This is BG65 TI badminton restring review:-
BG65 Titanium string is an upgrade of BG65. This string’s coating is slightly different and definitely there is an improvement when compared with BG65. Furthermore, the common problem with BG65 is that the surface of the coating is a bit slippery. Thus the string will not go back to its original position after being hit. To be honest, this problem will normally happen when resting at low tension.
We can feel that the string is more stable which means that it is less slippery. Overall, it is not bad when compared with BG65. We also received a lot of feedbacks saying that players loved the durability of this string. It is able to withstand a lot of smashing for quite a long time.
Review by Eric: My NTU friends commented that they can feel that their racket is good and durable when I restring for them using BG65 TI. Plus, I normally string this BG65 TI at 28lbs. Whenever I feel like doing a lot of smashing, I will use this racket. At the same time, this racket can last longer and averagely is easy to control.
Herewith BG65 TI badminton restring experiment DT tests at 28lbs
First Day 54 – 56 DT
Second Day 52 – 55 DT
Third Day 49 – 51 DT
Some players commented that the string gives a nice “ping” sound when hit. This is from the record of BG65 TI badminton racket restringing. They are surprised as this BG65 TI string is a bit thick. Generally only thin string will be able to give a “ping” sound.
During our research on Yonex BG65 TI, we notice that it is normally requested by “stiff” players who likes to smash. At the same time, we also found out that there is a quality difference when using a manual machine or a digital machine to do BG65 TI restringing.
When a racket is restrung using manual machine, it does not feel so good during play. The reason is that thicker string needs a longer time to expand. Manual machine is not able to do so. Furthermore, if we want to, a lot of time will be wasted. Lastly, the string’s overall consistency will be affected also.
Next we decided to use our digital stringing machine, Yonex Protech 8 with a pre stretch mode. This mode helps to prevent tension loss. The whole process of BG65 TI badminton restring went smoothly when using Yonex Protech 8. At the same time, we also noted that after playing numerous games, the tension does not drop so fast.
The Yonex BG65 TI gives out a clear “crisp” sound when smashed. Furthermore, it also has a metallic feel to it. Obviously this string is made for people who loves to smash.
Unfortunately, we received bad reviews from intermediate badminton players. They said that the string lose tension when it is restrung at low tension. Therefore, we prefer to use digital stringing machine and Yonex World No.1 brand is preferred.
When using the pre stretch mode, BG65 TI’s string tension does not drop so fast. Moreover, BG65 TI badminton restring has great durability plus fantastic power when hit on the sweet spot. On top of this, it is able to withstand 20 sessions of continuous smashings by players who are able to hit the sweet spot all the time. Finally in conclusion, BG65 TI is suitable for players who are looking for durability. This is their best choice.
Most leisure badminton players may not know how to choose the most suitable string for their rackets. Nevertheless, our Certified Stringer, Mr Eric will lend a helping hand on this. So leisure badminton players do not have to worry.
Furthermore, Mr Eric is also one the Certified Badminton Coach in Singapore. He used to help and do restringing for all his students badminton rackets.
The compound titanium hybrid coating provides a sharp but comfortable feel at impact.
10/200m (33/656 ft)
Made in Japan
Racket Restring Cost – $17
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