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Anyone used the Eagnas combo 6010 stringing machine

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by Joycefunk, Dec 10, 2012.

  1. Joycefunk

    Joycefunk Regular Member

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    Hi there,Just wondering if anyone have used the eagnas combo 6010 machine? I cant seem to find many reviews for this machine. Thanks!
     
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    Most Eagnas machines aren't top quality from what I've heard
     
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    That's also what I have heard too. But trying to find a good machine that can do a 0.1 lb accuracy just like the eagnas machine. I also looked at the popular and better quality Gamma machine but they can only do at best 1.1 lb accuracy.
     
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    Even if the Eagnas tensioner's 0.1 lbs accuracy is true (which I doubt), the gross quality of the machine will bring it back down to +/- 5 lbs (exaggerating).

    You're way better off buying a quality machine like a Gamma and have it last a long time and be sure that you'll receive it in a good state than gambling on an Eagnas machine's quality and poor customer service (I'm still waiting on some items that were supposed to be included in my order 2 years ago, sent them emails about it every week for a full year, then said screw it).
     
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    Ok. Thanks for your input. Just curious which eagnas model did you purchase? Did you purchase it a couple years ago?
     
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    It was a ST-250 and was 2 years ago.

    The machine was used when i received it and I had to repair it. The tools (the ones that weren't missing...) that I received were also broken and had to be repaired.
     
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