Prince More+ XL Badminton Racquet
Prince More+ XL Warrior Badminton Racquet
Prince More+ XL
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List Price: $139.95
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Product Type: RACQUET

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The More+ XL badminton racquet is designed based on the principle and technology of Prince best selling Triple Threat and M+ tennis racquets. With the Triple Threat Tungsten new technology, during impact, the badminton racquet is more stable due to the three (3) point weight positioning (2 located at the top of the head and 1 located on the bottom base of the racquet handle) that is patented by Prince.

In addition, NO MORE DRILLED HOLES! Traditional racquet manufacturing requires holes to be drilled in the frame - the result is lower stiffness and strength. M+ Technology eliminates the drilled holes by moulding 2 separate racquet halves, each having teeth, which when placed together form string channels. This form PowerLock - an inner wall between the racquet halves which significantly increases torsional stiffness and strength.

  • Level: Intermediate / Advanced
  • Type: Offensive / Attacking
  • Flex: Stiff
  • Head: Isometric / Square / Quad
  • Weight: 87-89gm(3U-)
  • B.Pt: 8 (Head Heavy)
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  • Head: Carbon Graphite, Tungsten
  • Shaft: Carbon Graphite
  • Cover: Prince full racquet cover
  • String: Prestrung with Prince Courtex string by the manufacturer

Average Customer Review: 3 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Good racket...... restringing conflicts.... May 18, 2008
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from San Leandro, CA United States  
This is a good offensive racket; powerful, quick, and flexible. But when it comes to restring it, not every restringer knows how to restring this racket, and can not provide their services for this racket => due to its uncommon number of gromets. I had quite a hard time finding someone to restring this racket when my original strings broke.

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