View Full Version : Head Prestige Classic 630 vs Hesd Prestige Tour 660

03-10-2005, 10:40 PM
Does anybody now what is exl. dif. betw. Head Prestige Classic 630 and Head Prestige Tour 660. Which is your favorite and why?

03-10-2005, 10:50 PM
There is no Prestige Classic 630.

03-10-2005, 11:03 PM
Any Prestige 630 vs Prestige Tour 660 :?:

03-10-2005, 11:12 PM
Excl. Head Prestige MidPlus (630 cm2) and Head Prestige Tour with 660 cm2. 630vs660. What is dif.? Sweetp., control, baland etc.?

03-10-2005, 11:19 PM
Still no Prestige 630. ....I hv the prestige classic 600, pro tour 630 and a prestige tour 660. I currently use the modified 660 (13.2 oz) w/ leather grip. I seem to like the balance, flexibility, and the 'suspension handle'. The unmodified 660 is a very low powered racket.

03-10-2005, 11:30 PM
May You look for


Head Prestige Tour 660 (102 = 660 cm2)
Head Prestige Tour ( 93 = 630 cm2)
Head Prestige Classic Midsize ( 93 = 630 cm2)

... :)

Ray Wong
03-11-2005, 12:25 AM
As I know Prestige Pro and Prestige Classic only available with 600cm.sq.(93sq.in.), Prestige Tour available with 600cm.sq. & 660cm.sq.. There are no such Prestige 630.

At early 90's, as I remember Head manufactured 3 head size for their racquet, 600, 660 & 720 cm.sq., like Discovery, Atlantis, Genesis...., in player racquet, Prestige Tour & Graphite Tour had 2 head size 600 & 660.

The frist Head racquet with 630cm.sq. head size is Pro Tour 630, I think it launched around 1993-94, and then was typical Radical Tour 630/690.

I-Prestige is the frist one over 600 & available with 630 in Prestige lineage(except Prestige Tour).

03-11-2005, 07:03 PM
I haven't hit with any of these frames, but the Prestige frame that has specs closest to but different from the Prestige Tour 660 is probably the LM Prestige Midplus (630). There's still a glaring difference--a suspension handle or lack thereof. The LM Prestige Midplus is probably even closer to the Classic Midplus (660). The main difference between the Prestige Tour 660 and Classic Midplus is, again, the suspension handle on one and not the other.

03-11-2005, 11:48 PM
I play w/ both the prestige tour 660 and the classic midplus (660). The stock prestige tour is slightly more flexible, and lighter than the classic midplus (660). Both rackets unmodified r VERY low powered. IMO the stringing set-up is very important. Both of my rackets r now modified to approx, 13.2 oz wt.

03-14-2005, 08:27 AM
Head Prestige Tour 660 (102 = 660 cm2)
Head Prestige Tour ( 93 = 630 cm2)
Head Prestige Classic Midsize ( 93 = 630 cm2)

93=600 cm2