderful

      Reviews by user

      Used on the fore side (2.0 mm)
      There is no dissatisfaction with rotating technology.
      The base stands as smoothly as it can.
      Softer blocks stabilize.
      Speed is usually fast, but it is not so fast.
      I feel 2.0 is easier to handle than ULTRAMAX.

      If you start using Lazzar it is recommended to start using R47 or R42 2.0.

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      2019/03/04
      All
      9/10
      Speed
      7
      Spin
      8
      Control
      9
      Hardness Little soft

      Racket recommended use Swat

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    • hi-lite

      (Experience:11〜20 years) not bad

      Reviews by user

      Use on the B side.
      Blocks are quite easy to do.
      It is also easy to receive.
      However, it is so soft that you can not deny the sense of loss when you make a strong impact.
      I think that it is somewhat unsatisfactory to miss the B drive of the 3rd ball, to go down a little and shoot it out.
      In addition, it also has a short life span.
      Is it due to the thin top sheet?
      I think that there is no choice to suppress rubbers such as rosena and stiff.

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      2019/01/26
      All
      6/10
      Speed
      7
      Spin
      7
      Control
      8
      Hardness Soft
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    • visitor

      (Experience:Less than a year) Stable control

      Reviews by user

      I use it on the back side.
      It is very easy to backdrive and meetatting.
      Please try to buy it.

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      2018/12/26
      All
      10/10
      Speed
      10
      Spin
      10
      Control
      10
      Hardness Little soft

      Racket recommended use SANALION S

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    • It is not 21 years old

      (Experience:4〜5 years) It might be good for controlling back

      Reviews by user

      It is basic back use. Even if it is a foreground, even if it is a strong drive, it gets overdone and it is not stable. .
      The back block becomes stable. The plus stretching block is also more stable.
      There is no sense of stability of the back block like outer carbon as I say by Mr. Hitoshi Ueda with a single repo, it will be pressed if you do not block properly and block it. There is a sense of stability when it is inner, but the block is certainly easy to push. . .
      By the way I started using it and the backdrive stabilized. The meat line is also amazingly stable.
      I think that those who do not have confidence in power can also use enough. As other people say, first of all it is no mistake to purchase from Lazaar R42.

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      2018/12/24
      All
      9/10
      Speed
      9
      Spin
      9
      Control
      9
      Hardness Little soft

      Racket recommended use Innerforce Layer ALC

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    • gin

      (Experience:2〜3 years) Well

      Reviews by user

      I used it on the front side.
      When striking a drive it is quite nice to draw a stable arc! (Both up and down rotation)
      Even at the time of block it is better not to be affected by rotation.
      However, technologies on board such as Saab and Tsutsuki are hard to do.
      The ball tends to float relatively.
      People who like soft rubber will meet, but people who do not like using it are recommended to use in the back.
      Because it was quite good feeling when used in the back ...

      See original review

      2018/05/04
      All
      10/10
      Speed
      7
      Spin
      6
      Control
      7
      Hardness Little soft
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