I was chosen to test BENBOD360’s string and review it! I love testing and reviewing! If you have some string you want tested, i would be happy to test and review it for you!
I was sent three strings, one thin chunk(left) unicorn tail(middle) and thick chunk(right)
The feel of this string was different than any other string i have played with. It had that firm, slightly plastic feel. I predicted that this string would be astounding with whips and slacks, while also being able to manage tension. But it being the thin version, i was suspicious about binds. So lets put this on the Dynamo and try it out!
Lets start off first with tension. These strings managed tension very well. There was slight difference from day 1 to day 5. Next, feel. They felt really nice during play. The string maintained that new feeling for the whole 5 day period. Whips and slacks: This string can whip and slack! I landed lacerations, slacks, paul han whips and slacks, and a horizontal green triangle( still dumb-founded over that). Lastly, binds. The string maintained nice, snappy binds through-out play. I was shocked, i haven’t found a nice, thin string that could maintain snappy binds other than BYYS panthers.
This is great string! I don’t usually get such a good product the first time, but man was i just impressed. i would definitely buy this, and i most likely will!
Like the thin chunk, the string had a extremely nice feel to it. It was slightly softer than than the other two string. Now having one reference point to compare to in similarity, i knew what to expect. I would have to say that it is slightly thicker than the thin chunk, but not as thick as the thick chunk. Lets try this string out!
Tension: Managed tension well, but the thin chunk managed slightly better. But this time, the tension managed well from day 1 to day 5. I did not notice any change. It did not go hay-wire after awhile. The string, just as i expected, whipped and slacked very well. I wasn’t too hefty, or too light. The string also has nice, tight binds. It did not slip at all!
From what i have noticed, the difference between the Unicorn Tail and Think Chunk was tension and feel. So this is how i put it if you want to get one of these two so far; If you want a slightly softer string, get the Unicorn Tail. If you want a string that manages tension well, but not as soft, get the thin chunk. Still though, i would definitely buy this string.
This string was noticeably thicker than both of these strings and felt “thick” so to speak. I say this because it was soft, but slid across my fingers like heavy cloth. Being thick, i expected nice, tight binds from the beginning. Though, i did not expect as fast whips, and a harder time landing slacks. Lets play!
The tension managed pretty normal. It was nothing to be impressed about, but i still have high hopes.
The binds were snappy! I put this in my dynamo, which has the original pads and crucial bearing, and it still gave me nice binds. Whips were still easy to land, but slacks were a bit hard to land due to the heavy nature of the string.
Though it seems this string was the runt of the litter, it is still good string. Though it could take some improvement in tension and slacks. I would prefer the other two, but if improved, i have high hopes for this string.
If i were you, i would not hesitate to pick up some think chunk and unicorn tail from Ben. It some really nice string and you would not be disappointed .