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Old 11-07-2006, 06:06 AM   #8
rod_b
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I have an Eagnas Flex 940 and it has served me well so far. I only chose this because it was a crank and had good features and I live close enough to go knock on the door if I have any issues. However, if you're interested in an electric machine, I would suggest you get one from a company with a reputable customer service dept. Electronics can fail for many reasons...most of which most people cannot fix. Either that or get a cheap, upgradeable machine from Eagnas and upgrade the electronics from another company...like Wise or Gamma.
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