Decent Reels?

PanDa

New User
I've probably got a couple more racquet's worth of string left in my reel, so I've been eyeing some poly reels lately. My budget's around 100, so my list looks like this: Signum PP Megaforce, Kirschbaum PLX and Super Smash, and MSV Focus Hex. Does anyone have any opinions on how these strings play or recommendations for other strings?

Just to provide some detail about my string preferences, I've played with and enjoyed using all the Solinco polys, Lux 4G/Alu Power Rough, Wilson Revolve, RPM Blast, Gosen Polylon, and Kirschbaum PLX/Super Smash in a whole variety of racquets/tensions.
 

brownbearfalling

Hall of Fame
Weisscannon silver string. Personally I feel like it’s the closets to ALU in terms of over all performance and tension maintenance. I am a fan of the 1.20 17 gauge.
 

cluckcluck

Hall of Fame
Weisscannon silver string. Personally I feel like it’s the closets to ALU in terms of over all performance and tension maintenance. I am a fan of the 1.20 17 gauge.
+1 for silverstring. Though Laserfibre JB tour 100 is now, what I believe, is a serious contender as the best alternative.
 

kabrac

Semi-Pro
Not my favorite string, but +1 for MSV from the ones you mentioned. It's like a poor man's(Me) Cyclone.
 

sp1derman

Semi-Pro
I think the MSV provides 5% less spin than the volkl cyclone but 100% more tension maintenance. I have used it as the main in hybrids with OGSM and as a full bed. It is also my go to string for customers who want black, shaped poly and I've never had a complaint. I always come back to it and Tourna big hitter silver which to me is like ALU power for much cheaper. I use it when I'm looking for more power than the MSV focus hex.
 

Muppet

Legend
Topspin is very good and in your budget. Cyber Flash is silver and crisp/lively. Cyber Blue is muted/comfy. Both have good power and good spin. Excellent prices for reels.
 

blai212

Professional
signum pro xperience (shaped) mains and/or signum pro poly plasma (round) crosses
if you want to arrange a deal PM me :)


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SavvyStringer

Professional
The kirschbaum are good alternatives. If I remember correctly they had the reels priced at something like buy one get one pricing recently on their more top end products. That may put them out of your range at $100 but would give you a lot of string if you bought two.
 
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