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Comments: I have strung this in two Pure Drives: one at 61 pounds and the other at 55 pounds. I'm a 3.5
player, and not a string breaker. I've always used multis. In direct comparison to HDX Tour at 17 gauge, this string
provided a crisper feel and better spin. The HDX tour is MUCH plusher at all tensions. I prefer the higher tension on both
strings for spin production, but I'll give the nod to Origin for better spin when I needed it. Until something better finds itself
in my racquet, this is my new string of choice.
From: Scott, 8/16
Comments: Plush feel and great control, but the string has a rough texture that prevents snap back. It has
excessive color bleed, and it broke in under an hour on a Blade 98 (16x19) at 55 lbs.
From: Neville, 4/16
Comments: The spin potential for this string as rated in the learning center section of the website is on par
with some of the known extreme spin polyester strings. However, I was not able to create any more spin compared to any
other synthetic I've used. Out of the non poly strings, Technifibre HDX Tour 17 ga has the most snap back and spin
potential, in my opinion. I'm about to string some IsoSpeed Cream which is hyped as an extremely soft poly. I will write
some comments after I use it and see how my arm feels afterwards.
From: Bill, 3/16
Comments: I strung this at 52 lbs in a low powered 18x20 pattern 98 square inch frame, and it was bazooka
city. Unbelievable power, and unfortunately little/no spin to help with control. It is very comfortable and holds tension like
nothing else. If I try this again, I will probably have to increase the tension by 8-10 pounds to get expectable playability,
pretty much like Chris did during the TW playtest. I really think its too soft to do a poly hybrid with, especially with Origin in
the mains. It would be a great string for seniors looking for added pop and comfort from their racquet.
From: Stevie, 3/16
Comments: Very crisp feel to this string. It is on the expensive end of the spectrum. If you are a string breaker,
I would not recommend this string. I hit a heavier ball and tend to be a baseline player. The string only lasted 2.5 and 4.5
hours both times I tried it in a full bed set up. I have not tried this string in a hybrid.
From: Don, 3/16
Comments: Great string! I strung this string below the racquet's recommended tension range. I found it to
have good power, feel and control. It was also arm friendly. Access to spin is available and similar to other multifilament
strings, little at best. Overall, it is a little pricey. However, this is a really nice hitting string and worth a try if you enjoy
multifilament type strings.
From: James, 9/15
Comments: Hated it! Used it in my Pro Staff 97, in the mains at 52 lbs with Tourna Quasi 17g at 52 lbs in the
crosses, not at all like gut which I have used for decades. No predictability early, mid life or at the end after about 12
Back to Babolat Xcel Power 17 which is the best multi for me, very good till it pops.
From: Buberto, 9/15
Comments: I can't believe no one has written a review for this particular string. I've tried this after somewhat
being pleased with the 16 gauge. It has more feel and control which was lacking in the 16, but it is not as arm friendly like
16 which was expected. I strung it high at 62 lbs and lowering the tension may have helped the arm but I liked them in a
tension. All in one it is still a great alternative out there for natural gut if you are opting something new other than the old
From: Dan, 7/15