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Comments: I have used each of these strings separately in a full bed. I prefer Xcel on its own over this hybrid. My
go-to string is Kirschbaum Pro Line II in the mains and Gosen Micro Sheep in the crosses. I have used almost a full reel of this in
my racquets and I much prefer this over this Xcel/Hurricane set up.
From: Joel, 4/15
Comments: I've used this combo today for the first time, and I have to say that
feels great. Great spin and I'm not a player who spins a lot, so I felt how these strings work since almost the first forehand, but
what improved the most today was my one-handed backhand. And that's what is important for me, with no loss of power and lots
more of control. Exactly what I was looking for. My only "con" is why did I not change to this before!
From: Luis, 8/12
Comments: These strings are not the greatest stings I've played with. My
racquet is the pure storm team. These strings are way too powerful for
me and I do not recommend these strings to someone who plays with a lot
From: Greg, 5/12
Comments: Amazing strings...I've had them on my Wilson Sledgehammer for
2 years now and they're not stiff or too notched. I have a 96-ish MPH
serve and I get so much spin and power with these strings that I'm
putting them on my backup rackets. I also agree with Andre that they
really do work well with those that hit topspin. This will be my "go to"
string for years to come.
From: Gregory, 3/12
Comments: Great strings! I have been using them for almost a year now on my Head Radical
MP 18X20 and have found a decent addition of power and great feel. I string them with XCel
in the mains and Pro Hurricane Tour on the crosses. I'm still playing with the tension setup,
currently I set the poly at 55lbs and XCel at 57lbs. I have to disagree with comments that they
do not work well for "players who hit with a lot of topspin". I hit with a lot of topspin and one
big reason why I get the topspin is because of the strings I have combined with my strokes.
With my 18X20 string bed they last significantly longer than a 16X19. Since most people do
not play with 18X20, I can agree with comments that they may break fast.
From: Andre, CA, USA. 4/11
Comments: Nothing special. These strings were a very tough adjustment for me and I do not recommend them. For
one, they aren't very good for players who hit with a lot of topspin like me. They also break fast and the hybrid mix, do not go well
together. I recommend what I used to have and now use again the X-One Biphase because they really generate tons of topspin.
From: Dan, IL, USA, 01/10
Comments: Great string. I love the fact that I never really have to adjust my strings due to the poly Pro Hurricane
Tour. Only downside like any hybrid is the XCel wears out pretty quickly due to the sawing action. But, that's every hybrid. Great
spin and feel and gotta love when you rope one in the sweet spot with this string.
From: Robbi, Marietta, GA, USA. 8/08