Midwest Sports complete line of stringing machines are functionally engineered to accommodate the demanding needs of professional stringers. From the fully loaded 8500 Els to the entry level Progression 602, every machine model stays true to the approach for developing functional, affordable, state-of-the-art stringing machines. Midwest Sports maintains a complete inventory of spare parts to minimize down time and delays.
Also includes a free pre-packaged assortment of Gamma strings plus United States Racquet Stringers Association Stringing Tutorial
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**Stringing machines will ship via UPS Ground ONLY**
The shipping charge for this item is $45.00
This item CAN NOT be shipped internationally.
Not available for in store pickup.
Features: Manual spring tension winder (9 to 90 lbs / 4 to 41 kgs) Patented rotational string guide Diamond coated linear string gripper 6-Point Quick Mount System featuring a top-side clamp down system to minimize obstructions that can snag string Universal Steel String Clamps with diamond coating provide adequate clamping pressure for both badminton and tennis, with teeth spacing optimized for all racquet types Quick Action rotating swivel string clamp bases 360 degree turntable rotation with locking brake Large tool tray Height adjustable from 36" to 48" Includes Tools (Pathfinder Awl, Straight Awl, Hex Wrench Set, Straight Pliers and Razor Knife) - Custom cover available separately 5 Year Limited Warranty
Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)
I considered couple of string machines, and this one was stand out.
I have it for three months. It works well for me. 6 points mounting makes it secure and easy to hold a racket.
Tools that come with the stringer are very useful too.
The tension of the stringer was little off, but it is easy to adjust with a string tension calibrator.
It will be a good investment, if you string frequently. With this stringer I save time to trip to/from tennis store, and save a good money. After couple of stringing, I can string a racket in 40~50 min without any rush.