Discussion in 'Talk Tennis Europe - English' started by 7zero, Feb 22, 2014.
When I could order this string at TWE?
I don't think we'll ever get this string, but my fingers are crossed anyway.
Lukhas is right, we have no plans to get this string in at this moment in time. BUT I'll check with our buyers to see if there are any slim chances for the future.
Thanks for the answer.
I do not get it.. so much hype on this forum and you are not bringing it here? Why is that? Maybe you should blocked for Europeans TT web so we do not envy
funny thing is I found there are even strings "made in Germny" not avalable to EU but to US yes. Strange world isn't it?
There's not always a specific reason, we just have different reps and buyers who order things so aren't always aware of what we're ordering at each different location. Sometimes there are restrictions on sales places by the vendors also. We're actually getting a new buyer in for hardgoods soon, so I'll run it by them when they're here.
I'm on it!
A little tip about this string to get more bang for your buck while waiting for TW to restock.
From a 40ft pack I get 3 restrings using it in the crosses for my Wilson Steam Spin 99. I'm still left with 6 feet left over even after the 3 restrings.
I don't cut the string before stringing but instead tried using the 40 feet as is and just cut at the end of stringing, reducing waste to a minimum.
Admittedly with a 16 x 15 string pattern the Wilson Steam Spin uses less string anyway, but with 6 feet left over after 3 restrings of the crosses, I would be surprised if closer string patterns couldn't also stomach 3 restrings.
It's very, very, very, very stretchy. 40 feet probably turns into something closer to 60 feet by the time it is tensioned in your racquet.
Did I mention how stretchy it is? :shock:
I just strung a 16x18 100 frame with Monogut ZX at 52.5lb on a lockout and had close to 12ft of string left over. It may be close but at higher tensions 3 sets of crosses may be quite possible even with a 16x18 pattern.
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