Yonex Ultimax BG 66 Badminton Strings, 0.65mm (Black)
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- The BG 66 Ultimax has a 0.65mm thin gauge and the perfect balance of maximum speed, control and durability, making it the best choice for the world's top players
- High repulsion
- Medium feeling
- The high-intensity nylon core gives 30% greater durability than normal nylon while a high-polymer nylon outer provides sharp feeling and high repulsion - exceptional all-round performance from an extra-fine string
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Clearly the obvious choice for the world’s top players, the BG 66 delivers a powerful spin by keeping the tension of the string on the lower recommended range. It boasts high resilience and generates smashing speeds of up to 0.65 mm gauge. Noted as the thinnest string from Yonex the BG 66 Ultimax will no doubt stand up under tournament pressure and is the epitome of perfect balance when it comes to top speed, durability and control. It generally demonstrates a high-intensity nylon core with a string base that produces a 30% greater durability than your average string could ever muster. Equipped with nylon and high-polymer nylon on the outer realms, the BG 66 will adequately deliver a sharp feeling, high repulsion and amazingly high speeds.
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Only downside after getting it strung twice on voltric10DG n Voltric LD9 it won’t last more than 45 days as its way thinner than standard strings like BG65/BG65 Titanium.
Note: When getting ur racquet strung
(Search on yonex website or google if u wish to know how much tension ur racquet can handle without damaging it) make sure u give 1 to 2 lbs less tension for horizontal than vertical.
X can be in range of 25-29lbs if u love ur racquet.
Here is some info for best strings to play with from Yonex arsenal.
Starting with least favourable on left and ending with best to play with on right
(This lineup also applies for hitting sound of mentioned strings with Aerosonic being the loveliest)
BG65<<BG65 Titanium<<BG80<<BG80 Power<<BG66 Ultimax<<AEROBITE<<Aerosonic
Durability wise order, bcoz it’s tiring getting ur racquet(s) strung every 3rd or 4th week.
Starting with most durable on left and ending with least durable on right
BG80/80Power>>BG65>>BG65 T>>BG66 Ultimax>>AEROBITE>>Aerosonic.
If any one has more queries regarding 🏸 badminton racquets/strings/Grips/Shoes can drop a comment, i wud try to answer to the best of my knowledge.
The repulsion and the feel from this string awesome..
But it has less durability and will break easily :(
If you are an aggresive player who likes to smash often then stay away from this string..
NBG 98 has more durabilty than this string but the repulsion will be bit less
Personally I like NBG 98 for its feel and sound
I would give
NBG 98 - 9/10
Bg 66 ultimax - 8/10
In short if you like to place the shuttle precisely go for BG 66 ultimax
Or if you are an hard hitter go for NBG 98
I have strung the bg 66 ultimax with my voltric 5 and the drops are pin pint accurate
The net kill with this string is just heaven :) :)
BG 66 definitely has a cleaner better feel. Drop shots are much easier to execute with accuracy.
Where it looses is on the throw - more power is required to clear to the baseline.
As regards life - BG 66 is thinner - but too early to judge.