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Comments: Had this 17g strung at 53 lbs on my Prestige MP. I've been fooling around with strings for the past
5 years. No more as I believe I've found my string. Was using Head Hawk before and while I loved that string this feels so
much better. Head Hawk had less power and allowed me to swing out a little more but the trade off was that it felt very
stiff. This has a very soft, plush, even feel. almost feels like there's syn gut in the crosses softening it up. feels similar to
volkl cyclone tour but not as mushy. big banger ace has a similar feel but stiffer. This really is the best combo of firm yet
soft with feel and pocketing and controllable power. I usually don't pay attention to the spin the string brings because I
think all polys have good enough spin and i use an 18x20 string pattern and generate my own spin. which is to say spin is
adequate but not game changing. Oh yeah and $8, it doesn't get cheaper than that folks! Strung on a Graphene Prestige
MP at 53 lbs.
From: Marc, 4/16
Comments: Kirschbaum got the right formula with these strings. The control on groundstrokes is excellent and
as it's claimed they give a "predictable response" consistently. Moreover, you can still serve cannon balls and hit
penetrating groundstrokes so long as you hit the sweet-spot. Not bad for a firm control based string. I strung these in the
Donnay Pro One 97-18-Mains at 54 lbs and they are still playing so well after 15 hours of use. I would rate the Pro Line X
the second best affordable Co-Poly out there after Volkl Cyclone.
From: Joe, 6/15
Comments: Strung this in a hybrid in both a Head Graphene MP, then the 2011 Babolat PDRGT+, both at
pounds in the mains and 48 pounds with a multi in the crosses. It was a great string, but in the Graphene it only lasted
hours of play. It had a good amount of spin and good feel, until it broke. It felt even better in the Babolat and lasted a little
(12 hours max), which still isn't long enough for me. When a poly breaks two separate times before the multifilaments, it is
sign. If you can afford to, and are willing to string constantly then this string will be great for you, but with my experience, I
think I can give it another shot.
From: Chris, 2/13
Comments: It's firm, with excellent control, a very predictable response and above average spin for a round
has the good feel of a round poly (vs a shaped poly), as it's very solid feeling on impact, holds tension well, very
resistance to wear for a poly, and it remains playable for a good amount of time. I've gotten about 8 hours out of it so far
going. I'm finding better accuracy with this compared to other polys on groundstrokes, and it has added so much control
that I am playing much more confidently and aggressively at net. Nothing really jumps out at you with this string other than
response and control, and there's nothing fancy about it, but it just works. I can't argue with the great results. I think this
matches up well with a powerful "tweener" racquet similar to the Pure Drive or AeroPro Drive. I highly recommend it for
seeking more control from their frame.
From: Anon, 12/12