|by Vinny||Date Added: Sunday 13 September, 2015|
|by N. Culver "-Nick!"||Date Added: Tuesday 25 August, 2015|
This dampener DOES work with fully-strung rackets. All you have to do is weave it through the strings below the lowest horizontal string then tuck the eyes between the crossing point of two strings.But despite the ease of use, I still way prefer the HEAD brand dampeners (also works with fully-strung rackets). They are cheaper, come in a two-pack and honestly work much better to deaden the string vibrations. Trust me, go with the HEAD brand dampeners or just use a nylon-wrapped hair tie; they are available at the dollar store and work well.
|by George Michael||Date Added: Monday 03 August, 2015|
I have a racquet with an unusuall buzz when I hit it hard, this is the only dampener that takes it out. I have tried them all and for me this is the best.
|by Georgie||Date Added: Sunday 19 July, 2015|
Either I missed it or it wasn't made clear that you have to insert it when you are stringing the racket - not for use with strung rackets.
|by patricia tapia||Date Added: Wednesday 06 May, 2015|
Best vibration dampener I've had.
|by AllfortheBacon "Kurt"||Date Added: Wednesday 08 April, 2015|
Best string vibration dampener there is. Even if you don't use ektelon racquets. They go on and stay on. Stretch across the all the mains, so string vibration is gone. And they will work with multiple string formats.Tested this on two identical racquets, same tension in strings, same strings (use the second as back up when getting the first restrung). The vibration difference was not subtle! It was massive. You could even hear the difference.Have used head dampeners (which fall out easily), gamma worms (these are also good, just not as good 'cause they break) and even the rubber band trick (useless). These work and last forever. Sold my peers on it too once they played both racquets and felt the difference.They have an eyelet on the ends and your stringer can lace these in, but I typically just press them into place. The string friction holds them sufficiently.