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      Product Specifications

      Color

      Gold

      Gauge

      16L gauge / 1.25mm

      Length

      40 feet.

      Item #

      011691

      Style #

      WRZ997110

      US sales only.

      Luxilon 4G 16L (1.25)

      Advance to a new generation of string technology with Luxilon 4G 125 tennis string. This innovative string offers incredible durability along with the legendary power and spin that you expect from Luxilon strings. To make things even better, 4G offers enhanced comfort and 30% less tension loss than any other polyester.

      • The first polyester string to be similar to natural gut in tension maintenance.
      • Provides durability and enhanced comfort.
      average rating 4.4 out of 5
      Based on 7 reviews
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      86% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
      7 Reviews
      Rated 2 out of 5
      Review posted

      Stiff but not much feel

      I used this in my yonex eZone around 52. Great plow through but not good for pocketing. Also my hand and wrist began to hurt. I think Tecnifibre ice code is a better durability spin string

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      Rated 5 out of 5
      Review posted

      Excellent Strings!

      Male, 5'6", 150 lbs, 4.5, one handed back hand, Extreme Western, Western, and Semiwestern forehand grips, RF97A (2017), and previously used Volkl Cyclone 18 (50lbs) and 19 g (58lbs), Volkl Cyclone Tour 17 g (56 lbs), Babolat RPM rough 17 g (50 lbs), and now 4G 17g (52 lbs). Purchased the RF97A in June/17 and very nice racket but to find the right strings at the right tension took quite some time. The 4G @ 52 lbs full bed was the best of the strings with the Volkl Cyclone Tour coming in at 2nd best. Since using the 4G, I have not lost a match (3/3) and my partners all say this is the best string I have played with. It does not produce as much spin as the Volkl Cyclone Tour 17g but much more power, presicion, and tension maintenance. When hitting flat, there is sufficient control and excellent ball pocketing compared to all the previous strings. Slices are very deep and skid through the court. Much more power and spot serving with these strings. Volleys are crisp and precise. Only cons are price ($10 more than Volkl strings) and the gold color. But, from talking to friends who have used these strings and reviews, a player only has to change these strings every 6 months. Now that I am use to these strings, I will try @ 54 lbs (I always string at the proshop with a high end electronic constant pull tennis stringing machine - this adds about 2 lbs compared to a manual machine). Enjoy the strings and happy tennis!

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      Rated 5 out of 5
      Review posted

      Great string

      Best string I've ever used.

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      Rated 5 out of 5
      Review posted

      The Pros are not wrong

      The retention of tension is the best of any string I have ever used. It is also extremely durable while providing excellent accuracy, control and feel. Its ability to produce high ball spin speeds may not be the best on the market, but for all around play it seems to be best. My use is for mains on a Wilson Pro Staff RF97 with NXT 17 on the crosses, both at 60#

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      Rated 4 out of 5
      Review posted

      Expensive but worth it

      I play tennis an average of an hour a week. I bought a Wilson BLX Steam 105S racket and these were the strings recommended on the side of the racket. The cost is a little hard to swallow, being 2-3 times the cost of what I normally pay for strings. I have my own stringer and installed them at the high end of the string tension range. I do NOT recommend this as the racket was very hard to control at first. However, after the strings loosen up a bit, it plays beautifully. Many people complain this racket eats strings pretty fast, but I've had the same set on for about 5 months with very little notching and still pretty good control with the racket. I bought these to replace the current set which should be changed out soon. This time, I'm restringing at a lower tension and switching them out more often. If you string your own racket, I have to say that this is the most difficult string that I have worked with. It is incredibly stiff, has a very defined memory when bent, and stretches very little. Not very fun to work with on my drop-weight stringer. All-in-all, if you need a string that has good movement within the bed, this is for you.

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