Low tension, plastics string?

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  1. Dias09

    Dias09 Regular Member

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    I've been using the li ning number one at 24 for a year now, and while it is beautiful for feather, I don't really care much to let plastics destroy it.
    It is time for my restring, and since this racket will be going to my practice set, I'd like to know a string that can take plastics at 24 pounds, and feels a bit hard.

    Please, not the bg65/65ti.

    Danke.
     
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    Potato420dr Regular Member

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    Yonex Bg80 might be hard and durable enough for plastics.
     
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    Ouchie Regular Member

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    Why not try the thicker, more durable brothers of no1? Look at no5 (0.69mm - repulsion + durability) or no7 (0.70mm - super durability)

    I won't claim the image is correct but it is an interesting comparison.
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