The best Prestige AFTER the 600?

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  1. todot62

    todot62 Rookie

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    I think most (noticed I said most) would agree that one of the best players sticks ever produced was the Prestige Classic, 600, mid or whatever you want to call it.

    But what would be the next most sought after stick in the Prestige line? The i-Prestige, LM, FXP, new MicroGel, or what? If you could not get your hands on a 600, what would be your second choice?

    Tod
     
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  2. Deuce

    Deuce Banned

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    The iPrestige Mid is a fine racquet in its own right.

    The LM Prestige Mid is absolute garbage.

    I haven't hit with the other 2 you mention.
     
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  3. stormholloway

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    I love the i.Prestige and the Microgel. Both are very different in the context of Prestiges, but both great.

    The Classic 600 I have was quite disappointing actually. Had the dead stringbed.
     
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  4. tt2003

    tt2003 New User

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    I just want PC600, why Head does not put a new paint job on PC 600, many people will buy it.
     
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  5. Automatix

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    The i.Prestige IMHO... however I have yet to demo the MicroGEL version...
     
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  6. Ross K

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    How do you know that your stringbed is dead? What are the tell-tale signs? Plus, also, is this quite common, especially with older players frames?
     
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  7. NamRanger

    NamRanger G.O.A.T.

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    18 x 20 in a 93 sq inch head tends to do that kind of thing.
     
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