Discussion in 'Racquets' started by proracketeer, Apr 16, 2006.
Is there something like a POG with a little bit of fiberglas? (10 to 15 %)
Prince Graphite pro 90? Graphite/ fibreglass mix, about the same weight/ specs as the POG, black colour with white/gold strips.....from the early 1990s....
I think kg_yew is pretty well spot on there with the Graphite Pro (used by Darren Cahill during his run to the semis/quarters of the US Open). The other option might be the Graphite Comp which came in a 110sq and a 90 sq and was a bit more flexible than the POG. The third option could be the Specturm Comp 90/110. I can't recall the exact flex of it but it did play a bit softer than the POG.
I wouldn't say that any of them is a better racquet than the POG although the Spectrum does come very close.
Prince Power Pro 110, patented @ 1986 PRINCE MFG.Inc (Med. Grey color w/ white lettering, white stripe/lt blue stripe). 16x19 pattern. 4 3/8 grip. fibreglass & graphite.
Got it frm a friend, i added lead tape wt. w/ Kevlar string (low tension). The stiff string and flexible racket head seemed a vry good topspin, set-up for this racket.
prince graphite comp xb (andrewd?)
Any Infos about the graphite comp xb?
Was it a later model? %glas? how does it play?
The Graphite Poweflex 110 (1986) is made of Graphite and Fiberglass.
It's grey with white and blue stripes.
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