Prince EXO3 Graphite 105S (POG update - Japan) PICS

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  1. goldenyama

    goldenyama Professional

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    Found this racquet on a Japanese auction site going for about $200 used. Specs were listed as 300g unstrung, 320mm balance, 21mm beam. They seem to be well over $300 new. Looks pretty cool though! :)

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  2. Chyeaah

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    Green K90?
     
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  3. goldenyama

    goldenyama Professional

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    Ummmm...no?:confused:
     
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  4. bluetrain4

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    Too light, but cool looking.
     
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  5. goldenyama

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    I'd love to know the flex and swingweight - they seldom list these specs on Japanese sites. Anybody?
     
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  6. kcmiser

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    Dislike the white in the PJ, but like the concept. I'm currently gravitating toward the old box beam Princes-- a shortened POG Longbody and a POS OS. I more enjoy playing the 100" former Longbody, but I think I get my best matchplay results with the OS, but it's unwieldy, particularly on serves.

    Something that's a new take on the POG OS, but not quite as oversized, is right up my alley. The players oversize is a fairly dead category, but I'm still hoping they do a U.S. version. Hey, maybe it could ignite a renaissance in the category (a guy can dream, right?) After all, how many 100", thick beamed, stiff, 16 x 19 pattern racquets does the market really need?

    I just hope it has some flex, and is not as open as the Red series. Could be a great niche racquet. Playable for 3.0's and 3.5's, but a great platform racquet for 4.0's and up who prefer a larger head size.
     
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  7. yongxing

    yongxing New User

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    that is neat. never knew there was a 105 version out there... i have the 100s and like the paintjob. plays the same as the green/black exo3 graphite and the graphite j frame 100T. :confused:
     
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