Wilson Stamina 16 660 String Reel Customer feedback
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Comments: I tried this out just to give it a shot before I buy the reel, and it's a good string overall. I did a hybrid with Luxilon ALU Rough on the mains, and this on the crosses. I am a frequent string-breaker and with this set-up, my strings would last longer. First few practice sessions, the string feels dead but after some break-in period with the tension is perfectly distributed, this string feels great. Spin and ball-pocketing are evident as long as you put a lot of racquet head speed to brush up the ball. Overall, this string is great with a hybrid set-up.
Comments: Bought the Aerogel 1Hundred and this came as stock string at 57lbs tension. Played for four months before it finally broke. I liked the feel and the pop it produced. Performed really well for such a cheap string.
Comments: These strings aren't too good. They work well maybe the first week if you play, then they get worse. They sting the arm too much and sometimes it starts to hurt. I do not recommend to use this string. It has an ideal price though compared to the quality. 4/10
Comments: I strung one of my Wilson Pro Tours with Hollow Core 16 and another with
Stamina 16, and after about 6-8 hours hitting with each the Hollow Core dropped a few
pounds tension while the Stamina felt closer to initial tension (55). Eventually, Stamina
dropped in tension but only after the mains started to notch, so I will use it on my backup
rackets. 4.0 level.
Comments: These strings have a lot of pop but does not offer much access to spin. They are pretty stiff for a nylon string but are still comfortable. They are definitely are more durable than the average synthetic gut, yet they offer similar playability which is why I recommend these strings.
Comments: They played decent for the first two hours or so, after that they felt dead, no feel at all, actually they felt pretty hard. I cut them off before they broke. I did not like them and definitely I would not use them again or recommend them. Get Reaction instead.
Comments: Pretty good overall. Had a good playability when it was first strung and had good power and control. Little hard on the feel. Loses tension relatively fast. but it broke before it was neccesary to be restrung. give a 7.5/10.
Comments: I'm a college player who hits the ball fairly hard. I like this string for the price. After 4 uses of about 2 hours of play each it hasn't broke. That's unheard of for a string at this price. I'd say buy this string if money is an issue. It does have pop and control and I actually like the feel of it closer to the end of its life.
Comments: I'm a 4.5 NTRP baseliner using semi-western and a two-handed backhand. The first hits were great. A lot of bite on the ball, but these strings loosen up quickly, and only lasting about 2-3weeks max. On the plus side, these are really cheap, and restringing is extremely easy. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone but beginners because they break so quickly.
Comments: I tried out Stamina 16g in my Ksix one 95 (16 x 18) and it felt great. The playability was great and the durability was also surprisingly good. I thought my string was going to die out in a few weeks from what i heard but I've been using it for 2 months now (I play 1-2 a week) and it is still in great shape. The spin potential is also surprisingly good. It holds tension well and I felt that it holds tension better than Prince Synthetic Gut Duraflex 16g.
Comments: Very much like Prince Synthetic Gut (original), but I'd say a little less feel and a little more durability. Decent string for the price.
Comments:String sucks...Feels good for the first week maybe, then dies out and brakes. DO NOT BUY THIS!!!!!!
Comments: This string lasts a while actually, contrary to what most believe. On the average this string will last about 3 weeks. Overall I thought this was a well-rounded string with a good blend of power and some control.
Comments: The name "stamina" hardly describes this string. My friends used this and it lost tension by a lot in a few days and it broke in less than two weeks. I will never use this string.
Comments: I can hit topspin with this string; you just need the right racket. I have two Wilson ROK rackets strung with this string and love the string. It lasts forever and has great control and topspin. Again it's the racket more than the string.
Comments: Stamina string is very durable when strung at 58 lbs. on a Prince 03 Hybrid Comp MP which lasted about a month before the strings felt dead before breaking. Control was OK and power was terrible and spin was OK, but a lot of balls would go long in a week or two. im a 4.0 player with medium topspin and think I'll stay away from this string.
Comments: I'm a 15 year old who really liked the way Stamina played, but it lacked durability. I use a full western grip and play with heavy topspin. I found that every time I re-string it, it doesn't last as long as the previous time. I love the feel, but it breaks in about a week for me. I play five to six days a week, for at least 2 hours. I find stringing it is very easy as well. I really like the way this string plays, now if only Wilson could find a way to increase its durability. I am considering using Stamina for my crosses, and Babolat Pro Hurricane for my mains. O yea, I forgot to mention, I usually string it at 60 lbs, (two-piece) on my Prince o3 White.
Comments: Greatest string ever. Durability is good, and string any racket at full tension, and you would get more power and spin strung full tension. I recommend to anybody that likes their strings tight.
Comments: It�s hard to judge this string considering the strings don�t last long. But from what I have experience, these strings have cost me more than my original strings. Wilson Stamina is anything but stamina. Don�t be fooled by the name and don�t waste your money on this product. If you want durable strings, get Wilson Enduro Gold. Trust me on this one. I use Wilson Pro Staff 6.0 and play at an advance level and I will only use the Enduro string from here on.
Comments: I strung it @ 60 on my PS 6.0 95. It moves like crazy, control is poor, spin is poor, comfort is fine. It
lasted about 25 hours. I will not use it again. Gosen OG Sheep Micro Super JC is much better in every respect.
Comments: I am a hard hitting junior in high school and this string is awesome for my style of play because most
other strings can't handle the amount of top-spin that I put on the ball and usually break within 4 to 5 days. This string is
perfect for high school players because strings break often with 2 hours of practice every day for 5 days a week. I highly
recommend this string.
Comments: This string is pretty good. I use it on the crosses, mixed with Luxilon rough, and it lasted for about
two days for me, then it started loosening up. It broke in about two days. Great string but looses tension too fast for me. So if
you�re a high level junior, or player and you break strings a lot, this might not affect you.
Comments: This string is pretty durable. Only if you hit really hard and play a lot, I don't think you
will break the strings too quickly. When I played with it for about a week my arm started to become sore, and I'm
only 13 years old! My coach suggested it but I don't really know why because he teaches me topspin and it
doesn't produce spin well. In the beginning I thought it was too powerful, but now the blend of control and
power are just right. I don't really know if I love or hate it. I guess I will just keep looking for a string that is just
right. I recommend this string for beginners who hit flat. TOPSPINNERS DO NOT USE!
Comments: I was unimpressed by this string. Power was fair and spin was fair. Im a 4.5 player and
the strings broke an hour after playing a 5.5 player. If you�re looking for durability and you hit with power or a lot
of spin I would go with a different string.
Comments: The good part about this string is that it lasts. I've used Prince
Topspin and only get about 4.5 hours of play. I hear the ball coming off the strings and
sounds great. Max topspin is harder to obtain compared to any regular thin string. I'll restring
my racquet with Stamina again. (4.5 NTRP level.)
Comments: I've used Prince Synthetic Gut (original) for most of my life, but
decided to try out Stamina. Honestly, I
can't tell the difference between the two strings. They both have more of a crisp, as opposed
to dampened feel. By the way, if
you want a dampened and springy feeling synthetic, try Babolat superfine play. Both the
Prince and Wilson strings have relatively
low power, but have good control and good access spin. I've only been playing with Stamina
for a couple of weeks, so I can't
comment on its durability yet. Overall, on a scale of 1 to 10, I'd rate Stamina about a 7, and
the same rating for Prince Synthetic
Gut. Superfine Play I'd rate a 5 or 6; as I said, dampened feel, but not great on control or
Comments: I've used Prince Synthetic Gut (original) for most of my life, but
decided to try out Stamina. Honestly, I can't tell the difference between the two strings. They
both have more of a crisp, as opposed to dampened feel. By the way, if you want a
dampened and springy feeling synthetic string, try Babolat superfine play. Both the Prince
and Wilson strings have relatively low power, but have good control and good access spin.
I've only been playing with Stamina for a couple of weeks, so I can't comment on its durability
yet. Overall, on a scale of 1 to 10, I'd rate Stamina about a 7, and the same rating for Prince
Synthetic Gut. Superfine Play I'd rate a 5 or 6; as I said, dampened feel, but not great on
control or spin.
Comments: Eh, I tried this string and I did not really like the sound that comes
out of my racquet. After playing about 3.5 hours my arm started to hurt, I do not think I am
going to try Stamina again, its durability is decent, but otherwise I am going to try the Extreme
Synthetic Gut. I still recommend people to try it out because it might be the right string for
others but not me.
Comments:I don't know why everyone is giving the strung a bad review. It has
great feel, the spin potential is awesome & it is very durable. I play with a Head I-Radical
Mid-Plus & this string gives me all of the above. For the price you just can't beat it. I have
switched from Head Rip Control 16 to this string & love it. The Head I-Radical MP has a
dense string bed, thus it is hard to generate a large amount of spin, not with this string.
Comments: Great string for the money. Great durability and tension
maintenance, but can be a little tough on the arm. I must be missing something on other
comments about poor durability maybe it�s the dense string pattern of my racket that is
lending to my positive experience? I�m a 4.0 baseliner playing with a Head I Radical, stung
Comments: If you're looking for a soft string with a lot of feel, Wilson Stamina is
most definitely not the string for you. Strung
at 57 pounds on a Volkl V1 Classic frame (the same tension I had previously used with
Wilson Sensation), I found the Stamina to be
pingy, twangy and overly stiff. It made my racket feel like a piece of sheet metal. My mistake,
though. I don't break a lot of strings, so I
prefer strings with a lot of playability and feel rather than durability; I should have stuck with
something in that family in the first place.
Comments: I think stamina is great. It gives me everything, topspin, power,
control. I would give it an A+. But the bad part about it is that it doesn't last but about a week
for me and it can be hard on the arm after a while.
Comments: This string really disappointed me. I've been using Gosen OG
Sheep Micro 16, and it lasts me a week or two. I bought Stamina hoping I would get better
durability, but it only lasted me an hour. I hit with heavy topspin and medium power from the
baseline and this is not a good string to use if you hit with spin. Save your money and get a
set first so you won't be stuck with a reel of string that no one wants.
Comments: I am a Division I college tennis player and think that Stamina is a
great string. It lasts typically a week for me playing a couple hours each day, but the feel and
"softness" of the string is unmatched for the durability that it gets.
Comments: Wilson Stamina is not all that great. I'm a varsity high school tennis
player, with heavy top spin. Stamina doesn't give you a lot of spin potential and has very little
feel. On the positive side the durability is very good for the price that it costs. It lasts for about
2 weeks playing every day for 2 hours each day.
Comments: I used this string for the first time today! It was great compared to
the cheap string I was previously using. It may not have the playability for you advanced
players, but for me it was great, as I am an intermediate player who�s still improving. It feels
great and I recommend it!
Comments: Stamina plays soft (easy on the arm) and has good to very good
spin. Its durability was average for me and it's inexpensive. I like it!
Comments: I'm a 6.0 baseliner. Previous strings were Wilson Extreme (going
back to it) and Prince Synthetic Gut. I was breaking these about every 3 hours of play and that
got frustrating pretty quickly. I wanted something cheap but durable and tried the Stamina. It
has nice feel, but is potentially lethal to the arm. It plays flatter than a synthetic gut meaning it
offers less spin and requires more effort than a synthetic gut. I enjoyed this as I don't need a
heck of a lot of spin, but this string ruined my arm due to its extreme stiffness.
Comments: I tried this string two times on my Wilson ProStaff 6.1. Both times I
broke the string in about 2.5hrs of play. Stamina? I think not!
Comments: This string is what you pay for. Regular synthetic gut plays better.
The spin is poor and durability is average. Power is poor. I am a 4.0 baseline player with
heavy topspin (full western grip).Would recommend Forten Thin Blend for durability and
Comments: I loved that traditional feel of Wilson Stamina 16, but it was hard to
get spin. I found myself hitting the ball out a lot. Durability was a little more than average. I
have a moderate swing and broke the string in two and a half weeks. I don't think I'll be
buying Wilson Stamina 16 anymore. I'll probably try Stamina Spin.
Comments: If you break strings frequently and are considering a polyester
string, try Stamina first. It isn't quite as stiff, is easier on the arm, and plays better (spin and
power) than a polyester. However, if chronic string breaking is not a significant problem, I'd
suggest something softer (Prince w/ Duraflex, Topspin, Live Wire XP, etc.). I actually cut
Stamina out well before it would have broken due to its stiffness, despite dropping 7lbs.
from my normal tension. Strung in an Original Slazenger Pro Braid @ 68-64.
Comments: Wilson Stamina 16 Synthetic Gut is a good strong string with a nice
pop but it's hard to get good spin. Almost as strong as a polyester string. Overall I would
Comments: I broke Prince Duraflex 16 gauge in one week of playing. My racquet
with Wilson Stamina in it has lasted about a month. I'm a 4.0 player with heavy topspin.
Comments: The good part about this string is that it lasts almost as
long as a polyester string, although it doesn't have the rough feel of
polyester. The pop is really great. Although, is doesn't seem to
grip the ball well, so spin is harder to obtain compared to regular
strings, in my opinion. I like spin. I don't think I'll restring my
racquet with Stamina again. (4.0 NTRP level.)
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