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      Product Specifications


      16 Gauge / 1.30 mm


      40 feet / 12.2 meters

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      Wilson Revolve Spin 16

      Designed to give you access to maximum spin, Wilson Revolve Spin 16 gauge tennis racquet string features spin enhancing snap-back properties. Youll experience exceptional power while maintaining comfort.

      • Comprised of a low-friction UHMW material with a pentagon shape for extra bite.
      • Features a slick, smooth surface to enhance spin potential.
      average rating 3.0 out of 5
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      2 Reviews
      Rated 1 out of 5
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      Not durable!!!

      This string nice to string, BUT it only lasted 4 sets. Have it strung in a prince tour 98 esp. This string is not made for the open string patterns. Probably good for 18×20, or 16×19. Very disappointed. Wilson needs to do better. Maybe a 15 gauge. 4.0 baseliner with full western.

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      Rated 5 out of 5
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      Revolve Spin 16 is a real " winner " !

      This string has impressed me because I used NXT 16 for years and had it break numerous times. I enquire D at a local sports store if there's a string that feels like NXT while playing, but didn't tear semi- weekly. It was suggested that I try the Revolve 16 Wilson. At first , it was a little difficult, but soon I realized it had power like NXT, but with much more control. After a few weeks, the power came back and the control was better than NXT.I'm very impressed, but it took a short time to readjust. Lower tension is suggested.

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