Ashaway MicroPower TI Badminton String

Ashaway MicroPower Ti Badminton String
Ashaway MicroPower Ti Badminton String
List Price: $12.00
Our Price: $8.50
Product Type: STRING


Description Technical Specs
MicroPower® TI badminton string from Ashaway Racket Strings combines the exceptional power of a thin string with the superior tension-holding properties of a unique microfilament design. A titanium additive incorporated into an abrasion-resistant polymer resin wear layer provides increased surface toughness and a modern titanium white color.

Ashaway's proprietary manufacturing process combines three thousand microfilaments into a highly oriented core. The core is encapsulated in a densely braided microfilament wear layer that is bound and coated with a polymer resin for superior durability and easy stringing. This unique construction prevents shifting and tension loss even when strung at tournament tensions-making MicroPower TI an ideal choice for top professional and advanced amateur players.

With a gauge thickness of 21-Micro (.70 mm), MicroPower TI string is 10 percent thinner than standard 21-gauge string. Thin strings provide more power by amplifying the "trampoline effect," and the thinner profile minimizes wind resistance, allowing shuttles to be hit harder and faster.

  • Gauge: 0.70mm / 21 Micro
  • Length: 10 Meter ( 33 Feet )
  • Color: Titanium White
  • Made in USA
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  • Staff Rating
  • Power: 5
  • Touch: 3
  • Durability: 5

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5 of 5 An outstanding all-rounder October 6, 2011
Reviewer: Mark from St Helens, UK  
After much experimentation with strings and tensions, I have finally settled on Ashaway MP at 31 lbs - it is all things to all men.

At my tension the string bed feel very stiff but it takes very little effort to bend it with power shots. The feel is on the soft side, and really comes alive with smashes and big clears. It also sounds lovely. It is not as powerful as 0.66mm strings, but plays a lot thinner than its 0.70 thickness.

With touch play, control is excellent, and there is enough friction on the surface to allow for slicing.

Durability is a pleasant surprise. Mine lasts a very long time, despite my being an intermediate who uses 31 lbs - this is the 0.70-ness reasserting itself. It is also good to string with.

This is probably the best "compromise" string I have ever tried - 90% as powerful as a "power" string, 90% as controllable as a "control" string and 90% as durable as a "durability" string. You will not be disappointed.

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