What Do Tecnifibre X-One Strings Look Like?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by FuriousYellow, Oct 21, 2004.

  1. FuriousYellow

    FuriousYellow Professional

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    I recently purchased a racquet and requested it strung with X-One Biphase 17. This is the first time I'm trying these strings and I just want to make sure the seller put in the strings I requested. The strings I received have no markings and it also looks strange because the crosses are a natural color (almost transparent) and the mains are yellow with light brown.

    Can anyone whose played with these strings provide this information. Thanks.
     
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  2. Ryoma Kun

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    its not x-one biphase, x1 is a solid color, shouldnt be a difference unless u requested a hybrid maybe
     
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  3. Matt H.

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    my x-1 didn't look like 1 solid color. it was a whitish/yellow.
     
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  4. Ryoma Kun

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    the way he described it it seems that his strings are 2 different things.

    seems to be a distinct difference in color, not uniform
     
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  5. FuriousYellow

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    Thanks for the replies. Yes, there's definitely a distinct difference in the mains and crosses. My first thought was "hybrid" as well.

    One more question. Do the X-one strings have any type of identifying markings on them like Wilson NXTs Sensation?
     
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  6. RacquetDoctor

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    X-one has markings on the string...

    Reads, Tecnifibre X-One then gauge then Biphase
     
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