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New Yonex string 2003

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by TartanSparkle, Oct 2, 2002.

  1. TartanSparkle

    TartanSparkle Regular Member

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    This is the new Yonex string theBG-100 Cyber Natural.

    Have a look at my translation into English to see that it is a pretty awesome string to be had!!!
     

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    From the attached bmp above, does anyone know how
    a relatively low 'feel' factor produces such a high 'control'
    factor? I would've thought these 2 factors are directly
    proportional to each other. :confused:
     
  4. Lefty

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    I don't know how the string feels but I know it is not durable. My friend strung it for about few weeks and he first observe there are threas coming off the string and he pop the string relative fast after that.

    It seems as Cyber Natural is a remake of the old BG-470, does anyone still remember that string? It was supposely design specifically for wide body racket. They both show the similar failure mode.
     
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    Used to play with BG-470. I like this string but like you said not durable. Switched to BG-66 and later BG-80. For some reason never liked BG-65.
     

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