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Comments: I adore this string. This is the first and only co-poly I have used that didn't hurt my elbow, and the spin
created by a full set is just superb. At 48lbs and with a flexible racquet it actually has a comfortale feel and elasticity that provides
some nice pop. I have tried many polys without joy (PH, RPM, Sonic Pro, you name it). This wonderful string has brought me
happiness on court. Way to go Polyfibre!
From: Marc, 10/12
Comments: I was a bit disappointed with this string. It played avg-good in most categories (control/durability/feel)
but only fair in terms of power. Most disappointing was spin potential which I have to say was only avg-I did not experience the
"unprecedented spin capability" touted by the manufacturer. In all a decent but expensive poly, there are better options available
and at a lower price!
From: Rick, 4.5 player, nyc, ny. 1/09
Comments:This is a hidden gym and I think it is the most playable poly on the market. I have used Alu Power,
Hurricane and Hurricane tour, red code, pro supex blue gear, prince tour, Wilson enduro, tcs, etc. This is the softest, most
resilient of the bunch without a doubt. String 1-2 lbs tighter than you would for alu or hurricane tour. Very soft, lively, and
powerful, but still with great control and ball bite.
From: Jason, DC, USA, 12/08
Comments: Spent lots of efforts and money looking for Luxilon Big Banger replacement. This guy is quite alive with
amazing good feel. For hard hitters, I wouldn't reduce the tension by 10% like other polyesters. At 55 lbs hybrid with ISO Speed
control 16g, the result is unbelievable. I think Polyfibre sets the price a bit too high, therefore no one else yet dares/wants/willing
to give this a shot.
TCS Rapid is better than the original TCS.
From: Bluefish, Atlanta. 12/07