HEAD TGT292.1

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  1. vsbabolat

    vsbabolat G.O.A.T.

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    Hi TW, since HEAD won’t do a reissue of the Prestige Classic 600 is there any way we can ask really nicely for the TGT292.1 that HEAD is manufacturing for their Touring Pro’s and retired Touring Pro’s in the beautiful glossy Touch Prestige paint job? The TGT292.1 is the closet racquet being manufactured today to the much loved Prestige Classic and would fill the niche properly to what the loyal HEAD fans have been asking for.
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  2. TW Staff

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    vsbabolat,

    I can definitely pass along your feedback!

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    Brittany, TW
     
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    Thank you, Brittany!
     
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    It would be good to have such a classic frame in the offer – even if expensive. Somehow Wilson and Prince can offer their legendary frames. It is hard to understand how the tribute to company's own legacy could do a harm to its marketing budget, financial results or sales results of current frames. Oh, come on!
     
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    16x19 version for me! :)
     
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  7. vsbabolat

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    Thanks! If they can make them for the Pro’s there’s no reason not to sell them. They can do a direct to consumer through their own website or do limited release once a year to retailers like TW. There is market for these racquets and other Pro Stock racquets. I love the glossy paint so much more than what they are putting on the retail racquets too.
     
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  8. gino

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    we've all talked about it to the point of exhaustion, but let's reiterate the fact, there is a market!!!!!!
     
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  9. vsbabolat

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    I agree. It’s the industry to lie about racquets, their performance, and who uses them.
     
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    I take it that it is Made in Austria?
     
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  11. vsbabolat

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    No, China
     
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