Polyfibre TCS 17g..

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Mr. Blond, Oct 7, 2007.

  1. Mr. Blond

    Mr. Blond Professional

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    anyone ever use it?

    How is it at holding tension?
    Is it really forgiving or hard on the arm?

    just got a reel, but seeing is how I just strung up all three of my sticks, it will be a week or two before I get into it.

    thanks in advance.
     
  2. shojun25

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    Great tension maintenance. It will be one of the most comfortable copolys you play with. The string has a great amount of pop to it.
     
  3. Ljubicic for number1

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    One of the most comfortable polys on the market, extremely comfortable actually, even at very high tensions, very spin friendly, great feel, no play in time is required its ready to go straight off the stringer, nice to string which is a bonus because you have to do it every 2 hours.

    If this string had better tenion maintinance it would be my string of choice but after 2 hours its unplayable.
     
  4. PROTENNIS63

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    As others have said, very comfortable and very spin friendly but it loses tension extremely quickly.
     
  5. samster

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    Hm...I thought tension maintenance was supposedly one of its main qualities?
     
  6. Mr. Blond

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    ok.....so now i have two different opinions, anyone else wanna chime in?
     
  7. Aeropro master

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    i think polyfibre tcs keeps its tension pretty well. I've tried the 16, 16L, and 17 and i think 16L keeps tension the best. TCS is also very comfy and I also get a lot of spin.
     
  8. Ljubicic for number1

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    Tried it in a hybrid tonight with blue gear mains/TCS crosses in a o3 white, really nice set up, great spin from the blue gear and the comfort and feedback of the TCS. very happy with this set up, will just see how long it lasts.
     

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