BABOLAT RPM Blast Tennis String - 16 Gauge

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A top choice for its incredible response and maximum bite on the ball, BABOLAT®'s RPM Blast tennis string is great for power players seeking more spin without sacrificing control. This 40' length of 16-gauge monofilament string is made of co-polymer polyester and features an octagonal cross section that helps it quickly return to its original form after each contact.

Features



  • 130/16 monofilament tennis string
  • Provides players with more spin and control
  • Octagonal cross section for greater shape retention
  • Composition: Co-polymer polyester
  • Length: 40'
  • Recommended String Tension: 62 lbs

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BABOLAT RPM Blast Tennis String - 16 Gauge
 
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3.0

Costly but sufficient.

By Doesn't let the ball drop

from Central NJ

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Comments about BABOLAT RPM Blast Tennis String - 16 Gauge:

The string is used on a racquetball racquet. I have noticed less speed of the ball off the racquest as compaired to alll other strings used. This string is also the most expensive that I have ever used. My main concern was string durability since for the most part they only last 2 - 3 months before breaking. I have not had the restrung racquet long enought to determine if the extra money was worth it or not. Time will tell....still I feel it's too pricy.

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