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Comments: I love this string. I have been using it for two years. Nice feel, spin potential and it never moves around. The power is moderate but no bad. It takes long time to break. I recommend to any player 4.0 and plus.
Comments: This string has been the best I've ever used. It has amazing durability, great control, good power and spin. I first used the 16g at 62lbs in my old nSix-two, and was more than happy with its performance. Now, in my nBlade I am using the 17g at 57 lbs to compensate for the tighter string pattern, I'm getting near identical performance, the epitome of excellence. Plus, the orange color is pretty sweet too.
Comments: Strung my Price Graphite Classic Mid. with the 17 GA version and broke the main within first 10 minutes of hitting. This might have been a fluke just as one of the previous comments indicated. Maybe it was the open pattern of the PGC, maybe my hitting since I like to take a big swings at the ball (6'4" and 200lbs). Reading and listening a lot about these strings over the last few years I was under the impression that the durability was much better. Nevertheless it was a great feel and lot of power while it lasted.
Comments: This is the softest playing poly I've played with and I�ve tried them all. It�s softer than Luxilon ALU Power and more like Monotec Supersense. The durability is great and tension maintenance is OK - better than the 17 and 17L versions. Not as comfortable as most synthetics, but more so than the majority of polys.
Comments: This string is an overall okay string. I used it as my mains and super smash as
my crosses at 60. Very durable string, I got it strung about a month ago, and I still have it. I
play about 4 -6 hours a week. The string is quite stiff though, but the overall playability is
good. Good spin too. Great tension maintenance. The strings don't move either. Overall,
I'd probably use a similar string (one thats stiff but good spin/durability), and hybridize it
with a softer playing string, to give it more feel, but I probably won't use this string again.
(try something like babolat pro hurricane/Xcel premium)
Comments: This string is the worst I've used. It felt like mush from the beginning. However, it
power. It would probably be great for a baseliner, but I'm an all courter. It's strung on a Volkl Quantum 10 Tour
Comments: This string is too harsh on the arms, even when I strung it as a hybrid with synthetic. It�s
all right for
for those with flat strokes and use lots of flat powerful first serves, I will not recommend it.
Comments: These are good strings for only a while. They seem to lose tension
quickly. They are excellent strings if you want extra spin, you can hit the ball very hard and the
ball just seems to go in! On the other hand, they are horrible during the winter months, the
strings are so stiff and have no pop to them. Give them a try and have an on and off time with
Comments: This string is too lively for me. The trampoline effect is very
pronounced. I would even call it springy feeling. With the price increase, there are better
alternatives to this string, IMO.
Comments: The thing I love about Touch Turbo is its predictable response. I
know exactly how the ball will react when I hit it. And, it stays this way until it breaks! I'm a 16
year-old junior player and it has been so fun playing with this string. Great tension holding
string, and very durable too. I recommend it to everybody. I also recommend lowering
tension though, as it strings up tightly. I play with it @ 54 LBS on my Yonex MP-Tour 1 90. I
usually play @ 58-60lbs with regular synthetic gut. Well worth the price. I'm going to use it
until I find something better.
Comments: This is a great string! I played for about 3 hours today for the first
time with them and won both matches! They have really nice feel and great control. I think
they even add a bit of power to my game! I would definitely recommend this string to anyone
looking for more control.
Comments: I've been playing with Luxilon Big Banger for the last 2 years, but I
wasn�t satisfied with it, because of its lack of feel. So I've tried the Touch Turbo and one
thing is sure. I will play with this one from now and for the next decade. It has everything a
player can ask for. It�s powerful (even more than the Big Banger), but it gives you all the
control that you need to play the kind of tennis you want to play. From the baseline or at the
net, the feeling is the same. You can do what you want. The greatest string ever made is
born. It�s cheaper and better than all the others in its category.
Comments: I just switched from Luxilon Big Banger Alu Power and can't say
enough good things about this string. It has all the positive qualities of the Luxilon, i.e.
power, control and durability, and vastly surpasses the Luxilon in the areas of spin potential,
comfort and feel. Also, it is much cheaper, to boot. I have played at least 10 matches with
two Head Liquid Metal 4 racquets strung at 59lbs and they still play the same as day one.
Plus, the strings show no wear, amazing.
Comments: I have tried every Luxilon and most of the polyester strings and I
would have to say that this is the best string I have ever used. It is powerful yet control
oriented. It is much easier on the arm than other similar strings. I'm sticking with this one.
Comments: I have tried well over 20 different types of string, and this is by far the
worst string I have ever tried. Absolutely no feel or control at all. The instant you make
contact with the ball it sends the ball spraying all over the court. If you like polyester strings,
stick with Super Smash Honey, at least it has some feel.
Comments: Great strings, nice feel, power, and durability.
I play with a Wilson 5.3, Midplus or Head Heat, Midplus generally strung at 63lbs. But, I string
these racquets at 56lbs and 55lbs using Turbo, respectively.
Because of coil memory, it takes more time to string a racquet, but the performance of the
strings justify the extra few minutes.
Comments: I just started using the Touch Turbo string and I can say it was a
tremendous choice. The Touch Turbo provides more power for my Dunlop 300G. It has a
much livelier feel and provides excellent spin for various strokes. The string has a
surprisingly soft feel to it as well. I've gotten 6 hours of hard hitting tennis out of it already
and it is playing as well as it did in the first 30 minutes. The Strings have barely moved.
Without question, this is Kirschbaum's best string for playability and power. I've used
Head's Intellitour 17 gauge and the Gamma Live Wire. This string is clearly superior and
costs much less as well. For the money, you can't do any better.
Comments: I have the Dunlop 300G and have used just about every string out there
from Bablot VS Team to NXT Tour nothing compares to Touch Turbo it has the best power,
control and feel. Plus, the strings don't move at all!
It has so much bite for spin. I got 15 hours out of my first set strung at 63 pounds when it
broke it played like the first hour I installed it. I feel like this string is better than natural Gut.
Comments: I have played for about a week with this string and love it. I get good
control and feel, power is moderate and the durability is excellent. The strings are still in
good condition with only slight notching on the mains. Even though I hit with heavy topspin
on my groundstrokes, these strings do not move at all. Touch Turbo may just become my
Comments: After an hour and a half of hitting, I loved this string, as good as my
first impressions of TiMo, yet different because I have already played with TiMo. Turbo has
the control of TiMo, without the stiffness (felt amazingly soft), had more power, basically
same spin potential. The "softness" felt a lot like Lux Supersense, but without the
"springiness" and lack of control I felt, a nice soft /muted feel, yet excellent control and very
nice power level for me. I felt I could really hit out like with TiMo, which I really like. I could not
consistently play with TiMo (even hybrid) because it just eventually hurt my arm. This is only
one hit, but arm felt very good after the session, and I did string an all Touch Turbo job. I use
a Yonex 1500, strung the TT at 60 mains, and 57 crosses. From my first hit I would
recommend that Poly/Lux lovers really give this string a try, one of best I have hit with. After
playing 4 sets of dubs, I have to say this Touch Turbo stuff has me impressed. I'm getting
ready for our last 4.5 USTA match this weekend, we win we go to sectionals, we lose we
don't go. Anyway, the more I play with this string the more impressed I am. Its got spin, nice
power level, control, comfort and feel. Strings don't move, maybe I just had a good day and I
would have played well with anything, but at this time these strings rock. Definitely all around
better than TiMo in my opinion.
Comments: I got about 14 hours out of my first set, I broke a string on a very
hard hit at the top of the racquet. The string broke in the grommet at the curve. I think this
was a fluke because the strings have no wear at all and still don't move, at the moment that
it broke they felt just as powerful and controlable as the first moment I installed them! I would
swear that the sweet spot is better and much bigger now with this string than any other I
have used in my Dunlop 300G. I have used these strings at leastst two times each --
Gamma XP16 and 17,Gamma Professional 1SOO Speed ProLaser fibre Supreme,
Laserfibre Pro stock, most everything from Tecnifibre, most everything from Prince ect. I
know it sounds like I work for this company (for the record I do not!) I just feel that this string
is the answer for most Players 4.0 and up,maybe some 3.0 or 3.5 as well when I was at that
level I couldent tell the difference.
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