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  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Gary Phoebus
    I am a 70 year old, that retired 4 years ago and started playing USTA matches for the first time in my life. I knew that I had to create spin, to make up for my very late start, and I also wanted it to be as economical as possible. Your string has helped me accomplish both needs and helped me win state championships (clay doubles) on the 55 and 70 teams i am on. Thanks, Gary
  • Review of: Snake-Bite Smooth
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Julius Breza-Boski
    Great durability as expected, with exceptional spin and power. Been using it this year to string peoples racquets that want a reliable poly string. Everyone loves it, no complaints.
  • Review of: Power Cord
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Fabian Tunberg
    I ordered a large quantity of Golden Set string. My players and I love the feel of the snake bite because its durable and still has that bite to create the needed spin on the ball. Also the Power Cord has a soft feel to it and not to hard on an arm. This is extremely effective for my players who play 19 matches in two weeks and this string also has a long lasting durability. Very impressed with Golden Set tennis strings
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Peter Storm
    I can't say enough good things about the Hex string . . . lasts long, bites the ball great, doesn't move around in the racquet, and gives me lots of control. I've started stringing my racquets at 39 lbs. and even at that low tension this string stays in place. I use Hex for the mains and Snake-bite for the crosses at 2 lbs. more. Love the response that I get from it! Everyone I've strung racquets for request this combo of Hex and Snake-bite. Just the best string that I've ever used. Thanks!!!
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Stephane Laurin
    Hi! I really do appreciate your strings that I have bought, already twice! They are fun to play with, and they don't break too fast compared to a bunch of other companies' strings I have tried before. All the best! Steph
  • Review of: Snake-Bite Smooth
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Ludwik Stec
    Snake Bite Smooth is perfect for big hitters who don't want to worry about overhitting when they're attacking the ball. In other words, I found this poly to be quite low powered and very well suited to the aggressive stroke speeds needed for heavy spin. Durability turned out to be absolutely top notch. With slightly lower tension, this string is very arm friendly, that’s why few high ranked juniors I string racquets for simply love it. I would compare this string to Wilson Ripspin or Prince Tour XC and/or few others. In past few months I used almost four reels of Snake Bite Smooth and I’ll order again. Ludwik Stec Teaching Pro and professional stringer
  • Review of: Power Cord
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Olivier Martinel
    I have first used the Power Cord in yellow and I first loved them, then used the Snake Bite in black and I love GoldenSet even more. The Power Cord are a very soft string so I do not get pain in my elbow anymore, the Snake Bite are a little bit harder on my elbow, and the bite you get from the Snake Bite is really amazing, it is like the ball stays in your racquet at contact point for 3 or 4 seconds lol, you have time to aim and shoot back. Right now I went back to the Power Cord because they are more gentle on my elbow and so far I am happy this way. Highly recommended and cheaper than all other brands, I have tried a multitude of big brands for the past 2 to 3 years, non stop changing strings to see what will fit my game best, and the best one out there is the Luxilon Alu Power 125, but really expensive and do not last longer than 1 month on my racquet playing 3 to 4 times a week, I am a 4.5 player and I play really hard. The Power Cord do not have as much spin as the Snake Bite but it is actually really good for a smooth poly string. I string them at home and can restring not too often, Power Cord stays a long time, 2 months, in my Yonex Ezone 98 at 48lbs. I love it. Buy it, any of them... Olivier.
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: David Guevara
    I am a 35-year veteran of tennis 5.5 player number 2 in California I tried poly hex the first time and fell in love with it strong at 50 pounds on my head spin racquets just bought I highly recommended then I'm going to buy more of it thank you
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: DANIEL JONES
    Excellent durability, and more spin generation then any other string I have tried. My go to string for many years now.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite Smooth
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Xiaoqiang Ma
    I like the feeling of this string. It is stiff initially. However, after I use different tension of vertical and horizontal stringing, it feels much better. I improved stability and spin of my ground strokes using this string. I will buy this string again.
  • Review of: Power Cord
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Raja Chandrasekar
    I've been using GS strings for a few years now... Started with Snakebite a few times & liked the bit it had... But once I tried Power Cord 16, I was hooked.. I have settled on 50 - 52 lbs tension range in full bed... Being a soft Poly it is a lot of fun to play with while being easy on the arm & providing excellent durability. I've strung this for a few friends who also love it. I've been using the 16 gauge for a couple of years now & have been very very happy! Next up Power Cord 17 gauge & I am certain it is only going to be better :-) Lastly, it would be great if GS can sell 1/2 reels of Power Cord strings 17 & 16 gauge. TY GoldenSet for the great prices & excellent service.
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Andrew Kim
    I'm a high 4.5 to low 5.0 player and I've been using this string (Hex-Poly) for the last 3 years! I break strings fairly frequently and used to use Luxilon 4G, but it was way too expensive to pay >$250 a reel. I was using the 16 gauge Hex-Poly for a while and it lasted about 2x longer than the 4G, while providing really good power and spin. The string would start to lose a tension after about 4-5 weeks of playing, but it played and felt really well right before breaking; it'd just become harder to control. I've switched to the 17 gauge version and it lasts about 2-3 weeks of heavy playing. I like the thinner version a lot because it's still very durable, and I get even more power and control with the 17 gauge.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Billy Yeh
    I would like to review the Snake Bite 17 gauge Black. Have been using the snake-bite 17 gauge for many years. Love the feel of this poly string and the bite on the ball it creates. I blend these with a multi filament strings. The 17 gauge is very durable. I love these strings. I will be giving the snake bite smooth version a try very soon. Thank you for this wonderful product! Billy
  • Review of: Snake-Bite Smooth
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Aaron Zhou
    I decided to buy a reel of Snake Bite Smooth to go along with my new stringing machine following a nice experience with the original Snake Bite that a friend helped me put on last year. Overall, I'm very happy with the product and would definitely purchase it again. Here are some pros and cons from my own use: Pros: - Excellent durability! I've never broken my strings and usually have to cut them after a month of two of moderate frequency play - Can generate ample amount of spin - The strings never go out of place - Gives lots of pop Cons: - Quite a bit stiffer than most strings, sometimes feels like wires, so stringing it is a little more cumbersome than other strings - Doesn't break so you really need to pay attention to string quality and tension loss and decide for yourself when to replace them My next objective is to try Snake Bite Smooth with a Syn Gut for a hybrid setup. Thanks Golden Set!
  • Review of: Power Cord
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Dong Dong (David) Hou
    My review is for the Golden Set Power Cord 17 Black. This string is very playable for a poly, it is soft on the arm and gives a very nice pop when hitting. The string also produces a good amount of spin even though its not a textured string. You will not be dissapointed, you will like this poly string if you want a feel thats in the middle of soft and firm. Thanks David
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Richard Kosydar
    Here is a review for the Hex Poly. Hope you can use it. I think you have a neat little business using the net and you should be proud of yourselves. I have been using the Hex Poly strings for years now. I hit a lot of tennis balls and the strings last a long time since I only change them when they have become noticeably notched. I am a senior and find that these strings are gentle to my arm and hand and they give me no discomfort at all. I tried out the Snake-Bite when it came out and, in contrast to the Hex Poly, the Snake-Bite was too much for my arm and was quickly cut out. So I am quite happy with the Hex Poly and expect to use it for the indefinite future.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Susan Danac-mith
    I am happy with Golden string and find it comparable to many better strings. The velvet string is simular to technifibre NRG or Gamma tnt which are 2 of my favorite strings. I have many friends who like the durability and spin of snakebite 17g. Susan
  • Review of: Snake-Bite Smooth
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Jiqing Sai
    We compared this string with Babolat RPM blast. There are lots of similarities between them. It helps for top spin and its durability is similar to regular poly strings. But, my son (a top 30 national USTA player) still prefers power cord 17.
  • Review of: Power Cord
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Jason Froese
    So for the last seven years I have been using Golden Set products. I have my own stringing machine which I originally bought just so I could tie my own tennis strings but has turned into doing work for others as well. It’s been nice to be able to order a selection of strings as well as grips and over grips for a great price and they work equal to the “big name” brands. I have found both the Secure Grip and the Elan Grip to work well. Over grips have been a great addition for me as they work great and I use them as a small bonus I send with the rackets for some of my consistent customers. For many years I used the Maximal 17 and loved the feel that the string gave me. But being a heavy topspin baseline player was looking for a little more from my string and had tried several different setups when I finally got around to trying there Power Cord 17(full bed). This is a great string, pockets the ball well, easy on the arm and a little extra spin on the ball is always good. Durability is better then some of the other strings I have used. I also like that Golden Set has a Canadian outlet. Orders are accurate and shipping is prompt. Thank you and I look forward to continue doing business with you. Jason
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: chau vo
    The best. All my friends now use it. They love the durability and the racquet never lose tension until it broke. At first some of my friends restring too tense, you need to drop about 5pl from the regular string.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Kirk Comer
    I have used snakebite 16 and 17 in many racquets over the past 5 years. Players love it. One combination that seems to be working well for high school players is snakebite in the mains and synthetic gut in the crosses. The combination is soft enough to still feel comfortable and also adds more spin and control.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite Smooth
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: todd van duyn
    I have used this product twice for customers to trial. The first time I used it as a main with 16g syn-gut on the crosses. The player commented that it generated a softer feel with the same spin as when I used snake bites in the mains. My second customer uses a full bed of another brands black spin string--I put snake bite smooth in the crosses of one of his three racquets and marked it. After playing with all three I asked if he could tell which racquet I strung differently and he commented that the spin was the same but that one of his racquets felt spongier than what he normally uses. He picked out the one with smooth. I am not surprised because of the swing speed this player uses and the stiffness of his normal string. I will use this product again, especially for customers wanting better durability with touch.
  • Review of: Power Cord
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Francis Matteau
    The golden set power cord is a very interesting string. It got the durability of any polyester string but what makes it my favorite to play with is its flexibility. Softer feeling than regular polyster ones.Thank you! Francis
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Richard Williams
    I came across Golden Set a couple years ago when looking for alternatives to the high cost strings out there. I string for myself at home, and love the ability to try a variety of quality strings at low cost. I have mostly been using Snake Bite and Hex Poly. I love the spin I get with the Snake Bite, but find that the Hex Poly lasts a bit longer for me. Both play well and very similar to much higher cost strings. I like to pair them with the Golden Set Synthetic Gut. I am a 4.5 all court player. Rick Williams, Grants Pass, OR
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Wai Moy
    I love playing tennis and have used over a dozen of tennis strings. Once I started playing with Snake Bite strings from Golden Set 2 two years ago I fall in love with it. It's high quality tennis string with good price. The string generate lots of top spin which I was looking for. I highly recommend them. Try it and you'll love it too. I give 9.5 out of 10.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite Smooth
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: ghislain bourque
    I have tried the demo you sent me and I'm very please with the feeling of this string , very good tension maintaining and good spin potential Have to lower tension a bit cause it's a stiffer string but when adjust the tension this is a very good string. Snake - bite smooth is my new string of choose
  • Review of: Power Cord
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Christian Ché
    I use several times the power cord string 17 and I personally love it! Because it's a good combination between the elasticity, the spin and the power. Exactly what I needed. Since I use this string I improved my game! It's worthy to try it! Christian, Montréal
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Steve Bauer
    I have been stringing racquets for 30 years and used many different brands of string . I have found Golden Set to be the best string that I have ever put in a racquet and more importantly for me the best feeling string that I have ever played with . I particularly like the Power Cord and have used it in various combinations with Snake - Bite and Hex Poly . Wish Golden set made a 18 in the Power Cord but the 17 does a great job in the mains mixed with 18 Hex Poly or 17 Snake-Bite . I can string my racquets 5 to 8 lbs. above normal tension and still maintain feel , control , and power .
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Christopher Clark
    Snakebite Red 17g- by the coil- incredible stuff. True-to-form, really grabs the fuzz & generates a lot of movement & "hop". Great feel, right after stringing, too. Using it as a mainstring, with relatively soft Prince synthetic crosses, at 55#, in a Prince EXO3 Warrior DB Team 100 (14x18). Thanks for a great product!
  • Review of: Snake-Bite Smooth
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Andy Ygona
    I have been experimenting with a string setup with Snakebite Smooth(17gauge, 53lbs, mains) and Satin(17gauge, 57lbs, crosses). Prior, I was using Snakebite(17g, 53lbs, mains) and Velvet(17g, 57lbs, crosses). At first, I was expecting the difference in bite, instead, I noticed how comfortable my arm felt first and then the spin. Spin was easily accessible when I needed more. Unlike the Snakebite, spin was always there. After 6 hours, overall, I still liked the access to power and spin, comfortableness, elasticity, and tension maintenance. Next up, I'll setup the Snakebite smooth and Velvet. Thanks, Andy
  • Review of: Power Cord
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Steve Bauer
    I have been stringing racquets for 30 years and used many different brands of string . I have found Golden Set to be the best string that I have ever put in a racquet and more importantly for me the best feeling string that I have ever played with . I particularly like the Power Cord and have used it in various combinations with Snake - Bite and Hex Poly . Wish Golden set made a 18 in the Power Cord but the 17 does a great job in the mains mixed with 18 Hex Poly or 17 Snake-Bite . I can string my racquets 5 to 8 lbs. above normal tension and still maintain feel , control , and power .
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: matthew miller
    I'm a high level player and these strings are incredible. Great feel and the durability is amazing. I highly recommend these strings because the quality is also fantastic as well. Matt
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Fabian Tunberg
    I ordered a large quantity of Golden Set string. My players and I love the feel of the snake bite because its durable and still has that bite to create the needed spin on the ball. Also the Power Cord has a soft feel to it and not to hard on an arm. This is extremely effective for my players who play 19 matches in two weeks and this string also has a long lasting durability. Very impressed with Golden Set tennis strings
  • Review of: Power Cord
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Gianfranco Savone
    The following is a review of snake bite 17, hex poly 17 and power cord 17. I am a home stringer along with my dad and both of us have been using golden set products for a few years now. The Snake Bite 17 has amazing bite and durability for a 17 gauge, comparible to black code or RPM blast. The hex poly is similar to some other hexagonal shapes strings like solinco tour bite. Finally, I was super impressed by the power cord, so soft and crisp and has a nice feel and pop. All in all, golden set has surpassed my expectations for how well priced it is, and continues to be a preference from customers using name brand string all over town. Will be trying hybrid setups with some of the syn guts soon. Gianfranco Savone, Ottawa, Canada.
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Gianfranco Savone
    The following is a review of snake bite 17, hex poly 17 and power cord 17. I am a home stringer along with my dad and both of us have been using golden set products for a few years now. The Snake Bite 17 has amazing bite and durability for a 17 gauge, comparible to black code or RPM blast. The hex poly is similar to some other hexagonal shapes strings like solinco tour bite. Finally, I was super impressed by the power cord, so soft and crisp and has a nice feel and pop. All in all, golden set has surpassed my expectations for how well priced it is, and continues to be a preference from customers using name brand string all over town. Will be trying hybrid setups with some of the syn guts soon. Gianfranco Savone, Ottawa, Canada.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: yancy waldow
    We have been buying snake-bite sets for the last few years and have been happy with the price and performance of your great polyester string. It plays as well or better than higher priced polyester strings from other manufacturers. The spin and durability compares very favorably to strings that cost more than twice the amount that snake-bite does. I have been very pleased with the string and the customer service by Golden set. I also recommend your string to all our friends and juniors.
  • Review of: Power Cord
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Georgy Kao
    I have been using both Snake Bites and Hex Polys consistently for years now. Both make great hybrid setups as well as stand alone full bed setups. I just tried a couple sets of the Power Cord and now it too has made it into the rotation. I was going through the Snake Bites and Hex Polys pretty quickly probably because I was playing with the 17g on my 16x19 Babolat, so I decided to try the 16g Power Cord and never looked back. I was surprised at how soft they were, so my touch shots felt amazing especially coming from a 16g string, but make no mistake the pop was definitely still there when you needed it. I strung it at mid tension with my first set just to see how well the tension held up and 9 hours later after some heavy hitting the drop wasn't bad at all. I then strung up the second set at my normal tensional 50lbs and couldn't be happier with the performance, durability and of course price point. -Georgy Kao
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Georgy Kao
    I have been using both Snake Bites and Hex Polys consistently for years now. Both make great hybrid setups as well as stand alone full bed setups. I just tried a couple sets of the Power Cord and now it too has made it into the rotation. I was going through the Snake Bites and Hex Polys pretty quickly probably because I was playing with the 17g on my 16x19 Babolat, so I decided to try the 16g Power Cord and never looked back. I was surprised at how soft they were, so my touch shots felt amazing especially coming from a 16g string, but make no mistake the pop was definitely still there when you needed it. I strung it at mid tension with my first set just to see how well the tension held up and 9 hours later after some heavy hitting the drop wasn't bad at all. I then strung up the second set at my normal tensional 50lbs and couldn't be happier with the performance, durability and of course price point. -Georgy Kao
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Mark Hilborn
    I have been using Snake Bite black for nearly a year now, and I wouldn't switch. Good spin, great life and tension maintenance.
  • Review of: Power Cord
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Marz Garcia
    I am pleased with the 17 gauge co-poly string. Had my racket strung at 50 pounds to improve spin and velocity and it seems to be working as well or better than the same string I purchased from more expensive vendors. Thank you.
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: lynda doan
    We have been using your strings for the past 10 years to play. My cousins were the first to use them and recommend your company. My sons really like playing with them as they say it gives them the power that they need to fully bring out the potential in their strokes. Since using your product we have never bought any other strings or play with any other brands. I have recommended your strings to many friends and family members. Your service has never disappointed us as you have always answered our questions and been very courteous fulfilling our orders. Every order has been perfect! I give your products and service a perfect score when it comes to customer satisfaction. Lynda
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: jake UNKEL
    Love the Snakebite! I tried both the red and the black. I prefer the red as it seems to play a little more crisp. Fantastic string at a great value! I would recommend to anyone looking to a crisp string that really grabs the ball!
  • Review of: Power Cord
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Basil Ahmed
    Hi, invest in a reel of Golden Set Power Cord. It's a nice, soft, Co-Poly that gives you excellent feel, precision, touch, and spin. It's also extremely durable and will seem fresh for MONTHS. String the Power Cord at around 50 lbs (+/-) tension, and for the Crosses use a nice but also inexpensive Synthetic Gut or Multifilament at around 2 lbs higher tension.
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Ljubinko Vladicic
    I am your client since 2010 and I buy your products on a regular basis. I am very satisfied with your products and I hope it will last for long. I am buying the Golden set Hex Poly 17 and the Golden set Synthetic gut 17 its been already 6 years, and the products is awesome. I give them the best rating possible 5/5 ! Thanks for the good service.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Tom McDaniel
    Like many tennis players, when I started I knew nothing about racquets, weights, strings, types, gauges, tensions. I mostly knew to hold the handle of the racquet. As my skill and sophistication improved, I tried all of the big name strings that I heard about on TV - gut, Technifibre, Luxilon, RPM Blast, Eventually I bought a sample pack of Golden Set strings. Now my permanent string is Golden Set SnakeBite. It gives me the feel, durability, and economical price that none of the others can touch. I am too old to turn pro...Too bad! (But I have won a few tournaments! And I am now stringing our local pro's racquets with SnakeBite.) Thanks, -Tom
  • Review of: Power Cord
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Dong Dong (David) Hou
    I would like to write a review for the Golden Set Powercord Black 17 gauge: I have been buying the power cord for over 7 years. It is a comfortable string that gives good spin and playability. I recommend string it 54 pounds or below of you have a racquet of at max 100 sq in. If bigger I recommend stringing at least 57. It also surprised me that this string provided good tension maintainance as compared with snake bite. Thanks David Newdash Tennis LLC
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Peter Storm
    One of the best strings on the market. All my big hitters like it as well as the women. It has great feel and control down to the 18 gauge string. What I like the most is the fact that you can tell when it's time to restring when it starts to move. This usually doesn't happen for a long time and very rarely does it break. LOVE IT! Thanks! Peter Storm, Storm's Stringing
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Khue Nguyen
    I am really satisfied with Golden Set strings, especially the snake bite type. It lasts longer than other brands. I have used a couple of reels. I will continue using this string. Thanks, Khue Nguyen
  • Review of: Power Cord
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Wilson Cubides
    I string rackets for many players. I have turned every mail player to use Snake Bite strings, I use 16G for the mains and 17G for the cross, every body likes it. For most of my female players I use Power Cord or a combination or Snake Bite and Power Cord. I do not carry any other strings and I have used all of them, my inventory is limited to just those two strings, every body loves them.
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Todd Van Duyn
    I am a big fan of your 16 and 17 Hex Poly, matter of fact I am now only stringing with the 17g because of the durability. so well rated on Stringers forum versus Hurricane Tour. The value of your product is the best I have found anywhere and me and wife appreciate the products, as well as the jiffy and no charge shipping. Todd Van Duyn NDS(Next Day Stringing) Avon Indiana Nov. 19 2014
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: HINH JEAN-PIERRE UNG
    Extremely good value. The reel lasts me for quite some time and I am a 4.0 ranked player. I play three times at least during the summer and about twice during the winter. Snake-Bite has been my choice for a while. Lots of spin. Does need 1-2 hours to break in to see the maximum spin potential. They last rather a long time although I string at 49-50lbs. I use a Head Graphene XT Extreme Pro. Final word: recommended for players who want extra spin and pop. Thank you, Jean-Pierre Ung.
  • Review of: Power Cord
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Christopher Long
    Golden set keeps producing excellent string. Power Chord holds tension and helps to generate spin better than competitors strings. This is a must have!!! A superior string at a superior price!
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Todd Van Duyn
    I am a big fan of your 16 and 17 gauge snake bite products. Great durability and spin generation.----number one product for me and now my competitors in the area too.---they are catching on. The value of your product is the best I have found anywhere and me and wife appreciate the products, as well as the jiffy and no charge shipping. Todd Van Duyn NDS(Next Day Stringers) Avon Indiana Nov. 19 2014
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Madhusudhan Putturi
    I am regular customer and I love the Snake Bite string pretty much. Thanks Madhu
  • Review of: Power Cord
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Winston Trac, Ottawa, ON, Canada
    This past few years, my bother and I enjoyed playing with the Poly, Hex Poly and Snake Bite from Golden Set. These poly strings are good just as the named brands for about one-third of the cost. We really like them in a hybrid setup with an Optinum or Syn Gut. But this summer, the Power Cord has became my go-to string. With a softer feel, I like to use them as a full bed. Truly, it gives me a perfect blend of power and control. Highly recommended!
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: Freddie Asis
    Got my reel of 18g hex poly couple of weeks ago. I previously used snake bite 17g for more than a year but wanted to try a thinner one and since 17g is the thinnest offering from snake bite. Overall, the string quality (i.e., tension retention, minimal or no string movement, durable, soft) seems at par with the snake bite after more than 4 hrs of heavy hitting. It holds the tension very well and it appears the six sides of the string still sharp as ever. On the other hand, the snake bite appears to loss the sharpness of its twisted sides of the string after 5 hrs of heavy hitting and becomes rounded.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
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    By: stanley cuthbert
    Hi I have been stringing rackets for over thirty years and have used all the major brands. Snakebite Poly is of the highest standard and i would rate it as one of the best strings available for feel and durability Stan Cuthbert T A Club Professional Australia
  • Review of: Power Cord
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
    Rating:

    By: Mark Marcia
    I finally had a chance to try the power cord, and I was very impressed. For years I was loyal to the hex poly, but I am now going to change. The string was responsive, soft, offered more control without sacrificing spin or pop. Whether you take it with a full bed, or a hybrid, you will love it. At the price that golden set offers, you cannot go wrong. I recommend power cord for all levels and styles. Thank you golden set for giving us a great product
  • Review of: Hex Poly
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
    Rating:

    By: Jacob
    Very spin friendly string and very durable. so far i have played 9 hard matches on these and my strings are barely notched. Very good string. I also strongly recomend snake bite.
  • Review of: Snake-Bite
    Type: Polyester Tennis String
    Rating:

    By: DANIEL JONES
    I have been using snakebite for a few years now. The spin generating quality of this string is exceptional. I have also found it to be very durable, as most poly strings are. Dan


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