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Precision Racquet stocks a wide selection of strings and grips at prices too low to advertise. Call for pricing.

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Precision Racquet is not currently offering badminton stringing.

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Precision Racquet is not currently offering badminton stringing.

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Precision Racquet is not currently offering badminton stringing.

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Gosen Proform Tuff 15L. A basic nylon string for the economy minded player

$14

Head Synthetic Gut PPS 16. Very similar to Prince Synthetic Gut in design, a basic center core construction with a wear resistant layer for added durability. Crisp playability. In White or Black.

$17

Toa Gold. Most folks are unfamilar with the name, but TOA is one of the largest manufacturers of synthetic strings in the world, if not THE largest, and they make strings for many of the name brands that you do know. Toa Gold is a really nice inexpensive synthetic gut. Available in 15L only.

$17

Still the best selling string in the world. Prince Synthetic Gut in my opinion is the stiffest of the synthetic guts and not vastly different from Wilson's, Gamma's or Head's or anybody else's synthetic gut for that matter. Good playability, good durability, good price and in an array of colors. The vanilla of tennis strings.

$18

Prince Lightning XX 16. Hey! This stuff is pretty! It has shiny spirals in it! Prince calls them Powerfoils and the even better news is they actually work! This string has some real pop! In clear, red, yellow, blue and black. Also available in clear and black in 17 gauge.

$20

Head RIP Control. An unusually durable multifilament with excellent control. Somewhat dead. I usually like to have string breakers try this one first before we start into the polyesters. Available in 16 gauge.

$22

Babolat Addixion 16. Not quite as soft as the more expensive Babolat Xcel but still pretty easy on the arm and with a crisper playability.

$25

Head FXP. A mainstay in Head's Control String line. It's got it's roots in the synthetic gut world but there's polyester in there too, just enough so you'd know it. In 16 or 17 gauge.

$25

Head FXP Tour 16 is a soft string built around a core of 4 large polyamide filaments. The playability is soft and best complements racquets that have a tendency to string up really tight, like the Head Extreme MP.

$25

Head Megablast 16 is original equipment on Head racquetball racquets. It's a multifilament string with above average durability.

$25

Tecnifibre RPX . Tecnifibre introduced this at roughly the same time as Triax and the 2 strings are very similar in terms of their compostion (50% polyester, 50% polyamide). RPX is several dollars cheaper than Triax, no doubt due to a difference in processing time. This type of string is intended to provide players with the comfort of a nylon based string and the control and spin of a poly based string.

$26

Prince Premier Power 16 is a coreless multifilament string with plenty of power and excellent comfort.

$29

Babolat Xcel replaces what was previously called Xcel Premium. In this updated version Babolat uses a new bonding agent that is intended to maintain the soft feel of the original while improving durability. One of the softest strings out there, so not a bad choice for sore arms. I am carrying this string in both 16 and 17 gauges.

$30

E-Force Oxygen 17. For racquetball only. Maximum power, elasticity, and resilience. Enhanced soft feel, Minimal vibration.

$30

Tecnifibre HDMX is a control oriented coreless multifilament for someone who likes the arm friendliness of that type of construction but usually finds them too lively.Pretty good durability too.

$31

Tecnifibre NRG. French made multifilament. Available in both 16 and 17.gauge. One of the best synthetics out there. If you want performance, definitely worth a try.

$31

Triax is Tecnifibre's latest effort to supply the comfort and feel of a premium multifilament with the control of a polyester in one string. If you are currently using a polyester hybrid Tecnifibre is aiming to supply you with this as an alternative. It's a 50/50 mix of polyamide and polyester fibers and available in 16 gauge (1.33mm)

$31

Tecnifibre TGV is the softest multifilament string in the Tecnifibre line and an excellent choice for someone with wrist or elbow issues.

$33

Tecnifibre X-One Biphase: I am carrying this in 16, 17 and 18 ga. If you are looking for performance and comfort this is one of the best playing arm-friendly strings out there.

$33

 

 

 

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