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Yonex BG-66 Ultimax JP (each)
[BG-66UM JP]
by Mark Appleton Date Added: Monday 31 January, 2011
Plays almost identically to BG66 Maxima:

Power - 10/10. The most powerful Yonex string of all, so easy to bend.

Control - 9/10. The thinnness will lead inescapably to a very stiff stringbed, so this string is very good at close-in stuff (i.e. net spinners). The outer shell is similar to BG66.

Feel - 9/10. The thinness also helps to preserve the vibrations coming from the racket head, so you KNOW when you've hit the shuttle. Off-centre hits do, accordingly, generate a jarring sensation, but this can't really be avoided.

Durability - 8/10 (so far). I've had a good four sessions with this string so far at 26.5 lbs, and it has given me no cause to worry about it breaking. I can go for 100% power with no fear.

If you're a habitual high tension user like me (30+ lbs on 0.70 strings), playing 66UM 10% looser will give similar power and control and less stress on the frame.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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