Recommend Me Some 90-95 inch rackets to demo

Hi,

So I'm winding down my demo period and I am wanting to try a really small head-sized racket just for a change of pace and for more control. Any suggestions besides the prestige and BLX racquet that are worth a look (I only say besides those since I know those will be no brainers)?
 

Outlined

Rookie
If you can still get your hands on it: Fischer M Comp 95 (330 gram unstrung). Specs differs from the rest as it has a high balance.
 

DeShaun

Banned
The new Prince graphite I demoed has a 93 inch head, was very control oriented with an extremely solid response, and was like a brick wall returning big-servers. My buddy who is a baseliner with tremendous topspin seems to love his new Prince graphite, although he plays the midplus, not the 93.
 

snoflewis

Legend
haven't hit w/ any of the new rackets in the past 2 years, but the best rackets i've hit with in your headsize range are the rds001 mid, diablo mid, and the ag200.
 

shogun90

Rookie
If you like something different, the Prince Exo Rebel should do the trick. I got a lot of spin and a heavy ball from it even though it's 18x20.
 
My advice would be to give the PB10 a wide steer unless you're very confident you can handle the weight. With gumby and overgrip you're looking at c350g which is hell of alot. It is very much a pure player's frame.

PSL and Dunlop 100 would be my suggestions.
 
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cneblett

Rookie
Hi,

So I'm winding down my demo period and I am wanting to try a really small head-sized racket just for a change of pace and for more control. Any suggestions besides the prestige and BLX racquet that are worth a look (I only say besides those since I know those will be no brainers)?

Try one of the new donnays
 

klementine

Hall of Fame
It all depends on what your preferences are....

-flex
-string pattern
-beam width
-hoop shape
-balance and swingweight

-everyone will cite their own personal racquet... but i will stray away from the PresMid and suggest the EXO3 Graph93 and Rebel95 and the stiffer Wilson 6.1 95 (both the 16x18 and 18x20 versions).
 
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HiroProtagonist

Professional
My advice would be to give the PB10 a wide steer unless you're very confident you can handle the weight. With gumby and overgrip you're looking at c350g which is hell of alot. It is very much a pure player's frame.

PSL and Dunlop 100 would be my suggestions.

I have to respectfully disagree, the PB10 mid is extremely whippy do to the HL balance, and a large majority of reviews have said the same.
 

klementine

Hall of Fame
^ That's fine. No hard feelings taken.

There's nithing wrong with citing/suggesting your own racquet... otherwise one would be playing with another racquet if one believed that racquet to be superior to their own.

I just like demo'n sticks and trading with opponents for rallys and can appreciate many attributes for many various racquets... Probably why I'm so apprehensive with sticking to one racquet and always searching for another.. :)
 
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HiroProtagonist

Professional
Disagree all you want. It's still c350g no matter how much you disagree.

What is that ridiculous horse / Ratasfarian flag in your avatar?

Wow someone needs a WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMBULANCE :cry::cry::cry::cry:

Im sorry that a majority of ppl who either use or have demoed the PB10 disagree w ur "expert" opinion. I think it's time for ur nap big guy, u seem a little cranky.
 
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Why do you write like a 12 year old trying to sending text messages? Are you 12?

350g is 350g whether you like it or not. The advice still stands - if the OP doesn't feel confident swinging a 350g racquet and doesn't have technically well developed strokes, he should give PB10 a wide steer.

Now get back to your homework.
 

HiroProtagonist

Professional
Why do you write like a 12 year old trying to sending text messages? Are you 12?

350g is 350g whether you like it or not. The advice still stands - if the OP doesn't feel confident swinging a 350g racquet and doesn't have technically well developed strokes, he should give PB10 a wide steer.

Now get back to your homework.

Why do u attack ppl who RESPECTFULLY disagree w u? If u are so much older and experienced than a 23 yo act ur age. Period.
 
As I've said already:-

350g is 350g whether you like it or not. The advice still stands - if the OP doesn't feel confident swinging a 350g racquet and doesn't have technically well developed strokes, he should give PB10 a wide steer.
 
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