KIZUNA STRING

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  1. foo.tw

    foo.tw Regular Member

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    No, VBS63 is soft.
    I think it's more toward VBS66N which is stiff.
    I don't have access to VBS series, so it's mere guess.
     
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    Wow, the Z58 string is a "harder AS". Feels at least 0.5 kg tighter than AS at the same tension. Feel is awesome! Repulsion power similar to AS. Gonna compare it to AS again and pray that I don't like it as much.
     
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    Gotta have to try this string again - felt so awesome, while it lasted.
     
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    Kizuna Z64 is my favourite so far. Great repulsion & control. [​IMG]

    Sent from my COL-L29 using Tapatalk
     
  5. Rob3rt

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    Should I use this string instead of AS? But only with packs? Sounds like a stupid idea, but then again - I did it with R4X110 for a while.
     
  6. Charlie-SWUK

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    R4X is dirt cheap though.
     
  7. Rob3rt

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    Yeah, Kizuna is about 15 Euros more expensive than a 200 m reel.
     
  8. Tai Yuan Sin

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    Is the Z58 same as Z58p?
     
  9. allim969

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    If you are still interested try this place. Opposite Singapore Badminton Hall.
    340 Geylang Road, #01-46. Le Regal Building. Z63 Premium cost S$18, inclusive of string.
     
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    compare k8zuna z64x w bg66f?
     
  11. riyadi

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    Strung my mizuno jpx 8.1 with kizuna z63 premium 23/25, great for smash, repulsion, sound and control. Better than yonex 66 ultimax
     
  12. Rob3rt

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    I really like Z58, but the amount of notching after a few sessions is ridiculous. Close to R4X110.
     
  13. shreyas666

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    R4x110 currently in production isn't like r4x of old. It has a new DNA. It's good to use. Performance is very close but overall it's a different product .
    Old r4x used to look like dirty yellow with a translucent ting?
    New one is solid white.
     
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    Can anyone compare Z63 to Li Ning No.1? Which has better repulsion, durability, control?
     
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    For your information guys. In Singapore, ProSmash Badminton do carry Kizuna String for restring:

    #01-46 Le Regal, 340 Geylang Rd
    Singapore 389365
     
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  16. Rob3rt

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    Anyone tried different colours of Kizuna Z58? Any noticable difference? I noticed that the yellow is a tiny bit harder than white. Haven't tried the other colours yet.
     
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    Well idk where anyone here lives, but in Indonesia, there’s this new string called the Z63X apparently according to Kizuna, it is now medium feeling instead of soft, and is advertised to hold tension well
     
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    I ordered a pack myself to try out, maybe I’ll post a review if anyone’s interested
     
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    So I got my Z63X, and I strung it at 27x29lbs, but the idiot stringer didn't put tension on some cross strings. So I couldn't test out this string's full potential, I cut it after a day and I immediately went to restring it with my go-to strings, the Li-Ning No.1
     
  20. Curvy

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    Felt Z58 is a softer AS. It just feels tighter because it is really thinner n hv a sharper higher pitch.
     

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