Prestige Classic Tour ONE LEFT @TW NOW

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  1. hyogen

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    I just got one--it said 2 stock. now there's 1. ;)

    I hear this (reissue of the original) plays like the original...

    anyone want to tell me I'm dumb for buying it? :x

    (this used to be sold out)
     
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  2. bagung

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    where is it......?
    i cannot find it?
     
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  3. Ross K

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    hyogen,

    I certainy don't think you'd be dumb for buying it. I considered buying this myself and undertook some research on it. As far as I'm aware, like a fair few of those Head frames of around that period, the Classic Tour is an exceptional frame.

    BTW, maybe post your query in 'Head Legends'?
     
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  4. hyogen

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    www.tennis-warehouse.com

    click on HEAD in the racquet section.

    Scroll down to where you find the Prestige Classic Tour.

    There you go. Still 1 left!

    let me know if you can't see it still...

    here you go: http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpage.html?PCODE=HC

    click add to cart! you'll see that there is one left.

    By the way, I would definitely buy this last one too if I could afford it :(
     
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  5. MichaelChang

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    I guess this is the Prestige 660, I wish the head size is 600 or 630.

    and it is sold out now. lol.
     
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  6. jasoncho92

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    I already have one lol. That was the first racket i bought off of TW
     
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  7. daddy.dirtsurfer

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    Don't want OS one. Like Mid one better.
     
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  8. MichaelChang

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    102 is a midplus, not OS. though it is the "biggest" midplus. lol.
     
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  9. Head-Strong

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    I have one (2) of those. It may not be a true prestige, but i am a flip-flopper between Prestige and Radicals.
    To me the PC660 is more like Org. (real Org) Agassi Radical bumblebee racquet.
    I love(d) that stick and decited instead of getting more when the limited edition came out for $180 i just got the 2 * 102 inch version of it (STILL MADE IN EUROPE TOO) for the same price in nicer color too!
    if you look at the specs IT'S ALMOST IDENTICAL to org. Agassi Radical only in 102 (which i liked more too!!!!)

    I own LM prestige and I.Prestige both in MP and this PC660 plays nothing like true prestige. PC660 has more power even though it;s L7 rated and prestiges are L6 rated..... go figure.....

    in any event for $90 it's a steal. especially since i am no-where near good enough to play with PC600. I am much better with PT630/prestige MP type of frames. I still use PC660 alot with the agassi frames for doubles!!!

    For singles it's all radical MP/Prestige PL zone
     
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  10. tbini87

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    i own one of these sticks. i like it, it is a pretty nice stick!
     
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  11. robby c

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    I played with these in mid 90's when they were called Trysis 300. Great performance stick. Had a cool detail on grip pallet. A "V" that let you tuck the end of your replacement grip to get it started. I wish all racquets came with this feature.
    Robby C
     
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  12. In)SpiRe

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    Heh, sold out now.
     
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  13. hyogen

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    yeah they sold the last one about 2-3 hours after i made the post.
     
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  14. hyogen

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    I just got it:
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  17. meowmix

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    Damn... if my parents let me buy a racket 2 weeks ago...

    Hey, nice new racket!
     
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  18. keithchircop

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    A beauty, mate.
     
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  19. tandayu

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    TW has sold out, but one seller still selling new ones on the auction site, with complete grip size selection
     
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  20. hyogen

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    yeah...but for like $130 though + shipping I think.

    I am not sure if i Like it enough for me to buy another one...may even sell mine.

    Love the feel--but a little too heavy of a swingweight for me I think.
     
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  21. tandayu

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    I also think the swingweight of the Classic mid MP is high in comparison with the PC600. The MP is also too stiff and too powerful for me in term of control.

    Keep looking on the auction site for TXM, or Prestige master or Graphite Master, which has 19mm beam in 660 size.
     
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