Head YOUTEK IG Ltd. Edition Prestige Midplus Racquets Customer feedback
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Comments: I had been using the Microgel Prestige Pro ever since it came out, and I had been looking to switch to
the 18x20 Midplus. When I saw the paintjob of the Ltd. Edition, I pulled the trigger, and boy, am I glad I did. What I lose in spin, I
gain in pop, especially on my serve. As soon as possible, I'm getting another one.
Comments: I switched from a Babolat Pure Drive to the Head Prestige Ltd. racquet. Right off the bat I noticed how
the head weight increased the power of my groundstrokes and added pop to my serve. The smaller head size gives me more
control with lots of spin. All in all, the look of this racquet definitly makes the product worth the money and rewards you greatly.
Comments: My current racquet is the IG Prestige Pro which has an edge over the the Mid+ in power and spin,
especially on serves. However, the Mid+ is not far behind and feels better when attacking the net due to its maneuverability and
control on volleys. Definitely a serious serve-and-volley or doubles stick. It's hard to pick between these 2 racquets, but the
Mid+ 25th Anniversary Edition is easily the best looking racquet out there!
Comments: I have played with the Prestige in different iterations for many years. I never liked the red color and
always wanted a simple black frame. When I saw this limited edition I had to have it. This stick is so nice looking I hate to play with
it, but with this intimidating black frame, I will. I may buy another just to hang on my wall.
Comments: This racquet might have been worth buying if it was the mid re-issued with original cosmetics. Instead,
they just reissue the 98 with a "limited edition" paint job and expect everybody to buy it. Not to mention, until the last 10 years or
so the 93 has been the more popular and preferred model on tour. My hat is off to Wilson with the Pro Staff 85 and Prince with
Original Graphite Mid to bring these racquets back to the players without the marketing gimmicks and at a fair price.
Comments: I've been using Head since my age group competition days. I'm presently using the IG 93 Mid and IG 98
Pro and love them both. I just ordered the IG Ltd. Edition Prestige Mid+ for the lineage of a great racquet and for the spectacular
history that goes with it. And by the way, the paint job is awesome!
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