More new Prince racquets now available for pre-order at TW

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  1. TW Staff

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    Prince Diablo XP
    Extended length Midplus and Oversize racquets.

    Air DB Midplus and Oversize.
    Reminiscent of the DB 26 but updated with Sweetspot Expansion and Triple Braid technologies.

    For more info head to:
    http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/PrinceRacquets.html

    Chris, TW
     
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  2. el_mago

    el_mago Semi-Pro

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    Chris,

    Is Coria's racquet that will come out in March an oversize version of the O3?
    Will it be called the O3 Red or Silver, or will it have a different name?
     
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  3. TripleB

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    They're pretty exact about the balance here at T-W aren't they?

    Balance = 7.40000000000001 pts Head Light <smiley>

    TripleB
     
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  4. TW Staff

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    It is called the O3 Tour. A Midplus (100 sq. inch) headsize, I believe.

    Chris, TW.
     
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  5. el_mago

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    Ok, thanks Chris. I always thought that Coria used Oversize frames.
     
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  6. el_mago

    el_mago Semi-Pro

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    Does TW or another on the boards know the rest of the specs for the O3 Tour Midplus? How about the specs for the Oversize?
     
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  7. danniflava

    danniflava Rookie

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    Can anybody tell me the main differences between the DIABLO XP and the DIABLO?

    I think that the XP just plays easier.
     
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  8. K. Wilson Moose

    K. Wilson Moose Semi-Pro

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    They probably did that for you Bennie [​IMG].
     
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  9. raftermania

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    why 03??? Were these racquets fetched in a time machine all the way back to the distant past of 2003???
     
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  10. el_mago

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    Raftermania, this is why:
     
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  11. TripleB

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    KWM....That's exactly what I was thinking!!! They probably assumed that I was going to ask about the exact balance of the racquet anyway so they decided to go ahead and put it on the racquet page for me. I bet Chris would be highly upset if I asked him to make sure that the one he sent me had that exact balance point!!!

    Just kidding Chris....I'm ordering two RDX-500 Midplus racquets Monday or Tuesday of next week.

    TripleB
     
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  12. raftermania

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    ahhh, thx.

    well for the ignorant public, on a similar impulse they would perceive it as an older model racquet.
     
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  13. el_mago

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    I was also thinking why they would name it that when I first heard about the O3. Once I saw pictures of the frame, I came to the conclusion that it was named after the zones of holes.
     
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  14. yoonit78

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    I think O3 refers to chemical formula of ozone... which I believe is the name of the line...
    If you look at the logo at the prince site, the 3 appears to be in smaller script, not unlike a chemcial formula...
    and their tag line is "Don't just get in the Zone (using same enlongated O as in logo), Live in it"
     
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