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Comments: This is a nice string. It's really soft and comfortable, has good spin generation (not poly spin, but
good spin for a multi), and produced a very consistent shot. The one drawback was that it was a bit less durable than
other 16 gauge multis I've tried. Not a lot less, but I got 15 or so hours out of a set as opposed to 25 or so.
From: Ben, 10/15
Comments: The string is good to play with. Soft, great feel, and a good amount of power. However, it is
probably the worst string I have ever strung with. I don't know whether it was my clamps, or the string, but every time I
strung my racquet these would keep slipping no matter how hard I tighten my clamps. Great playability, but I'm never
buying these again unless someone else strings it for me.
From: Brian, 8/11
Comments: I used a Prince Ignite Team 95 strung at 57 lbs. My first time with this racquet and string, it took
me by surprise. This string produced a lot of pop and power. Hard hit flat groundies would sail long and it took me awhile
to adjust. It fits my backhand well because of the spin. After I put spin on my forehand, the ball landed inside the court with
regularity. It has nice feel at the net and serve has good spin. I would highly recommend this string.
From: Dennis. 5/11
NTRP Rating: 4.0
Comments: These strings are decent, ok price; they play a lot like NXT Tour, decent spin power feel and
control. I got a set last week, strung it on a kFactor 90 at 55lbs I usually string with full poly job so the power from this
string took me a little while to get used to, but it definitely felt much better. But I think if I string my racquet at 52 lbs +
10% pre-stretch it would be even better. Durability seems to be ok for a typical multifilament string(played for about 4 sets
so far), probably last for a few days of hardhitting.
From: Nguyen, CA, USA. 8/07