Prince EXO3 Silver 115
Released January, 2011
The Cons:Needed to add led tape to 12 o'clock position to get speed up serve, racquet now weighs 10 oz strung and is much better.
The Prince EXO3 Silver 115 is a mid-range to high-end tennis racquet similar to the Prince EXO3 Blue 110. The primary difference between the Blue and Silver is weight--the Blue weighs 9.3 oz unstrung, the Silver a mere 9 oz.
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Otherwise, the two share similar features including Thermocarbon string suspension inserts, a built-in vibration-dampening system and a re-engineered cross section.
The EXO3 Silver 115's Thermocarbon string suspension inserts combine the vibration dampening of thermoplastic with the responsiveness of carbon fiber for a better feel while larger string holes allow the strings to react more to hits, greatly expanding the sweet spot. Its Double Bridge technology improves the Silver's shock reduction and reduces string vibration for added comfort. Meanwhile, the Silver 115's re-engineered cross section provides added torsional stability for greater power and accuracy.
- Thermocarbon string suspension inserts
- Double Bridge vibration dampening technology
- Re-engineered cross section
- Weight: 9 oz / 255g unstrung
- Headsize: 115 sq in
- Balance: 36.0 cm / 14.2 in, 3 pts. Head Heavy
- Grip: ResiSoft
User Reviews (1)
needed to add led tape to 12 o'clock position to get speed up serve, racquet now weighs 10 oz strung and is much better
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