Originally Posted by lostinamerica
I've had an Eagnas Combo 3800 since 2005. It has had only 1 issue. One of my clamp housings stripped. It cost me about $100 to replace. I had no issues with them. I did my work through e-mail.
I've strung probably about 500 rackets. I string for myself and occasionally teach someone to string so it is not seriously heavy duty stringing.
My only complaint about the 3800 was we had to move it to another facility. sucker was heavy! The rotational gripper was interesting, little different than the Gamma 5800.
I tell all my customers they should try the 99s and bring it in for me to string! Crank one out it 15 minutes, love the open pattern!