Good durable multi for black Code

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  1. ptr

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    I like black code. Now I use 18g.

    What can be good, durable and not expensive multi or syntetic for crosses?

    Duramix?
     
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  2. rodrigoamaral

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    try wilson nxt max..
     
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  3. ptr

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    Thanks, I havn't try that.

    And syntetic maybe?
     
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  4. BigT

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    How long does your setup last you now?
     
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  5. ptr

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    Full BC, 10-15h. Quite good :) Hybrid is to secure my hand...
     
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  6. yonexpurestorm

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    i liked nxt max a lot. good durability. it would my string of choice if it werent 19$ a set. i am still on the hunt for a multi under 10 with softness a lil pop and i can get more than 4 sets out of it.
     
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  7. fgs

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    try mantis power synthetic - lasts me around 10-12 hitting hours.
     
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  8. christo

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    wilson sensation 17g $10, lasts a while
     
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  9. mikeler

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    So you have arm problems?
     
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  10. Sander001

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    What were you using before? And have you already started to use Black Code 18?
     
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