Prince EXO3 Hybrid 110
Released February, 2010
The Pros:Fairly light weight, won't wear out your arm. Generates a lot of spin without much effort. Absorbs vibration well, puts less stress on your joints.
The Cons:So light that it tends to feel like you need to swing harder for a powerful shot.
The EXO3 Hybrid 110 is the most expensive of Prince's mid-priced Hybrid tennis racquets. Compared to its cousins, the EXO3 Hybrid 100 and the EXO3 Hybrid 104, the EXO3 Hybrid 110 is the most lightweight (250g compared to the 104's 275g and the 100's 285g).
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At 110 square inches, it also has the biggest headsize. Whereas the 100 and 104 have speedports at 3 o clock and 9 o clock to increase the sweet spot, the larger head of the 110 has these speedports at 6 o clock and 12 o clock. Like the related models, the EXO3 Hybrid 110 has an open string pattern, which encourages spin. Prince promotes the EXO3 Hybrid 110 as a racquet that offers exceptional feel and comfort.
- Weight: 250g (unstrung)
- Headsize: 110 square inches
- Length: 27"
- Morph 26-22-20 cross section
- 13.9in/34.4cm 3pt. head heavy balance
- DuraPro+ grip
- Syn Gut Multi strings
- Power level: 1200
- Swing weight: 275
- 16 x 19 string pattern
User Reviews (1)
fairly light weight, won't wear out your arm
generates a lot of spin without much effort
absorbs vibration well, puts less stress on your joints
enough power generation for most players
large sweet-spot makes it easy to hit with
grip is reassuring, won't slip out of your hand but can be shifted around quickly as needed
so light that it tends to feel like you need to swing harder for a powerful shot
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