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RSL strings - LT70 + super Ti660

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by Double_Player, Apr 5, 2008.

  1. Double_Player

    Double_Player Regular Member

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    I tried this LT70 string. it's awesome imo. it's powerful and yet soft at 25 lbs on old school AT700. clears and smashes is just sweet, and easy to produce. net play is enhanced and to me it feels sharper at the net :D it seems that it's more accurate at the net and for those pin hole shots down the alley between your opps rotation.

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    RSL Love tension LT 70
    .70 mm
    standard 10 m reel

    better than BG65Ti I had. heck anything is better than BG65

    I also had my D600 strung with super Ti660. I haven't tried it yet, but I'll let you guys know for sure.

    Spec:
    RSL Super Ti660
    .67 mm
    a lot of colour choices. I have the neon green one :D

    I have RSL socks that I've yet to try if that's matter...lol
     
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    jhirata Regular Member

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    Just wondering.. RSL sell strings in 10m reels ? O_O
     
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    I mean the standard 10 m in a pack...sorry :eek:
     
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    Double_Player Regular Member

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    RSL Super Ti660
    .67 mm

    very good for net play, superb feeling. don't like it as much as the LT70. dunno why...maybe because different setup with the D600 @ 26 lbs...
     
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    RSL Super Ti 630

    Gauge 0.64 mm, at first I think it will be like BG-66 which last only for two weeks. but proved me wrong, it feels like BG-66 but last long like Microlegend 0.73mm.

    One of the last longest string that I have come across since Microlegend gauge 0.73mm. But it feels like BG-68 ti or closer to BG-66.

    But this RSL Super Ti-630 was only my first one which last me almost three times BG-66 and twice compare to BG-68 Ti. I have to replace it only because it started to lose tension, it worn out and stretched (can see fraying).

    I have replaced it with the second Ti-630 but will wait if it behaves like the first one or I migth be just lucky with the first one.
     
  6. jhirata

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    I recently bought three packs of RSL strings:
    -RSL Super Ti 660 (0.67mm) in Royal Blue
    -RSL Super Ti 630 (0.64mm) in White
    -RSL Turbo Nano 650 (0.65mm) in Neon-Yellow

    I'll give them a try later and give a review of them.

    So far, I'm impressed by the reviews but I'll need to try them out myself to know what it's really like.

    And by the way, has anybody here tried the TN650 yet ?

    RSL seems to be making alot of thin strings.. very thin.
     
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    TN650?
    you mean this http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=32158&highlight=rsl&page=66, look at post#1111.
    i am still waiting............:(
     
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    I now have 4 reels of LT70 (purple yellow x2 and white) lovable string.
    Doesn't stretch as much as micropower, pretty stiff stuff.

    It feels to me like bg80, but then just a tad thicker.
     
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    How is the LT70 in terms of control and power? What racket and tension are you using?
     
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    I'm stringing 29lbs in a Karakal mtec80.

    So far so good, for the durability you get (on par with bg65) the power is good. not as good as bg66 and bg80 (but hey, it's thicker) but above average.
    And control... I wouldn't know hwo to describe it, the grip on the string is good, it's definately not slippery:p
     
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    I have to stock up on RSL LT70 then!!! :D

    35 lbs of torture test . . .
     
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    I'm hyping this up way to much:p
    It'll probably turn out to be an exact copy of bg70pro (which I never tried) :D
     
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    :D Don't spoil the fun will you :D

     
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    I'm also using a mtec80 (tatoo) but at 30 lbs. If its cheaper than the bg85 which i'm using now then i'll try it. thanks
     
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    Oh dear.. I decided to go with Micropower XL at 30lbs instead of the Ti660 :S...
     
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    i already sring my racket with rsl 630 ti...cant wait to test it...hopefully it worth...anyone have try it???? can give me full view??
     

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