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PRINCE TeXTREME BEAST 104 (260g) Tennis Racket


Prince Textreme 104 Tennis Racket –  Black / Pink.   This great racket has been traditionally designed with ladies in mind – its a powerful racket but LIGHTER (260g frame) , so suits less powerful hitters in general – beginners / intermediate players who want to improve with a reliable racket.



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This BEAST RANGE of tennis rackets are designed to bring power and spin to all levels, with its comfort focused design.  Beast rackets achieve this by absorbing vibrations on impact, allowing you to play your natural game.

.This lighter 260g frame is perfect for beginner to intermediate level players looking to improve their game and play with a reliable racket.

Despite being lightweight, the racket feels solid due to the TeXtreme construction with added Twaron Filaments – which are a new addition to this design.

The Beast 104 features a large sweetspot thanks to its larger than average headsize

Headsize: 104 in2.
Weight: 260g / 9.2oz.
Balance: 34.0 cm/ 13.4in 1 ptsHead Light.
Swingweight: 285.
String Pattern: 16×19.
Cross Section: 23-25-22 mm.
Length: 27″.

Our HITTING ROOM in our Farnham shop , in Surrey – PURE RACKET SPORT is the perfect place to try out as many performance rackets you like.   We specialise in only racket sports and have a large range of all you will need for your Tennis.  We are on hand to give advice and guidance about which model might be best, and show you how the technology can help and improve your playing experience. 

PRINCE SPORTS INC. –  Celebrating 50 years as a true sporting goods brand and one of the most recognized, trusted names in tennis.   The company was founded in 1970 by Robert H. McClure of Princeton, New Jersey (hence the name Prince) as a manufacturer of tennis ball machines, and went on to manufacture rackets.  Prince first hit the world scene in the mid-1970’s when legendary engineer, and subsequent owner of the brand, Howard Head, patented the first “Oversize” tennis racket in 1976 with a 110 square inch head, called it “The Prince,” and in doing so, ushered in a major tennis ‘boom’ by making tennis easier to play and more fun for millions of people.

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