Tecnifibre Multi-Feel 17 String Customer feedback
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Comments: I had this strung at 59 lbs on my Wilson Steam 100. The feel was pretty good and it gave me good
control on my shots during baseline rallies. I usually hit with topspin. Unfortunately, it only lasted about 14 hours of play which is
a big let down!
Comments: My favorite multi - it plays firmer than other multis, but is easy on my arm. I recommend to string it 2-
3 pounds lower than usual, it gives you more pop and spin without losing control, since it holds tension well.
Comments: After getting tennis elbow in 2005, and after that trying nearly every string (manufacturer/type) on the
market, I found this. And I can honestly say - this string is the only thing I've found that allows me to still play tennis. I can't even
imagine what I'd do if this was (someday) not available. Thank you Tecnifibre!
Comments: This string is very easy to string and a provides lots of feel as a cross string with a
poly in the mains. However, I break this string in under 20 hours of tennis. I hit with lots of
Comments: A great all round string. Surprisingly lasts as well. Easier on the arm than X1 Biphase.
Comments:My favorite string, it feels like 80% of multifilament mix with 15% of synthetic gut with 5% of thin PU as
its outer layer. It lasts me about 25-30 hours(summer) with somewhat hard hitting. Durability is good compare with other
multifilament and it is affordable.
Comments: Dear Tecnifibre, well done on this string I will be using it for all my racquets from now on I hit with a
prince hybrid 100 and I've never had better strings in my racquet.
Comments: This string bothered my elbow and moves around a lot on the stringbed of my Aero Drive +. I've gone
to Babolat Pro Hurricane 18G It stays solid in the bed and doesn't bother my elbow. Not for me.
Comments: I used it as a cross on my hybrid string set up. Boy, these strings go fast. I'm not a hard hitter but I hit
with plenty of spin. These strings were fraying by my 3rd outing, and broke on the 6th one. As a cross, they do provide more feel
than Gosen, but durability is a huge an issue.
Comments: I've tried several multis and this one is the best. It is easy to string, durability is great and maintains
good feel longer then most. It's priced right and I too hope they keep making it.
Comments: Easy to string and easy on the arm. Frays quickly and doesn't last much longer than a month or so (AG
300 at 62 lbs/playing 3 times a week).
Comments: This string is excellent. It's easy on the arm with plenty of pop and feel. I play with heavy topspin and
the strings barely move. A great all-around string that I hope they will never stop making. I currently use a Volkl C7 Pro Mid-plus
with the Multi-Feel strung at 60 lbs.
Comments: I am a Teaching Pro and an earlier Top 10 ranked sectionals tournament player. I presently use the
Diablo Mid Plus and the Tecnifibre Multi-Feel 17 string strung at 55lbs. This string is incredible. I get such a nice response on all
strokes especially touch shots. I really depend on touch shots and spin. This string is the icing on the cake. Play this string and
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