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If there was only one string you could use for the rest of your life

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by Jason123, Apr 29, 2012.

  1. Jason123

    Jason123 Regular Member

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    What string would it be and what tension :)
     
  2. Jason123

    Jason123 Regular Member

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    Obviously if you snap the string you can replace it but only with the string you pick
     
  3. Optiblue

    Optiblue Regular Member

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    Well, I've tried many strings but there's only one that I keep going back to and that's BG80's. 32-34lbs works well for me :)
     
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    i'll try to stick with Ashaway ZM67, until i find something more suitable eventually.

    25x27lbs at the moment, i'm quite sure i won't stick to that for the rest of my life.
     
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    VS850. I'm totally addicted to the feel of it.
     
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    If money was not an object and I could afford to replace strings regularly then it has to be Bg66U, but loses feel quickly and durability isn't great, but as I'm a professional stringer I only have to pay for the cost of the string and not labor so it works well for me.

    www.apbstringers.co.uk
     
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    hahahahaha


    victor vs850 at 24lbs, forever!!!!!
     
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    If money is really not a problem, BG66Ultimax (22x23) after every session !! :D
     
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    ZM67 red @ 24x26 lbs forever!
     
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    err... I'm just using Yonex BG65 at 32x34lbs... =.='
     
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    32X34 !!! What sort of racquet have you got ? What is the shape NOW ? :eek:
     
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    String that may last me forever at the moment shall be BG85 @ 25lbs. 4 knots stringing on my pro kennex tm1200.
     
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    ZM62 @ 26x28 lbs. Attack more, and more, and more:p
     
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    Nbg 95 at 26x28 ... probably?
     
  15. xczheng

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    BG80 Power 26x28. I may go to 28x30 later.
     
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    BG66 UM at 28 x 30lbs. Every week fresh stringing job.
     
  17. findecano1

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    This on a MX80.
     

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