Prince brings back its O-Port technology and combines it with TeXtreme in this ultra comfortable, control oriented frame.
Boasting a super thin 16.5 mm throat beam width (20 mm at the head), the Prince TeXtreme Phantom 100 offers a very low flex rating of 57 RA. This, combined with Prince's O-Port grommet technology, means this racquet is extremely comfortable and offers a very plush feel. The O-Port grommets also provide the 100 square inch head with a large and lively sweet spot. Coming in at 10.9 ounces (310 grams) unstrung, the Phantom 100 has enough mass to provide plenty of stability. With the unstrung balance being 10 points head light (310 mm) and the swing weight being a relatively low 295, this racquet is also quite maneuverable. An open 16x18 string pattern provides plenty of access to spin.
Those players looking for a soft feeling, control oriented racquet should find plenty to love in the Prince TeXtreme Phantom 100.
- Head size: 100 sq. inches / 645 sq. cm
- Length: 27 inches / 68.58 cm
- Weight: 10.9 oz / 310 unstrung
- Balance: 10 pts head light / 305mm unstrung
- Swingweight: 295 unstrung
- Beam: 16.5mm / 20mm / 16.5mm
- Flex: 57 RA
- Tension Range: 45-55 lbs / 21-25kg
- String Pattern: 16/18
TeXtreme: This technology's woven laminates are developed with a thinner structure and straighter carbon fibres to create a composite material that is 20% lighter in weight with improved stiffness. Positioned in the shaft and lower hoop with a 45 degree orientation reduces frame twisting by up to 25%. The result is unparalleled stability and "plow through" on impact providing more power and control to your shots.
New O-Port: Open grommets to provide a larger sweetspot as well as more dwell time for enhanced power and feel.
- 100 sq. inches
- 10.9 oz
Dimensional Weight: 1.0 kg
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