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Tennis String Review: Tecnifibre X-One Biphase, Black Code, Pro Red Code & More

September 20th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis String Review

Tennis String Review Tecnifibre X-One Biphase, Black Code. Pro Red Code

The best way you can improve the playability and comfort of your current tennis racquet is regular and proper restringing with a high quality tennis string. A good rule of thumb is to restring your tennis racquet each year as many times as you play a week. For a 3 time a week player restring at least 3 times a year. It may also be a good idea prior to important tennis tournaments to get your racquet restrung. For a limited time there is special savings on Tecnifibre tennis strings. They are a favorite with many of our customers.

Tecnifibre Tennis Strings Customers Reviews

I find that playing with the 18g really helps my arm. I also recommended those strings to several of my friends and they too mentioned that they have much better control…Candice on the Tecnifibre X-One Biphase String 18g Tennis String (read the full review)”

…I tried the clear set they sent … in my spare Burn 100 Frama and wow, the 17 does not feel soft but plays soft and quite a spin monkey…” Tom on the Tecnifibre Black Code 4s 17g Tennis String (read the full review)

excellent rope, generates power with control and has a great sensitivity for the beats…” Antonio on the Technifibre Black Code 16g Tennis String (read the full review)

One of these softest poly strings that I have tried. It has a great spin potential and it’s easier on your arms when compared to other poly strings out there. I use it in combo as a hybrid with the X-one…” Peter on the Technifibre Pro Red Code 17g Tennis String (read the full review)

One of the best string on the market. Very comfortable, great feeling, very close of natural gut. Not very durable, like any multifilament. Go for it !...” Frank on the Technifibre NRG2 16g Tennis String (read the full review)

Love the Tecnifibre Pro Red Code 16G string!! Great feel and suprising duability, which helps to make it a good value. I would never go back to synthetic gut. This string has definitely helped to improve my game, and I would recommend it for serious, heavy hitting players. Also love the red color..” Gunnar on the Technifibre Pro Red Code Reel Size (read the full review)

Tecnifibre Tennis String Review Breakdown

Tecnifibre X-One Biphase String 18g

Tecnifibre X-One Biphase String 18g Tennis String. X-One Biphase is Tecnifibre’s premium string. It is designed to take playability and durability to a new level by providing ultimate performance of power and feel, while extending string life by 20% and offering increased spin. X-one Biphase joins together H2C (High Heat Capacity) and NRG microfilaments to acquire this high power and dynamic response. X-One benefits from a process (trimerization), which bonds polyurethane to protect against wear and notching while maintaining high comfort and feel.

Tecnifibre Black Code 4S 17g Tennis String

Black is back with the Tecnifibre Black Code 4S tennis string. The Black Code 4S is a square shaped polyester string designed to have maximum spin and 20% more power than Tecnifibre Pro Red Code. Even though this string does come with more power do not think it cannot last as it has proven to be 15% more durable then its counter part Tecnifibre Black Code, while having the same tension maintenance as Razor Code.

Tecnifibre Black Code 18g Tennis String

The Tecnifibre Black Code Tennis String is a pentagonal polyester string designed to have better elasticity, which delivers more pop, a bigger sweet spot and less shock at impact. The string also has a pentagonal shape for increased spin and feel. It’s aimed at frequent string-breakers and can be used as the durability half of a hybrid.

Tecnifibre Pro Red Code 17g Tennis String

Tecnifibre Pro Red Code is suited to the new generation of aggressive player, Tecnifibre Pro Red Code is a new option in the co-polymer/polyester string category. Better tension maintenance and greater comfort than most other polys. Composition is Monofiber high premium copolymer polyester.

Tecnifibre NRG2 16g Tennis String

A maximum power string with decent durability. PU Inside gives 400% elasticity for ultimate comfort and dynamic performance. SPL anti-abrasion coating increases durability. Elastyl Fiber gives 12% more power than standard polyamide. Multi-filament string. Natural Color.

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