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    However dink, the coating of the string have an impact on the string yes?

    For instance BG80 0.68mm Hard Feeling & BG66 0.66mm Medium Feeling. And I'm sure we all agree how fast BG66 loses tension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InDoDoNkZ View Post
    However dink, the coating of the string have an impact on the string yes?

    For instance BG80 0.68mm Hard Feeling & BG66 0.66mm Medium Feeling. And I'm sure we all agree how fast BG66 loses tension.

    I am comparing normal strings. Not vectran strings such as BG80/BG85.

    And relatiely speaking BG66 does not lose tension fast. Definitely not as fast at BG65 or BG65Ti.

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    Ow Wow ... I wasn't making a comment back there about the coating dink I was asking for your opinion, the difference of coat treatment on strings ... seems you misunderstood ...hahaha owell ...

    Thanks for the info tho, you've been helpful
    Last edited by InDoDoNkZ; 09-27-2009 at 11:31 PM.

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    The coating (if it works) is only temporary. Once you hit through the coating, there's no more added benefit.

    The best addition is when the material is intergrated inside or intertwined with the string base, like BG80, B85, ZM62, ZM67, ZM70


    Quote Originally Posted by InDoDoNkZ View Post
    Ow Wow ... I wasn't making a comment back there about the coating dink I was asking for your opinion, the difference of coat treatment on strings ... seems you misunderstood ...hahaha owell ...

    Thanks for the info tho, you've been helpful

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    Quote Originally Posted by InDoDoNkZ View Post
    ZyMax 0.62mm

    The string is really powerful and has a very good durability for a 0.62mm. I strung it on my Arc10 3U at 30lbs and have been playing it for 2 weeks; 4-5 days a week for 8 hrs straight.

    A very high pitch sound is produced for every shot played, very similar to Nanogy98 0.68mm. Just as Powerful as Nano98 and has a better feel for tumbling net shots and drops. High and Attacking Clears couldn’t be much easier I noticed. The best thing about ZyMax62 is that, even when you do a lot of power shots & smashes it feels so soft and you can somehow ‘feel’ the birdie for a very brief period. This is what I felt during warm up and serious game. Especially at 30lbs, your wrist and shoulder will normally feel the strain which I felt when I was using Nano98 for months; it felt as if I’m hitting the birdie on a metal wire. This isn’t the case for ZyMax62. Plus it is cheaper than Nano98 U$ 15 compared to ZyMax U$ 9


    I have never string my racquets, I’m sorry I can’t provide you with any information on this. The Only downside, if you string it anything 28lbs or more as I’ve never tried lower tensions, on mishit on the top or bottom portion, you will break the string. If you do this a lot, read my review and go for the ZyMax 0.70mm or try the ZyMax 0.67mm. It will not break if you are precise and always on the sweet spot, unless wear and tear of course.

    You will definitely experience the difference if you are using excellent grade shuttlecocks/birdies or new ones.
    I hope this review has been helpful to some and I would definitely recommend this string for any type of players.
    Agree........strung Zymax62 at 27 lbs at my Mizuno TC700, very impressive. Repulsion is slighty better compare NBG98 (i use to strung NBG98 at 26 lbs ) so this zymax is give u more repulsion at more higher tension than NBG98. Sound is not crisp as NBG98 but as loud as BG80, i dont really care about the sound Control and feel is just like BG66, soft and easy NBG98 too slippery. Durability? unknown since i just strung it this afternoon and using just for warming and 2 game session wkwkwkwk so let see what happen in the next month

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    I put on a ZyMax 62 on my Mizuno TC300 @ 23x24 lb, it feels great. it's solid. For anyone's reference, ZyMax 62 Could replace BG80, but again it's only preference.

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    Is the .62mm avail in Sgp?

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    Anyone have the 67 in optic yellow, or know it actually exists?

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    I have it, so, I guess it does ;o
    So far, it's a very decent string. I wouldn't call it anything revolutionary, but it's possibly ashaways best yet. I'm a BG80 fan, so zm67 suits me perfectly... the difference between the two is not that big...

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    Okidoki and exactly, except for the price . Was waiting on an email when the yellow arrived in stock but haven't heard yet so was wondering since I read in the Ashaway catalogue it was only available in white and silver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Anyone have the 67 in optic yellow, or know it actually exists?
    Yes, it exists because Panda had it; but that's in the U.S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Okidoki and exactly, except for the price . Was waiting on an email when the yellow arrived in stock but haven't heard yet so was wondering since I read in the Ashaway catalogue it was only available in white and silver.
    well, I believe www.sportak.nl has it as well, I hope you don't mind me giving a good friend a bump
    As for price, I get my bg80 reels for 75-80 euros, but on average, ZM's are indeed cheaper

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Yes, it exists because Panda had it; but that's in the U.S.
    I was still supposed to email you yeah. Was at a player's wedding party around that time and some old channels opened up again . Figured you had already put in your order the days after.

    Quote Originally Posted by jerby View Post
    well, I believe www.sportak.nl has it as well, I hope you don't mind me giving a good friend a bump
    As for price, I get my bg80 reels for 75-80 euros, but on average, ZM's are indeed cheaper
    Haha, that's who I'm talking about (I mentioned them a page back). They didn't have the yellow in stock a week or two ago. Bg80 doesn't get much cheaper than that yeah. But since it absolutely definitely exists I won't have to worry about hearing afterwards it can't be delivered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishor View Post
    Is the .62mm avail in Sgp?
    sources in queensway says its coming in soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by alana07 View Post
    sources in queensway says its coming in soon...
    You Gals n' Guys are in for a treat!

    Panda's been testing the new ZM62 for a while and pending a bit more testing, if nothing changes, dare he say it...

    ...heck, Panda will say it:

    "Ashaway's ZyMax 62 is the new BG66"*.



    *Disclaimer: Panda has not tried BG66 Maxima

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    "Ashaway's ZyMax 62 is the new BG66"*.
    *Disclaimer: Panda has not tried BG66 Maxima
    for sure it is....

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    Quote Originally Posted by issarakaya View Post
    Agree........strung Zymax62 at 27 lbs at my Mizuno TC700, very impressive. Repulsion is slighty better compare NBG98 (i use to strung NBG98 at 26 lbs ) so this zymax is give u more repulsion at more higher tension than NBG98. Sound is not crisp as NBG98 but as loud as BG80, i dont really care about the sound Control and feel is just like BG66, soft and easy NBG98 too slippery. Durability? unknown since i just strung it this afternoon and using just for warming and 2 game session wkwkwkwk so let see what happen in the next month
    Quote Originally Posted by Takamsda View Post
    I put on a ZyMax 62 on my Mizuno TC300 @ 23x24 lb, it feels great. it's solid. For anyone's reference, ZyMax 62 Could replace BG80, but again it's only preference.
    I loved the Z62 @ 27 when I tried it (tried it on Li Ning N90), but it only lasted a bit more than 10 minutes :-( ..

    /T

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