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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    oh. there is a C7032 which is a replacement of the C7030. a bit larger from the photo.
    Please post info, thanks!

    EDIT: nevermind, saw the image. The mounting system is not as good as the C-7030; the 7032 doesn't have the 12 and 6 lock down.

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    oh. there is a 7031 as well which is a clamp down.

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    posted the pictures of the 3 machines here:

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...nging-Machines

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    Thanks, yes, familiar with the 7031 which is excellent too but Panda believes its for tennis/badminton/squash.
    Panda needs badminton only...7030.

    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    posted the pictures of the 3 machines here:

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...nging-Machines

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Thanks, yes, familiar with the 7031 which is excellent too but Panda believes its for tennis/badminton/squash.
    Panda needs badminton only...7030.
    better give Lei a call to see if he still has stock. he has 2 or 3 of the C7030 in his shop. they have 5 electronic machine there. pretty impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    i was just there today in RacketSupply, they are Victor USA. and they are located in Cupertino, CA.
    That's wierd, Victor USA only has one racquet for sale but RacketSupply has a full line of Victor rackets and machines.

    As for C-7031, which is the same Eagnas Combo 8010, but the Plus 8000 is a better deal at $1295. Too bad the C-7030 is a badminton only machine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CovinaStringer View Post
    That's wierd, Victor USA only has one racquet for sale but RacketSupply has a full line of Victor rackets and machines.
    As for C-7031, which is the same Eagnas Combo 8010, but the Plus 8000 is a better deal at $1295. Too bad the C-7030 is a badminton only machine.
    why weird ? Victor USA may be only as representative while RacketSupply would be distributor, and RacketSupply shall be getting all Victor line from Victor USA, I believe .... this is a very common in the logistic-chain.

    And 7031 is totally different with Combo-8010 I've seen in before.
    Eagnas also has copy of 7030 : http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_t45ShSmB3s...00/ST-1000.JPG
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    Quote Originally Posted by maa2003 View Post
    why weird ? Victor USA may be only as representative while RacketSupply would be distributor, and RacketSupply shall be getting all Victor line from Victor USA, I believe .... this is a very common in the logistic-chain.

    And 7031 is totally different with Combo-8010 I've seen in before.
    Eagnas also has copy of 7030 :
    But the point that kwun was saying was that Racket Supply and VictorUSA was one in the same, but the both websites offerings are much different and limited.


    Eagnas Combo 8010 ($1645 USD)


    Eagnas Plus 8000 (same tensioner, different turntable), $1295
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    Here is what I think the Victor C-7030 resembles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CovinaStringer View Post
    As for C-7031, which is the same Eagnas Combo 8010, but the Plus 8000 is a better deal at $1295. Too bad the C-7030 is a badminton only machine.
    Not the same thing. Similar yes but definitely not the same. Though good for the money, the Eagnas machines do not have the quality nor fit and finish of the Victor machines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CovinaStringer View Post
    Here is what I think the Victor C-7030 resembles.
    Xtreme Sports Machines RX-V2
    Side note: the Victor C-7030, ExThree AM-600 and Gosen GM660 are basically the same machines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Side note: the Victor C-7030, ExThree AM-600 and Gosen GM660 are basically the same machines.
    Different brands, same manufacturer (OEM). Like Eagnas is a brand but not necessarily the manufacturer. Like some cars are produce on the same production line as other brands, but not necessarily the same brand as the plant producing it.

    As the Zohan saying goes, "SONY GUTS".

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    Quote Originally Posted by CovinaStringer View Post
    Different brands, same manufacturer (OEM). Like Eagnas is a brand but not necessarily the manufacturer. Like some cars are produce on the same production line as other brands, but not necessarily the same brand as the plant producing it.

    As the Zohan saying goes, "SONY GUTS".
    if you compare the photos closely, you will find that they might share some similar designs, but not the same machine. so i too think the Eagnas is not OEM, but instead an attempt to copy. kinda like fake rackets.

    while the Victor/Exthree/Gosen are OEMs. as i was told by Victor, Exthree is the OEM.




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    Quote Originally Posted by CovinaStringer View Post
    But the point that kwun was saying was that Racket Supply and VictorUSA was one in the same, but the both websites offerings are much different and limited.
    actually, not sure what the deal is. AFAIK, they are the same. probably just out of date website? i visit RacketSupply quite often as Brandon goes to somewhere closeby for a weekend class. i will ask the owner next time to clarify.

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    I agree it's not the same machine, in fact I've never seen that model Eagnas before. I agree it's a poor attempt to copy the Victor or Exthree. design. Tough I don't think Victor contracts Exthree to make all of their machines. The C-7031 looks like the Eagnas Combo 8010, which also resembles the Prince 4000, Wilson String Team Machine, SAM Pro-Master, and a list of others, with different turntables. I think the Xtreme Sports Machine RX-V2 is made by Exthree, which look more like the C-7030 with a bigger turntable for Tennis.

    BTW I think the last 10 posts digressed from the real theme of the topic. I think they shoud be moved to: http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...nging-Machines
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    Just wanted to post a pic of my Silent Partner Crump (great machine) and the wise head I just got yesterday.

    I've only had a chance to string 1 racket with it, a victor SW35, but it was great. You can really see the wise head make adjustments to even the smallest movement of the turntable. I'm a bit slower with it compared to the crank right now but expect that to change once I get used to it. I also got the foot pedal with it and will be getting a splitter to use either the foot pedal or gripper switch (sometimes the foot pedal is just easier).Name:  DSCF1740.JPG
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    i also started experimenting with the foot pedal. i find that it is more useful when standing up.

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