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Product Specifications

Gauge

16 Gauge/ 1.30 mm

Length

40 ft./ 12.2 meters

Item #

011062

Style #

02GMU130XN

Item is returnable, but does not qualify for free returns.

Tecnifibre Multifeel 16 1.30

Multifilament Synthetic. You can expect enhanced dynamic performance, added comfort and enhanced durability from Tecnifibre's Multifeel 16 string. Players looking for an easy-on-the-arm feel will love this softer string.

  • A central monofilament provides 45% more durability compared to most popular performance synthetic gut strings.
  • Features a Anti-Abrasion Coating of SPL Silicone Pyrogene Lubritec.
average rating 4.5 out of 5
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Reviewed by esdubya
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

A great string worth trying if you haven't done so yet ...

This polyamide string is a good middle ground between nylon-based multifilament string and the harsher, stiffer polyester. Good playability, ball pocketing, and all-around great feel at a very affordable price point. Note, the string with the black coating will tend to show wear after a while. While it doesn't seem to affect durability or playability, the strings will begin to take on an 'unshaven' appearance in the primary impact area of the string bed ;-) (Note: this review is the same as my review of the Multifeel 17)

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Reviewed by KD C.
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I recommend this product
Rated 4 out of 5
Review posted

Great Low-Powered Multi

Tecnifibre is a great multi string for those that supply their own power. A unique characteristic of this multi is that strings to not require adjusting between points, they always return to their original alignment. The coating that allows this to happen also makes for easy stringing. Vibration absorption is great, making this a good string for those with joint problems. Longevity is the only drawback to Multifeel. The coating tends to wear within a few hours of hitting, at which time the string begins to fray. Frayed strings, however, perform well up until they break a few hours later.

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