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    Yonex Japan Towel Grips (AC402 and AC404) are better than the normal Yonex Towel Grips....
    I'm also using Pacific Towel Grips, not bad... but doesn't last long as well.

    Towel Grips don't last. One way to slow the process is to use wrist bands. This way ALOT less sweat gets onto the towel grip IMO. I'm quite sure the towel grips will last 2 times longer at least!

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    thanx how could i get them from japan

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    I always use wrist band, for both of my wrists. One for preventing sweat dripping down onto my grip and the other is to for wipping sweat off of my forehead. I have seen people of the long wrist band that cover about half of the forearms. If you sweat a lot, you will need it.

    You don't want your racquet to fly in mid air during a smash.

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    I sweat excessively that it's just pointless using towel grip, since I'll have to change it pretty much every match. Right now I am using a racquet ball glove on my racquet hand and that helps a lot, help me with better gripping and the glove also has decent wrist support and feels quite comfortable.

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    I haven't really tried Towel grip myself... but only use it if your hands sweat...
    if they don't you racket flys out of your hand...

    I,myself, don't use towel grip because my hands barely sweat.. but I don't think towel grip is very effiencent because you have to change it fairly quickly..

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    Question The Search For The Ultimate Grip

    Can anyone who reads this thread please tell me what grip they are using and what you think is the best grip???

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    I use to use yonex super grap however i found that do not suit my purposes. At the moment i use Karakal PU super grip. They last for a fair amount of time and is very tacky even in the later stages of the grip life. I play once a day everyday and sometimes even twice a day and the PU super grip lasts me a lil over a month however keep in mind that the PU super grip is a replacement grip and isn't an overgrip like Yonex. IF you can get a hold of mizuno i've heard good things about them. Kwun should be able to give you more info about mizuno or better yet do a Search on Grips in the equipment forum. Hope this helps.

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    i use kwista towel grip...
    quality is only decent..
    but it's cheap!!!
    i can afford to change it after every session!
    but it usually last me ard 2 weeks, which is around 6 sessions i guess

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    well..i've asked this question b4...and answers i've gotten have been

    -you gotta try them out and see which ones you like.

    I know where you're getting..you'd like ppl to name a few so you can try them out? well, my advice is, once you find one you really like..don't bother trying other ones...stick with the one you like.

    Well, i could suggest...
    Pro kennex...not sure which one..but one of those in that line is pretty good

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    I use the Gooseflites towel grip. It doesnt wear out easily but i change it once a week coz its really cheap!

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    I uses the Karakal towel grip, i feel that its no differene from other towel grip, but its cheap so i can afford to change it oftenly. 2 for S$5.

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    Default Re: The Search For The Ultimate Grip

    Originally posted by zerochillnet
    Can anyone who reads this thread please tell me what grip they are using and what you think is the best grip???
    I think it's best if you try out different ones yourself to see what characteristics suits you. I love my Black Knight competition grip because it's smooth and and hard. Most people would rather have soft and gel-like grippy. Also consider how well it absorbs sweat (BK competition is horrendous at this).

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    My ultimate grip has to be the Prokennex Soft Plus....

    It is really tacky, lasts a long time and suprisingly, its thin and soft/cushy at the same time......

    but the best part of it is, is that it comes in a pack of three for the cost of $5 Australian which is around $2.50 US

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    BK Ultra grip is pretty nice.. its pretty sticky at first, and it gradually decreases.. i don't sweat much so i couldn't tell you the sweat factor.. durability is good, it is not wearing off too much, been using it for about 2 months.. 7 hours a week.

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    Kimony..BEST GRIP EVER...

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    what are your thoughts on the kason super softa grip ?

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    Never tried them. Are they synthetic or towel? I prefer towel grips since my hands sweat a lot and they are much cheaper to replace!

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