For TW staff. Diff between prince phantom pro 100 vs 100p

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  1. nvr2old

    nvr2old Professional

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    So aside from spec differences what specifically is measurablely different in terms of how the frames play? I have watched the video reviews but the reviewers are different I have a 100p and am wondering what advantage if any the 100 would give. Thx.
     
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    Hi nvr2old,

    Unfortunately, the major differences are spec-based. The Pro 100 has a lower swingweight - it plays faster but feels a tad less stable off-center. So if you're looking for extra speed, that is a potential advantage of the 100. The 100P has a boxier beam, but it doesn't translate into a huge difference in feel in this case (both beams are thin, especially @ the throat). Given how close these are, the best way to get at there differences is get a demo of the 100P and play side by side against the 100.

    Hope this helps,
    TW Staff
     
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  3. nvr2old

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    Thx TW.
     
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  4. 2nd Serve Ace

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    Currently demoing the pro 100. Wow is that stick flexible and come through the hitting zone super quick! Flexibility and maneuverability are it's best attributes.

    I've added about 4 grams @ 10 @ 2 plus 8 on the handle, and it is magic even with my non preferred 15l poly strings.

    Never hit with the 100p, but it might be the better option stock. FWIW, the pro is still fairly boxy in the beam shape.

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  5. nvr2old

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    Cool thx.
     
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    From my experience, the PP100P has a nice plow especially with a leather grip and very spin and slice friendly without feeling too heavy. Love the feel!
     
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  7. nvr2old

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    agree
     
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