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Eagnas Flex 722e

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by zuihoujueding, Jun 12, 2007.

  1. zuihoujueding

    zuihoujueding Regular Member

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    Hi guys,
    im new in string and recently bought myself a new Eagnas Flex 722e. So far, i've only assembled the parts together, haven't got time to start stringing my racket yet. Anyone have experience in this machine? I need help in stringing my ast racket.
     
  2. shihman

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    hi, recently i just bought one too. i like the machine so far except that i would definitly get couple more floating clamps if you want to do it right. the two fix clamps are good to start your main and most of your crosses. but they are some what restricted and very time consuming.
     
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    zuihoujueding Regular Member

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    Hi, ya i agree. the rotating clamps seems clumsy but after a few stinging session should speed them them up. damn, they came with tennis clamps so i went to buy 2 HiQua flying clamps as replacement. Hope they work well.
     
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    They have a badminton swivel clamp to replace the tennis one... but it cost 40 dollars each:(.....
     
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    Parts are just too expensive. I wanted badminton fixed clamps for my Gamma machine too, but it costs $90/each :eek: :confused: (Just the string clamp. The clamp base costs $200/each) :crying:

    So I just have to used tennis fixed clamps for mains and flying clamps for crosses.
     
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    thomashek Regular Member

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    that's what I am doing too.... but flying clamps is not that cheap either:mad:.... the one I have is from Yonex, 25 + S/H each. Any other brand is good??
     
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    Gamma has $12/each badminton flying clamp, which (2) came with my machine.

    I believe you can have a Hi-Qua for $20 with free shipping on the auction site.
     
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    that 25$ clamp would last u a long long time. A saving of 5$ or so isn't gonna make much difference over the long haul
     

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