Nrg^2

Discussion in 'Strings' started by BER256, Mar 24, 2013.

  1. BER256

    BER256 New User

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    Guys I recently switched to NRG^2, and after the first 15 minutes felt bad, the racquet felt amazing. I use X1 Biphase 17g, but wow I guess I really prefer NRG. I find a little less power, but something about it really gets me liking it over X1.
     
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  2. pfchang

    pfchang Professional

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    cool story bro
     
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  3. BER256

    BER256 New User

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    Did you switch your profile picture to Eugenie Bouchard?
     
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  4. pvaudio

    pvaudio Legend

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    Always nice to find the string you like. :)
     
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  5. dhdriver

    dhdriver Rookie

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    A few years back I tried out NRG2 and last year I tried out X1 biphase and I admit I preferred NRG2 over X1 as well. It just seem to last longer for me.
     
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  6. finalfantasy7

    finalfantasy7 Semi-Pro

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    prefer nrg2 also, plays beautiful from the start, needed no break in period
     
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  7. TennisCJC

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    I have been using TF NRG2 16G and 17G for most of last 6 years. It's my favorite multi - plays well, holds tension, and reasonable durability. I bought another reel about a month ago.
     
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