Technifibre Multifeel 17 vs X-One Biphase 17

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  1. Rexking

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    The string stiffness and tension loss of both are very similar according to that strings specs website.

    What are the main differences between the two?

    and what do you like and dislike about each strings?
     
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    Power and comfort. Comfort and power too.

    A true multi--here, the X-1--has more of the above than anything with a solid core.
     
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    What exactly is solid core?
     
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    So has anyone played with both and can comment on the power levels of the two, is it similar? one more powerful than the other? And durability in comparison? Which is a better hybrid with poly and etc?
     
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    The Multifeel is more durable, though, and hence, IMO, is a better choice to hybrid with poly.
     
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    i have played with both. x-1 wins in every category, besides durability, but doesnt lose by much. the power on x-1 is a much more comfortable power then on multifeel.
     
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