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- Great for players who want to know their racquet tension. Great for personal racquet stringers looking to test and validate their work.
- Lets you know if your racquet is strung to your desired tension and when its time to restring
- Measures string tension during the stringing process
- Measures tension in pounds and kilograms
- Measures string size
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Don't forget to set the correct string gauge. Setting that wrong by one unit (using 16 gauge when it should be 17 gauge) will change the tension reading by 10 pounds or so.
I am looking forward to being able to decide on when to restring my racquets based on an objective measurement instead of only on how well I am playing with it on a given day. (Can you tell that I am an engineer?)
My only very minor complaint is that the string size gauge is difficult to read because it is black letters on black background. Since the letters are raised, I went over mine with a white paint pen, and now the numbers are easy to read, white on black.
As I measured strings all around the racquet there was wide variances between tensions. Maybe that's how it actually is. But it seems odd that a string right next to another could be 5 lb. different, when they are linked together.
I will say that the tension decrease I've measured on at least 5 newly strung racquets is what I would expect so it seems like it has potential, just executed poorly by Tourna. I love the full-color fold-out instructions; they are informative and complete.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The index mark for setting the string gauge was only an adhesive paste on label that fell off after the first use, losing the device calibration. Read morePublished 18 days ago by thomas e walsh
First, read the fine print, nylon strings only. Second, the arrow that points to the string pounds, the arrow that gives you a reading is a little sticker that is not stuck on very... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Tom Lacey
i wish i could go no star at all... I have never seen such a poorly made product, ever... Don't waste your money on this.....Published 2 months ago by Kurnoolion
I've owned one for over 20 years. During my haydays of stringing and playing often, this tool was very useful to determine if my drop tension stringer was in the ballpark. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JWH
Very pleased, received exactly what was pictured as I expected.Published 4 months ago by walter carpenter
A decent tool to getting an idea of your raquet's string tension, although not terribly precise.Published 4 months ago by Gustavo