Prince has always produced rackets of quality, and I'm speaking from experience here. Prior to this, I've had the chance to get my hands on two other Prince badminton rackets - the OS Black and the Black Pearl XP - both of which are very well suited to the average shuttler.
But that's just it. Prince caters to serve as a very well-made racket that will fit all kinds of players. While the control and strength are excellent, I do see their rackets missing the extra push when it comes to going beyond good and into being a great piece of sport engineering.
Take the Prince Triple Threat 2700 for example. While it's performed well on all fronts in terms of control (in fact it felt great when I was taking on a slower game of singles today), there was just something missing in the hits that caused me to trade out the racket for the other one I brought.
And when I find out what that missing element is, I'll be sure to write a review for the lovely looking racket.