Are you tired of having to constantly straightening your strings by hand? Do your fingers hurt because of moving your strings? We thought so! Well there is a solution to your problems! The String Thing is this nifty tennis gadget that quickly and easily straightens your tennis strings!
This cool tennis gadget is very simple to use, all you have to do is hold your tennis racquet to your hip (butt cap to your hip and hold the racket head with your non dominant hand), roll the String Thing up and down your main strings and that’s it! It straightens the mains and the crosses at the same time! Can you believe it? We didn’t the first time, we were skeptics to begin with. However; after we got to play with one for a few days, we must report this tennis gadget is incredible! You shouldn’t be without one. The simplicity of this tennis tool is what really made us fall in love with it. The String Thing fits right in the pocket – it’s smaller than a tennis ball – it’s lightweight, and simply, it’s just cool.
We love it so much that we asked the guys at The String Thing USA if we could have one to give away, and they delivered. We have one String Thing to give to one lucky winner. All you have to do is leave a comment to enter. We will announce the winner after the BNP Paribas Open ends on March 20th, 2011 (Click here to get $20 off your tennis tickets instantly). That gives you plenty of time to enter to win this neat tennis gadget.
We’re also throwing in a free set of Prince Beast XP 16G tennis string! This new, green string, offers improved tension maintenance, precision and consistency. Prince has invented the first thermo-poly monofilament co-polyester tennis string that provides excellent access to spin, a crisp response, and good durability.
So, if you want straighter tennis strings and fingers that don’t hurt, then you better enter today!
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