What kind of racquet is this?

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  1. Jack & Coke

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  2. mclee025

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    It's a Prince Mono.
     
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  3. Jack & Coke

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    Thanks..

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  4. Jack & Coke

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    Here's a few more pics I found..

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    Anyone here ever hit with this stick?
     
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  5. jayserinos99

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    I've got to hit with the Mono and the Ripstick, which was a 102"(?) head size 29" long frame. Both frames swung very nice; the monoshaft was very easy to swing. My only gripe was w/ the Ripstick b/c of the extra length; I had to choke up for a bit to keep the ball in (at the time I wasn't very fond of extra length frames). But both had decent spin and I especially liked them at the net.
     
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  6. PrinceO3TourOS

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    Beautiful Racquet :D It swings easy and fast but what about stability or feel?
     
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    looks like a squash racquet to me..
     
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  8. Jack & Coke

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    That's what the reviewer (from another site) said too!
     
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    That shaft (i.e. the middle area between the grip and the reacquet head) must look like prime real estate for johncauthen and his magical weighting system.. :D
     
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  10. jayserinos99

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    No problems with either. Both frames that I used were very solid. Feel was definitely there especially with the monoshaft. I immediately felt if I hit a bad shot and I think a major part of it was the unique design.
     
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  11. PrinceO3TourOS

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    That's great :D Prince should produce more Racquets like this ;)
     
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  12. drakulie

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    I don't recall seeing too many people using this racquet. Do any of you remember if this was a popular racquet?
     
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