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    Default How long does it take...?

    Hi! This is going to be my first time going to restring a racket... Uhm I know what tension i like (By testing from friends rackets) and what string.

    How long does it usually take to do so at a store? When do you usually get the racket back? The next day? Or do they do it on the spot?

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    Next day, unless the stringer is really popular or lazy =p

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    Ok thanks! I doubt the stringer is really popular... Most people have stringers that aren't from a multisports store XD

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    normally you can get it back the next day. in some cases, you can get it back the same day.

    overall, it takes up to 3 hours to do one, depends upon the person's skill, machine, and desire to do it.

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    Ah okay! I just gave it yesterday and got it back strung today so thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxphi5 View Post
    How long does it usually take to do so at a store? When do you usually get the racket back? The next day? Or do they do it on the spot?
    Try looking for the Turbo Stringer next time. He burns through them in 12 minutes so you'll get the racket back right away on the spot. Save on gas, don't need to come back the next day to pick up. Go green, do your part and save the environment.

    Excellent since so many of us love instant noodles!

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    My experience is that it generally takes an individual 30-60 minutes to string the racket. Depending where I get it done, I can get it back in 30 min to a few days depending mostly on if there are people waiting before me and availability of the stringer. From there its just labor time.

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