Tecnifibre Black Code 16 String 200m Reel Customer feedback
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Comments: This string was fantastic for my racquet, the Head Youtek Speed Rev. I string it at 52 lbs. Great power
and spin and no loss of tension after 1 month (I play 4 times a week). For a long time before playing with pentagonal strings, I
used ALU Power Rough but this pentagonal string is much better for spin and control of the ball.
Comments: I have used this string for the past 4 months (with occasional stringing), and it has done quite well. The
string starts off very stiff and does hurt a bit, but once you break into it, it turns into a spin monster. Aside from the spin, I was
rather disappointed with the power and feel. The string felt very lively, but got to a point where it hurt. The power was one of the
worse ones out of the polys, it was geared more for big hitters. A minor con about this string is the inconsistency. As I hit with it, i
noticed that it had almost no forgiveness, and had very different results when hitting different spots. This string is comparable to
babolat hurricane pro tour, and I would reccomend this string to any big hitters who can generate their own power and control.
Comments: Surprised that some people still find this to be stiff as I have personally tried this in a hybrid and a full
set and it is one of the softest setups around, almost too soft. Threw on a dampener so it sounds better and fell in love. Tested in
a hybrid with my Wilson Juice and then a full bed on Head Extreme. Liked the full set more, so I currently have my Juice getting
restrung in with a full bed of it.
Comments: This type of string is one of the best out there and is my personal favorite.
Comments: I have hit with the Babolat RPM Blast and the Luxilon ALU Power, but the Black Code is better than both.
I string my racquet at 58 lbs, so the string is stiff but provides great access to power and loads of spin. The RPM Blast would lose
tension after about 5-7 hours of hitting, but with the Black Code I didn't start to feel a loss in tension until around 11 hours of
play. Overall, the string is great for an all-court game and I would definitely recommend it.
Comments: Definitely one of the most stiff poly strings out there. It has a medium soft, plastic feel. Immediately I
felt pain in my elbow and shoulder. Luxilon Big Banger ALU has a softer feel than this. I was hoping this string would be good,
however, it's not very pliable. It's just too stiff.
Comments: This string was fantastic until I began to have pain in my elbow which may or may not have been the
string... great spin and power for this string overall
Comments: I love this string. Like others have said: lots of spin, lots of power and lots of control. However for me,
not a lot of durability. The feel and response noticeably diminish after 3-4 hours and eventually deaden right before they break. I
used it for six months and broke a string every 3-4 weeks. If you like fresh strings regularly (some people do) this is for you.
Comments: This string is unbelievable! I was skeptical at first because polyester often hurts my elbow, but this
string is softer and if strung in the low 50s, it is quite comfortable. This string has so much bite, and I get a lot more spin on my
kick serve. It is also priced much better than Babolat RPM Blast or Luxilon Big Banger Rough. Give this a try!
Comments: This is the first full-poly setup I've ever used (54 lbs on Aero Storm Cortex). After the initially couple
hours of hitting, these strings felt very good for backhand slice, volleys, serving, and topspin forehands. I like this string a lot. I'm
excited to test it as a hybrid with other polys.
Comments: Best string ever but does go dead after a few times playing. Has the same performance as Luxilon alu-
power but less expensive and little more forgiving.
Comments: Dang...... that's all I can say. I use a Wilson Kobra K factor, which is like a copy of the APD but I like it
better. When I strung it with this string, the racket just felt like the ball was attached to the strings. When I was trying a kick serve,
I felt so much control on my contact point and my release point. Seriously it feels like you can control the release like throwing a
baseball. Before my kick serves usually ended up having too much spin or being to flat. But with this string I can control
everything. Okay as you might have imagined the racket is full of spin. Yes full of. You can slice well, put a lot of topspin, and I
believe it is pretty much arm friendly. The only downside is that it's kind of hard to get used to it when your trying to hit deep
groundstrokes. They are hard to get them deep enough. But otherwise very nice strings with good dura, and comfort
Comments: This very string arms both my BABOLAT PURE DRIVE GT and AEROPRO DRIVE GT. This I have to admit,
totally RIPS the BALL with so much SPIN along with a 24kg tension.[hehe "Nadals"] provides the perfect balance of power and spin.
Its funny because I've been using these strings way before the RPM Blast was conceived and never will I ever part with this string.
I've always used Technifibre Strings and with the BLACK CODE 16's. It just gets better and better. Deadly too.
Comments: Pretty good string. I get a lot of spin with it even with big western grip. It doesn't lose tension that
much and has a good feel.
Comments: Good strings, but the major problem is, it hurts your arm. I know 3 people who play this string: Two
4.0s and a 5.0. Their arms all started to hurt and quit using the strings; even after a day of using it it took them a few days(3-5)to
recover fully. But if you are good player, I do recommend getting them. I do know two juniors that are around 15th in the nation,
and they love the strings. So, if you're insanely good, get them, but if you're not, consider another string.
Comments: I rarely write reviews or comment on anything but I have been extremely satisfied by these strings. I
have a Babolat aero pro and these strings work like none other ive tried. They offer great tension, great topspin, exceptional
control ( balls hitting the line a lot) and they are durable and dosent loose its tension. I play about 4 times a week and have not
seen a difference and I've been using them for about 2 months.
The only minor problem I had was in the beginning they didn't work good but within a day or 2 that changed and now they work
Comments: Excellent string, great control, adds some spin and feels very comfortable. Wonderful for approaching
shots, since I use it (1 month) I rarely have missed an approach. Rock-solid in defense, but soft, it's difficult to describe it if you
don't try it. Before I used Head Rip control and recently moved to Luxilon Alu, but this one drastically improved my game. Love it.
Comments: These are the best string deals you could have for the price. These strings felt good. Good bite good
power and good control. I would recommended this to people who play aggressively.
Comments: I play exclusively with Luxilon original and ALU, full poly setup. Gave this string a try since it was new.
Feels slightly softer than either luxilon string. Not as powerful as alu but seems to maintain tension better than alu. spin is pretty
good but not as good as lux original. Just good all around, but nothing great. It's a "comfortable" poly string, easy on the arms.
Comments: I'm not sure why there is such a drastic deviation in reviews. I've played 6 sets in singles and 3 sets in
doubles with this string as a cross and it's still performing great. I think it holds tension very well. However, it did take about an
hour and a half before still started getting softer and breaking in. Initially, it was extremely stiff. I had my doubts, but now using it
as a cross with gut mains. Probably one of the best setups I've ever used! Great spin, power, control, feel and tension
maintenance. I didn't really like it in a full bed. It was stiff, hurt my arm, and made pinging noises.
Comments: Sorry have to disagree with the 2nd comment. This string bleeds tension very quickly 3 sets and it was
done. MSV Hex is a better string if you want the shaped strings. Although, I will say it's a better playing string than most shaped
polys (cough cough Blue Gear), I will need to test further to back these claims fully however, so jury is still out. I strung Black Code
in the mains and Topspin Cyber Blue in the crosses (Cyber Blue is my fav string at the moment, although I would like to change to
a multi or premium syngut (then i will have even more tension problems).
Comments: I just started hitting with this string about a week ago and I like it a lot. Puts the right amount of spin
on the ball, but I can still hit power when I need to. I'm going to keep using this string.
Comments: I did a play test on this string for another source and have been using it for about 6-8 weeks so far. I
have to disagree with the post that said it had considerable tension loss and went dead after an hour. This string maintains
tension better than just about any poly out there. It does take a bit of adjustment to get used to the way it plays at first, but once
you get used to it you will be pleasantly be surprised. Nice control, power available when needed, soft feel, good spin. All around
it is one of the best strings I have played to date. Some will compare it to MSV Hex, but I have to say that having played them side
by side the Tecnifibre string is a better overall string and holds tension better.
Comments: Felt good for about the first hour but went dead after that. Considerable tension loss with this string.
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