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BigGriff
02-20-2009, 11:24 PM
I just got a couple of packs of a new poly from Topspin called Concept Pure. Anybody try it yet???

lawlitssoo1n
02-21-2009, 10:05 AM
i just read some review of it and it seems like a great string. i wanna get a reel of these and hybird them with CF on crosses, and CP on mains.

lpicken
02-21-2009, 12:33 PM
^^^That sound's like a potent hybrid. Let us know how it turns out. Full CF is killing my arm but I love the stuff once I tweaked it to my game and broke it in.

lawlitssoo1n
02-21-2009, 08:31 PM
^^^That sound's like a potent hybrid. Let us know how it turns out. Full CF is killing my arm but I love the stuff once I tweaked it to my game and broke it in.

btw what gauge to you use?
i have 16G and getting 17G. but i don't know what to put on my kblade tour

408tennisguy
02-21-2009, 08:41 PM
I just ordered 2 sets to try out, I have a reel of SPPP and a reel of baseline speed coming in from TW..... If i like this new string I might have to return my reels....I liked cyberblue but it was too hard on my arm, and I got alot of spin from Cyberflash but didn't like it at first

lawlitssoo1n
02-21-2009, 08:43 PM
I just ordered 2 sets to try out, I have a reel of SPPP and a reel of baseline speed coming in from TW..... If i like this new string I might have to return my reels....I liked cyberblue but it was too hard on my arm, and I got alot of spin from Cyberflash but didn't like it at first

hm.. cyberblue is pretty soft. i don't know how it can hurt ur arm comparted to other polys

408tennisguy
02-21-2009, 08:50 PM
hm.. cyberblue is pretty soft. i don't know how it can hurt ur arm comparted to other polys

Well it was a lot stiffer than SPPP pure and it ended up hurting my arm after about 2 hours

ambro
02-21-2009, 08:55 PM
i just read some review of it and it seems like a great string. i wanna get a reel of these and hybird them with CF on crosses, and CP on mains.

Two polys in a hybrid is worthless. Unless you're doing it solely for the different colors. Otherwise, there is no benefit, really.

lawlitssoo1n
02-21-2009, 09:51 PM
Two polys in a hybrid is worthless. Unless you're doing it solely for the different colors. Otherwise, there is no benefit, really.

Im doing it so i get a stiffer feel from the CF.

ambro
02-21-2009, 10:23 PM
Still, if you feel any difference it is mainly psychological. And if you like that, and it helps you play better, more power to you. But I'm just saying it has no real physical benefits that would be noticeable.

lawlitssoo1n
02-21-2009, 11:33 PM
Still, if you feel any difference it is mainly psychological. And if you like that, and it helps you play better, more power to you. But I'm just saying it has no real physical benefits that would be noticeable.

then why do u go natural gut/poly? the poly is useless on the crosses.

Lloyd Barcenilla
02-22-2009, 12:03 AM
How do you think this will compare to Big ace and cyber blue?

PED
02-22-2009, 05:33 PM
Still, if you feel any difference it is mainly psychological. And if you like that, and it helps you play better, more power to you. But I'm just saying it has no real physical benefits that would be noticeable.

I'd have to kindly disagree with you on this.

I used to use cyberpower mains and CF crosses: it was a nice combo since the CP is a good bit softer than the CF and is a good bit more powerful as well.

If two strings different playing characteristics (even if they are polys) why wouldn't there be a benefit from putting them together? For example, ALU are BA are both polys but they couldn't be more different :)

BTW, from your sig, I love that Klip Excellerator/CF setup, it's really nice and I found that I liked X1/CF even more but couldn't get more than 2 hours or so out of it.

PROTENNIS63
02-22-2009, 05:34 PM
On the german topspin website they say it is a poly with no color additives making it very soft. Might be the same as one of their other polys but just has no color added to it.

Lloyd Barcenilla
02-22-2009, 10:46 PM
On the german topspin website they say it is a poly with no color additives making it very soft. Might be the same as one of their other polys but just has no color added to it.

If this is the case, i'm guessing a cyber white?

Casco
02-23-2009, 05:02 PM
Looking forward to someone using it and describing it.

lawlitssoo1n
02-23-2009, 05:17 PM
i contacted topspin and they said the string is a newer development of cyber blue

Blade0324
02-23-2009, 07:57 PM
I have a couple sets of this on the way that should be here by the end of the week to demo. Have a good contact that was able to get me them to try out for free. I'll be stringing them up quite soon and will let you know my thoughts.

Lloyd Barcenilla
02-24-2009, 11:31 AM
Just hit with a set of topspin cyberpower, haven't used it in a while.
All i can say is wow, amazing stuff.

old coach
02-24-2009, 11:58 AM
i contacted topspin and they said the string is a newer development of Cyber blue

If it is newer development of Cyber Blue than may be it is indeed Cyber Blue without any coloring, which in fact will give you more spin and power.
I will have to make a few phone calls on this subject.

408tennisguy
02-25-2009, 07:21 PM
Just strung up my ncode 6.1 95 16x18 with the 1.24 gauge at 57lbs and will play test it tomorrow, I will post back here with a review

MarrratSafin
02-26-2009, 02:38 AM
Suppose this is just a dirty rumor. It is a good tactic to kill the competition. If you actually go down his blog, there is a negative post about TW... this says a lot about this fellow from ggtennis.

As a matter of fact, I called SDP yesterday and they said they have not even tested this string. They will only receive it next week where they will be testing it at Tarik's academy.

I agree. 10 chars

Lloyd Barcenilla
02-26-2009, 11:39 AM
Just strung up my ncode 6.1 95 16x18 with the 1.24 gauge at 57lbs and will play test it tomorrow, I will post back here with a review

Let us know what you think

408tennisguy
02-27-2009, 01:43 AM
Alrighty, so here's my review
Topspin concept pure (1.24mm) strung on a ncode 6.1 95 16x18 racquet at 57 lbs.
Initially, stringing this stuff wasn't as bad as some other polys I have strung. It's a little softer than normal polys so weaving was a little easier than most. I could tell right away as I was stringing this would be something I would like, because of the feel and texture of the material in this string.
GROUND STROKES:has a nice responsive feel to it. I have used many types of str4ing and if I could classify,it would be a cross between Signum Pro Poly Plasma Pure and Topspin Cyber Blue, whereas it has the softness and feel of the SPPP and the comparison of the amount of power in the cyber blue. I seem to be getting a great amount of topspin and underspin with the ball when I need to,and have full control of where I want to hit the ball. This string has great ball pocketing and it may be do to the tension I set it at, but when I use more force, it is difficult for the opponent to hit the ball back consistently.
SERVING: I consider myself as having pretty good serving game. My first serves I hit flat and with this string I have been pretty consistent, making about 75% of my first serves in the service box at full speed, and boy did my serves shine! I was able to place the serve where I wanted it to and have so much control on how I hit the ball, I have never been so confident in my first serves until now. My second serve is a pretty decent kick serve and has been on point the whole session, not very many double faults, maybe about 4 or 5 the whole 3 hours I was testing out these strings. I admit, Cyber blue has more oomph on my serves than anything I have ever tried, but the concept pure feels so comfortable on my arm, it barely feels like I'm serving.
VOLLEYS: Stringing the racquet at 57lbs. may put a damper on your volley game if you string your racquet at a low tension. The Topspin Concept Pure is technicallly a "soft" poly, from what I felt and I had some trouble keeping the volleys in play. For High tension stringers, this should not be a problem and volleys should feel more "crisp" than "springy". For me, SPPP at high tension (59-62, this is considered high for me because of the general stiffness of polys and may not concern people who generally string in this area) is ideal for volleying and has more feel and control than lower tensions, much like the topspin concept pure..
All in all, this is my perception of what Topsing Concept Pure (1.24mm) plays like from personal experience, and I would recommend people to try it because it really works for me. After 3 hours of play, I feel no tennis elbow, no straining of the muscles, a really satisfied combination of the feel (softness) of SPPP with a combination of CB/CF amount of power . I'll second that this string is NOT like CyberBlue where it is just a different color, this is a totally different string, from my experience with both and this feels just as powerful, but softer than the CB. If you like SPPP, or any of the topspin products, this string will open your eyes to a new light, I guarantee it. If you have any further questions, please message me. Plus, this is my first day ever using this type of string, so as far as retaining tension and having the string go "dead" as people call it, I will update when the time comes.

nickarnold2000
02-27-2009, 07:41 AM
Thanks for the review and please do report back on its tension maintenance. That's the main reason why I switched from CF to CP - better tension maintenance. This new string sounds very interesting.

lawlitssoo1n
02-27-2009, 10:18 AM
im thinking of using it in 16G becuase its a soft poly.
so im going to buy a reel of CF and CP

Blade0324
02-28-2009, 07:23 AM
Hey guys, just gonna offer my thoughts on this sting as well as I have been hitting it for about a week now.
I have it strung up in a MGPP as mains at 59 with Spiral Flex 16g crosses at 62.
I am mostly a baseliner with SW forehand and 2HBH and play with pretty good variety.
I found this to be easy to string up and the string bed has maintained DT really well over the life. (only dropped about 6lb. DT in a week)
Ground Strokes feel really good with the setup. I was a bit concerned about control with a softer string but don't find it to be an issue at all. I am able to get nice depth on my shots and have not had any issues with balls flying. The sweet spot feels a little bigger with this string over some others and provides nice feedback. Spin production seems to be as good as many other poly's I've used including some of the so called "spin strings". The balls kicks up nice with topspin shots and has good action on it.
Volleys have been pretty good over all. No real points that make it shine or fail for me but this is a small part of my game although again the feedback is pretty nice.
Serves have felt great so far. I feel like I get a little more pop on them and I have excellent control over direction. Spin is great on slice and kick serves and the action on the ball seems to be very nice too.
Overall for the price this is going to be a popular string IMO. It plays great and holds up well, both tension and durability. Great job to Topspin on another fine sting in thier catalog.

coloskier
02-28-2009, 07:35 AM
Say, when is TW going to get this string?

PED
02-28-2009, 08:33 AM
Blade, great writeup and pertinent for me since I use the MGPP as well :) What is your usual setup and tension. I've used both CF and CP in the past and usually ended up liking CF a hair better.

Thanks again for the review

Blade0324
02-28-2009, 02:37 PM
Blade, great writeup and pertinent for me since I use the MGPP as well :) What is your usual setup and tension. I've used both CF and CP in the past and usually ended up liking CF a hair better.

Thanks again for the review

Normally I have 2 frames, one with red code 17g mains at 60 with spiral flex 16g crosses at 63, the other with same strinds at 59,61 respectively.
I then have one with cyber blue 17g mains at 60 with spiral flex 16g crosses at 62.
A fourth with PHT 17 at 59 and spiral flex or addiction 16g crosses at 61.
My last one is strung with Armor pro nat. gut at 60,63 in a 17g.

I have used CF a number of times and like it really well in the mains as do I like BB alu power in the mains. I just find that the strings that I use normally now are best for my game. I may like the concept pure well enough to make it my norm over the cyber blue but tension maint. will help determine this too.

408tennisguy
03-04-2009, 10:59 PM
Well here's an update on these strings. It's been raining here in the bay area and I have not been able to play for the past week or so except for 1 other day. Finally went out and played some tennis and noticed my strings were dead. The strings were very stiff, did not have as much feel and power as it once did when I first played with the new strings and started hurting my wrist and arm before I put it down. I really like these strings but if they go dead so quick, I might not be a happy camper with these new strings. Any thoughts? Maybe do a hybrid with another poly? Total hours of play around 9-10, tension loss minimal until it started going dead.

Blade0324
03-05-2009, 06:36 AM
I will provide an update on mine as well. It has been strung for about 2 weeks and total play time is about 7 hours of actual hitting with this frame. Still feels really nice to me and the tension is holding pretty well. It does seems to bite into the ball a little bit more than the Cyber Blue, kind of similar to the CF in that area but it is softer than CF more like the CB. In all I am finding this to be a great string that provides excellent spin, nice power, is quite comfortable and has good touch. If it lasts another 3-5 hours of hitting I'll be very happy with it. 408tennisguy said that his went dead after about 9-10 hours of hitting but IMO that is pretty much the life expectancy of a poly.

Lloyd Barcenilla
03-19-2009, 12:43 AM
Any more reviews regarding this string?
Especially in comparison to Cyber blue.
It is now available on Strin* Depo*

Il Mostro
03-19-2009, 06:50 AM
Just hit with a set of topspin cyberpower, haven't used it in a while.
All i can say is wow, amazing stuff.

Isn't this the old name for Cyber Blue? Same string, different name?

Lloyd Barcenilla
03-19-2009, 07:51 AM
Isn't this the old name for Cyber Blue? Same string, different name?

Yeah it is.
Sorry, Cyberpower just came into my head when typing :)

lawlitssoo1n
03-19-2009, 08:24 AM
dayum SPD plus is giving 20% off if u order 2 or more does anybody is LOS ANGELES, want to buy it with me?

texastornado
03-19-2009, 09:19 AM
the email i got said 1 or more reel... dunno if you get the free shipping though.

sk8ing
03-19-2009, 10:02 AM
yep its 1 or more reels

Il Mostro
03-19-2009, 10:56 AM
Yeah it is.
Sorry, Cyberpower just came into my head when typing :)

Thanks. When it comes to poly I have a hard time keeping them straight -- so many flavors with similar sounding names. :-)

408tennisguy
03-20-2009, 01:20 AM
Can someone email me that 20% off coupon? or a link to it? my email is aznnrg177@hotmail.com thanks

TTBabe
03-20-2009, 02:47 AM
Can someone email me that 20% off coupon? or a link to it? my email is aznnrg177@hotmail.com thanks

Me too? I'd like a copy please. hiro44212@aol.com Gracias!

jman
03-20-2009, 03:00 AM
Like the review guys, just ordered a reel from SDP. Can't wait to start playing with them!!

SDTENNIS
03-20-2009, 01:26 PM
Hi, Can you please email me the 20% coupon also? andrewaoe@yahoo.com

Thanks!

408tennisguy
03-20-2009, 04:28 PM
Wow I got no emails as of now, Can someone please send me the 20% off coupon......I wrote a great review on these strings *wink wink*

Nuke
03-20-2009, 04:41 PM
Email sent to 408tennisguy, TTBabe and SDTENNIS.

Sleepstream
03-20-2009, 06:24 PM
Why not buy from the SDP competitor who promises to beat their price as stated on their blog?

Il Mostro
03-20-2009, 06:41 PM
Email sent to 408tennisguy, TTBabe and SDTENNIS.

Would you mind sending it to me too? Thank you.

PBODY99
03-20-2009, 07:36 PM
Me too? I'd like a copy please. hiro44212@aol.com Gracias!
Enter "tcp20" at checkout

408tennisguy
03-20-2009, 08:59 PM
The code tcp20 works, you just don't get free shipping. Darn I wanted a mini reel of the concept pure with the 20% off but it's a no go.

lawlitssoo1n
03-20-2009, 09:04 PM
The code tcp20 works, you just don't get free shipping. Darn I wanted a mini reel of the concept pure with the 20% off but it's a no go.

wait they have a mini reel? i don't think they do

ian.safin
03-21-2009, 08:11 PM
any pics of this string?

408tennisguy
03-21-2009, 09:35 PM
wait they have a mini reel? i don't think they do

Yea they have a mini reel, its on page 3, right under cyberblue

nickarnold2000
03-21-2009, 10:12 PM
I'm very interested in Pure's tension maintenance(how many hours of play) and softness as compared to Cyber Blue's. So, guys, when you have time please, report back. Thanks
PS I would play test it too but I can't get it here in Asia.

Blade0324
03-22-2009, 06:56 AM
From my findings it seems that Concept Pure holds tension pretty well. Better than many other poly's out there but it is still a poly and I cut mine out after about 12 hours of court time as it just was not the same as when fresh. I would say it is not quite as soft as Cyber Blue but softer than Cyber Flash. It is probably closer to Cyber blue in softness but still has a bit crisper feel.

Lloyd Barcenilla
03-22-2009, 07:01 AM
From my findings it seems that Concept Pure holds tension pretty well. Better than many other poly's out there but it is still a poly and I cut mine out after about 12 hours of court time as it just was not the same as when fresh. I would say it is not quite as soft as Cyber Blue but softer than Cyber Flash. It is probably closer to Cyber blue in softness but still has a bit crisper feel.

How does power and spin potential compare to cyber blue?

Blade0324
03-22-2009, 07:29 AM
^It is a little bit of an interesting string. Even though is seems to be nearly as soft as Cyber Blue it has a good bit better control but also has excellent power capability. Spin wise I think it bites the ball a bit better then blue providing a little more spin.

Lloyd Barcenilla
03-22-2009, 07:56 AM
^It is a little bit of an interesting string. Even though is seems to be nearly as soft as Cyber Blue it has a good bit better control but also has excellent power capability. Spin wise I think it bites the ball a bit better then blue providing a little more spin.

Sounds really good.
I will have to try some.

May try the new Signum black strings as well.

Blade0324
03-22-2009, 02:02 PM
Sounds really good.
I will have to try some.

May try the new Signum black strings as well.

I have not tried those but there are some new Black strings that will be coming out from Tecnifibre that are very nice. :)

ESP#1
03-28-2009, 06:21 AM
They say no color is added to the string, so is the string clear, white or gray?

thanks,
esp

Tennisplaya10
03-28-2009, 06:56 AM
Two polys in a hybrid is worthless. Unless you're doing it solely for the different colors. Otherwise, there is no benefit, really.

many people say that but i disagree. its like any other hybrid. if u use two different strings (stiff poly and soft springy co-poly) u will get different effects.
also u can put an expensive poly in the mains and a cheaper one in the crosses to save money. u can get the spin and playability of the expensive poly....

dabudabuda
03-28-2009, 09:23 AM
There are a couple contradictory opinions in this thread concerning the softness of Concept Pure compared to Cyber Blue. Could anybody else who has experience with both compare the softness of these two strings?

Also, it is being marketed as Topspin's softest string to date and many would argue that Topspin Poly Polar is the softest out there...can anyone comment between the relative softness of these two strings as well?

Thanks

408tennisguy
03-28-2009, 11:54 AM
They say no color is added to the string, so is the string clear, white or gray?

thanks,
esp

The string is a natural white

408tennisguy
03-28-2009, 11:56 AM
There are a couple contradictory opinions in this thread concerning the softness of Concept Pure compared to Cyber Blue. Could anybody else who has experience with both compare the softness of these two strings?

Also, it is being marketed as Topspin's softest string to date and many would argue that Topspin Poly Polar is the softest out there...can anyone comment between the relative softness of these two strings as well?

Thanks
I have both strings on my sticks right now and to me, it feels like concept pure is softer than cyber blue by a little bit. Cyber blue has more of a crispness feeling and is punchier than the concept pure. I think concept pure is better at tension maintenance imo and I've had the concept pure on for about 2 weeks now.

nickarnold2000
03-28-2009, 09:17 PM
I have both strings on my sticks right now and to me, it feels like concept pure is softer than cyber blue by a little bit. Cyber blue has more of a crispness feeling and is punchier than the concept pure. I think concept pure is better at tension maintenance imo and I've had the concept pure on for about 2 weeks now.
Excellent! I'm a big CB fan so Concept Pure is very intriguing. Please report back with further tension maintenance updates. Thanks

Blade0324
03-29-2009, 10:35 AM
I also have both in my racquets right now and as I've stated I think Concept Pure is just a little stiffer than Cyber Blue. They are both in Hybrids as mains with spiral flex crosses. It may be that the Concept pure seems to bite the ball a little more than Cyber Blue that gives it the feeling of being stiffer as I would say that that power is probably just a very little bit more with concept pure. I also have not really noticed any measureable difference in tension maint. It is after all a poly and I am yet to find a poly that doesn't lose playability and die after about 10-12 hrs. of play time max.

ESP#1
04-02-2009, 09:39 PM
Anyone know if this string is similar to spp pure? i thought i had heard that somewhere

thanks,

Blade0324
04-03-2009, 05:31 PM
Anyone know if this string is similar to spp pure? i thought i had heard that somewhere

thanks,

I would say IMO they are not alike. SPPP is softer and more powerful for sure. I like Concept Pure much better.

coloskier
04-09-2009, 11:20 AM
Just tried Pure 17 at 55# for the first time last night. I normally use CyberBlue 17 at 55# on a KPS88. Here are my thoughts....

Compared to CB, a little softer, definitely more spin and more power. I definitely felt like I was cupping the ball a little more. Much better for volleys. More feel for the ball.

Of course, this was my first time hitting with it, so I'll report again after the string has been broken in a bit.

Lloyd Barcenilla
04-09-2009, 11:28 AM
Just tried Pure 17 at 55# for the first time last night. I normally use CyberBlue 17 at 55# on a KPS88. Here are my thoughts....

Compared to CB, a little softer, definitely more spin and more power. I definitely felt like I was cupping the ball a little more. Much better for volleys. More feel for the ball.

Of course, this was my first time hitting with it, so I'll report again after the string has been broken in a bit.

Sounds wicked, as i love cyber blue right now.

Anybody want to trade a few sets or something?
I got MSV hex, Blue gear and Big ace micro.

nickarnold2000
04-16-2009, 09:28 PM
How's the concept pure testing going you guys? Anything new to report?

MarrratSafin
04-17-2009, 12:16 AM
I tested the Concept Pure side by side with Cyberblue. Pure in a Babolat PDC and Cyberblue in O3 White. Full stringbeds and 57 lbs for both. Concept Pure is superior overall. It has a sensational crisp feeling that I love, and the perfect balance of power and control.:) Cyberblue is slightly harder to control. The Pure tames the power of my PDC nicely, as balls were flying a bit when I had XCel Premium strung on it before this.

coloskier
04-17-2009, 05:42 AM
Update.... I've now hit with it 4 more times, and I have noticed the longer I play with it, the more power I seem to have, and the less control. So, this may be a string that loses it tension pretty quickly (it's been in my racket for 10 days). I don't have any way to measure the tension after two weeks of play, so I'll leave that to others that have that ability.

acm
04-17-2009, 10:19 AM
Coloskier, I have the k88 as well and I just strung the frame with gamma zo pro spin. I have tried a couple others such as polyspin, proince synth gut and yonex. How the cyber blue 16/17 gauge plays in the k88? I am looking to buy some polys string which one do you advice? Thanks

coloskier
04-17-2009, 07:01 PM
Coloskier, I have the k88 as well and I just strung the frame with gamma zo pro spin. I have tried a couple others such as polyspin, proince synth gut and yonex. How the cyber blue 16/17 gauge plays in the k88? I am looking to buy some polys string which one do you advice? Thanks

It plays pretty well. A little lacking in the touch department at the net, but good spin and power from the baseline. I think the Topspin Pure has a little more touch and power than CyberBlue, but it may have too much power.

acm
04-17-2009, 10:12 PM
Did you try any other string/setup in the k88?

coloskier
04-18-2009, 03:29 PM
Did you try any other string/setup in the k88?

Had the hideous Wilson Hollowcore originally. Junk.

acm
04-18-2009, 05:18 PM
Hey heard the polyfiber tcs is pretty good according to Chris from TW/tennis pro-shop. The Polyfiber could be a good option for you, but they mentioned that the string doesn't hold tension very well. Let us know about the review of the BB and other strings.

bsandy
04-19-2009, 08:15 PM
They say no color is added to the string, so is the string clear, white or gray?

thanks,
esp

It's a natural (beige) color,

jman
04-28-2009, 10:38 PM
Hey guys, just tried out this string last night. Feels very similar to Cyber Blue, but as others have mentioned, it has a little more bite. I was able to produce alot of top with this. I put it in a hybrid with Wilson Extreme Syn Gut at the crosses at 25kgs, and I think I've my ideal setup. Tension so far is good.

coloskier
05-03-2009, 05:08 PM
Update:
This string loses tension FAST. I lost 6# in 12 hours with the string just sitting in the racket and not hitting with it. I have also found that it plays a little better at a higher tension. 60# minimum.

lawlitssoo1n
05-03-2009, 06:13 PM
Update:
This string loses tension FAST. I lost 6# in 12 hours with the string just sitting in the racket and not hitting with it. I have also found that it plays a little better at a higher tension. 60# minimum.

AGREEED for all you cyberflash users.
i used to string at cyberflash 17G @63/gosen 16G @ 62
tried the same tension with concept pure and it was SOOO mushy
so i just cut them up, and decided to give concept pure 17G @ 66/gosen 16G @ 65 and it's a little low powered but it did give me a LOT of control and spin!!!!

lpicken
05-04-2009, 11:59 AM
I just played a set and I would have to say this is good stuff and would recommend if you like poly's.

000KFACTOR90000
05-28-2009, 11:42 AM
How are users going with this string? They've got another special at sdp and I'm considering this or cyberblue.

I like cyberflash and not sure if I should even go there.

coloskier
05-28-2009, 12:18 PM
How are users going with this string? They've got another special at sdp and I'm considering this or cyberblue.

I like cyberflash and not sure if I should even go there.

Concept Pure is a lot softer than Cyberblue, which is softer than Cyberflash. A lot more feel with Concept Pure.