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Discussion in 'Stringing Techniques / Stringing Machines' started by 16, Apr 30, 2004.

  1. 16

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    what are some good places for buying machines at a decent price?
    looking at crank and electronic machines with good accuracy.
     
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  2. Smashlob

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    I bought mine off of ****, it can potentially save you a lot of money, but you have to make sure that you buy from a reputable seller.

    Atssports carriers a full line of gamma stringers. Tennis-warehouse carriers the classic Neos 1000.
     
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  3. Gaines Hillix

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    16, what price range are you considering?
     
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    not sure yet it depends on the machine, but I probably have (around) 650$ to 1100$ to work with . my main goals in order is 1)accuracy 2)price 3)durability 4) ease of stringing
    thanks
     
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  5. Gaines Hillix

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    16, you have a lot of flexibility in that price range, including machines by Laserfibre, Gamma and Alpha. You may even be able to get a Prince Neos in that price range too. A lot depends on what kinds of features you are looking for? I would recommend an Alpha Axis Pro, Blu-DC or APEX, Gamma's 5003 or 6004 or the Laserfiber ECO or MS200TT in that price range or the Neos 1000 if you want to go up on the high end. I have an Alpha Apex with a Wise electronic tension head.
     
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    thanks ill look into those.
     
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