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Prince EXO3 Blue 110

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Prince EXO3 Blue 110

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MSRP $250.00
Our Price: $159.95

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This classic oversized tennis racquet has anything but classic performance. The Prince EXO3 Blue with Thermocarbon string suspension inserts provides enhanced feel, delivering an impressive sweet spot in a maneuverable and forgiving frame.

  • Sleek string suspension inserts combine the vibration dampening of thermoplastic with the pop and responsiveness of carbon fiber for better hitting feel.
  • A re-engineered cross section adds torsional stability for more power and accuracy.
  • A built-in Double Bridge™ dampening system improves shock reduction and reduces string vibration for added comfort.
Item #: 101658
Style #: 7T12Q101
Head Size : 110 sq. in.
Length : 27.25 Inches
Weight : 9.3 Ounces (unstrung) / 9.8 Ounces (strung)
Balance: Head Heavy
Balance Point: 34.5 cm./13.6 in
Power Level: Medium, High
Swing Type: Slow & Compact, Moderate
Tension: 57-67 Lbs.
String Pattern: 16M x 19C
Beam Width: 26/28/24 mm, Variable Tapered Beam
Swing Weight: 285
Grip: Prince ResiSoft
Technology : EXO³
Color : Black
EXO³: EXO³ technology transfers up to 26% more energy back into the ball at the moment of impact, resulting in more spin, pinpoint accuracy and extraordinary comfort and feel.
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Prince EXO3 Blue 110 2011

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Great Raquet for an aging player

By Pete

from Charleston, WV

About Me Enthusiast


  • Creates Spin
  • Good Accuracy
  • Great Feel
  • Large Sweet-Spot
  • Lightweight


    Best Uses

    • Intermediate

    Comments about Prince EXO3 Blue 110 2011:

    I had bought this raquet after being away from the game for 10 years. I started up again when my teenage sons decided to play the game. I currently play 3.5 tennis - at one time was up to 5.0. Now that I'm in my fifties I need a raquet that is more geared towards control and consistency. This raquet fits the bill. However, it does provides enough power when I need it. I especially like volleying at the net and topspin/amer twist serves with this raquet.

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    • No

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    Not good at all

    By Killer Games

    from San Diego, CA

    About Me Enthusiast

    Verified Buyer


    • Lightweight


    • Poor Accuracy

    Best Uses

      Comments about Prince EXO3 Blue 110 2011:

      Not good for my game

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      • No

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      • Q:

        Does a racquet cover come with this racquet or can one be purchased. I have seen other retailers include a cover. Thanks
        Asked on 9/10/2013 by Steve from Indiana

        1 answer

        • Staff Reviewer


          Yes, this racquet does come with a cover.

          Answered on 9/11/2013 by Ryan from Holabird Sports
      • Q:

        What type of string is recommended for this racquet?
        Asked on 2/27/2012 by Anonymous

        2 answers

        • A:

          The specific type of string that should be used for any tennis racquet depends on the skill of the player. The Price EX03 Blue should be strung with a good quality synthetic gut suited to the ability of the owner.

          Answered on 2/28/2012 by Community Answer from None
        • Staff Reviewer


          String is largely based upon personal preference and style of play, so recommendations are largely based on individual opinion. If you are breaking lots of strings, it might be a good idea to try a polyester or polyester hybrid such as the Gamma Hybrid Zo Tour + TNT2 Tour. For players that don’t break many strings, you can select a softer string like Babolat Addiction or Wilson Sensation. If you are just looking for an inexpensive string that has solid all-around performance, try out the Prince Synthetic Gut with Duraflex.

          Answered on 2/29/2012 by Ryan from Holabird Sports
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      • About Prince
      Prince tennis racquets have always been revolutionary; in fact, they made the very first oversized racquet. Today, Prince racquets can be found in the hands of pros—like David Ferrer and Gael Monfils—and recreational players alike. Overall, Prince tennis racquets are known for increased ball control and stability and a significant reduction of frame vibration, making them perfect for any player type. But Prince doesn't just make tennis racquets. They also make fine tennis shoes, tennis apparel, grips, strings, squash racquets, and squash eyeguards.

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