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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung
    not impressed with it
    Agreed. Had BG65P for a month and it felt like a BG65 but with harder string surface.

    For me, BG85, BG80 and BG66 are the string of my choice. Love to try BG88Ti one day.

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    The daddy of them all - natural gut

    (was anyone waiting on me saying that?)

    $30, I'm a bit more expensive with it costing 22 in the UK

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    I decided to take back what i said about BG68Ti. I guess it was just my luck that it broke so fast. Recently Tried my friend's AT500 with BG68Ti strung at 24lbs and it was @#%&^ing powerful.. just 1 touch is enough to send the shuttle to the other court. Just move your hands and it will go to the baseline. but the control will be abit harder.

    Nevertheless, BG66 is still too fragile to me.

    also to update the recently strung MicroLegend on my Ti-Dream... Strung at 26lbs. At first was not really impressed. its thick and its stretchable. but not as much as BG65. The String was pushed to the side and the gap betweens the lines can be seen after a full strength smash. Can see where the shuttle was hit. But after 2 more days of intense hardhitting, the power seems to grow for every shot. yes. its becoming more and more stretchable. shots are becoming more powerful.. control was good too. Maybe cause of my racket(5U). Well. Overall was a good string. Love it! Hope it continues to improve.

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    BG-68Ti is the best selling string in the world!!!

    By the way, does anyone know which is the best string for smash, regardless durability, control....etc.

    3Q very much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feng_MP-100
    BG-68Ti is the best selling string in the world!!!

    By the way, does anyone know which is the best string for smash, regardless durability, control....etc.

    3Q very much!
    Personally, I like BG66 (or BG85 is also fine) the most, in terms of performance only. Since I am a stringer, I don't care about the durability that much. BG66 is the super thin string which will give you great feelings and sound when you hit the shuttle. Also, BG66 is cheaper than BG85, so I prefer BG66 a little more.

    I just recently started to use BG66 on most of my racquets.....it's very good....although they don't last long. I am thinking, one can probably only last about a month or less (since I play 3 times a week).

    I think it's time for stringing again Tonight I am going to put the strings on my new Slim10

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeff
    Personally, I like BG66 (or BG85 is also fine) the most, in terms of performance only. Since I am a stringer, I don't care about the durability that much. BG66 is the super thin string which will give you great feelings and sound when you hit the shuttle. Also, BG66 is cheaper than BG85, so I prefer BG66 a little more.

    I just recently started to use BG66 on most of my racquets.....it's very good....although they don't last long. I am thinking, one can probably only last about a month or less (since I play 3 times a week).

    I think it's time for stringing again Tonight I am going to put the strings on my new Slim10
    Yes!! As a stringer, the durability of the string is not the main factor for selection. The cost of string is very low, 70% of money is paid for the stringing job.

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    BG65 for me. Find that BG66 gives a more "tin-like" feel when you whip the racket ....

    ALso like pacific natural guts, but hard to find and expensive.

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    I have testing all the yonex strings and My favourit is defently BG-80.
    My former string and the most used string in Finland is Micropower but that is a little bit slipery than BG-80 but the thouch is almost the same i think.

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    Hmm.. maybe i like thicker strings. anyway, 70% for stringing charges??
    so originally BG66 cost onli S$4+. i am looking for a stringing machine now. but couldn't find. i have a low budget. ard $150-$200. if any of u guys in S'pore selling pls msg me. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feng_MP-100
    BG-68Ti is the best selling string in the world!!!
    Start from when, BG68Ti is the #1 in selling? I believe BG65 is still the leading horse.

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    I tried BG85, Bg66, Bg65, Bg65Ti and Bg80.

    BG 85 and Bg66 are my favourite but they brake a bit too fast.

    Bg65Ti is the worst.


    However I still wonder what is the Factory string that Carlton use because I liked it alot. It's a kind of thick yellow string. The surface is very rough and I find it has better control than Bg85.

    I wish I can try Bg88ti or naturalgut one day when I'll get rich

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    I had tried Yonex BG65, 66, 65Ti, 68Ti, 70 Pro, 80, 85. I like BG80 the most and BG70 Pro the worst.

    BG80 gives me more repulsion power, touch shot are great (compare with other strings, of course) and the 'pop' sound are loud and clear especially strung over 23 lbs.

    For colour, I prefer white > blue > navy blue > black > yellow > red.

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    I had tried Yonex BG65, 66, 65Ti, 68Ti, 70 Pro, 80, 85. I like BG80 the most and BG70 Pro the worst.

    BG80 gives me more repulsion power, touch shot are great (compare with other strings, of course) and the 'pop' sound are loud and clear especially strung over 23 lbs.

    As far as colour is concerned, I prefer white > blue > navy blue > black > yellow > red.

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    I've tried the BG-65, 66, 70 Pro, 80, 85, 65-Ti, 68-Ti, and my most favorite ones have got to be the 66 and 85. I've only tried the 80 once so I don't really remember the feel for that, but I remember it was quite good as well. My most hated strings have got to come from the Ti strings. Maybe it was because it was too highly strung back then, but they were very dead and gave no response at all, especially the 65-Ti. I also don't really like the 70 Pro, because it also gives no feeling, even though it lasts pretty long.

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    Smile tonyw nice to meet you

    Nice to meet you...Finland guy...

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    i use bg 65 and 66. tried 68ti and 85 but they dont really work for me. 66 work really well but also break as often as twice in 1 month. 65 is only for backup racket coz of the durability

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    I only used 2 kinds of string so far. One is Gosen Bio-Roots 80 i believe. And the other one is Yonex Bg-85. I do not feel any difference between them...

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