Hey! I was wanting to know how the Prince EXO3 Rebel 95 plays in comparison to the KSix-One 95 16x18, since the specs are similar. Is the EXO3 Graphite 93 ridiculously controlled, or does it still have a good amount of pop? Thanks!
I don't think the string holes are out yet for the exo93 yet, I tried it with the ports. I think it is a nice racquet with the ports, but it really lacks feel. The spin is really nice and pace is decent for its beam, but I think I would string it under 55 if I were actually going to use it.Did you all try the EXO3 Graphite 93 with string holes or string ports? Is there a big difference?
The Rebel is heavier in terms of static weight. Also, it feels great at the net. I'm very much an all-court player, and I prefer the Rebel. I felt the 93 does swing through the air faster, though.I demoed both and switched to the 93. The Rebel is lighter and has a bit more power. The 93 swings through the air better, feels better, more solid and more control. Baseliners would probably like the Rebel, all court players would like the 93. I switched from the Ozone Tour.
I demoed both and switched to the 93. The Rebel is lighter and has a bit more power. The 93 swings through the air better, feels better, more solid and more control. Baseliners would probably like the Rebel, all court players would like the 93. I switched from the Ozone Tour.
one more ditto here. The rebel 95 had more weight which translated to more control and was very maneuverable at the net. The graphite 93 was good, but didn't offer the same scalpel like control the rebel did.Deleted - basically was just a 'ditto' to themitchman's comment.
I have a customer that just brought one in for stringing. He uses a gut/poly hybrid and was raving about the control of the frame. I wasn't thrilled with the paintjob though.the rebel 95 is an awesome stick. I could easily see myself switching to it without having to change my strokes from twin tube radical MP's. (if i could afford it)
love the comfort, accuracy, and maneuverability
I use it as a third racket. Great racket and wish my body could cope with its weight. It is very very low powered unless you hit the perfect small sweetspot. This racket has a lot of control but my wrist does not like its weight.Is anyone still using these rebel 95, what do you string them tension and what strings?
I looked at your post this morning only to see that they weren't my grip sizeSelling 3 if anyone is interested?