exo graphite vs POG...

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  1. SmAsH999

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    Hi, everyone. well, i've just recently demoed the exo3 graphite midplus, and am loving it.However, i don't want to spend that much on a racket, so i was wondering how the exo3 graphite compares to the Prince Graphite Classic Mid in terms of spin, power, etc.
    Opinions are welcome!

    Thanks in advance,
    Smash
     
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  2. Bottle Rocket

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    I really hate doing this, but I can't email you through your profile, but I just posted my Graphite MID+ for sale - if you're interested. It's in awesome shape.

    As far as how they compare, I think these new EX03's feel a little bit crisper. Both the original and this one are very comfortable frames. The older versions had a little more heft and possibly a more "pure" feel.

    I'm curious why you're trying the new midplus, but considering the old mid? I played with the original (without grommets) oversize POG for quite a while. I never actually hit with the mid.
     
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  3. tlm

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    I never used the original, but i am now using the the exo 93 with the string hole inserts+ it is a great stick.
     
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  4. Gh0st

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    I loved the POG when I played with it many, many years ago. I no longer have the racquet but as soon as I demo'd the EXO3 Graphite I knew that was the one.

    I found a great deal on the racquet and it was brand new so it was worth every penny and then some.
     
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  5. no1

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    I dunno about the midplus, but I play with the Original, and I've tried to the newer exo mid.

    I personally think they play really similarly, but the exo mid feels a bit softer (similar to the diablo, but more so). I guess taht is a really bad explanation, but I hope you kind of get the idea.
     
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    alright, first of all, thanks for the info. second, to bottlerocket: i do enjoy mid rackets more than midplus, and i just wanted to get the general feel of a prince graphite stick.
     
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