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Spotted: Prince Pro Beast 750 Squash Racket

This guy is called the Prince Pro Beast 750. It looks like Ramy Ashour may be playing with this soon.

Prince Pro Beast 750 Squash Racket
Image via princerackets.co.nz

A couple stores have listed this racket listed as “used by Ramy Ashour”. See nakiracquets.co.nz, for example. Thanks to Rick Young for the tip.

PDH Sports have also got some pictures up on their Google Plus page, and they too say this will be Ramy’s new racket.

Image via PDH Sports

Image via PDH Sports

Update: here’s a review from Paul at PDH:

Paul says this should be available in April 2014. The specs are:

Weight: Light (128 grams)
Balance: Even (35.3 cm)

He says the “balance is great” and he’s “able to cut the ball in really nicely”.

Filed under: Squash Rackets > Prince Squash Rackets

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  • Ben February 18, 2014, 7:08 pm

    Hi everyone, there is a new prince range coming out in April. There is another one called the prince sp black 950 which i might get, it is meant to be very powerful, i think that is what the 950stands for (power level.)

    • Pierre Bastien February 19, 2014, 11:51 am

      Hi Ben I am hearing that SP Black is the latest iteration of the Prince Speedport Black.

  • Mike February 25, 2014, 12:12 pm

    Hi, I am very tempted to buy Prince, but I have seen some comments about them breaking too easy? Is this true, or has Prince resolved this? Thanks

    • Pierre Bastien February 26, 2014, 11:23 am

      Hi Mike I haven’t heard any complaints about Prince racket being especially prone to breakage.

  • Snelly February 28, 2014, 9:46 am

    I would argue that Prince rackets are the least robust of all that I have used. The Dunlop Biomimetics are fragile too. If you want a strong racket, Tecnifibre is the way to go.

    The 03 Black is a lovely racket though, just make sure you don’t tap it on the wall..

    • Pierre Bastien February 28, 2014, 4:41 pm

      Ha! Thanks Snelly

  • Lewis B March 2, 2014, 9:33 am

    I have been playing squash for over 20 years and I use Prince rackets because I consider them to be the best on the market for playing with. However I have broken countless different models. Most break very easily. The airstick 130 seems to be the most durable in my opinion / exerience.

    • Pierre Bastien March 3, 2014, 10:59 am

      Thanks Lewis

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