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Comments: Very underrated racquet for some reason. If you're thinking about buying a Babolat Pure Drive or PD+,
give this one a try first, you might like it more and end up saving a lot of money. Longtime BPD+ user, I liked this racquet just as
Comments: After trying a lots of racquets last year and buying two of those (the Head Graphene Speed MP and
Wilson Blade 104), I finally found my new racquet, which was in fact an old model in a fresh cosmetic. This year, I tried the new
Head Graphene XT Instinct MP and the Pro Staff 97 LS wich are great racquets but the Instinct was too stiff for me and the Pro Staff
has not powerful enough, but had nice touch and feel. For my arm pain and tennis elbow, I decided to try the Prince White LS 100.
What a pleasure! Nice muted feel (thanks to the O3 technology), no vibrations, enough power, nice spin, stable at the net. Almost
perfect for me. I think the Prince Warrior 100 is the same spec and maybe the same feeling. I'm glad that I found this O3 White LS
so arm friendly. Hope this review helps you find your new racquet -- have a nice tennis day!
From: Guy, 4/15
Comments: I switched from a Babolat AreoPro Drive to the Prince O3 White. Babolat is too stiff for my arm. Right
after I used the Prince O3 White, I finally found my racquet. It's so easy for my arm that I can not feel any uncomfortableness, even
when I block heavy volley from 4.5 players. It's very easy to control the balls. I wish I had use O3 White at the beginning when I
first started to play tennis. By the way, I also think this racquet has the best paint job.
From: Jun, 6/14
Comments: As a long time user of the original Prince 03 White MP (8-10 years), I was happy to see an updated
version of the 03 White the 03 White LS. I've demoed a lot of racquets over the past 4-5 years thinking that I needed to replace
my 03 White with something that has a slightly lighter swing weight for quicker responses at the net. Although I've purchased 2-3
racquets over this time period, I always seem to gravitate back to my trusted standby. So, I was pleased (and surprised) to see an
updated version of the 03 White, which now has a lighter swing weight but maintains the same head light balance and slightly
lighter strung weight. I've played with the updated version several times and it's definitely a keeper. The lower swing weight helps
with the quick exchanges at the net, while maintaining all of the original 03 playing characteristics. The added bonus is that the
price of $119 is very reasonable. Strung with Head FXP Tour, 16g, at 58 lbs.
From: Eddie, 6/14
Comments: First my background: male, 42 years old, playing tennis since 3 years after 25 years of rest. Level 4 in
double play. Now playing with Prince EXO3 Speedport Red 105 or Prince Graphite 97 longbody (old one!) both strung with Babolat
Extreme Power. Now looking for a racquet in between: heavier then the red, little more headsize than the graphite. My tennis
advised me to try two racquets: the Prince White LS100 (stringpatern 16x19) and the Prince Tour 100T ESP (strinpatern 16x16),
300 grams. The difference between the two racquets is less then I expected! The White is a very solid forgiving racquet. Enough
power, regular spin/slice, stable on forehand and backhand. accurate in serving. lots of control, sweetspot more then enough.
forgiving racquet when you hit the ball not very well. Volleys better then de speedport or graphite. For most players (< level 4) it is
very good racquet! The 100T ESP feels lighter, frame is about 15% thinner which makes it feel easier to move especially with
This racquet generates much more spin/slice (due to the stringpatern) but is also less forgiving. For double plays I preffer the
ESP but will recomment the White to every player to try this new racquet! It makes you feel you got a solid reliable friend on the
From: Jeroen, 2/14