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PRINCE EXO3 Rebel Squash Racket

by Prince
13 customer reviews

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  • Item model number: 7S3930050
  • ASIN: B003RAYW4A
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 11 Jun. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 154,449 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. R. Smith on 27 Nov. 2010
I will base my review on a comparison to the prince speedport black the reason being this racket is exactly the same weight and balance as that racket and so appears to replace it in terms of the evolution of the prince range. All the top touring pros who use the speedport black such as James willstrop and peter nicol to name a few have switched to this racket.

To start with as I have already mentioned the balance and weight are the same as the speedport black so if you are used of playing with that racket you will have no major problems swiching to this.

In terms of racket head speed this racket has speedports around the frame but close inspection reveals these are smaller than the speedport black and this does in my opinion create a little more drag on the stroke, this is however not a weakness as I did feel that the black was a ittle to slick this rackets slightly increased drag gives a better feel to the stroke you can feel it better like it is a heavier racket but without the weight if that makes sense.

The major improvment is the amazing decrease in frame vibration I dont use amazing lightly it is significantly less than the speedport black. Prince claim that this means the racket is less likely to move on impact with the ball resulting in a more controlled shot which I would agree with, you feel like you can hit through the ball easier the sweetspot is alot bigger this contributes to the vibration reduction and increased control without losing that all important feel.

The major innovation with this racket is the use of the exoskeleton or energy bridge and groves in the frame this is supposed to return more energy to the ball creating more spin and power, a word of caution here...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pro on 26 Jan. 2011
Compared to the Prince O3 Black (not the speedport black, the O3 black) this is about the same,feels about the same and probably has a little bit more power. The speedports are a little bit different, an improvement is that the plastic grommet now covers the speedports so this will probably be easier on the strings.
This is the most powerful racket I have ever tried, second most powerful was my Prince O3 Black.
Compared to the Dunlop 120 Aerogel 4D and Dunlop Pro Aerogel 4D which I also own it has TONS more power and spin, but definitely less control than the Dunlops (especially the 120 one).
Overall, very powerful, average control.
Gets 4 stars as it could be a bit cheaper and because my previous one broke at the speedports and I'm sure this will break at the speedports too at some point.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Neil48 on 14 Mar. 2011
I've used a fair few different rackets but the rebel is by far the best! i had the Prince o3 black before this, which is the model below.
Which was equally as good, but i seem to generate just a little more power, with less effort and not to mention this racket is very accurate.
Its worth every penny, i promise! if you can afford it, go for it!
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Ive played with many rackets in my life, being the son of an international squash player iv got to play with alot of different rackets and i cant really find a racket that provides as much power and control as the EXO3 rebel... it really is in another league, priced quite high but worth it. Much larger sweet spot near the top of the racket for those tight shots does give you an edge!

Mine did break within the first few hours of play but it was a frame defect, so do not hesitate to send it back they will send you a replacement free of charge if it breaks near the neck or half way up the head of the racket!

After getting my replacement Ive been using it for about 8 months now and there are alitle things they dont say on the reviews which i feel that it needs to be highlighted.

Its a string breaker: The plastic inner frame near the top which suspends the strings (creating the huge power) does sometimes break the strings instantly if you miss hit the ball hard at the top. Looks like abit of a knife edge tbh.

Unusual neck structure/shape: This means, for the players who like to shorten the racket swing by sliding ur hand up the neck further for greater control (usually in the corners for a tighter swing), you are unable to get a tidy grip, its an odd shape so it doesnt sit nicely in your hand, thats if you like to hold the racket higher up the neck. Some people wont know what im talking about if you dont do it, then it wont matter.

And finally, its a breaker. Mine did break easily with no abuse, if you take a closer look at the frame its very very delicate, to create all that power it suspends the strings in massive gaps in the frame, looks awesome and it is awesome. So a little care when swinging will go a long way!
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By Kobrakai on 9 Sept. 2012
I bought this racket as a replacement for a Technifibre Carboflex 130, and have been reasonably happy with it. I moved away from the Carboflex looking for a racket that would provide more weight and consistency through the shot.

However in the three years I had the Carboflex I broke oneone racket, but in the nine months I have been using the Rebel, I have broken three, two in the last month from frame fractures in different areas of the racket. Not being able to afford replacing them at that rate I'm having to move on to something different.

It's a shame because I enjoyed using the racket, although I don't think I ever felt it was as good as I had hoped. I was planning to change the strings and see whether that made the difference, but didn't ever get to a point where I felt a string change was necessary. The strings are nothing special, they are pretty durable, but they didn't give nearly as much feel as the Technifibre X-Ones in the Carboflex.

Would I recommend it to a friend? I initially decided to buy based upon a playtest of an opponent's Prince racket, probably the old Prince 03 Silver Racket I think. I'd probably suggest trying a cheaper Prince racket, if they felt that Prince was the way to go, but I'd caution them about the inherent weakness in the frame, notably around the speedports. Each side of the racket has two large rectangular openings in the frame, and the speedports are a plastic insert inside of that.

One last thing that I feel may be worth mentioning to those considering this racket is the bumper strip, which has worn down to the frame in the time I've had the rackets, and always gets small kinks in it (in both mine and a friend's rackets, not a problem in itself).
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