what do you think of technifibre Bi-phase?

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  1. raven5288

    raven5288 Rookie

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    I'm thinking about buying a couple sets since I don't really want to spend a lot of money on gut. What are your experiences and thoughts with it and how does it stack up with gut?
     
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  2. NoBadMojo

    NoBadMojo G.O.A.T.

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    next best thing to gut IMO, but if it ain't gut, then it's nylon. it's a really good string that mimicks the properties of gut better than anything else i've tried. it doesnt play as well as the bow brand/duraflex hybrid i use though, and the hybrid is really about the same price as the bi-phase. the one advantage you gain w. the bi=phase of course is that you dont have to worry about moisture. hope this helps.
     
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  3. spinbalz

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    If it was cheaper or more durable, it would be my first choice string
     
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  4. raven5288

    raven5288 Rookie

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    anyone else?
     
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  5. Matt H.

    Matt H. Professional

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    i really liked it. very close to gut.
     
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  6. volleyman

    volleyman Semi-Pro

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    I really like BiPhase 17. Nice power, spin and feel, and really gentle on my sore arm. 14 set of doubles and it's starting fray a bit, but still plays really well.
     
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  7. William Bedford

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    Love Technifibre Bi - Phase 17. Durability has been a good surprise. Have mine on an Ncode95 strung at 61lbs. Its been going for 12 hours of playing - half of that time doing drills and smacking tons of balls.
     
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