Signum Pro Hyperion 17 (1.24) String Customer feedback
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Comments: Tried a lot of strings over the years and these are perfect - durability, comfort, feedback. Pretty much
the only string I've used for last year and half in over 10 different rackets. This is a softer string than somewhat harsh SPPP and
the feedback is much better then the soft but mute Pro Line II. Hyperion is like a prodigy child of the two.
Comments: I have this string on my Pure Drive at 26kg and it feels I've the ball longer on the racquet. Sounds
strange but it maybe due to the strings softness. This string really suits a racquet like the Pure Drive.
Comments: Worst string ever. The feel is awful and is so dampened you don't even realize you're hitting a tennis
ball. Some people may like it. Even when I use no shock dampener it's so dampened. No power, spin, some control, but serves are
amazing. That's the only good part. Probably increased by 10mph than my normal set up of Luxilon savage and Tecnifibre biphase
Comments: This string feels very dead, it was very stiff when I was stringing it and very hard on the forearm. I think
the Signum PPP is a lot better, more feel, softer and more control. Strung it on Head Youtek Speed MP on mains @57 and crosses I
had prince synthetic @ 60.
Comments: There is not too much to complain about with these strings. There can be a little tennis elbow if you let
it get to you. Otherwise... just suck it up and figure you just need to be in better shape. Power is very good, control is great,
tension holds, strings NEVER move, and durability is there. But... I am looking forward to trying something else, because this is the
string that came in my KPro Tour, and I think I want a little more forgiveness, less power and more spin to counter what my new
racquet already provides for me. Though I will say that I really like the power and pop this string provides, that has made a lot of
volleyers against me suffer! I will probably stick with Signum Pro though. I hear great things and I will say my overall impression of
this string is good!
Comments: I had my Wilson K six-one 95 Team strung with these at 60 lbs. They felt really good for a while, but
my elbow started hurting like never before! I have never had any problems with my elbow until I got these strings. If you get
them do not string them too tight. I went to some Wilson NXT's and have had no more problems with my elbow. This was my
first experience with Poly strings.
Comments: Just played tournament using these strings with nrg2 in the cross, very nice combo, plays
similar to Black Code, my impression was it had just a bit more power, this may have been
due to the nrg2 in the cross. Great Control Great Power, Much Much Much better than Focus Hex.
Comments: Very good string. I have played the SPPP Pure 17G many times and this is very close but a little softer. I
like this string as it plays close to Lux Fluoro for much less $. It is not as stiff as Lux ALU Rough, Tecnifibre Black or Red Code, or
Pro Line II. It is a bit softer on the arm than these polys and retains tension well. I play a hybrid with Hyperion in the crosses (56)
and gut or NRG2 multi in the mains (58 and it plays nice for around 24-30 sets. Doesn't move and stabilizes the string bed.
Comments: Very impressive ball pocketing. This string is the best combination of comfort and performance that I
have tried. More "live" feel then Polyfibre TCS, better control then Black Code, and superior in every way to Focus Hex.
Comments: Played with Yonex RDIS 100 MP @23kg. Very nice and soft string (even compared to multis), but do not
go too low with the tension or you will lose all control. In my case 25kg would be ok.
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