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string diameter

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by koyeng, Sep 3, 2008.

  1. koyeng

    koyeng Regular Member

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    Hello brothers..

    I have been play badminton for the last 9 years but only once a week. I never get a serious training and know nothing of the tecnical info in to badminton equipment. lucky i found this web site and it really helpful. Im planing to get a hi-end racket for pleasure as I have been play for a long time. But still I need to know technical things.

    Can you guys explain to me what is the effect of thin and thick of the string diameter?

    Thanks
     
  2. phandrew

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    A thin string will give you more repulsion and less durability and vice versa for thick strings but there are other materials on the string that can affect the ratings.
     
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    max_cjs0101 Regular Member

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    phandrew is right.And to add to it,personal preference also plays a great role in choosing your string.
     
  4. koyeng

    koyeng Regular Member

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    Thanks guys. I have seen dinkalot string chart and I think it is very useful for my preference
     

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