Originally Posted by WhiteSox05CA
Which Eagnas is most accurate at tensioning? That's my top priority, consistent tension, and then ease of stringing.
My personal opinion is that you get what you pay for when it comes to the electronic stuff. While I'm happy with my Flex 940, I don't think I'd by an electronic machine from Eagnas. Drop weights are all basically the same design and theory so I can't imagine it could be way off. As far as accuracy, my crank was about 1lb off when I tested it against a digital fishing scale and a standard style tension calibrator. I'm probably getting a Wise 2086 when I get past Christmas.