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Toaslon BL-8000

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by xZhongCheng, Mar 22, 2011.

  1. xZhongCheng

    xZhongCheng Regular Member

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    Just wondering, does anyone know where to get these strings??
     
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    This is an excellent string,far better than BG 65,80,95,99,98.
    Durability is owesome as well as power,feel and tension holding.
    I've stick to Toalson strings lately and i'm impressed.They have even better string in their offer:
    Toalson Nano Premium 66 - 0,66 gauge extra playable,durable string.
    Just see this link http://www.mybadmintonstore.com/shop/index.php?manufacturers_id=50.
     
  3. xZhongCheng

    xZhongCheng Regular Member

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    Wow, I just noticed that MBS has gotten more Toaslon Strings in. I was the one that probably suggested Winston Chan to get the Toaslon Strings lol
     
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    any recommendation other than BL8000? there seems to be :

    Biologic BL-6800 (0.68mm)
    Biologic BL-8000 (0.70mm)
    Nano Premium 66 (NP66) (0.66mm)
    Premium Tour 66 (PT66) (0.66mm)
    Synchro Hybrid 6470 (SN6470) (0.70mm + 0.64mm)

    the price is very reasonable. ~$5 pack, discount at higher quantities.
     
  5. xZhongCheng

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    I got some NP-66s. I am going to try using them soon.

    First I am gonna try NP-66 by them self, then gonna try to use BL-8000 Mains and NP-66 Cross.

    I got 15 packs of BL-8000s and 10 packs of NP-66s. Gonna have fun testing them out!
     
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    I bought 10 packs of NP66 to try and I am not quite impressed. It is slippery and not easy to string and it is thick. 20130228_074746.jpg
     
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    Been using the NanoPremium 66 for 11 weeks now, and initially had an identical racquet strung with NBG 98 for direct comparison . And the Toalson was sharper,livelier, and much more direct , making the Yonex appear soft, round and numb. No contest for me , and the 98 didn't stay for long on the racquet either . Only negatives with the NP66 is that it isn't marvellous at retaining tension , and the strings move around more than most. Unless you like the rock hard feel of , say ,BG80 or Babolat Finebraid micro, then I can't think of a nicer string at this medium thickness .
     
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    I am using BL8000s on the Main and NP66 on the cross and they feel fantastic. The hitting sound is nice and crisp. I have yet to try the NP 66 by themselves...
     

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