What is your favorite smooth poly?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by CDestroyer, Aug 26, 2012.

  1. CDestroyer

    CDestroyer Professional

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    Textured strings wear smooth and lose tension faster for me. I like Weiss Cannon strings alot because they seem to hold tension well.

    Thanks for your input.
     
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  2. commish00

    commish00 New User

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    Have two favorites - Pro Supex Big Ace Micro and MSV Co-Focus. Both are on the softer side.
     
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  3. brooker

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    agree with Pro Supex Big Ace Micro
     
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  4. ewberner

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    WC scorpion. Kirschbaum Pro Line X, Evolution, II. Dunlop Explosive Poly
     
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  5. PhotoBlue

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  6. pvaudio

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    I think everyone already knows my answer (not that it's worth anything anyway haha). WC Scorpion 1.22mm. No contest.
     
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  7. AYuille

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    Big Banger Original, Red Code and Alu Power.
     
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  8. Shangri La

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    WC Silverstring.
     
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  9. GarryClarke

    GarryClarke Semi-Pro

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    yonex poly tour pro 125
     
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  10. Hi I'm Ray

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    Still Scorpion so far
     
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  11. sansaephanh

    sansaephanh Professional

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    Cyber flash so far. Gotta say RPM Team would be up there if it wasn't so expensive.
     
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  12. tjwalker097

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    Second that
     
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  13. GlenK

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    MSV CoFocus 1.18. Love this stuff as a gut cross.
     
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  14. wmilas

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    MSV co 1.18. Doesn't get any better as a cross.
     
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  15. mozzer

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    What tension you stringing the luxilon original in the prestige mids? I have a set to try out, I have always strung around 61 in my vantages, not sure what to try here?
     
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  16. Francis27

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    I like rpm team and kirschbaum pro line x
     
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  17. Anton

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    Signum Pro Hyperion is on top of my list for full poly stringbed.

    It has it all, comfort, feedback, longevity.

    There are other good strings but this one has no downsides.
     
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  18. 3fees

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    Lux bb ace so far.
     
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  19. netguy

    netguy Semi-Pro

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    WC Silverstring 1.20
     
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  20. fortun8son

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  21. Bobby Jr

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    WC Silverstring... is one of the best for all-round mix of spin, softness, power and useful playing window.
     
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  22. brooker

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    Pro Supex Big Ace micro
     
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  23. chanhoward

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    I have not tried a lot, but my favorite smooth poly now is the PolyStar Energy.
    My reasons:
    Pros- Nice, lively feel (when comparing to other polys), cheap, comfortable

    Cons- some users say that tension maintenance is not good but I cannot comment on that as I string my rackets in the low tension range (mid 30s) so have not experiences any fast lost of tension.

    Currently playing with textured polys now

    Thanks
    Howard
     
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  24. Samuka

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    Alu Power up to 4 hrs.
     
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  25. danotje

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    Isospeed Baseline Spin. This stuff does everything well and is great in a syn gut hybrid. Being $40 for a 660 reel, it also works out to be dirt cheap. I'm currently trying others out--just finished SPPP, starting BHBR in a Forten hybrid--but I always seem to come back to IBS.
     
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