Originally Posted by Lakers4Life
Why stick with Eagnas? If they offered newer base clamps and such, why not, but they don't.
Victor is the General Manager of Eagnas USA, it used to be called Maxline. Most people when they call Eagnas, talk to Victor, an older Chinese (err Taiwanese) fellow with a heavy Chinese accent. Those of us who live in Los Angeles and have gone to the office to pick up products, know it's a small hole in the wall warehouse with a office in the front, with disassembled machines all over the place. It's been rumored that Victor is a close relative of the owner of Lily-Lee the Company that makes Eagnas and other brands. I think they also make Lobster Ball machines.
Then what stringer would you recommend?