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Holabird Sports


Eagnas Hawk 10
Eagnas Hawk 10

Evaluations of the Eagnas Hawk 10:

Tennis Player, July 30, 2002:

   Place of purchase: Holabird Sports

   Date of purchase: 07/2002

   Warranty: N/A

   Price: $105

   Equipment:

Table top, drop weight, two point mounting system, two flying clamps

   Experiences:

I had been breaking rackets every two or three times I played which was about twice every week and a half. I decided that it was getting too expensive so I would buy a stringer. However, I had a very small budget and could only afford the cheapest machine on the market.
From day one I had problems with it. I could not get the drop weight to tension and the Cam string gripper would strip the string and make divets every time I put it in. I decided that I would send it back and bring my rackets until I had enough money to buy a better stringer.
If you are looking for a cheap drop weight system I do not suggest the Hawk 10, instead you should go for the Klippermate, it had great reviews.


Joe Chen, September 19, 2003:

   Place of purchase: Eagnas

   Date of purchase:07/2002

   Warranty: 5 years

   Price: $89

   Equipment:

Table top, drop weight, two point mounting system, two flying clamps

   Experiences:

Cheap machine, cheap quality. I broke expensive strings 3 times, only when I used cheap synthetic gut string it did not break. Every time the string gets flattened when I pull (string shape changed, not round any more). Flying camp broke when I used it last time, Maxline did mention to send back the receipt and broken parts, they will replace a new one within 5 years warranty. You need to use a glove, otherwise your hand hurts when you pull the string. I will not recommend this machine, even it is the cheapest one.


Daniel Liu, July 7, 2005:

   Place of purchase: Los Angeles

   Date of purchase: 06/2005

   Warranty: 5 years

   Price: $117

   Equipment:

Table top, drop weight, two point mounting system, two flying clamps

   Experiences:

Had bad experience for Hawk 10, could not assemble the machine after receiving it. Part 25 got off from drum, also string was missing. Tool not working properly. Called Eagnas many times, they let me email them, and email them, they let me email the pictures, I emailed pictures to them, no reply. Tired of wasting too much time, will return the machine to them for refund.

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