Microgel Instinct VS Prestige MidPlus

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by pit, May 9, 2008.

  1. pit

    pit New User

    May 9, 2008
    I just need an advice. I'm playing with Head Liquidmetal Instinct at the moment. I'm on good semi-pro level. In the past I had a problem with my elbow, but I lowered the string tension a little bit and the problem occures very rarely now. I'm rather offensive ground-stroke player with long swing. I wanna change a racqet and I'm considering Microgel Instinct but due to my offensive style I'm thinking of upgrading to Microgel Prestige MidPlus (98 sq. in). Do you think I would benefit from changing to Prestige MidPlus, would it improve my gameplay and would it cause any problems with my elbow?
  2. TheRed

    TheRed Professional

    Nov 7, 2004
    only you would know if your play improves. Everything else people would say about improvements to your game is conjecture and BS. As for the elbow, you're unlikely to get elbow problems considering the prestige should be more flexible and better for the elbow.
  3. etd

    etd Rookie

    Aug 5, 2005
    What type of string are you using on your Liquidmetal Instinct? Perhaps a switch to a softer string might help as well.

    If you already play well with your Liquidmetal Instinct, there is no need to change.

    If you do want to switch rackets, it's always best to demo the rackets you're interested in.

    I have the Microgel Instinct and find it to be a great racket. It is very comfortable.
  4. Django

    Django Rookie

    Feb 28, 2004
    Laguna Beach
    I'm a longtime user of multifilament strings, but my MG Instinct is strung up with Head Sonic Pro 17, and it has plenty of bite and power. Forget what you heard about "harsh" poly. This one is very comfortable.
  5. bluegrasser

    bluegrasser Hall of Fame

    Jul 29, 2005
    You'll lose some pop - I had a couple MG Prestiges, but found little pop $ no plow through - so I gave up on them - the LM or fxp is a better choice IMO.
    The Prestige frames are very arm friendly sticks...

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