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Eagnas Challenger 1 vs Target Prestige 8000

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by taber, Jan 29, 2006.

  1. taber

    taber Regular Member

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    http://www.eagnas.com/chaln1.html

    Have anyone tried it? I have absolutely NO clue wheither its good or not, but I don't have many choices in DK.

    [​IMG] The price is about 2800 DKr

    Or perhaps this one? It says its a Badminton only machine.

    [​IMG] Price is 3000 Dkr

    or

    Target Prestige Gen 8000 Gen 2
    [​IMG] Price is 3000 Dkr
     
    #1 taber, Jan 29, 2006
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  2. J_M_V

    J_M_V Regular Member

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    Hmm, Eagnas Challenger I looks exactly like Pro's Pro Challenger I (well, the name would suggest that too :rolleyes: ), which I was asking about in a separate thread. Thanks for digging this out Taber, Eagnas seems to be so much more popular globally that I'm sure there's some reviews somewhere on it. Just have to start browsing now...
     
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    This one is same as Eagnas ST-200 or Yonex ST-200 is good for you if you play badminton only. Crank machine is faster them drop weight.
     
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  4. taber

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    Are you sure? I really don't mind spending some time on stringing. I will try to email them about the machines :)
     

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