Yonex Poly Tour Spin

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  1. Jerme

    Jerme Rookie

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    Hi TWE,
    Is there any chance that you bring in the near future string reels of Yonex Poly Tour Spin 1.25 ?
    THX !
     
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  2. TWE Staff

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    Hello Jerme,

    good suggestion. I´ll check this with our buyers and update you here.

    thanks,
    Stefan/TWE
     
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  3. Jerme

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    Ok. thanks. This is one of the most appreciated shaped strings in the past year.
    Waiting for your answer.
     
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  4. airdupont

    airdupont Semi-Pro

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    Great string, I'm hooked
     
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  5. Sundan

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    Hi,im curious about this string,i was looking for the poly tour pro 125 when configuring a racquet buy,but it was not availiable but this string is,how would you describe this string compared to the pro version ?
    There is a review on the pro but cant find one of the spin version.

    If its pretty much the same but perhaps more "bite" then perhaps the spin is even a better choice,im looking for a not too stiff poly with good durability and tension maintenance.

    The racquet im about to buy is the Yonex AI 98.
     
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  6. lima

    lima New User

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    They are quite different strings.

    Yonex Poly Tour Spin is stiffer and low powered string but has a great tension maintenance and it is very durable, I felt like it is impossible to break this string. Also it has amazing spin potential, but as the string wears of it is not so good.

    Yonex Poly Tour Pro 125 is much more powerfull, softer string than the Spin. It has a crisp feel, it also has good tension maintenance and it is durable but not so much compared to Spin.
     
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  7. TWE Staff

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    Hello Sundan,

    last year I played the Yonex Xi 98 for a while, strung with the Yonex Poly Tour Pro 1.25mm. Very nice, comfortable setup with a nice combination of power and spin. I also tried the Poly Tour Spin. It offers more spin and is more control oriented with a crisp response.
    So I can underline what lima posted.

    Hope this helps.

    Stefan/TWE
     
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