4 Stars

from VA on 2/21/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Great inexpensive racquet for power & control.

5 Stars Prince TT Bandit OS

from CO on 1/29/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

best deal, period ... light, well balanced, terrific power and control ... immediately scrap the factory15 gauge nylon and re-string with a superior string and you will not believe it (I use 18 gauge Babolat RPM blast for bite/spin and endurance) .... at $60, best racquet bargain ever

5 Stars "Go to" racquet

from LA on 1/26/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This is a really great racquet (for me)! I keep coming back to this racquet after trying others, becoming more satisfied, as well as amazed, each time. Friends who have tried it, like it, but can't convince themselves to switch because it's not the latest thing out and it's "cheap" (inexpensive). The only complaint I've received was "it's light", and it is. But the balance is perfect for me. It feels very natural in my hand, as opposed to carrying around a club. I've even experimented with a larger grip (5/8") with no significant difference in play or feel. Originally, I started with the midplus version which I can't find anymore. Hence, I've gone to this oversize version. The midplus had a little more control, but a little less power. I've had to make adjustments with the oversize, but they've been minor, and insignificant. One disadvantage is that this Prince now comes prestrung (formally unstrung), but you can have Midwest put your favorite string in it. This time around I decided to leave the factory stri

5 Stars Racquet prince

from Pa on 12/10/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Just the right weight,material is titanium which I wanted. Love it