Comments: My favorite string. A bit out of my budget but for playability there is nothing (sans Natural Gut) that I
have found equals this string. Great power, great bite. String has pretty decent durability as well. I have only used as a full bed,
but I imagine it would excel in a hybrid, as well. Easy on the arm, nice power, great spin, superb feel, good durability. A+ string.
Comments: This string has more power than any other string tested. It is very durable, soft and holds tension well.
It is a soft string but not as soft as Head Power Gel or Kirschbaum Multitouch. Softness is similar to Dunlop Comfort. The outside
layer (double) does not fray and is very durable. I am a power hitter who likes to use spin a lot. The combinations below are
excellent for spin. Here are few results, both racquets are Prince Speedport Black.
Racquet # 1: 58.5 lbs (Pacific Premium Power),
58.5 Tecnifibre NRG2 (17)
Racquet #2: 58.5 lbs (Pacific Premium Power),
58.5 lbs (Kirschbaum Multitouch (17 gage)
Results: Racquet #2 had more power. This combination had more spin and more control. Both rackets required no
dampener. Kirschbaum Multitouch is a very good string. However, it is not as durable as Tecnifibre NRG2. Moreover, I compared
all three strings, individually. Pacific Premium Power had more power and more durability than strings mentioned above. The price
is very high. I hope that the price comes down. I recommend this string for people who are seeking power, tention maintenance,
durability. PS: Kirschbaum Multitouch is a powerful string, very soft. It is similar to gut like playability (agreed). However, it will
fray for power hitter. Outside layer needs to be improved.
PETER, VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA. 8/08
4.5 RATE, PRINCE SPEED PORT BLACK TEAM.