Have you seen the price of Duralast?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by cluckcluck, Nov 11, 2012.

  1. cluckcluck

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  2. pvaudio

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    And I still won't buy it.
     
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  3. darklore009

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    duralast isnt that great. it feels really stiff
     
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  4. purple-n-gold

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    I wonder if this is the same as Duralst Tour? Use to be a fav hybrid of mine crossed w/ Gosen Micro in my old Prestige Microgels.
     
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    lol the price have been reduce for like a year :). If they are good there wouldnt be any left.
     
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  6. SteveI

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    Plays like Gosen Polylon. 1st gen poly. Who would have paid $170.00 / reel???
     
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  7. Chotobaka

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    Actually a few cents cheaper per 40' if you buy 9+ sets than the reel. Fire sale on a not so great string.
     
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  8. xFullCourtTenniSx

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    But if you measure out your strings perfectly (especially if you use smaller frames), then it will be the other way around for a reel.

    All the hardcore Nadal wannabes will be happy.

    All the realists will just shrug and go back to natural gut, better polys, or good synthetics/multis.
     
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