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Parker512
08-22-2010, 02:28 PM
What are the reviews on this machine heres a link. www.eagnas.com/smart600.html . I read somewhere that dc motors arent as reliable is that true.

barry
08-22-2010, 02:53 PM
A good place to read reviews for machines is at http://www.stringforum.net/mforum.php
Posts are from users who own the machine, must better than I heard or read comments. Hands on experience canít be beat.

Parker512
08-22-2010, 03:01 PM
From the review sounds like a good machine.

jim e
08-22-2010, 03:59 PM
A while back there was a poster here(if you go under search and take a good amount of time it may come up), where that poster actually went to the eagnas warehouse, and he saw # of their electronic machines in a state of dissassembly. As such he did mention the cheap electronical components used and was surprised that components as such were used. He seemed very knowledgable with electronics.
Also I heard that eagnas customer service is less than substandard according to more than a few posters on these boards, (although lately there has been a mixed review). But think of this, usually all electronic components will fail after a while, and how good is this company to be able to send replacement parts to you?
My Pro Master machine had its LCD screen go bad a couple months back. Xtremesportsmachines just asked for a picture of the screen which I e-mailed to them,they then said it was indeed the lcd screen, and in a short order sent a new screen and touch panel to get me back in buisness.Good customer service is important when you need it, as some here may say Eagnas is decent but may have never needed service after the sale.
I also gather from posters here that if you decide to go with eagnas , its best to get manual machines rather than electronic as less to go wrong,less with mechanical failure, therefore less to deal with their cust. service.
Basically it boils down to the old saying that "you get what you pay for".

Good luck with whatever you choose!

Although this article is a couple years old, it still has some good information. http://www.racquetsportsindustry.com/articles/2008/08/2008_guide_to_stringing_machin.html

http://www.racquetsportsindustry.com/issues/200808/200808stringing_machines.html