Different PT57e Variations

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  1. cork_screw

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    Hey there's a few different variations of pt57e's. Just wanted to know the difference between them. Here are a few in mind, if anymore feel free to add.

    h22057e1n

    h22057e2p
     
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  2. NLBwell

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    Sounds like a quiz. I guess I failed.
     
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  3. treblings

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    isn´t h22 a wilson code? do you own the actual racquets and can you post pics, please?
     
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  4. basso

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    H22057E1N - retail i.prestige mp, last year production

    H22057E2P - pro stock PT57E
     
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  5. cork_screw

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    Thank you very much.
     
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  6. cork_screw

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    I just bought one. But looked on the internet and saw another with a different code. I'm writing this basically because I had one a while back that I regrettably sold, and I am trying to find a replacement for that one. For some reason when I played with the FXP PT57e, it felt completely different than when I played with the LM version. The LM had way more pocketing, felt softer, had more flex and just played with more ease. I didn't know that there were other variations of pt57e's until after I sold it and started to do some research. I wish I had it back so I could see what code it had just to know for sure.
     
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  7. treblings

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    interesting, thanks. is the last year production the one with the bad paint job?
     
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  8. basso

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    it was the first line i.prestige's - mp and mid, with "rubber" paint

    all i.prestige's were made in Austria,
    the last year rackets were finished in Czech Republic ,

    the first line of LM prestige's was also made in Austria/finished in Czech Rep.,
    they have a grey buttcap with silver logo and have also the label code inside,
    if i remember correctly - H220179.N1
     
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