TW Staff on Technifibre Multifeel black, blue and natural

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  1. Hayward Butler

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    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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  2. Hayward Butler

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    Sorry I forgot the question mark (?)
     
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  3. Hayward Butler

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    Sorry I forgot the question mark (?)
     
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  4. JeffG

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    Bump. Wondering about this, too.
     
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  5. TW Staff

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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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  6. Christoforos Giatzakis

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    Interested in this too. Are black and blue same stiffness - spin potential?
     
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  7. Cyclone

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    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)
     
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  8. TW Staff

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    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.

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    TW Staff
     
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  9. Cyclone

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    Thanks very much!
     
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