Custom Made Wise 2086 Switch - Makes Stringing Jobs Easy

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  1. Jay Doh

    Jay Doh Regular Member

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    I bought a “Custom Made Wise 2086 Switch” from the guy who lives in South Korea.
    This item makes the stringing jobs easy, and saves time.
    I love this item, and it should be everyone’s must-have item.
    Very easy to install - You have only to unscrew existing switch and screw new cutomized one.

    The seller’s contact details are as follows:
    Contact: Pilco Kee
    Email: iwiller@naver.com

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    If it were cheap enough I'd certainly buy one, but it's most definitely a "would be nice" rather than a "must have":D.
     
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    This!

    I doubt the guy sells them for peanuts! Plus, I've already got a foot switch. But it'd definitely be nice on my 2nd Wise
     
  4. Jay Doh

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    Sure, it could be. However, it's a "must-have" item for me. :):)
    Have fun !!
     
  5. Jay Doh

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    Hi, Mark. Just contact him for quotation. Yes, it'd be great choice for your machine.
     
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    painful to hear the string bite into each other . . . ouch . . . :rolleyes:
     
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    nice switch.

    not a revolutionary concept, in fact, quite obvious. but the execution is decent.

    but the stringing process is... ouch. side-to-side tensioning of mains and pre-weaving with twisted strings. :(
     
  8. Jay Doh

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    Hi Kwun and Pete,
    I'm not introducing my stringing skills, please be focused on the customized switch itself :mad:.
     
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    Sounds painful

    Bet those strings don't last long. :crying:
     

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