TW Staff on Technifibre Multifeel black, blue and natural

#1
Technifibre multifeel -Is there a difference in spin, and stiffness between the blue, black and natural. I have noticed that the specs on the string data base are very different. The earlier TW review on the natural is different from the review on the new black color.
 

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Sorry for the delayed reply. Chris, who produces much more spin off his shots than I do, likes the black version of Multifeel and finds it to be one of the most spin friendly multis out there. I haven't hit the blue version of this string, but I personally prefer the natural color just because the black coating wears off.

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Tiffani, TW
 

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#8
Bump on this as well, as a long-time Multifeel user I'd love to hear thoughts on the blue (it matches the blue yonex so well! haha)
Hi Cyclone, we don't have lab data yet. Anecdotally, we've found it to play a smidgeon crisper than the natural. It also snaps back into place quite well for a non-poly. And yes, it does eventually fray. Overall, the spin has been impressive for a filament packed string. We wouldn't recommend it to a advanced topspin player using a 16x18 pattern, but it does seem to offer slightly above average spin-potential for a non-poly. Grain of salt: these are initial impressions.

Thanks,
TW Staff
 
#9
Hi Cyclone, we don't have lab data yet. Anecdotally, we've found it to play a smidgeon crisper than the natural. It also snaps back into place quite well for a non-poly. And yes, it does eventually fray. Overall, the spin has been impressive for a filament packed string. We wouldn't recommend it to a advanced topspin player using a 16x18 pattern, but it does seem to offer slightly above average spin-potential for a non-poly. Grain of salt: these are initial impressions.

Thanks,
TW Staff
Thanks very much!
 
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