Head Prestige Tour Racquet Identification

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Admerr, Jul 19, 2010.

  1. Admerr

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    Excuse my ignorance:

    I have a few of the same Head Prestige Classic 600's with the Star Trek font and made in Austria on them. I've had them since I played juniors back in 93-96. I had the grips beefed up a few years ago so I could keep playing them. I keep seeing all of the actual stock names that everyone refers to each model with and I was wondering how I can tell exactly what model I have? All it reads is the suggested string tension and the pattern. There is a sticker still there but it has obviously faded away.

    Any help is appreciated. It's been my racquet of choice throughout the years of playing on an off.
     
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  2. Kirko

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    I played that racket from 1988 to 2007 >>

    it's confusing.
     
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  3. MarrratSafin

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    You wish to know your model's name? It's a Prestige Classic 600 indeed, quite simple! You have the early(93/94) Euro version PC600.
     
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  4. Admerr

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    Simple enough. I knew that name for it, but I was curious if there was a stock model name that I keep seeing for some of the others, eg., PT57A.
     
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  5. Dave M

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    They are the pro room frames, the theory goes that yours are fom a time when we were all special enough to Head to give their customers a quality product for their £150.
     
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  6. Kirko

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    kinda true ! >>

    I bought my 1st PC in 1988 and the guy at the pro shop sold me the demo and never seen a demo like it before all brown no name or nay writing on it and WOW !!! I thing superior to the off the shelf if that was possible.
     
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