2 paint-job Head Microgel Prestige Pros, 4 5/8 grip size

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  1. ssjadway

    ssjadway New User

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    These were demos which were painted in an auto bodyshop. One is in 9/10 condition but the other has some paint-chips - which I haven't had the time to touch up - probably 7.5-8/10 condition.

    Strung with Babolat Tonic Ball Feel natural gut on mains, and Xcel premium on crosses a few months ago and strings are just beginning to fray a little.

    $180 shipped and paypalled within North America for both.

    Pics are at:http://picasaweb.google.com/hjadwani/UPDATEDPJPIX?authkey=U-EaE_i6sW8#5276323647912378546, but those pics show fresher strings.

    If interested please call at 905-230-2750 or email at hjadwani@gmail.com.

    Probably 4-5 grams heavier than the non PJ version, as the paint added some weight.
     
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  2. deltad

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    they can't even afford to put a full size grip on it? talk about cheap...

    how do we know these are MG prestige if it's painted?
     
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  3. Tennisguy777

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    So true! Could be anything!
     
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  4. ssjadway

    ssjadway New User

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    PJ Microgels

    Well, you will have to trust me.....

    As for the size of the grip, that is Head's problem I suppose.........
     
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  5. tennisguyak

    tennisguyak Semi-Pro

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    Some people do that if they hit with a one handed backhand. They can just use half the grip b/c thats all they need.
     
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  6. deltad

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    well, he said it's a "demo" racquet... so shouldn't it be for all style of players?

    trust is costly these days, as I found out. Goodluck buddy,

    -D
     
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