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Luxilon SuperSense String October 7, 2013
Reviewer: Ahsan from NY United States  
This string is amazing, holds tension, I mean it just doesn't move even if you try to hit as hard as possible. Very Powerful, have it on my N50II and it's a great combo. Highly recommend this product.

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Luxilon string- what are you waiting for? June 26, 2009
Reviewer: James Cave from Hayward, CA United States  
I have to agree with the reviewers. This is one good string, better than the top Yonex and Gosen strings I had been using. Power seemed much greater and a couple of playing partners commented that I had gotten lots stronger! The sound isn't frightening but that doesn't score points, anyway. My control is also much better. Overall, a nice improvement in my game.

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Excellent soft feel, power, and durability June 12, 2008
Reviewer: Lee, E. from So. Ca, USA  
This string Rocks! I played with all Yonex strings that are available. I thought Yonex BG-85 was the best in the world. Well, I was wrong.

This string the best in the world in my opinion. The string has excellent soft feel and superb tension holding even though I swing so hard. Usually, I would have problem with BG-68ti or BG-80 with its hard vibration. With the Luxilon Supersense, I barely feel any vibration. I felt the impact but no vibration that makes me feel uncomfortable.

Lastly, the string is very powerful. It's more powerful than BG-68Ti, BG-85, BG-80, and NBG-95 OR any Ashaway strings that I have tried. It's like a canon shooting shuttlecock at high speed.

Try it out. No regrets here.

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i've been using it for 3 weeks, and it appears December 6, 2007
Reviewer: tony from cupertino, ca  
to be a very unique string with some qualities that i've never found in other strings. the string feels sort of weird at first, it doesn't give the "tight" and "hard" feeling at high tension, it doesn't give you the beautiful sound when you smash really hard. but actually it works pretty well. the only thing i seriously don't like is the slipperiness when i play the net.

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The Best String November 8, 2007
Reviewer: Paul  from Orange, CT United States  
This string is outstanding. Had my Armortec 500 strung at 22lbs on top pf line Babolat machine by stringer for men's an women's pro tennis tours (string 1 or 2 lbs less than your normal tension for best results). Pinpoint control on drives, clears and smashes, minimal decrease in power from my old BG-80. Far superior in touch sensitive net play to BG-80. Generous sweetspot and makes the AT 500 feel lighter at the end of the day. BUY THIS STRING NOW!

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WOW!! What a string! A must try. August 22, 2007
Reviewer: Joe S. from Hillsborough, CA United States  
Got this yesterday. Strung it at 23 lbs on my Wilson KFactor Tour. Tested yesterday and today and all I can say is .... Wow!!

Stringing was a little difficult because the string is kind of stiff and does not bend too much. After stringing, the tension felt like heck of tight!

Played for 4 hours straight and string does not move at all. I mean it just does not move.

I got excellent feel on my shots. Super control. The shuttlecock seemed to just bounced off the string as soon as impact. Good power also. I was able to smash hard and PRECISE with this string, much more precise than the BG-80 that I usually use.

Overall.... WOW!! This string deserves 6 stars in my opinion though 5 is the max.

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