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Comments: I strung these up at 51 lbs in a Pure Drive GT with NXT in the mains. Great ball pocketing, plenty
of power but the ball does not fly. Granted, I do not have a pure "modern game." My PD is weighted up to 12.7 ounces
and I hit fairly flat groundies. I do use a dampner and have zero vibration issues. So far, I've got about 5-6 hours of play
on them and the tension is holding up well enough. It'll be interesting to find out whether the NXT frays and breaks first or
the LUX loses playability. We'll see, but for now I'm happy with the setup.
From: Walter, 5/15
Comments: Good strings with interesting sensation. I use them at 54 lbs and 52 lbs. Next time I'll them at 50
and 46 lbs.
From: Benot, 1/14
Comments: I disagree with some comments saying the strings are firm. NXT Duo II at a low tension had
So much I didn't use a dampener. This string gives a lot of spin, so I would recommend getting used to it in warm ups. Also
give the ball a curve when hitting, so make sure you aim center of the court. I would recommend this string for strong
want a soft topspin of the ball.
From: Samuel. 7/11
Comments: I put this hybrid in my Bab PSGT at 52. Very harsh and stiff. Granted, there is not a lot of heft in
Pure Storm, but Adrenaline is just too stiff as a main string for any light frame. Even when blended with NXT, it's just a hard
unforgiving poly. You'd need to have caveman arms to play with a full Adrenaline setup. The only way this particular hybrid
possibly work is Adren on crosses and NXT on mains. And keep the tension down.
From: Anon, 03/11
Comments: Thanks TW for the info. I will look towards a new string to purchase. I loved k-gut because of the
and touch. I will look towards the nxt duo 2. Appears this is one of the best hybrids out there now. I have never tried
Luxilon but I
will try it with this blend with Wilson nxt, which I have tried and used in my rackets. I have gotten quite a few good reviews
this hybrid. So I am going to give it a try in the next few weeks.
From: Brian, Houston, TX, USA, 03/11
Comments: Had this strung up in a YT Speed MP 16-19 w/the nxt in the crosses at 58m/60x lbs. Firstly, I must
that I was getting so much pace and kick on my serve, it was disgusting, probably a combo of the racket and the strings.
rather stiff, and I was hurting my shoulder on the serves, so not a very comfortable string. As for groundstrokes, it had
pocketing and spin with very good pop, but I couldn't find any feel/touch. I only played a few hours with it so cant
durability. 3.5 self-rated at the time of playtest.
From: TT U/N: in_ten_city, 03/11
Comments: Is Wilson k-gut string still being sold or is it out of production? Also what is the replacement string
From: Brian, Houston, TX, USA, 03/11
(Brian, K Gut has been discontinued and Wilson has not released a direct replacement. If you have any future inquiries please post them in the TW Questions/Comments section on our message boards and we'll be happy to respond.--TW Staff)
Comments: Playing this string in a Dunlop 4D 500 Tour. Very nice feel and spin. Moved a bit until the string
settled in, now doesn't move at all. Very good combo.
From: Dan W., Roswell, GA, USA, 11/10
Comments: I have been using this string in a Babolat Pure Drive strung at 58lbs with the Adrenaline in the
Nice hybrid string. It plays firm as you would expect from a Luxilon poly but with cushion effect of the NXT does not seem
on the arm. I would say spin production is about average, but string does allow me to hit out with confidence. I have
sets with the string and the NXT crosses are fraying, but I consider that normal for NXT with the amount of time played.
From: Michael, Riverside, CA, USA, 07/10