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Comments: Very good string, soft on the arms and gives a lot of spin. Very durable (tension holds well)
compared to multis. Goes well with open pattern racquets. This will be my string for the next 12 months.
From: Spoojie, 7/15
Comments: Solid. That's the category in which Pro Line 1.20 -- it beats almost all other strings in this gauge.
hitting the ball, you get this solid feel and thunk. Other strings in this gauge feel flimsey by comparison. Good spin, power
From: Sander, 3/14
Comments: Nice string overall. I've been using a Luxilon Savage (Main) and Wilson Sensation (Cross) hybrid at
lbs over the past year. I've recently switched over to the Kirschbaum Pro Line II and am pleased so far. It is only slightly
the Savage/Sensation hybrid set up and dramatically softer than Luxilon Savage on its own. Power and spin are roughly
as the hybrid (more power than Savage alone) however the Pro Line II has a nicer feel and I would say more control. I'm a
tournament player using a Yonex VCore 95D.
From: Rob, 3/13
Comments: Kirschbaum Pro Line II is simply an amazing string. With all of the positive attributes of a
string (spin, control) but few of the negative ones (harsh on the arm), this string has made me a Kirschbaum user for life.
only downside, in a sea of awesome, would be the slightly higher than I would care for price.
From: Eric, 12/12
Comments: On the positive side, I have played with this string for a long time now. 5 reels I have spent for
and this is a very very good string. Great pop, good spin and control, and comfortable for a poly. For those who want to
try it, just
string it carefully and slow, no rush. This way the string will keep his tension much much better. On the negative side, the
From: Art, 7/12
Comments: Love this in a hybrid. 55 lbs mains PLII 17L, 60 lbs gamma synthetic gut (red) for the crosses in
Head Youtek Prestige MP. Getting some pretty massive kick on serves and topspin groundstrokes (full eastern Backhand
Don Budge's, Semi Western FH). Lovely slices. Way more pocketing than I got with a full bed of RPM Blast but had better
Nicer on the arm too actually nicer than a full bed of Gosen OG micro sheep 17. We will see how tension holds up but no
change on the mains after two hours. Looks really cool too.
From: John, OR, USA, 02/11
Comments: A dynamite string, the best I've used, I like it in the mains in a hybrid with Gosen OG-Sheep Micro
on the crosses, and the mix has really improved my "feel" and versatility, I can do a lot of things with these strings...I highly
recommend any Kirschbaum, but this one is terrific for me...
From: Keith, San Diego, CA, USA, 02/11
Comments: This string is great!! - I like it better than Babolat rpm blast - just has a little more pop to it and still
has a soft feel.
From: Rms, San Diego, CA, USA, 09/10
Comments: Love this string. I've been using Pro Hurricane 17 mains x Wilson Sensation 17 crosses, both at
in my Wilson kPro Open. Was very happy with that combo because it was still soft enough but had good bite and power.
string in the mains at 57 lbs. and I noticed a BIG difference in power and control. I feel like I can swing my heart out and
the ball is
going in. AND it is still soft on my arm! I don't know how they do it! If you are looking for a soft poly that still provides the
benefits of poly, you need to try this string. I'm a female teaching pro and nationally ranked player.
From: Nancine, Oak View, CA 11/09
Comments: This string takes a lot of getting used to. Definitely adds spin and kick to serve and more topspin
ball pocketing to groundstrokes. Volleys have more control and overheads are limitless. I am a 2.5 player who hits with a
I've never broken a string using the 17l gauge. Great feel.
From: Matthew, Perth, WA, Australia, 08/09
Comments: This string does not have much bite on the ball. I may try the 18g 1.15mm next time to see if has
bite. This string felt a little harsh on my arm (using a somewhat stiff racquet) until I put on a Wilson pro overgrip, then it felt
From: John, Riverside, CA, USA, 03/09
Comments: Good power and control; no bite and they are very durable. I have been playing with them for a
and they still look new. the tension is still good; I string my Kfactor 95 16x18 at 60 and is perfect. I tried the 18L but it
within 20 minutes of playing. I am a 4.5 player who trains with a 5.5 and we hit the ball with a lot of spin and pace.
From: Carlos, palmdale, CA. 02/09
Comments:After many years, I had pretty much given up on finding a polyester string that offered both feel
kindness to my longtime, tender playing arm. This string has successfully addressed all of these issues, along with offering
extra pop and spin. I read some reviews that suggested that it doesn't even need to be used in a hybrid setup, so I tried
ways. It does play great when put in both mains and crosses, though I have gone to the 17L for maximum feel. Durability
good, too. Thanks, Kirschbaum!!
From: FP, Charlotte, NC. 12/08
NTRP Rating: 5.0
Comments: Highly Recommended. One of the best strings I have tried. Great durability, spin and mostly
The tension maintenance is unreal too.
From: Anon, 10/08
Comments: Excellent improvement with its increased pop and crisp feel at impact. It holds tension very well
definitely softer than other co-polys. As described, it has a fantastic mix of power and control.
From: Glenn, Queensland, Australia. 11/07
Comments: Amazing string. A lot of feeling and comfort with all the advantages of a co-poly (spin potential,
control, tension). Feels like my old Pro Supex Big Ace but with added comfort and power. A good mix between a multi and
Even better than Topspin Cyber Power.
From: Laurent, France. 11/07