Favorite-Cost Effective Multi/Poly

Discussion in 'Strings' started by mrc, Oct 9, 2012.

  1. mrc

    mrc Rookie

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    I have found an excellent Hybrid and have been sticking with it..Loving it. Going to keep it for a while as I have tried quite a few.

    Mains
    Prince Beast XP 17G (Awesome Soft Poly with Good Spin and Feel)

    Crosses
    Yonex Super Tour 850 Pro 16G (Soft and Tons of Feel as well as Pretty Durable)

    Overall, this is about 10 bucks per racquet stringing and I love the playability, durability, and performance.
     
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  2. tennisjon

    tennisjon Semi-Pro

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    Cheaper and better...MSV Focus Hex 17g and Babolat N.Vy 16g.
     
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  3. Hao2Pro

    Hao2Pro New User

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    I go with Topspin Cyber Blues and Gosen OG Sheep.
     
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  4. sansaephanh

    sansaephanh Professional

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    BHBR17/hexy fiber16. I'm not the biggest hitter so i dont really snap crosses.
     
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  5. A Defenseless Creature

    A Defenseless Creature Semi-Pro

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    I do not believe there is such a thing. There are some effective poly/Syn gut combinations.
     
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  6. netguy

    netguy Semi-Pro

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    Silverstring / Power Fiber II in my
    4D 100
     
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  7. darklore009

    darklore009 Professional

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    Cyberflash and og micro
    isospeed baseline and og mirco
     
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  8. topspin18

    topspin18 Rookie

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    Volkl Cyclone 16g mains
    Volkl Fiber power 2 16G.

    This is by far my favorite hybrid that i have ever used.
     
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  9. smirker

    smirker Hall of Fame

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    Mains: Pro's Pro Vendetta. Soft poly with above average feel/power
    Cross: Pro's Pro Syn Gut. Soft syn gut that blends well with the poly mains.
    About $4 a racquet based on reel prices and the performance is good too. My standard re-string for a lot of customers. No complaints so far:)
     
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  10. NLBwell

    NLBwell Legend

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    Kirshbaum Pro Line X (sale $5.33 a pack), AlphaGut 2000 ($5.99) a set. Nice setup, less than $6 per stringset.
     
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  11. mrc

    mrc Rookie

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    That is really cheap! Can I get Pro's Pro in the US?
     
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