Prince Spectrum Comp 110

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Michael Weiner, Jun 8, 2008.

  1. Michael Weiner

    Michael Weiner New User

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    Anyone remember the Prince Spectrum Comp 110? I used to play with the racket back in the '80s and recently took it out of my closet for a hit. I really liked it. (My current frame is a Pro Staff Classic 6.1 95.)

    The oversized frame is constructed of graphite, kevlar, fiberglass and silicon carbide ceramic fibers. The string pattern is 16 main/19 cross.

    Any opinions on the playability of the racket?

    How does it compare with today's more high-tech models? Does it play similar to any current models?

    Thanks!
     
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  2. rooski

    rooski Professional

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    The Spec Comp 110 was a great racket that is certainly comparable with the POG 110. I personally played the 90" version for a few years, and it was a great racket. Still have one. You should try to find the mid version since you are coming from a the PSC6195.

    FWIW...My sister had the 110 version and I used to play with it occasionally in doubles. I felt like I was cheating when I used it but it was still a lot of fun to play with.

    There are no "modern" rackets that play anything like the Spec Comp (that I have found).
     
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