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Old 03-27-2013, 04:37 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by kkm View Post
The Tecnifibre machines are built well. Compared to the Baiardo, Yonex, and Babolat machines, Tecnifibre machines are a bit awkward to string on. The mounting is sturdy, but the k side supports get in the way. The clamps take real effort to open and close. The button to activate the tension head is not on the puller; instead it is on the base of the machine.
Totally agree, ... and their clamps aren't on the same level as Wilson or Babolat.
Having that said. I have never heard of a broken down Tecnifibre machine!
Babolat can learn something from that.
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