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    A Review of the Tecnifibre X-Speed Carboflex 130

    Nov 15, 2018 7:46:56 PM / by Alex Robertson posted in Racquet review, Review, Squash Racquet, Squash Racquets, tecnifibre

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    First things first

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    Review of the Prince Pro Shark 650

    Jul 17, 2015 8:59:27 AM / by Diego Caballero posted in prince, Prince, prince pro shark 650, Racquet review, Review, review, squash, squash racquet, Squash Racquet, Squash Racquet Review

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    I have never played with a Prince racquet before and I am very happy I got to try out the Prince Pro Shark 650. This racquet is very light yet very powerful with an amazing amount of grip. I play with a slightly heavier racquet with very similar balance to the Pro Shark (should be able to generate more power with mine) and I found out that I could generate the same amount of power with the Prince racquet. Featuring a more open string pattern, 14 x 15, I was also able to get tons of cut on the ball. This racquet not only looks great, it plays amazingly.

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    Racquet Review - Prince Pro Beast Powerbite 750

    Nov 1, 2014 10:51:47 AM / by Jeff Porter posted in prince, Prince, Prince Pro Beast Powerbite 750, Racquet review, Review, review, Spin, Squash Racquet

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    Prince Pro Beast Powerbite 750 Squash Racquet Ramy AshourThe Prince Pro Beast Powerbite 750 has been here on the shelves at Control the 'T' Sports for about 6 weeks now and I can’t believe I haven’t had a chance to appreciate the engineering that went into its design until now.  The racquet’s name aptly encompasses its distinguishing features that allow it stand apart from other racquets I’ve hit with in the past.  With elements of both touch and power, I’m having a hard time thinking of a type of player who would not make use of what it has to offer.

    Let’s begin by taking a look at what sets this racquet apart from some of the others in the Prince family.  The “bite” in the racquet is a function primarily of the string pattern that is extremely widely spaced out. Only 14 main strings and 15 cross strings are used to string the racquet on one of the largest frames Prince has to offer (480 square centimeters).

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