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difference in string thickness

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by harryc, Aug 4, 2007.

  1. harryc

    harryc Regular Member

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    what does it mean if a string is thicker than another string? like 0.70mm to 0.68mm?
     
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    Do a search first before you ask please...
    thicker string are more durable. thinner string has better performance. depending on the coating, same thickness might have better grip for control or some has slippery surface for more power. look up DinkALot's string review.
     
  3. Pete LSD

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    Master SH, you forgot to mention the other type of string :cool:.

     
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    Gee, I wonder what kind... Is it something you play or wear? Thing that make you go Hummmmm.
     
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    That string is widely used by the Hip Hop group G-UNIT !!!:D
     
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    It's something that will make the bird (head) wiggle (bouncing) - repulsion ;).

     

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