Prince EXO3 Silver 118
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Offers great control over the shots. Lots of spin on ground strokes and backhands. On the extreme light end of rackets available, won't tire you out.
The Cons:Flat serve is hard to master, really need to do a kick-serve with this.
The EXO3 Silver 118 is a performance tennis racquet and is the lightest and most powerful racquet in Prince's EXO3 series. The racquet has a classic oversize design and is suitable for players with shorter, slower strokes.
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It features Prince's Energy Bridge technology which increases the head size to provide an up to 83% larger sweet spot and reducing the frame vibration by 50%. The EXO3 Silver 118 also has an Energy Channel which is a sculpted groove in the frame that provides stability, control, and increased ball spin. The racquet has a suggested retail price of $300.
- ResiSoft Grip
- Energy Bridge Technology
- Energy Channel
- Length: 27.5"
- Headsize: 118 sq.in.
- Weight: 8.8 oz / 250g
- Power Level: 1650
- Swing Weight: 285
- String Pattern: 16 x 19
User Reviews (2)
offers great control over the shots
lots of spin on ground strokes and backhands
on the extreme light end of rackets available, won't tire you out
grip has a good amount of cushioning without sacrificing response
connections with the ball are solid, vibration is strongly suppressed
large head makes it easier to hit with
flat serve is hard to master, really need to do a kick-serve with this
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