Video Review - From 5KTENNIS
If you are looking for a soft poly with incredible CONTROL and DURABILITY'...this is the string for you!
We want to give this string 10/10 in all departments and trust us it does live up to its hype. This string is 6 sided and gives you everything you would need from a string...power; superb tension retention with virtually no string movement; solid spin and then of cause the awesome control and durability. Feel free to play around with the tension on this one and string it low to get the max out of it!
Note: The black color on the Hexagon-X is 1.28mm (16g) where the red color is a bit thinner at 1.25mm (16Lg).
Length: 40ft/12m and 660ft/200m
Gauge: 16G (1.28mm)
Construction: Hexagonal-shaped co-polyester + carbon + special polyeolefin mix.
Advantage: Spin, Power, Durability and Control.
YTEX Hexagon-X - Strings Comparison Table
I started using these strings alone and was great pop control and power I string at 54 and was able to get tones of spin
Being a racquet stringer, I am always looking for a good string for a good deal. This is a very nice string for the price. I've used several different types of more affordable string and this one definitely took the cake. Most lower priced string loses it's tension in the first five minutes. I strung my racquet with this as a hybrid with protour. And it held it's tension! That alone would make me recommend this string. But it also feels good in the racquet as well!
I enjoyed hitting with this string very much. It is a tad smaller gauge than the Hex-X black but 39 full bed in my Volkl V Feel 4 felt amazing. I enjoyed the black Hex-X but think this will end up being my favorite Ytex string.
Although I was skeptical at first, I used Hexagon-X and the feel/touch is unparalleled. Spin potential is above average but what made me switch is the exceptional playability durability and (again) the feel
Love my new string.
I love the string feeling (lot of power and spin) and the high durability. I will recommend this strings to anyone
Although I’ve been out of town for awhile and I haven’t had a chance to string or play with Touch or Hexagon. I have played considerably with Square X and QuadroTwist and enjoy the feel both give. I do normally use a blend so durability is sometimes a problem.
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I have a team mate that will only hit with rpm blast. I put this in his racket at same tension as the blast. He said it didn't feel the same but he liked it. Said it was much better than a lot of others he had tried, had much confidence with shots. This is the best alternative to the high priced string and he did agree seem to hold tension better.