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Comments: For those looking for a durable, arm friendly multi, then try the Power Fiber string. Just a little stiffer
than some of the other multis out there and slightly thicker 1.32 mm. The urathane coating gives the string good elasticity and it
maintains tension well. Might want to sting up one pound higher to allow for drop off. If you want to soften the string bed -- try a
17g cross or a softer cross. Pro Suppex Maxim touch is a great combo. This is one of the most durable multis out there with great
playability, but is hard to find.
From: Larry, 8/13
Comments: I ordered my '13 Aeropro drive GT+ with poly strings. The combination was way too stiff resulting in
immediate elbow pain never felt before. Replaced it with a multifilament strung at a lower tension 50lb. Initial first hour play test
very crisp, smooth power delivery, and had a satisfying pop feel. I'm a flat ball hitter so string movement wasn't an issue. Very
comfortable on the arm, wrist, and elbow. Having the right string is like driving with the right performance tires.
From: Larry, 6/13
Comments: I have been playing this string for about 2 months now. It is a very good multi. I get good
durability, spin, comfort and control compared to other "premium" multi's like SP Micronite, NRG2, BP X1, NXT, and
LaserFibre Super Natural Gut Phenom. I think it is priced very reasonably too,I have a reel and my buy another.
From: Anon, 5/12