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Solinco Tour Bite 19 1.10

Solinco Tour Bite 19 1.10

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With a super thin 19 gauge for enhanced ball feel and bite, the newly developed Solinco Tour Bite 19 1.10 tennis string is a high-performance and versatile polyester string designed to generate extreme power and intense spin and bite. It uses an innovative, high-powered polyester monofilament fiber that generates maximum power while amplifying the spin and bite intensity of the ball.

  • Polyester string.
  • Excellent for generating spin and power.
Item #: 011700
Style #: 1920055
Type: Polyester
Length : 40 feet / 12.2 meters
Gauge : 19 gauge / 1.10mm
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Solinco Tour Bite 19 1.10
 
4.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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5.0

EXCELLENT IF YOU HIT FLATTER BALL

By ED

from MEMPHIS TN

About Me Competitive Athlete

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy to Use
  • Effective
  • Quality Construction

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Big Match

    Comments about Solinco Tour Bite 19 1.10:

    FANTASTIC STRING IF YOU HUGE TOPSPIN HITTER AS IT LAST MUCH MORE THAT YOU WOULD THINK TO BE SO THINK. GREAT FEEL FOR POLY GOOD SPIN CONTROL AGAIN I DONT HIT HUGE TOPSPIN SO NOT SURE OF DURABILITY WITH THAT STYLE

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    5.0

    Outstanding String, but string it lower...

    By coachjb2u

    from Orange County, California

    About Me Enthusiast

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Control
    • Feel
    • Great spin
    • Power

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Add Kick To Your Serve
      • Big Match
      • If You Need Spin
      • Warm Weather

      Comments about Solinco Tour Bite 19 1.10:

      This is a great string. I've been a tour bite fan for the past three years and it's my "go to" string when I'm in a tough, competitive match. I carry 4 of the same racquets and I always have two of them strung with Solinco Tour Bite 19 strung at 43 pounds. The other two I use for trying out new strings and / or different tensions. I have tried more than 40 different strings over the past 3 years and have only found one string (Lexicon Timo 18), that comes close to the feel and spin I get with Tour Bite.
      My first experience three years ago with Tour Bite was 16 gauge that I strung at 52 pound and it played great. I then tried 18 gauge but found I didn't like how it felt until I lowered the tension to 46 pounds. Then it felt and played even better than the 16 gauge. I was surprised that I needed to lower the tension as the strings got thinner but it makes a huge difference in the way it plays. When I tried the 19 gauge I settled at 43 pounds and it plays great. My serves have more movement (according to the guys I have played with for the past few years) than ever before. At first I was concerned that by stringing at such a low tension, I would have a loss of control, (as we have all heard for years), but that didn't happen. I got more power and better feel and much more spin, by lowering the tension as I went to thinner strings. I think those old rules aren't as applicable to co-poly strings as they are for gut and synthetic gut. I am not a heavy topspin hitter, but the additional spin I get with the Tour Bite strings helps keep my balls in the court. Solinco just came out with a 20 gauge version of Tour Bite and I have already strung one of my experimental racquets with it at 41 pounds. I'll probably be writing a review on Tour Bite 20 very soon.

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      5.0

      Great for spin!

      By Jacky

      from San Francisco, CA

      About Me Enthusiast

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Spin friendly

      Cons

      • Can Be Hard On Your Elbow

      Best Uses

        Comments about Solinco Tour Bite 19 1.10:

        USTA 4.0 player, mostly used for practice and weekend matches. Love the spin I can get out of it, and I'm not a heavy spinner in general. Used on IG Prestige Pro, at about 50-53 lbs tension. The only issue is a bit of a elbow/shoulder soreness.

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        4.0

        Super spin

        By Snovy

        from Longview,texas

        About Me Enthusiast

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Very Good Spin Long Last

        Cons

        • None

        Best Uses

          Comments about Solinco Tour Bite 19 1.10:

          Great string

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          • No

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          • Q:

            Being so thin, does the mfg or string experts recommend stringing at low tension than usual.
            Asked on 5/7/2013 by Fred from New York, NY

            2 answers

            • A:

              These strings can be strung at a normal tension. They are exceptionally strong.

              Answered on 5/8/2013 by Community Answer from None
            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              Even though the Tour Bite 19 is a very thin string, it is still a relatively stiff string. Reducing the tension will help offset some of the stiffness and create a more forgiving string bed. I find that a 5% reduction (about 2 pounds or so) is usually plenty, but it is based on personal preference. Some players might like to reduce their tension more, while others might reduce it less, so don't be afraid to experiment!

              Answered on 5/8/2013 by Ryan from Holabird Sports
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          • About SOLINCO
          With over 30 years of tennis expertise, the SOLINCO team develops and manufactures high tech tennis equipment, including tennis racquets, grips, strings and accessories. SOLINCO racquets are known for their custom blend of precision, feel and control. With a fully staffed research and development team, SOLINCO prides itself on always staying ahead of the competition.

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