String Savers

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by leog, Jul 7, 2004.

  1. leog

    leog Rookie

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    A guy at a local pro shop told me to put them in every other location within the sweetspot to avoid too-lumpy of a stringbed. I would imagine that this configuration wouldn't extend string-life at all, since the un-protected intersections would still rub just as much and break.

    Do you need to put them at every intersection in the sweet spot to gain their benefits?

    I also have found that these savers do not actually stop the strings from moving so much as they stop them from biting into eachother.

    Thanks for all input...
     
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  2. Nikeman0092

    Nikeman0092 Rookie

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    They are string savers. They are supposed to stop your strings from moving.
     
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  3. Coda

    Coda Semi-Pro

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    string savers stop the strings from rubbing into each other...put them at every intersection of the area where you hit the ball
     
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