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Duzza
04-07-2006, 08:13 PM
Hi i just recently bought a prestige classic and looking at ur guys pics of them on the throat it says Prestige Classic 600, mine is the same headsize and evrything but does not say 600 with the prestige classic what racquet do i have? lol

tandayu
04-07-2006, 08:59 PM
Hi i just recently bought a prestige classic and looking at ur guys pics of them on the throat it says Prestige Classic 600, mine is the same headsize and evrything but does not say 600 with the prestige classic what racquet do i have? lol

PC600 with slight variation on the printing.

Duzza
04-07-2006, 08:59 PM
but its the same specs and everything?
why did they bother changing it?

Davai
04-07-2006, 09:16 PM
but its the same specs and everything?
why did they bother changing it?

Why does Volkl change the paint on their sticks. Probably someone in the managment, somewhere high up there who can't tell the difference between a baseball and Penn1, decided that if they cut out the "600" they are going to save a whole nickel. And besides "600" or no 600, looks pretty much the same to him, "what does the number denote anyways?!"

ffrpg
04-07-2006, 09:18 PM
what does the number denote anyways.


Head size. 600 cm^2 is about 93 in^2

Davai
04-07-2006, 11:03 PM
Head size. 600 cm^2 is about 93 in^2

Thanks but I know what the number means, I was trying to make it sound as though the CEO didn't know what it stood for. Sigh I guess I failed at making the last point.

tandayu
04-08-2006, 09:03 AM
but its the same specs and everything?
why did they bother changing it?

I was told by somebody very knowledgeable on PC600 on this board, that the "600" usually for euro market, and for USA without "600". It is true, because US got the "Prestige Classic" and "Classic mid", and the first prestige tour 600 was called "Prestige tour 300 trisys system" and later "Prestige tour".

The later TW version has "600" which I do not know why

ffrpg
04-08-2006, 09:32 AM
Thanks but I know what the number means, I was trying to make it sound as though the CEO didn't know what it stood for. Sigh I guess I failed at making the last point.


Hahaha, sorry man. It's kinda hard to sense sarcasm on a messageboard :p