Any news on nes machine from Signum Pro?

#1
On the tennis depot's facebook page they showed a photo of a new stringing machine from Signum … looks decent and the price is pretty low!

anyone have any info?
 
#2
Pics?

Most of the machines I've seen from them in the past looked like rebranded Eagnas/Pro's Pro.
If they came up with something new, I hope it's better than that...
 
#7
The tension head - just like on the other Signum Pro electronic machines - looks like a clone of the Wise. I suspect that the rest of the machine is from a Chinese or Taiwanese stringing machine OEM. At 1399 Euro, other than maybe a bit of minor assembly and/or maybe QC, I can't imagine what they actually do in Germany to add enough value to label it German-made. Anyone know?
 
#8
The tension head - just like on the other Signum Pro electronic machines - looks like a clone of the Wise. I suspect that the rest of the machine is from a Chinese or Taiwanese stringing machine OEM. At 1399 Euro, other than maybe a bit of minor assembly and/or maybe QC, I can't imagine what they actually do in Germany to add enough value to label it German-made. Anyone know?
Very much a clone there is an exact same one listed in the big auction site for a bit less... I would take a pre owned star 5 or sensor over this
However for that price range it is properly priced compared to the Tourna Es-600 or Neos with wise upgrade. It would cost around the same or a bit lesser. I do like the black and copper finish:)
 
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