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Old 2010-11-03, 20:24   #1
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Default 361nation

One week ago i receive a strange green string to test... I don't know the manufacturer (but i think that could be Luxilon!!).

Nobody test this string?? anyway i love this string.. a lot of power and control... i subscribe a registration with the web site to receive another free sample!

The web site is 361nation dot com....

let me know!!
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Old 2010-11-03, 21:49   #2
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Hi jack0486 ,
I received this string and I heard it very well and I look forward to testing. I must unfortunately test many and I should be so much time. We hope will tell you something shortly.
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Old 2010-11-04, 12:55   #3
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I think it's Manufactured by prince, but am yet to play with it.
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Old 2010-11-04, 17:11   #4
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Arrow Same here..........

We have recieved 4 sets to date and have strung up 2 test racquets with it. Seems like a decent string with good control and lots of spin potential. Just testing to see how well it maintains tension now. However, except for the color, don't see anything special about this string; another decent poly.

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Old 2010-11-06, 03:47   #5
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It's funny how one company changes the color of a string and re-markets it. Then everyone who plays with it, say it's great. Earlier this year I tested a proto-type string from Wilson, called RED 17. I found out later it was just Wilson Stamina.

I think, once the "honeymoon" period is over it's just another colored string.
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Old 2010-11-06, 18:27   #6
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It's funny how one company changes the color of a string and re-markets it. Then everyone who plays with it, say it's great. Earlier this year I tested a proto-type string from Wilson, called RED 17. I found out later it was just Wilson Stamina. I think, once the "honeymoon" period is over it's just another colored string.
And now R17 will be marked as Wilson Red Alert for the 2011 season. Just received the notice from Wilson.

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Old 2010-11-08, 03:52   #7
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It's funny how one company changes the color of a string and re-markets it. Then everyone who plays with it, say it's great. Earlier this year I tested a proto-type string from Wilson, called RED 17. I found out later it was just Wilson Stamina.

I think, once the "honeymoon" period is over it's just another colored string.
Is it similar to Stamina or Stamina?
I found it to be similar but not stamina.
Can you confirm.
BTW I saw the video of Wilson machine testing and I was pretty amazed that they developed such machines to test strings.
Good thing about Wilson, Head, babolat and Tecnifibre is that they really develop new strings.
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Old 2010-11-19, 21:18   #8
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Default 361Nation ... Prince

There's a thread over on TW about this poly string; apparently it's a viral-marketing effort by Prince.

I just got a comp set thrown in with an order from Midwest Sports and found these two threads while looking for info on the string. Haven't strung it yet but there are some comments on the above-referenced thread.

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Old 2010-11-26, 03:16   #9
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Finally got my set of 361 Nation. Looks like Green SPPP 16. I don't usually play with 16 G string, but I'll give it a shot.

BTW, I got an e-mail 361Nation. It's now giving away string for every referral to the site.
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Old 2010-11-27, 22:47   #10
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Default 1.30mm 361 in a Prince Speedport Gold 110

I tested it and found it to be a string with comfort for a poly, and better than average tension maintenance.
I'm not a string breaker, but after 10 hours on red clay and 6 more on American Green clay, it shows no notching.
Prince green for a color, I'm just saying ???
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