What EVER happened to the PRINCE badminton Rackets

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  1. weeyeh

    weeyeh Regular Member

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    Great... enjoy it and feel happy that you have a "rare" racket.
     
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    The promoter for Prince badminton rackets stopped doing it and has switched to producing Fisher badminton rackets instead. Whatever brand name badminton rackets come under, the technology is as good as those in Yonex and other more reputable brand as the level of technology is so advance that it is no longer logical to produce low tech. badminton rackets. For non-serious players, you do not need to get well known brand and pay a bomb for it.
     
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    I just bought prince evo 3 limited edition racquet. Seems like it is a defensive head light racquet. Strung with Yonex CBG 100 at 26 lbs. Will try the racquet tonite.... :D
     
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    they still make badminton rackets o.o
     
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    impressed

    I am sufficiently impressed by the O3 Speedsport range to want one. MBS doesn't carry Prince.:crying: Any Idea who does and does mail service. Thanx
     
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    looking for Prince M+ Pro 85, anyone with any info? thanks
     
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    Apparently, the O3 rackets have really poor durability, which is not that surprising considering they have lots of big holes in the frame.
    They were also massively overpriced when they first came out, so I don't think that many people bought them.

    I used to have a Prince Whisper TT (not the same as the Whisper Ti) which was a brilliant defensive racket, but the shaft broke.
     
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    Sorry but I disagree with that.
     

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