YTex Quadro Twist 16L 660' String Reel Black Customer feedback
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Comments: Love this string at 57 lbs in the RF97. I will up the tension a couple of pounds and try a hybrid with gut
in mains, just because I am curious. But I am really happy with this string in a full bed as it has natural gut like feel on its own with
the spin benefits of a poly. Tried it side by side with Luxilon ALU Power in the same frame and prefer Quadro Twist. The first
shaped string that has impressed me.
Comments: I'm a 5.0 player and recently switched to the Graphene Speed Pro. Been trying out my usual favorites at
around 50 lbs -- Solinco Tour Bite, Cyclone, Lux Spin and had settled on Lux Alu Power as I felt the 18x20 needed a little extra
pop that the Alu Power offered over the other strings. However, I really enjoy Shaped//Twisted Polys, so after the positive TW
review, gave Quadro Twist a test. The Tour Bite, Cyclone and Lux Spin are very spin friendly Polys, but the Quadro Twist is in its
own league -- an absolute spin machine and really noticeable, hence worth leaving feedback. Quadro twist is a lot softer then the
other strings mentioned, so I upped the tension to 53 lbs and that added enough control. Plenty of power -- it really suits the
18x20 string pattern.
Comments: Lively and comfortable. More comfortable than RPM Blast, but also a little more lively. In fact, a little
too lively. I did string it at 55 lbs, the same as I do for RPM. Perhaps if I had strung it at 57 or 58 lbs, it would have worked for me.
Comments: Love this string. Nice power and spin. I have been using RPM Blast which was good but this was better.
Tried Luxilon ALU Power/Hurricane Tour hybrid and this blew that away. I was able to hit great slice backhands and low liner shots
in doubles. Very happy with this string. Strung it at 52/50 lbs. Got it on sale during Christmas. But I will be paying full price for
this one. The control was great!
Comments: I agree, this is a lively, good feeling string. It provided average spin, not exceptional. The lifespan was
pretty poor however. I strung at 56 lbs on my Wilson Steam 105S. Perhaps the open string pattern on such a stiff larger head was
too much for the string. The strings showed a lot of notching and broke pretty quickly, probably within 6-8 matches/3-4 weeks.
I'd recommend on a racquet with denser string pattern.
Comments: This is by far the best string I have ever played including natural gut. Great feel, nice power and
extraordinary control from all areas of the court.
Comments: I only have three words -- My new string!
Comments: Good string but I feel the whole "massive spin" is over rated and I'm not getting massive spin at all
at 56 lbs). But I do like it and it gives good spin. The feel is great and softness is great as well. I am very happy with it. It does play
better then RPM Blast. But for $12.50, you can't go wrong. I am going to wait and see how Big Hitter Black does compared to this
string so I will know what one is truly better. But overall, good string -- power control and spin are great. Worth a try for sure.
Comments: I am into my fourth week playing with this string and it is holding up very well. Really nice feel and not
harsh at all, however more then that, the feel is crisp and with touch. You feel better connected overall. It is medium powered and
probably not for a flat hitter. If you can generate your own power, prepare well and have longer strokes, you will get huge spin
very heavy balls. String is also great on volleys. I have tried lots of polys including the icons LUX ALU Power, Babolat RPM and
This one is truly a step ahead and does not seem to have a weakness.
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