Andro rasanters 42, a quick up date.
it’s been quite a wile since writing the above comments. Put it on a axalox p 500 The blade is A bit more crisp with its koto top And spruce second layer was pretty surprised (especially since p 500 is still considered a classic looping blade with some flex) how the topspin drives, counters instantly felt different more stable, attack friendly for me on these shots while keeping the other positive aspects. When on a limba limba softer blades (what I had been playing) the drives seemed to just take off or up at impact and sail long. An example would be the trick counter hitting of those very slow deep loaded spiny loops, a tricky shot for me at any point but countering with the back hand topspin drive are easier with this rubber + the crisper feeling blade. Good rubber if you like soft rubbers on your back hand. I suspect it will feel pretty good with Carbon blades too. Just speculation on that though.
Actually the andro powersponge despite its being soft it had a lower throw and played these drive shot really well for me anyway, on the limba blades. That rubber reaction was a bit more proportional to your generated swing force than the new rasanter 42 which has the same sponge hardness.
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