Prince Triple Threat Thunderbolt Tennis Racquet
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Storm through the competition this season with the new Prince® Thunderbolt. This pre-strung tennis racquet matches a short to moderate swing type and features a 110 sq. in. oversized head for more control on hits from anywhere on the tennis court. Triple Threat Stability offers control on off-center hits while ESP provides 30% more spin for real bite on your ball. Make your presence known with the Prince® Thunderbolt Tennis Racquet.
- Pre-strung tennis racquet
- Swing Type: Moderate
- Oversize head for expanded hitting surface and greater control from anywhere on the court
- Head light, heavy handle balance for increased maneuverability
- Triple Threat Stability for an expanded sweet spot, and maximum stabiility for more power and control
- Sweetspot expansion at 3, 6, and 9 o'clock positions on the frame
- ESP (Extreme String Pattern) and open string patter provides 30% increased spin for maximum topspin and backspin
- Triple Braid construction with woven Titatnium, copper, and carbon
- DuraTac™ grip offers high tack for control of your racquet
- Length: 27"
- Head Size: 110 sq. in.
- Weight (strung): 9.3 oz / 265 g.
- Weight (unstrung): 8.8 oz. / 250 g
- Balance (unstrung): 13.2" - 2 pts Head Light
- Power Level: 1200
- Cross Section 28-23.5 mm
- Beam: Morph
- String Pattern: 14 x 17
- String: Prince® Synthetic 16 gauge
- Grip: Prince® DuraTac™
- Racquet cover not included
- Model: 7T37W
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 28659516
Rated 3 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by FedFan10050 Great precision and spin I am a 5.0 player who plays competitive tennis 3-5 times per week. I was always a Wilson Pro Staff user. When I began to play better competition, I noticed that my shots were often not equipped with enough topspin to drive the ball out of the hitting zone of my opponent. That's when I made the switch to this racquet. It's strings are spread out perfectly upon the surface to create maximum topspin with even a medium swing speed. My slice and kick serves had more action. My single-handed backhand had much more topspin as well. Not sure what the issue was with a few of the bad reviews, for I didn't have those problems. Love this racquet, definitely recommend it for anyone looking for a little extra action on their balls. Plus you cannot beat the price. June 5, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by PrinceRacquet very disapointing racquet First of all even the racquet is light weight, I can feel the vibration on my hand while hitting the ball, even after using the vibration dampener, I felt like I was playing with the $ 15 racquet. The quality of string is not good at all, also string tension range is pretty bad on this racquet, nobody should use that kind of tension in any racquet, especially when its new. It does not have the sweetspot expansion of 3,6,9 o'clock like it is stated on the features, theres only 1 sweet spot in the center. There's no spin at all, you really have to swing really hard to get any spin. I wasted my $ 100 on this racquet. Since I already played a set with it, I don't think Dicks Sporting goods will allow me to return the racquet. August 11, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by mike good solid racket This racket is in the mid range for swing style according to Prince's rating but is lightly more "dead" than that i.e. you really need to swing hard to get any speed on the ball. I like the racket a lot. April 9, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Goodie Two Shoes Good sized hitting surface. This racket is a good all around racket for me as I am in my sixties and not able to run as fast on the court. It has a good sized hitting surface which helps to get to shots that I wouldn't ordinarily get to. My wife now needs a racket so we are hoping to purchase another racket soon. Not sure if it will be the same one. June 19, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by 44 disapointing this is the first racquet I have ever seen that will not recommend a tension range at which to string it. The string broke the first time it was used. Very surprising from a world class manufacturer. April 10, 2014
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