Help identifying this Prestige Classic 600

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  1. jaydog23

    jaydog23 Rookie

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    I haven't seen this before. The only other "MADE in Austria" Prestige Classics I've seen have had "600" after the name. Does that mean that this is the American version of the original? Thanks.


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  2. vsbabolat

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    Yes, that is the US Market labeling for the Prestige Classic 600.
     
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  3. jaydog23

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    As far as you know, is that one above same as those with 600 trek font made in austria?
     
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  4. vsbabolat

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    It is the exact same racquet.
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  5. EL_Bombadero

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    i have a similiar problem with one of my prestige classics. It looks exactely like the first one in the picture above, the font says "classic mid".
    On the throat is written "designed in austria", but on the side there is a small sticker "made in austria".
    Can someone help me, whether the racket is only designed or really made in austria?
     
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  6. vsbabolat

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    Yes, it was really made in Austria.
     
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  7. EL_Bombadero

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    Are you sure? Very confusing...why do they first print designed on it and then put a small sticker with made on...these austrians...
     
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  8. vsbabolat

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    I'm 100% positive. I've been using these sticks since they came out. I have every variance in labeling. The Prestige Classic was only made in one place in Kennelbach, Austria.
     
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