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Comments: I am a high school player who plays an aggressive baseline game and this string was dynamite for
me. Although it has a bit too much power for my taste, the spin potential, control, and durability were on point -- perfect
for me. The blue color does match with bluer racquets such as the Pure Drive or the Instinct, etc., but that's not very
important. What does matter is that this is a cheaper version of a great spin string that is extremely durable. I would most
certainly recommend it to those who want the spin and control and durability of a polyester, while having a bit more power
than the other known polyesters that lack power.
From: Matthew, 10/15
Comments: So I strung this string at 54 lbs in my Pure Drive. Ouch, this is quite a stiff string in a stiff racquet. I
liked the control and spin it offered as well as the ability to rip even the hardest of shots. However, it left my arm feeling
quite sore just playing 2 sets. I'll probably hybrid it next time I string it. All in all good string just a little stiff.
From: Steven, 8/15
Comments: To start this off, I am a high school player that is in the middle between aggressive and defensive
(probably more a defensive player than anything). I strung this string up in my Wilson BLX Juice 100 at 55 pounds (along
rubber band as a dampener and a Tourna Grip XL over grip). First time hitting with this string, it had been sitting in my
around 24 hours and I could tell it had already dropped in tension. If you are someone who likes a poly to play stiff then
might want to beef up your tension or go with another string. Like I said I said though I strung it at 55 and my first
was that it was very soft and arm friendly. I was hitting groundstokes with nice depth and it was coming off the racquet
respectable pace a poly. That being said it was also a little to unpredictable for my likings in the argument that I had just
up a day before. All in all I am 50/50 on this string. The feel is really nice and the power for a poly is right up there with any
but the lack of tension maintenance is not good at all. If I use it again I would defiantly go up from my normal 55 pounds to
around 57 to 59 pounds. I'll give it a 6/10 and with the price it would be something I would use again if I am looking to stay
From: Jordan, 8/14
Comments: Amazing string. I have pains in my wrist with a full poly set so I use a hybrid of this a Gamma syn
This string is so durable that the Gamma syn gut gave out first. Other than that, amazing spin and placement.
From: John, 5/14
Comments: Awesome string. It is very durable and barely loses tension. It creates a lot of spin and control.
From: Allen, 3/13
Comments: Amazing string. Lots of topspin and shape on the ball. It is very durable and it took me almost 2
months to break it strung at 56 lbs. The strings barely lose tension and I would highly recommend it.
From: Allen, 12/12
Comments: I really like this string. I get aggressive spin off of it. The feeling of the string is crisp and it lasts
long time. I used to play with lux rough 16l and those broke every 2 weeks. I switched to barb wire 16 gauge, and it broke
month. The 17 gauge broke in a
week. The string doesn't really die, and I think it has a more solid feeling than barb wire.
From: Jay Jay, 1/12
Comments: This is a super solid feeling string but I am a little disappointed with the power level. I had Big
Blue Rough on before this and I was expecting the same power but with a stiffer feel. unfortunately, I was wrong. Power is
Spin is good and looks cool but I am getting no depth on my shots with this string.
From: Chris, 7/11
Comments: I've been using Luxilon for the last two and a half years on my 93 head radical and liked it. I've
it and used full poly at 65 lbs. I just thought I would have to get used to the stiffness of poly strings. So I dropped my
60 lbs, with my last Lux string job and I hate it. It's softer, but no control. A friend of mine told me to try Solinco Revolution,
I'm sold! Strung at 62 lbs., this string feels as close to nylon as I've felt since I switched to poly! Great bite, nice power, and
strings don't move, (my favorite aspect of poly strings! Goodbye Luxilon, Hello Solinco!
From: Ryan, Seattle, Wa. USA. 07/10
Comments: Like someone else said, this string has a distinctly "plastiky" stiff, feel to it, at least in 16g. I strung
bed of it at 55lbs and it felt really nasty first time I hit. It loosened up some more for a few weeks, while I popped strings on
my other racquets (RDS001MP), and now it feels actually pretty playable, but with so many polyester strings out there, this
is towards the bottom of my list. I also tested Solinco's red strings and those were very decent.
From: Anton, Staten Island, NY, USA. 07/10
Comments: I honestly think this string is better than the tour bite. Try it and see for yourself.
From: Harry, Weehawken, NJ, USA, 07/10
Comments: This is by far the best string I have ever used. There is lots and lots of power, tons of feel and
The best string ever made.
From: Ian, El Paso, TX. 6/10
Comments: Hybrided it with True Feel multi on my Prestige, and once again their polys are a pain to string. I
the string because it gave me decent spin and a lot of control. The con about this string is that you don't get that much feel
feels a little like hard plastic. Let me warn you this string is very durable, it lasted a lot longer than Big Banger ALU Power
From: bob, san jose, ca, usa. 4/10
Comments: This string is so amazing. It's way better than Luxilon and softer. I strung this string at 60lbs on my
Yonex RQiS 2 Tour racquet. I have friends who have tried the other strings too and they loved it. This string company is
blow Luxilon away soon, I Promise.
From: Nathan, Los Angeles, CA United States. 4/10