Acelon Supplemax Multi String Review

Discussion in 'Strings' started by jturpin4, Jul 27, 2014.

  1. jturpin4

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    Racquet: Dunlop Aerogel 4D 500 Tour

    String: Victory Racquet Sports Acelon Supplemax

    String Gauge: 17

    Tension: 55 lb

    NTRP Level: 3.5

    Time Length: 2 hours

    Usual strings - Wilson NXT 16

    Impression: Upon the first hit, these strings were similar to the Synthetic TCF that I played with in that they are both plush and comfortable. Where the Synthetic TCF felt "pillow-like", these strings felt like butter. If you are looking for a soft and extremely comfortable multi, look no further than this one. As mentioned in my previous Acelon string review, these strings worked perfectly for my spin-game. Slicing with my one-hand backhand was a breeze and I got a good amount of topspin on my forehand as well. While these strings don't grip the ball as much as polyester strings, you still get a good amount of spin compared to other synthetic and multi strings I have tried in the past. Like the Synthetic TCF, these strings are powerful so you might have to adjust your swing style and speed if you come from more control-oriented and low-powered strings. This can be changed as well by going to 16 gauge, higher string tension, etc. This is only my second time playing with a 17 gauge string and I really like it. I am not a string-breaker so this gauge was recommended to me and I didn't find any signs of breakage after my match. Loved these strings!
     
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