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Comments: I used this as a hybrid setup with Black Zone 17 in the mains at 52 lbs and Gosen Synthetic Gut
16 in the crosses at 51 lbs in a Prince Tour 100 16 x18 very nice.
From: David, 10/16
Comments: A very good choice for "rocket launchers" like the Xi/Ai100 or APD. If you have a full swing, this
string makes your racquet very controllable. Every shot is powerful and low profile. After two weeks and 15+ hours of
hitting it is playable, even though shredding and pops a little more. Volk Cyclone and Tourna Big Hitter Blue worked for me
as well, but Cyclone takes time to break in and dies within 2 weeks. With more power than Big Hitter Blue, the trajectory is
much higher, it's hard to control the depth.
From: Timur, 7/15
Comments: I'm not really a fan of the other Tourna polys, but this one is a winner. It has great feel, great
and last longer than most polys. For this price point this is a no brainer.
From: TobyTopspin, 12/14
Comments: I have used these strings in a hybrid with RPM Blast. Black Zone as the main and it felt fantastic --
spin, great power and a consistent string bed. I hybrid it with RPM simply cause I had a half set left over and I am sure glad
From: Reece, 8/14
Comments: If you are a fan of strings such as Savage black or Black Magic, then this string will be right up
It has a similar soft feel like the strings listed above when strung as a full bed. In terms of power, I would rank Black Magic
Zone > Savage Black. Spin potential is about the same in all three strings. After about 6 hours of play, the strings show
movement and tension loss.
From: Ben, 2/14