Prince Pro Beast 750 Squash Racket

Prince Pro Beast 750

Weight: 128 g

Balance: Head heavy – Even (35.0 cm)

Head size: 480 sq cm

String pattern: 14×15

Power: 9.35 Control: 8.75

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Lightweight and maneuverable racket, thanks to the PowerBite string pattern it offers a good power as well and enables you to put a lot of spin or cut on the ball.

Reviews:

In 2014 Prince added two completely new models into their squash rackets lineup – the Pro Beast 750 promoted by Ramy Ashour and Pro Shark 650.

They are very similar to each other, both use the traditional Prince power ring (longer strings with more uniform length) but the main innovation is the PowerBite – both are equipped with a more open string pattern (14×15) which provides greater power, but most importantly increases the spin (or bite) of the ball.

And from user reviews over the internet it is clear the PowerBite really makes a difference – the Beast has a solid power and enables you to cut the ball in really nicely, particularly on drop shots where you are able to force your opponent to cover more ground than normally. Some players also compared it to the Technifibre Carboflex 125 and said that while the Beast has less power, the cut and spin are much better.

Just be aware there will be a bit more string breakage compared to rackets with denser string pattern.

Prince Pro Beast 750

the 2016 version

The second thing that gets mentioned a lot is the racquet’s maneuverability – it is fairly light and the balance is very close to even which creates a fast head speed and makes the Beast 750 PowerBite very effective for an aggressive playing style and volleying. It has also a more natural, less stiff fell than the Prince Rebel or Tour, the only disadvantage players mentioned is that (as other top Prince rackets) it’s a bit fragile.

In 2016, a new color scheme appeared and the racquet is now called TeXtreme Pro Beast PowerBite 750.

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Compared to others:

  Racket Power & Control Weight Head size Balance String pattern Price
Prince Pro Beast 750 Prince Pro Beast 750 Power: 9.35 Control: 8.75 128 g 480 sq cm Head heavy – Even (35.0 cm) 14×15 $ Check here £ Check here
Current lineup:
Prince Pro Rebel 950 Prince Pro Rebel 950 Power: 9.75 Control: 8.5 135 g 464 sq cm Head heavy (37.7 cm) 16×16 $ Check here £ Check here
Prince Pro Black SP 850 Prince Pro Black SP 850 Power: 9.65 Control: 8.65 135 g 464 sq cm Head heavy (37.5 cm) 16×16 $ Check here £ Check here
Prince Pro Tour 850 Prince Pro Tour 850 Power: 9.5 Control: 8.75 142 g 464 sq cm Head heavy (36.7 cm) 16×16 $ Check here £ Check here
Prince Pro Beast 750 Prince Pro Beast 750 Power: 9.35 Control: 8.75 128 g 480 sq cm Head heavy – Even (35.0 cm) 14×15 $ Check here £ Check here
Prince Pro Shark 650 Prince Pro Shark 650 Power: 9.35 Control: 8.75 129 g 480 sq cm Head heavy – Even (35.3 cm) 14×15 $ Check here £ Check here
Prince Pro Sovereign 650 Prince Pro Sovereign 650 Power: 9.25 Control: 8.85 135 g 480 sq cm Slightly head heavy (36.0 mm) 16×17 $ Check here £ Check here
Prince Textreme Pro Warrior 600 Prince Textreme Pro Warrior 600 Power: 9.35 Control: 8.85 129 g 480 sq cm Head heavy – Even (35.3 cm) 16×17 $ Check here £ Check here
Prince Pro Airstick Lite 550 Prince Pro Airstick Lite 550 Power: 9.25 Control: 8.85 130 g 480 sq cm Slightly head heavy (36.0 mm) 16×17 $79.99 £ Check here

 

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