Prince O3 Silver Prestrung Squash Racquet with Case
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- Prestrung squash racquet with distinctive O-ports for greater power and stability
- O-ports help stabilize the racquet to give you more control on off-center shots
- Sweet spot is up to 54 percent larger than traditional racquets for improved power
- Triple Threat Tungsten design creates phenomenally stable frame
- Head size measures 75.5 square inches; weighs 140 grams unstrung
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Features O3 Technology, Triple Threat with Tungsten, Graphite Extreme, Extender Headshape, Power Scoop Shaft, Wall Glider Bumper and Air+ Handle.
The success of Prince's O3 tennis racquets, which were engineered with unique O-ports to provide greater string freedom, led the company to introduce a matching line of squash racquets. The O3 Silver squash model features the same distinctive O-ports, which replace traditional pin-sized string holes to create a super aerodynamic frame with a more responsive stringbed. This in turn generates an extra-large Sweet Zone that's 54 percent bigger than a conventional racquet's sweet spot. As a result, you'll blast more powerful serves and hit more consistent shots, while also returning wide shots with authority. The O-ports also reduce aerodynamic drag to produce a faster swing speed, so players can reach more balls and win more points.
O3 racquets have a larger sweet spot and generate more speed than traditional racquets.
O-ports increase the conventional sweet spot by 54 percent.
Prince's Triple Threat Tungsten technology creates a phenomenally stable frame.
- Head size: 75.5 square inches/487 square cm
- Cross section: DURA 20-18
- String pattern: 12 x 17
- Weight: 140 grams, unstrung
- Balance: 36.5 cm
From its origin as a manufacturer of tennis ball machines, Prince has proved itself to be an industry leader in the innovation and manufacturing of performance racquet sports products. Prince has continually revolutionized the game with introductions of such racquet technologies as Oversize and Longbody, and most recently with O3 and Speedport. Prince is committed to continually delivering top-quality tennis products in all categories, outfitting players with the very best in footwear, apparel, strings, balls, accessories, and more. Prince has leveraged its international exposure by sponsoring some of the sport's most elite athletes, including Maria Sharapova, Nikolay Davydenko, Jennifer Capriati, Patrick Rafter, Jimmy Connors, and Martina Navratilova. The company's success at the highest level of competition has heightened consumer interest in the brand as well as the sport of tennis overall.
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This was the answer I received when I claimed warranty. (I live in Chile, and don't have a permanent residence in the US.)
Thank you for contacting Prince Sports Inc. regarding your squash racquet.
I would like to advise you of our returns policy.
In the event you still have the receipt for this purchase, you can send the racquet to our warranty department.
Our Warranty department will inspect the racquet and if the racquet is found to have a production defect, we will replace it with a brand new one and ship it back to you within the United States. In the event the Warranty Department, believes otherwise, your same racquet will be returned to you.
Please be advised of the following:
1) Proof of Purchase must be submitted
2) Ship to Address:
Prince Sports INc
Bordentown, NJ 08505
3) Returns Process will take approximately 2 weeks time
4) Racquet will be shipped back to a US address only.
Should you wish to proceed please send the following information so that the Return Authorization can be processed in our system and I can provide you with a confirmation number.
1) Name of Customer
2) Ship to Address (US only)
3) Telephone Number
4) Name and Model of Racquet
5) Where is the Damage on the racquet