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Eagnas Hawk 40
Eagnas Hawk 40

Evaluations of the Eagnas Hawk 40:

James, May 19, 2003:

   Place of purchase:Maxline

   Date of purchase:03/2003

   Warranty: 5 years

   Price: $209 (now: $239)

   Equipment:

Table top, drop weight, 6 point mounting system, two flying clamps

   Experiences:

This unit is well built but it consistently pulls 7-9lbs more than the setting. Built quality is probably as well as any machine at this price point. Manual is not quite up to par, same with support. If I were to buy a new machine I would probably go with one of the Gamma or LaserFibre machines with a crank system.


Luis Medina, December 22, 2004:

   Place of purchase:Maxline

   Date of purchase:11/2004

   Warranty: 5 years

   Price: $209

   Equipment:

Table top, drop weight, 6 point mounting system, two flying clamps, one diagonal cutter, one needle nose pliers, one tennis awl and one string mover. Included a free Eagnas Perfect Spin Tennis string reel.

   Experiences:

I am a 3.5 player so I was not looking for an expensive stringing machine. After restringing 5 racquets in one week I can say "the machine is OK to me". I don't have a calibrator to tell you if the tension is accurate or not, but I am going to make the necessary adjustment if I feel the racquet is too tight or too loose.
My only complaint is about the shipping: The Drum came with a little problem, I received a different reel of string and they forgot to include the four plastic V-shape side support. Maxline did fix all the problems except the one that I had with the string because I decided not to complain about it (they had the same price). Sending the Drum back to California (from Canada) costed me US$ 15 and Maxline paid the California-Toronto shipment.

Note that the information on this page reflects the personal subjective opinion of the evaluators. If you disagree, please send in your own opinion.