Overview. Prince overhauls the Warrior 100 but keeps the same speed and spin-friendly precision of the previous version. This update comes with a solid beam, giving it a wonderfully crisp, lively and accurate response. With its 11.1 ounce static weight and ‘whippy’ headlight balance, the Warrior 100 is perfect for the intermediate who wants easy access to pace and spin.
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Speed and spin-friendly precision go hand and hand with the Prince® Warrior 100 Tennis Racquet. The Warrior is perfect for beginner players who want easy access to pace and spin with a lighter racquet option.
Summary. Prince has kept busy with a total revamp of the Warrior 100 racquet. The first major change in the Prince Textreme Warrior 100 is the solid beam, which eliminates the Ports for a crisper, more accurate response. Additionally, Textreme material was added to the frame to increase stability without increasing frame stiffness.
PRINCE Warrior 100 Tennis Racquet Review. The Prince Warrior 100 combines comfort, spin, and power into one versatile racquet. The Warrior 100 keeps the EXO3 technology of its predecessor which allows for a faster swing and a dampened feel. Featuring a stock unstrung weight of 10.6 ounces, 4 points headlight balance, and a swing weight of 317, this racquet looks to conquer opponents from all areas of the court.
Mike, a longtime Prince user, found this update to be a very easy racquet to swing on both the forehand and backhand sides. He offered, "I felt like the racquet had tons of power, so I had to really focus on controlling the ball. I don't have the best backhand in the world, and the Warrior 100 really seemed to help.
Prince Textreme Warrior 100 is somehow massive for those who have underdeveloped wrists. The standard length of the racket is 27 inches. The balance of it is 6 points head light which is not like other powerful rackets with massive heads. Its stringing pattern is of 16 mains and 18 crosses.