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Comments: I put this in the crosses at 53 lbs with Gamma TNT2 touch at 57 lbs in the mains in my Wilson BLX 95
16x18. I thought since it was a cheaper poly that it would be very stiff and cause arm pain. That is why I strung it at a relatively
low tension. I haven't had any arm pain and I love the spin, control and power that I get from this set up. Next time I am going
to up the tension on the crosses slightly. A few balls did sail long on me unexpectedly and hopefully upping the tension will fix
that. I probably never would have tried this string if it didn't come with the stringing machine I bought.
Comments: 2 words summarize this string: cheap and good!
Usual polyester advantages, i.e. durability, holds tension, good spin, control, minimal fraying. Some string movement is there
though, and although it says control on the packaging, it still packs plenty of power when hit on the sweet spot. I use this on my
6.1 prostaff 95, and strung 57 lbs. I should have strung it higher, cause this string is quite comfortable, and slightly more
powerful than the class-leading polyesters like Luxilon big banger and Pro Hurricane tout by Babolat. If you like this string, you
can try Gosen Polylon 17 as well. They play very similar. This is slightly more expensive, and slightly more attractive with the
luminous yellow, so it has been a conversation starter on many occasions ("hey what fancy string are you using?").
Comments: I believe this is one of the best polys out there. It outplays more expensive polys out there. I hybrid it
with Gosen OG Sheep Micro 17 in the mains. Doesn't last that long but I love the feel and the bite it gives to the ball.
Comments: I bought a reel of this string and a reel of gamma advantage synthetic string in a 15 gauge and let me
tell you the power spin and feel its amazing. The only thing I don't like of this string is that in the day it looks like green but in the
night looks yellow. I use this string in Babolat aeropro drive cortex 56lbs.
Comments: I wouldn't recommend these strings by itself. These are very stiff. But I would recommend them for
hybrids. I use these as the mains and gamma synthetic wearguards for crosses. For some reason, even though these strings feel
very slimy, they give me tons of spin.
Comments: A nice string. Feels like a wire before stringing, but feels like a synthetic while playing. Nice control and
power. Only complaint is that the strings look lime green. Can't wait to see a 17g version in natural color. (strung @55 lbs. in
Babolat Pure Drive)
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