Luxilon Savage Black 127 Tennis String

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Item #: wrz994300
$15.95
Luxilon Savage Black 127 is a new 16L gauge, more economical poly option in the Luxilon family of strings and offers much of the tour-level durability and control expected from Luxilon. 6 sided shape for added spin and bite on the ball. Liquid Crystalline Polymer construction ensures that Savage Lime plays as well as it lasts, with excellent spin potential and tension maintenance. Also available in different colors as Savage White & Savage Lime.

Luxilon Ratings:

  • Durability--8
  • Power--9
  • Control--10
  • Comfort--7

ATTENTION: Luxilon advises to string approximately 10% lower than usual.

  • Length: 40ft. (12m)
  • Gauge: 16L (1.27mm)
  • Color: Black
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Product Review Summary
Based on 4 reviews
5 star average rating
Overall Rating: 5.0/5.0
Customer Reviews
April 13, 2022
This shopper rated the product 4 out of 5 stars

This string is easy on the elbow. I has a bad spell of tennis elbow I started using this string shortly after and it's gone.

Terry
February 05, 2022
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

I Absolutely love this string 100 percent and I hope and pray it will always be available forever and ever and ever...

Terrance Nichols
November 23, 2014
Great string
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

Great string, easy on the arm and adds power to your game with no added effort. Shows little movement or wear and holds tension .

Michael PPes
November 02, 2013
spinomatic
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

I came across Luxilon Savage when testing demos and was amazed by the spin and feel. I tried it in my new frames and am very satisfied. The spin is amazing...i thought i hit heavy topspin before but this is nuts! The kick serve has great action. My flat serve has suffered a bit. The ball stays in the string bed so much longer that its taking me a while to time the pronation on the flat serve but I'm getting there.

Craig Murray