If it’s manual, then it’s not “electronical”. Only “electronical” machines are the best based on posts made by TTPS that I have read. He also claims to know everything so he must be right.It's dubbed the "Baiardo Lite." It's mostly manual, no touch screen, height you have to self adjust, etc.
Thanks, just wanted to know. I'm just a senior who got a used NEOS 1000 a few years ago as my first machine and find the stringing machine "wars" interesting. I'll take a look at the Yonex just to see what I am missing. I like reading about the latest greatest in automobile technology but drive a 18 yr old Honda CRVYonex PT8 Deluxe
I have great respect for Honda and Toyota.Thanks, just wanted to know. I'm just a senior who got a used NEOS 1000 a few years ago as my first machine and find the stringing machine "wars" interesting. I'll take a look at the Yonex just to see what I am missing. I like reading about the latest greatest in automobile technology but drive a 18 yr old Honda CRV
The clamps are very good. Normally they fit really close to the frame and holds the string very good.What makes it so good in your opinion?
True, I did have to purchase the badminton kit for my sensor. Thanks for sharing.The clamps are very good. Normally they fit really close to the frame and holds the string very good.
The clamp base and rails are very smooth (not so smooth as tecnifibre!). Very easy to handle them.
The tension unit is very solid, easy to hande and also have a lot of settings.
Also you can move the towers to string Badminton rackets and have the side supports on the right position (not possible on Wilson and Babolat machines).
And a lot more...
String a few rackets on it and you will see the difference.
I guess you can ship them from "you kay" soon as a last resort. Google a bit.Thanks for the replies.
According to the IG page referenced in this thread, this Baiardo is available for purchase now through a dealer. Where would I go to obtain more information regarding that? Curious what the price is. Thanks!
Probably is I would imagine the weight is lower because it is a manual machine instead of automatic leveling, but the machine features should be basically the same.Thanks Irvin.
I am seeking information on the new baiardo as shown in photos above and also the general topic of this thread. May be too early!
Me either. I wouldn't have one solely because of the lack of gravity release. I'm not really clear on the purpose of the lighter machine anyway. Sure it takes some help from my wife or brother in law to put the box with the top in the back of my truck for travel but I can disconnect and put the top in the box my self and the base while heavier is easy to carry if you just pick it up and hold it sort of with the feet wrapped around your waist and the top leaning on a shoulder. I actually believe the Baiardo is a fairly efficient travel machine as is based on ease of disconnect and set up. I take tear it down and pack it up in about 10 mins and put it back together in about 15.I.... Don't understand... the Babolat starting clamp part. Hahah