Prince Phantom

600-> Phantom Pro P93 (18x20)
650 -> Phantom Pro P93 (14x18)
725 -> Phantom Pro 100 (18x20)
750 -> Phantom Pro 100 (Grommets) (16x18)
775 -> Phantom 100 (O-ports) (16x18)
800 -> Phantom Pro 100P (16x18)

Now it's complete and aggregated
One of the most powerful racquets I played, and also according to TWU database is the POGOS or POG107 with a powerlevel of 700 - so I am sceptical about these power numbers.
 
so I am sceptical about these power numbers.
In fairness, I think Prince intends them to be used as a loose guide to compare within the brand. But I do agree - the numbers can be misleading and don’t necessarily bear out, depending for example on the player or how the racquet is set up.
 
One of the most powerful racquets I played, and also according to TWU database is the POGOS or POG107 with a powerlevel of 700 - so I am sceptical about these power numbers.
I think within the Phantom line they bear out reasonably well. I know that I'm stringing different tensions in my 100 ported, 100 18x20 and my 93P (55/50, 54/48 and 50/45 in a gut/poly hybrid).

I never paid attention to the numbers before but now that I see them, it fits with how I ended up stringing my rackets.
 
One of the most powerful racquets I played, and also according to TWU database is the POGOS or POG107 with a powerlevel of 700 - so I am sceptical about these power numbers.
I agree with the further comments on this for the Phantoms. To your point the POG 2013 (which I believe you are referring to) is a monster in power according to TU, and seems so in my experience. I have also felt the PP100P is the biggest pop of the Phantoms.
 
(Well, I acquired a Phantom during the memorial day sale at TW for an absolute bargain)

This is the first Prince racquet that I've throughly gotten to hit with. The paint job/ paint scheme is simple and sleek, and the overall aesthetic of the shape/mould of the frame is pleasing; the thin beam looks cool. Despite its specs, it feels a bit heftier than I was anticipating. Now, hitting with it is a great experience. It feels plush, stable yet it swings hefty while moving through the contact zone quickly. It feels so good in hand, man, I'm even more tempted by Prince's other offerings.
 
(Well, I acquired a Phantom during the memorial day sale at TW for an absolute bargain)

This is the first Prince racquet that I've throughly gotten to hit with. The paint job/ paint scheme is simple and sleek, and the overall aesthetic of the shape/mould of the frame is pleasing; the thin beam looks cool. Despite its specs, it feels a bit heftier than I was anticipating. Now, hitting with it is a great experience. It feels plush, stable yet it swings hefty while moving through the contact zone quickly. It feels so good in hand, man, I'm even more tempted by Prince's other offerings.
I have sworn to end my racquetholism last year with the phantom 100p. Now my wife has offered to buy me a new racquet for my birthday so technically I am not buying it. The phantom 100 was on the list given the main difference is the beam construction and RA. If I was to choose this it would be more of a homecoming gift as I was a previous exo3 tour user.
 
I have sworn to end my racquetholism last year with the phantom 100p. Now my wife has offered to buy me a new racquet for my birthday so technically I am not buying it. The phantom 100 was on the list given the main difference is the beam construction and RA. If I was to choose this it would be more of a homecoming gift as I was a previous exo3 tour user.
I'd ask for an Angell if the wife offers to buy me a new racquet...
 
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