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Stannie
04-09-2008, 01:22 PM
I'm looking for cheap Poly/multi blend available in reels (a reel of the poly and a reel for the multi).

Any suggestions?

Stan

PROTENNIS63
04-09-2008, 01:33 PM
For polys there are many:

Average polys:
Gosen Polylon
Babolat Ballistic
Topspin Poly Polar

More popular polys:
Topspin Cyber Flash
Pro Supex Big Ace
Signum Pro Poly Plasma
Pro Supex Premier Ace
Luxilon Big Banger series- not cheap though
Polyfibre TCS


There so many others. It is hard to think of them all. As for multis, the cheapest that comes in reels is Pro Supex Maxim Touch. NXT and NRG2 don't even come in 660' reels- if they would it would cost like $200 anyways. Wilson Sensation is also cheap but is crappy.


*Note by average I mean they are not the greatest of polys. I am sure some poeple love Poly Polar, Polylon etc but hate Cyber Flash, Lux, etc.

^^^I had to write that or else people here get offended easily. :)

downey stringing master
04-09-2008, 01:36 PM
gosen polylon is a nice string for a set is 2.95 of tw.. and multi.. little more pricey but worth it.. yonex tour super 850 for 8.95 for a set .. a $11.00 set up. this will string two rackets!

PROTENNIS63
04-09-2008, 02:17 PM
NRG2 actually does come in 660' reels, costs $185.

Freedom
04-09-2008, 09:15 PM
I'm also looking for a good blend to go with Luxilon. I like full Luxilon, but its expensive and not the most comfortable thing in the world. What's a good string to go with it? (And would you put the Luxilon as mains or crosses?)

Roberto
04-10-2008, 03:13 AM
Luxilon gets very expensive if you mix with a multifilament because it will then brake 5 times earlier than full Luxilon alu. I used to play with full Luxilon alu power and those strings lasted almost forever, so quite inexpensive in the end.

JLyon
04-10-2008, 08:10 AM
Gosen Polyon Ice\Gosen Syn Gut == $60 for a 660' Reel of each and you will be able to string 30+ Rackets == $2 a racket can not do better than that.