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Eagnas Combo 910
Eagnas Combo 910

Evaluations of the Eagnas Combo 910:

MS, July 25, 2007:

   Place of purchase: Eagnas

   Date of purchase: 07/2007

   Warranty: 2 years

   Price: $499

   Equipment:

Upright, six-point suspension mounting system, manual crank spring tensioning system, dual-action swivel clamps

   Experiences:

Delivery took about 10 days, assembling was quite easy with the manual, quality is ok - nor excellent neither poor - for that price, handling is easy, clamps work fine, mounting system is good. So, the machine is ok, but the only reason I didn't return this machine was high costs to do that. Sadly all critisism people say about them is true. My story is this: I ordered Eagnas Combo 910 and they sent me Pro's Pro (!!!!!) which looked just a little bit like Combo 910. The mechanism seemed to be the same, but how can I be sure!? This machine was clearly used, it had scratches and dust all over it. I asked them why they sent me Pro's Pro machine when I paid for Eagnas machine. They answered "they are 100% same machines". Well, I couldn't care less if they were because it's not the point. If I buy a product X, I don't want to get product Y, that's so simple. And they didn't have any proof to show they really are the same machines. Boxes had arfaian.com all over them. To me it seems that this was just an extra machine for them and they wanted to get rid of it. They knew I'm not going to waste my money in returning this machine. Well, I'm just too mad to deal with them anymore, so I have given up. I made a huge mistake when I ordered my machine from them. Lesson is well learnt. I hope you other stringers will be smart enough.


K.A.N, February 15, 2010:

   Place of purchase: Maxline

   Date of purchase: 02/2010

   Warranty: 5 years

   Price: $499

   Equipment:

Upright, 6-point mounting system, crank tensioner, spring-assisted swivel clamps

   Experiences:

I ordered my Combo 910 on February 8, 2010 and received it 5 business days later. The box was in perfect condition with no signs of packaging damage. Opened her up and everything was in new working order. Assembly took about 25 minutes with help from a thorough manual including steps with pictures. The machine is great, I strung my first racquet and it was flawless. The clamps work great and are easy on the hands. The tensioner arrived spot on and everything was just great. The 6-point mounting system is very easy to use and doesn't block any grommet holes. This is my first machine and I would buy this machine again and again.


Gene B., May 9, 2010:

   Place of purchase: Maxline

   Date of purchase: 04/2010

   Warranty: 5 years

   Price: $499

   Equipment:

Upright, 6-point mounting system, manual spring tensioner, dual-action stainless steel clamps with spring adjustable base

   Experiences:

Shipping 7 days. Easy to assemble. Manual is good. Clamps are good but the base had to loosen up a bit. The machine had some scratches, but you can't match the quality and features for the price. No real issues. One of the mounting supports doesn't spring back when you loosen it, but it seems to be loosening up. This is the best value I have ever seen in a professional class machine. It is very solid and dependable. It compares well to machines priced twice as much. I have owned an Ektelon Model H and a Prince P-200. It is easier to mount with the Eagnas as special adapters are not necessary. The additional mounting points are necessary due to how the 6 and 12 o'clock mounting points are designed.


Matthew M., May 9, 2010:

   Place of purchase: Maxline

   Date of purchase: 05/2010

   Warranty: N/A

   Price: $500

   Equipment:

Upright, 6-point mounting system, manual spring tensioner, dual-action stainless steel clamps with spring adjustable base, table brake

   Experiences:

5 day delivery to MA, easy assembly took 45 minutes, included user manual very helpful and easy to understand.
Stainless spring assisted fixed swivel clamps work beautifully, machine handles smoothly.
No problems with missing parts, all was well packaged with free 660 ft 16 pt synthetic gut & 40 ft. package of 17 pt multi filament included.
No extra parts needed, badminton stringing extra parts included.
Machine replaces a Gamma (ATS) 2 point drop weight which I used as my learning machine.
Got a calibrating tool for extra $15.00. Works well but machine was already factory calibrated.
I strung 4 racquets with machine out of the box, used Eagnas multi, Gosen synthetic gut, & Klip natural gut & different tension settings.
I string my own racquets with natural gut and the Eagnas Combo 910 did a easy and great job with all strings tried.


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