NBG 98 or CBG 100

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  1. Richard0612PA

    Richard0612PA New Member

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    Does anybody know how many small packets of string will be needed to string a regular badminton racquet, by a professional stringer?
     
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    silentheart Regular Member

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    That is a very strange question to ask. Are you suspecting you got ripped off?

    The answer is 1 package.
     
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    A 10m roll of string is enough to string a racquet.
     
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    The title is totally random and has nothing to with the question.

    A small packet is designed to string one racket.
     
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    Some asian stringers omits a cross string near T-joint. This way, They could string a few more rackets with a 200m roll. And make a little more profit. They would insist that replusion power will increase without one string. But that's a hype.

    If a stringer is skillful enough, one requires only one pack of string.

    But, using 4 knots, I did sometimes snap cross while pulling then I have to open up another pack. Still, no mistake no two packages. Only one.
     
    #5 indyko, Dec 8, 2008
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