MSV strings

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  1. Nadal_R

    Nadal_R New User

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    Is TWE going to be selling MSV strings?
     
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  2. TW Staff

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    We are not expanding the string selection at this time.

    Chris, TW
     
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  4. gd!

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    oh, lemmie...nice shot [​IMG]
     
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    Obviously, the times have changed!

    Chris, TW.
     
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  6. sidzej

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    I hope you will also add Gosen strings to your offer soon.
     
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  7. JoK3R

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    Wow... the new Hepta-Twist is fenomenal!!!
     
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  8. ClubHoUno

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    When did you test it - I just bought two bags of the MSV Heptatwist 1.15 and will test it up versus my favorite twist poly, the Signum Pro Tornado 1.17 :twisted:

    How about writing a review in the String forum section ??
     
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  9. downs_chris

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    let me know how the heptatwist compares to the SP tornado...i've been liking how comfortable the tornado feels...

    have you found anything close to alu rough?
     
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  10. JoK3R

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    In my prestige pro spin is equal to luxilon alu power rough, but the msv is more comfortable and have more touch.
     
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  11. ClubHoUno

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    Unfortunately not - if you look at how Alu ROUGH plays the first 3 hours. Nothing compares to Rough, but even if I can afford stringing after 3 hours, I would never even considering dong it because it would too much trouble installing new string savers, head protextion tape, LEAD tape and then having to go to my stringer every other week and on top of that stringing your racquets so often will diminish the life of the racquet by quite some margin - so I instead searched for a softer spinny CoPoly, that will work as main string in a hybrid with Tonic+ 16 cross and a softer powerfull CoPoly, that will work as cross string in a hybrid with VS 16 mains, and still keeps its tension and elasticity for a long period - and I found Signum Pro Tornado and Hyperion.

    They are probably too soft for a player, that normally plays full hash poly from 1.st or 2.nd generation, but I like how They feel and they perform great for more than 12 hours and still have moster of its elasticity, while a Luxilon just looses most of its elasticity very fast.
     
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  12. MINERAKE

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    Hi ClubHoUno,

    and what about the differences between Hyperion and Tornado.

    I`m considering both for try, and I need comfort and power

    Thanks in advanced
     
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