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lawlitssoo1n 09-12-2008 10:02 PM

Eagnas?!!!!
 
anyone know anything about this?
Eagnas Professional Racket Stringing Machine Combo3800

or this

EAGNAS RACKET STRINGING MACHINE 722E

these are both cheap and electric!

superstition 09-12-2008 10:25 PM

Please do a forum search.

lawlitssoo1n 09-12-2008 10:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by superstition (Post 2710431)
Please do a forum search.

this was no help

Il Mostro 09-12-2008 11:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lawlitssoo1n (Post 2710453)
this was no help

You must be a loon. There is a ****load of Eagnas discussion here.

lawlitssoo1n 09-12-2008 11:48 PM

ok, anyone have experience with the machines?

superstition 09-13-2008 12:43 AM

Searching "Eagnas" for topic name only resulted in 250 results.

Searching for those two models (topic name only) resulted in these:

eagnas combo 3800 machine feedback?
http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showt...ht=eagnas+3800

Clamp Bases Slipping (Eagnas Combo 3800)!
http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showt...ht=eagnas+3800

Review of Eagnas 722e: From purchase to 1st racquet
http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showt...ht=eagnas+722e

Eagnas 722e
http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showt...ht=eagnas+722e

Eagnas 722e/865
http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showt...ht=eagnas+722e

Review on Eagnas Flex 722e
http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showt...ht=eagnas+722e

If you want to know more, use the search.

WBF 09-13-2008 05:58 AM

Don't buy any Eagnas electronic machines. There are several models of Eagnas that are good; none are electronic (AFAIK).

william7gr 09-13-2008 07:43 AM

Some people here have Eagnas machines and like them but no happy costumers have an electric. Don't get an eagnas electric.

lawlitssoo1n 09-13-2008 10:51 AM

thank you guys, i guess imma just buy a revo 4000

barry 09-13-2008 11:27 AM

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Originally Posted by lawlitssoo1n (Post 2711212)
thank you guys, i guess imma just buy a revo 4000

For the same money you can get a lot more machine with better mounting, a stand, and clamps. Revo is over hyped on this board, mainly by 1st time machine owners. Try a few machines it will become obvious the Revo is an entry level over priced crank machine.

http://www.eagnas.com/plus6500.html or http://www.eagnas.com/comet11.html

The revo has the older style mounting system (6 knobs), and older style 5 point clamps. If you are want a Alpha, look at the Apex!

b0oMeR 09-13-2008 12:24 PM

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Originally Posted by barry (Post 2711315)
For the same money you can get a lot more machine with better mounting, a stand, and clamps. Revo is over hyped on this board, mainly by 1st time machine owners. Try a few machines it will become obvious the Revo is an entry level over priced crank machine.

http://www.eagnas.com/plus6500.html or http://www.eagnas.com/comet11.html

The revo has the older style mounting system (6 knobs), and older style 5 point clamps. If you are want a Alpha, look at the Apex!

The revo is a great machine, worthy of its name and i say it's price. I have very few experience from Eagnas but I know I shouldn't trust them with my money.

barry 09-13-2008 12:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by b0oMeR (Post 2711453)
The revo is a great machine, worthy of its name and i say it's price. I have very few experience from Eagnas but I know I shouldn't trust them with my money.

No offense, but how many machines did you try before purchasing the Revo 4000? I have a lot of experience with Eagnas own 2, and many other manufactures, and have to say I would rate the Revo as average at best. It is an old design, and offers nothing new or special. If you have an opportunity, try the Alpha Apex, it has the newer mounting system and 3 tooth clamps, plus comes with a stand for around $995 or so. The Eagnas 6500 is pretty much the same machine for $595. If you tried the Eagnas, Alpha Apex, and the Revo 4000, you will understand what I am saying. I do a lot of rackets, and absolutely hate the 6 knob mounting system (which I currently have). Like my machine, the revo 4000 is an old obsolete design.

nadalfan! 09-13-2008 12:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by barry (Post 2711487)
No offense, but how many machines did you try before purchasing the Revo 4000? I have a lot of experience with Eagnas own 2, and many other manufactures, and have to say I would rate the Revo as average at best. It is an old design, and offers nothing new or special. If you have an opportunity, try the Alpha Apex, it has the newer mounting system and 3 tooth clamps, plus comes with a stand for around $995 or so. The Eagnas 6500 is pretty much the same machine for $595. If you tried the Eagnas, Alpha Apex, and the Revo 4000, you will understand what I am saying. I do a lot of rackets, and absolutely hate the 6 knob mounting system (which I currently have). Like my machine, the revo 4000 is an old obsolete design.

I totally agree. If you think about getting the revo, just look into some eagnas models in that price range too. For me, the Comet 11 is everything I like to see in a crank. Plus with a wise tension head you get everything for just a little bit over 1k. Just as good as an electronic machine but a much better price. I would suggest the comet 11 as your best option right now because of all it has to offer. It is way much better than the revo for only 50 dollars more. I have had experience with eagnas too!

Mansewerz 09-13-2008 12:52 PM

but, it's a new machine and very few people have experience with the comet 11, so you don't know how reliable it is.

Mansewerz 09-13-2008 01:14 PM

where's the comet 11 page?

superstition 09-13-2008 02:48 PM

http://www.eagnas.com/comet11.html

Mansewerz 09-13-2008 04:20 PM

Hmm, how come I couldn't find that lol.


No offense to comet 11 owners, but the paint scheme on that machine makes it look like a toy (or maybe it's just the lighting)

Also, you get what you pay for. The apex II has a better brake system. Is it worth 400 dollars no, but the comet 11 doesn't seem like a machine I would buy.

lawlitssoo1n 09-13-2008 06:12 PM

hm.... the 6500 looks like a pretty good model!

william7gr 09-13-2008 07:39 PM

the comet 11 seems like a update to the 6500 to make it look more like a apex ll because of the feet.

lawlitssoo1n 09-13-2008 09:12 PM

they both have the same stuff, but the only thing different is the feet
but the comet looks like a toy


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