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Anyone using this line.  Sure is pricey.  Read a few reviews (which I take with a grain of salt on TW) about breakage.  If you used it what are your thoughts and any issues with breaking? 

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My opinion on the line, didn't really answer your question 

From doing my own research ( which you should take with a grain of salt) I've came to conclusions the closet parallel is its a combination of super slick and original power pro. I personally wouldn't pay that much for braid, I would stick with the the tried-and-true lines like suffix and the original power pro 

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I had some issues with break offs and knots slipping on it. Got it for free, and I can say I wouldn't buy it, especially at the price it's offered at.

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I have some 50 and some 20 on reels and it's been perfectly fine. It's basically a thinner version of standard power pro. I really don't see why it costs what it does, but it's a good braid other than the price, if you want a 4 strand for good 4 strand reasons (durability, stiffness and weed cutting at the expense of softness and quietness through the guides).

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Got a few spools for free from ordering some specific reels.  I have it on my topwater rod that I throw ploppers on.  No issues for me at all.  It is thin so maybe go up 10# from standard braid if using on a baitcaster.

 

I had some 30# on a jig rod and it would dig in a bit when trying to pop the line of snags and things like that.

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I've used it before, never had a single problem. I liked it. It seemed to me just a thinner version of the regular power pro, same strength, just smaller diameter. I used it on a couple jig rods and even a frog setup, never had a single issue. I only stopped using it because I wore off the color, like most braids do, and continued with my testing of other lines. I kinda like jumping around and trying new ones pretty often.

 

To sum it up - Would recommend. Never had issues. Thinness is noticable. Price-to-value opinion is all up to you.

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