Head FXP 16 String 660 Reel Customer feedback
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Comments: I HATE this string! Anytime I order demo frames from TW
that are older models they always seem to have this stuff in it and it
always feels stiff, dead, and is just murder on my shoulder and wrist
if I hit with it for a long time no matter how comfortable the frame it is in
is. I used to use Kevlar hybrids in several of my frames so I'm no
stranger to stiff and even like it in some cases, and my arm is healthy
but a full bed of this has been garbage in the several frames I've had
the displeasure of trying it in. For $11/set there are MUCH better choices out there than this all-
around below average choice.
Comments: If you want durability it might work. If you try to avoid pain in your arm and shoulder please avoid this
Comments:Purely amazing. I have tried so many strings and none are worth anything to this. I slap everything with
extreme topspin, aces and passing shots all in one stroke. Dies out kind of quickly though. If you have a steady game style and
playing like me, try these- they're spectacular.
Comments: I used this string with my Microgel Radical strung at 65. I have used these strings for 2+ years and no
problems yet. Lots of control and spin, so not for power players. I only use control and run opponents around a lot. great strings :)
Comments: I pair these with Kirshbaum super smash 16 and its great
Comments: It's OK, giving great control but little power. It doesnt have a lot of pop. For the price, it's all right.
Comments: These strings are garbage, they have no feel or power, they’re worthless.
Comments: String is all right, not to much power, good spin, but doesn’t feel very crisp when you hit with
it. It doesn’t feel very good right after being strung
Comments:I think this string is very versatile, especially for the price. I am more of a flat hitter and I have great
control with these strings. Also, they seem to be durable as they have lasted with me for more than a month and seem fine. I
would recommend this string to anyone interested in trying a multi-filament string.
Comments:These strings are great and are very durable which is great!
Comments: When I ordered my HEAD Flexpoint Radicals I had them strung with
this string and it died within a 5 hours of playing. It was a terrible experience. My opinion for multifilament strings is Tecnifibre
NRG2. It has much better playability and durability.
Comments: These are ok strings. They are pretty soft, nice spin, and good durability. They weren't my favorite
though. I like Pro Hurricane better, but these were a little softer. I would recommend these to people with a Flexpoint racquet.
Comments: If you hit nothing but spin, I would recommend this string. Flat hitters would tear this apart though.
The FXP 17 string has much more touch and feel.
Comments: Great power, control, and spin, but no durability. I was breaking these strings every
Comments: I used this string on Flexpoint Radical OS at 59lbs but it wasn't
good at all. It didn't generate as much spin or power and the string always moved around so
I had to fix them after every point. Overall nothing good, just another terrible string. After that I
used the luxilon 16g string and it was unbelievably better than this string.
Comments: I have been trying out this string in the new LM Prestige MP at
different tensions, both 16 and 17 gauge and I love it. I have played Luxillon ALU Big Banger
for the past 3 years and with the Head FXP I am not sacrificing any power and have added
more control and feel. The one thing I am sacrficing is string breakage but given the benefits
and the price it is a great trade off.
Comments: Fantastic string. It actually came with a used racquet I bought. I
usually used more expensive Wilson NXT Tour and I was surprised to find I could hit the
same topspin with more power and better feel. I actually preferred it to the NXT 18 and the
Technifibre X1 Biphase 17.
Comments: This is a very soft string with good feel. It has lots of control, but
does not last very long.
Comments: I love this string. LOVE IT. It has beautiful control and playability. And
for under $10 a set, the
durability is more than adequate, while leaving room for great feel and touch. I am a diverse
5.0 player who rips flat/spin
combinations and crushes flat, slice, and kick serves. This string is amazing. I buy both 17
and 16 gauge FXP string, cut the sets
in half, and use 16's for the mains and 17's for the crosses. The 16 gauge mains enforce
durability while the 17 crosses bite the
ball for great control. For players with a strong game who like to control a variety of shots with
a consistent feel in the string bed
I highly recommend trying this fantastic combination.
Comments: Comments: Superb string for the intermediate 3.0 to 4.0 players.
Great feel and
response. Good durability unless, I suppose, you're a "blaster", but for the fairly strong and
finesse player, it
lasts and holds tension well. Many of my customers love it.
Comments:Terrible string, i couldnt get used to it, no spin to them, no durability,
no character. Babolat pro hurricane loads is better!
Comments: This string does not give much durability and is better for players
that don’t hit that much topspin. I’m
going back to Luxilon strings.
Comments: Yo man! It's soft, powerful, great feeling and good tension hold. But
it's not durable, snap within 20 hours of play.
Comments: I like this string a lot. They have a great feel to them and they have
good control with power. The strings also don’t move around a lot which is very nice. A very
good choice for anyone.
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