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    Default Stringing Tool deals - FYI

    On the www.Eagnas.com website, there some stringing tool deals. I'm thinking of getting the grommet replacement tool and the string guide/pathfinder tool (makes it easier for you to thread a string into a hole that already has another string going through it).

    anyways, thought I'd pass it on for those that are interested.

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    Beware.
    The pathfinder tool might be too big to be of use for badminton.
    It is probably designed for tennis.
    If in doubt, check with eagnas first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mg27
    On the www.Eagnas.com website, there some stringing tool deals. I'm thinking of getting the grommet replacement tool and the string guide/pathfinder tool (makes it easier for you to thread a string into a hole that already has another string going through it).

    anyways, thought I'd pass it on for those that are interested.

    mg27
    I have both, the first one is great, the second just junk and a string destroyer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Nicholls
    Beware.
    The pathfinder tool might be too big to be of use for badminton.
    It is probably designed for tennis.
    If in doubt, check with eagnas first.

    I agree. Also, if the tool is made with poor quality, the sharp edge will mess up the string, especially thin badminton ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Nicholls
    Beware.
    The pathfinder tool might be too big to be of use for badminton.
    It is probably designed for tennis.
    If in doubt, check with eagnas first.
    I can confirm that the pathfinder is indeed for tennis. I was about to order a starting clamp along with the pathfinder tool when I had a sudden urge to inquire about whether it was for badminton or not. Turns out I got lucky

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