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Originally posted by GSOM_GSOM11 GSOM_GSOM11 wrote:

So, can we consider R47 as a good replacement for the good old Hexer? Did anyone try both?

I think so, though Hexer has better arc even though it is slower.
I like putting heavy topspin on the ball...
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For those who have used R47 extensively: how is durability?
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Originally posted by slevin slevin wrote:

For those who have used R47 extensively: how is durability?
after 4 months I still have tons of spin even though the topsheet colors look faded. I'd say 75 to 80% allright.
Yesterday night I had a new r47 on that violin and it was incredible; it was the 1st time I was playing a new R47 while knowing the combo well. Of course I was expecting that but again after 4 months I can do everything with the old ones.
I want to underline the R47 2.0 felt to me dead and mushy on a Freitas ALC and a Garaydia ALC. Why does that rubber feel so much alive on a 5-ply all wood and not on an ALC? or is it just me?

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Originally posted by fatt fatt wrote:

Why does that rubber feel so much alive on a 5-ply all wood and not on an ALC? or is it just me?



If I were to guess, I think with the all wood, you have a lot more confidence, feeling, and control, and can put much more of yourself into the rubber, maximizing its potential. Equipment becomes more alive with confidence.

BTW, are you playing with the new plastic balls? Thanks.

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Originally posted by fatt fatt wrote:

Originally posted by slevin slevin wrote:

For those who have used R47 extensively: how is durability?
after 4 months I still have tons of spin even though the topsheet colors look faded. I'd say 75 to 80% allright.
Yesterday night I had a new r47 on that violin and it was incredible; it was the 1st time I was playing a new R47 while knowing the combo well. Of course I was expecting that but again after 4 months I can do everything with the old ones.
I want to underline the R47 2.0 felt to me dead and mushy on a Freitas ALC and a Garaydia ALC. Why does that rubber feel so much alive on a 5-ply all wood and not on an ALC? or is it just me?



I have the same problem: my sp is faster in a clipper than playing with eb7
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Most likely the extra flex gives you that impression.
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Originally posted by slevin slevin wrote:

For those who have used R47 extensively: how is durability?

For me durability seems to be a little better than avarage tensor.
What is the point of playing safe shots when you can miss with style

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i play with andro treiber z , r47bh, r47fh , any other players with this set up ?
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I also play with this set-up! I've been using it for about 2 weeks! Excellent speed, control, & spin. I use max on fh & 2.0 on bh. Next time I'll buy max for both sides. For being a fast racket it has many gears and very good feeling. I find it easier for serve return and blocking than my usual t05 or mx-p with timo alc. I also find it faster as well. I find it has a medium to high throw angle with my technique. I'm hoping later in the year that prices will drop in Europe.
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pabueno7 ,  can you let know how you get on with max both sides, cheers, because i use 2.0mm both sides.
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Can someone compare Rasanter R47 with Stiga Mantra M?
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I tried Mantra M briefly and to me it was a bit heavier and slower compairing R47. Both are easy to play and have medium spin potential.
What is the point of playing safe shots when you can miss with style

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what would play closely to andro hexer powersponge?
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