Prince POG Mid or OS

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by rtung, Aug 12, 2004.

  1. rtung

    rtung Guest

    When most people on this board talk about the POG and how great it plays, are they refering to the Mid or OS?
     
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  2. ambro

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    Whichever one they have. They're both great racquets.
     
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  3. rtung

    rtung Guest

    But I mean

    which one do people use more? Like with the PS, most use the 85.
     
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  4. rosine

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    I use the Mid.
     
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  5. mach1

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    I use the mid...i just wish the grip shape was more like a wilson grip shape...does anyone know how i can do that with out making the grip bigger?
     
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  6. bob

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    I use the OS
     
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  7. gmlasam

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    I use mid.
     
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  8. ambro

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    I use the OS.
     
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  9. Swan Song

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    I use the Mid.
     
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  10. ffrpg

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    I use the Mid as well
     
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  11. topspin king

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    i use the mid
     
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  12. papa

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    Like the OS myself. One thing I did was to remove the leather on my racquets - made the handle a spec smaller but I like the feel better and it seems easier on my hand. I play a lot (3-4 hours a day) and the "smaller" handle (started with 3/8 so now its probably around 1/4) also seems easier to change grips. Wish I didn't break strings so often but thats another story.
     
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