Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Nosoupforyou, Feb 21, 2004.
just wondering when you guys get these in stock?
Last time i posted the topic they said i think feb 20 or beginning parts of March
Have the official specs for the MP version been released yet? If so, does anyone know them? Thanks
a dutch site
you can at least confirm lm prestiges are on the public market at http://www.tennisdirect.nl/ though not much info can be found. 93" head, 330g unstrung... the same as the i.pre but indicates a possible shift in balance toward more headlight from i.pre's 315mm to 310mm...
I don't know about TW, but the local shop where I live said April 1.
does anyone know the official specs for the LM pres MP?
i just saw on another site that it will have 18x20. is that true? both mid and mp? :?:
They've always had 18x20.
This past weekend I attended a Tennis Demo Days event here in Atlanta and the Head rep had the LM Prestige on hand. He told me they go on sale April 1st.
That said I hit with the midplus lm prestige and it was plush. I had never hit with any Head racquet before this weekend. I was not at all impressed with the LM radical. Seemed to launch and spray balls nearly as frequently as Babolat racquets. But the LM Presitge was plush! A control oriented stick with some extra zip. Felt good on groundies and volleys. I did not hit any serves. I predict it will get rave reviews when it is released. It is a very nice playing stick. I'd like to give it a whirl in a match situation and I may do so when it is released, although I'm not really looking for a new stick.
The most impressive racquet I hit with on the day (and I hit with close to 2 dozen!) was the Price Tour Diablo midplus. I was surprised that I would like a racquet with a 100 head and extra length. Another nice new introduction.
The LM Presitge MP hits like a pillow, way too soft and HL. Hopefully the 93 hits more solid.
I believe the Mid has even more flex then the MP. Anyway, since there was never an answer, i assume the specs of the MP were never released.
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