ISOSPEED Baseline Control

Discussion in 'Strings' started by se0what, Dec 3, 2009.

  1. se0what

    se0what Rookie

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  2. Smooothone23

    Smooothone23 Rookie

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    I bought into the original hype on this string and bought a reel. If you string yourself you will be fine. Tension loss is more that desirable, feel is typical poly, power is medium.

    If you want a couple sets just email me and let me know. I will send you some. smooothone23 @ yahoo

    Thanks
     
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  3. cesarmo03

    cesarmo03 Rookie

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    i have a head LM radical mid+ well the strings u mention in the mains and prince synthetic on the crosses; i dont know i feel the racquet really stiff, i have it strung at 58lbs but next time will try with lower tension.
     
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  4. On Tilt EX

    On Tilt EX New User

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    Have used several reels of the string in various gauges. Found the thinnest one very nice, but was only lasting about a day, so that didnt work for to long. Moved to the next thickest, the 17 I believe, and really liked it. Problem is that it is rarely in stock, so I moved to the 16. Plays nice, pretty durable, get about a week or so out of it when I am playing. Have played with it in the Redondo, I.Radical, and now have it paired with gaucho gut in the crosses in my Pure Storms.

    Overall, its a little softer than the other "cheap" reels out there. Certainly a nice bang for the buck. Hope that helps.
     
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