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Holabird Sports


Available Signum Pro Poly Plasma 1.18 (113703 hits) Co-PolyesterMonofilament 169 ratings $9.00-$10.00* Available in: World 2014-02-01
 Durability  Power  Control  Feel  Comfort  Spin  Tension stab.  Satisfaction  Overall
95% (143/151)

Colors:   good   bad   average  ¦  Satisfaction = overall satisfaction
Ratings 46-50 of 169
Tester charliewuu (2), 2009-02-28  anonymous Residence: USA boys team player upper league, hard strokes with moderate spin, allround game
Test Conditions Tension Racquet
56/56 lbs Dunlop Aerogel 1Hundred (MS, 16/19)
Absolute Rating Durability Power Control Feel Comfort Spin Tension Stability
This string was too soft and not crisp enough for me so I cut it out but these strings are pretty decent and they are soft which I'm not completely in to. FYI you need to break into the strings for it to be more elastic. I'm pretty sure you need to break into every string for a more elastic not as stiff feel.
Satisfied? satisfied
Compared to:
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Durability Power Control Feel Comfort Spin Tension Stability
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Similar string(s): n/a
StringAdjectives soft, stretchy, solid
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Tester sge99 (3), 2009-02-13  registered Residence: Germany boys team player upper league, hard strokes with moderate spin, offensive baseline game
Test Conditions Tension Racquet
53/51 lbs Wilson KSix-One 95 18x20 (MP, 18/20)
Absolute Rating Durability Power Control Feel Comfort Spin Tension Stability
 
Satisfied? not satisfied
Compared to:
n/a
Durability Power Control Feel Comfort Spin Tension Stability
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Similar string(s): n/a
StringAdjectives soft, resilient, sluggish
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Tester gildong (1), 2009-02-11  email address provided but not confirmed Residence: California male team player upper league, allround game
Test Conditions Tension Racquet
57/57 lbs Wilson Pro Staff 6.0 95 (MP, 16/18)
Absolute Rating Durability Power Control Feel Comfort Spin Tension Stability
 
Satisfied? satisfied
Compared to:
Luxilon Big Banger Alu Power 16L
Durability Power Control Feel Comfort Spin Tension Stability
 
Similar string(s): n/a
StringAdjectives lively, solid, crispy, precise
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Tester Blacknek (14), 2009-02-08  Verified Tester Residence: Germany male team player lower league, medium strokes with little spin, serve & volley game
Test Conditions Tension Racquet
53/53 lbs Wilson nBlade MP (MP, 18/20)
Absolute Rating Durability Power Control Feel Comfort Spin Tension Stability
My favorite string. Before I used to play the 1.23, which might have a bit more power. But the 1.18 is easier to string and provides a more direct feel. Durability is also very good with the 1.18. I'm not a string breaker and never break the SPPP. I usually cut it out after some time (which is fortunately quite long due to the good tension stability).
Satisfied? satisfied
Compared to:
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Durability Power Control Feel Comfort Spin Tension Stability
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Similar string(s): n/a
StringAdjectives comfortable, lively, explosive, crispy, precise, rough
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Tester cheezhdinil (8), 2009-02-01  Board-ID Residence: USA male team player upper league, hard strokes with heavy spin, offensive baseline game
Test Conditions Tension Racquet
61/59 lbs Wilson KBlade Team (MP, 18/19)
Absolute Rating Durability Power Control Feel Comfort Spin Tension Stability
 (>20 hrs.)
This is a belated review (though I did re-test). This string is one of three I currently use, and a favorite.

Stringing: No issues, it came from a new reel and had little coil memory.

Play: SPPP "fits" my style. It has just enough power, control, feel and comfort. Where it excels for me is spin, I often see bits of fuzz in the air when I look up from contacting a groundie. The 17L provides a friendly feel that I can only categorize as that... it does what I expect of it. Typically this string is in at least 1 of my teaching/playing sticks. And, beyond all that... it looks pretty cool (if hybrid with a multi, it reminds me of an orange and vanilla ice-cream treat).

Conditions: I played with Wilson US Open balls on indoor hard courts (both standard for me). Started using this product in the summer and have had wonderful results on har-tru as well.

In sum: If you like to hit a heavy, spinning ball (and can, LOL) and wish your racquet to play the same each day - try this string. In my opinion it's a very well balanced co-poly. I'm forever having students trying to trade me sets of Lux and PHT for lengths of SPPP! That says a lot!
Satisfied? satisfied
Compared to:
Signum Pro Poly Plasma 1.23
Durability Power Control Feel Comfort Spin Tension Stability
n.a.
The limited comparison menu had me choose the same string, in a thicker gauge but if Topspin Cyber Blue 1.25 had more spin, and a bit more control these two could be brothers. The choice is yours... more pop -> Topspin Cyber Blue, more control and spin -> SPPP 1.18.
Similar string(s): Topspin Cyber Blue
StringAdjectives resilient, lively, precise
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