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Comments: Great combination of power and control. Spin potential is average for polys. Full bed strung at 52 lbs in
a Blade 98 S gives a nice crisp feel and controllable power.
From: Anon, 11/14
Comments: I use this string in a full bed on a Dunlop M 3.0 and this string plays great. Nice feel, power, control
and no arm issues.
From: Ramky, 7/13
Comments: Turbo Twist is a great string with good directional control and feel. It's also powerful and
soft. In fact, it's softer than some of the stiffer multis. I love it in the mains with a stiff multi in the crosses at 50
pounds. Great job Weiss Cannon!
From: Christian, 6/12
Comments: I use this on my Yonex Ezone 100 with Technifibre NRG 18g on the crosses. Nice access to
control. Easy on the arm. Highly recommend!
From: Jackie, 4/12
Comments: I use turbo twist as the cross stings with Babolat Tonic Feel (17g) in the mains. For me, this
combination is comfortable, durable, and provides a nice blend of accuracy, power, spin, and feel. The strings never
move out of
place, and my shots are very consistant. I can't afford to have my rackets restrung with Champion's Choice every 8
Roger, so this is my cost effective alternative. I use a Volkl PB10 and string at 59 lbs mains, 57 crosses.
From: Rob, 4/12
Comments: This string is phenomenal! I tested some of the textured poly strings Babalot RPM, Lux
Barbwire & Tour Bite, Technifibre code black & code rough, and WeissCannon blackstar & Turbotwist. Out of those
strings, I love
the Turbotwist the most for feel, spin, and power. I use Wilson Juice Pro BLX. For spin, the best is Solinco TourBite but
is right behind it. However, for the comboination of great feel, awesome spin-potential, and controlled power, Weiss
From: Lee, 1/12
Comments: This string is very comfortable and exceptionally playable, it has a bit of a flatter feel but I
use this as a
cross string with BB Ace and it is awesome, I also have a racket with it in full bed and it is very good also, NO need to
10% it is soft and fine with your normal multi tension. Strung BB Ace 53 / Weiss Cannon TT 55 on Wilson BLX 18/20.
From: Arne, Canada, 02/11
Comments: I had been searching for a good string combination that could give me the feel, spin, power
for my game. I tried several polyesters like MSV Focus Hex hybrid with several synthetic guts and soft multifibers. I also
tennis elbow problem several months ago. Found good combinations out there but tension loss and durability was a
issue. My last hybrid was a WC Turbo Twist 17L 59lbs on mains and Mantis Power Synthetic gut on crosses at 57lbs.
loss and durability by the soft cross was disappointing. A string specialist suggested I tried a full bed of WC TT 17L at
58 lbs on
my Volkl PB9. I was reluctant due to my past elbow issues but got a pleasant surprise.
WC TT 17L in a full bed is AWESOME! It plays wonderful providing lots of spin like good textured strings, feel is comparable to multifibers, power is there, control is amazing. Durability is off the charts and tension loss is minimum. My elbow is fine and the quality of my game has increased significantly. Indeed, this is the kind of string that gives you the confidence to try all kinds of shots. Outstanding with drop shots and backhand slices. Bottom line, it does everything well. I agree, this is a different category of a string.
From: Adrian, Queretaro, Mexico, 11/10
Racquet: Volkl PB 9 WCTT 17L 58/58
Comments: This string gave me the confidence I was searching for months. It plays wonderfully in the
Babolat VS team gut 1.25 in the mains on a Yonex RDiS 300 racquet. Great for tennis elbow.
From: Vlady, Paris, France, 10/10
Comments: I have played already with Babolat Pro Hurricane, Pro Hurricane Tour, Topspin Cyber Flash,
Tornado, Luxilon BB Ace, Timo, XP, Alu Power Rough and based on advice from stringer of Czech Davis Cup team
Stepanek, Tomas Berdych,...) Richard Sodek I have decided to give a chance to weisscannon strings. Finally, I have
combination of Weisscannon Turbotwist 18 and weisscannon explosive! Guys, Mr. Weiss, owner and engineer of his
brand is just
genius!!! Such a combination of feel, spin and power!! How the hell is it possible? It bite the ball with such as ease and
flat balls and slices with comfort of multifilament! When I have tested it for the first time I have been comparing it to
tornado (with the same crosses). Even the sound coming out of the stringbed was so different, and power and feel
This string is just amazing and anyone who likes sweet feel when the ball hits the stringbed should definitely try this
Weisscannon strings are definitely undervalued comparing to Luxilon. At least for me, they are at completely different
From: Vladimir, Puchov, Slovakia (formerly part of Czechoslovakia). 5/10
Racquet: Head Flexpoint Radical MP, 56/54 lbs
Comments: For the past few weeks, I've been testing a few poly strings for I want to add more power and
my game. Out of the few strings that I've tested, such as Tecnifibre Black Code 17, Lux TiMo 17L, and MSV Focus Hex
Cannon Turbotwist 17L was the best. It gave me lots of spin, power and feel. Also, stringing it wasn't that difficult.
Thus far, this
string is on top of my list.
From: Hoang, Seattle, WA. 4/10