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Eagnas Professional Racquet Stringing Machine

Model Number: Flex 940

Special Price : $789.00 $699.00 only US$599.00 Free String Plus String & Other Deal

Free String ($65 value) and stringing tools

Plus Accessories, Ball Pickers, Grips and Strings Deal

When you purchase any model of Eagnas stringing machine, you can have the factory direct prices for the accessories, ball pickers, grips and reels of strings:
There is no quantity limitation. You can purchase as many as you like.

Eagnas Professional Stringing Machine - Flex 940

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Features:

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Other brands' compatible models:

Model Price Six-point, suspension mounting system 4 independently adjustable mounting arms Shoulder supports 2 tennis swivel clamps 2 swivel clamp bases Turntable brake Step by step illustrated stringing tutorial guide Status
Alpha Sports:
Axis
$789.00 Yes Yes 4 half V-shaped Stainless steel thumb-adjustable ConeLock Screw brake system No Discontinued
Alpha Sports:
Axis Pro
$799.00 Yes Yes 4 half V-shaped Stainless steel thumb-adjustable Spring assisted Disc brake system No  
Mutual Power:
Titan 7600
  Yes Yes 4 K-shaped Aluminum thumb-adjustable (SC-201) ConeLock Screw brake system No Copy Eagnas Smart 909, copy Eagnas PN-1008 aluminum clamp.
Discontinued
Eagnas:
Flex 940
$789.00
$699.00
$599.00
Yes Yes, heavy-duty 4 K-shaped Slim stainless steel thumb-adjustable (PN-1017) ConeLock Easy disc brake system Yes  

Flex 940 detailed comparison chart:

Model Eagnas:
Flex 940
Alpha Sports:
Axis
Alpha Sports:
Axis Pro
Mutual Power:
Titan 7600
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Price $789.00 $699.00 only $599.00 $789.00 $799.00  
Six-point, suspension mounting system

Yes
Yes Yes Yes
4 independently adjustable mounting arms

Heavy-duty
Yes Yes Yes
Shoulder supports



4 K-shaped shoulder supports


4 half V-shaped


4 half V-shaped
4 K-shaped
2 padded head and throat mounting posts



Yes
Yes Yes Yes
2 swivel clamps


Tennis and badminton slim stainless steel thumb-adjustable (PN-1017)
Stainless steel thumb-adjustable Stainless steel thumb-adjustable

Aluminum thumb-adjustable (SC-201)
2 swivel clamp bases


ConeLock
ConeLock Spring assisted ConeLock
360 degree swivel turntable With 2 stainless steel tracks Without 2 stainless steel tracks With 2 stainless steel tracks With 2 stainless steel tracks
Turntable brake

Easy disc brake system
Screw brake system Disc brake system
Screw brake system
Tension head track arm
Yes
Yes Yes
No disc brake system
Manual crank tension head



Yes
Yes Yes Yes
Tool tray
Metal
Plastic Metal Metal
Reel holder
Yes
No No Yes
Machine base

Metal
Plastic Metal Metal,
H-shaped
Stringing tools 1 DP-507 diagonal cutter,
1 NP-500 needle nose pliers,
1 BS-809 tennis awl, and
1 PN-3092 string mover
    1 awl and
1 needle nose pliers
Step by step illustrated stringing tutorial guide Yes No No No
Status Much cheaper than the other importer.     Copy Eagnas Smart 909, copy Eagnas PN-1008 aluminum clamp.
Discontinued
  1. What is the main difference between the Flex 920 and Flex 940 machines?
  2. What is the main difference between the PN-1002 and PN-1012 clamps?
  3. The Mutual Power Titan 6700 clone history:
  4. The Mutual Power aluminum swivel clamp SC-201 clone history:
  5. Who manufactures stringing machines for Mutual Power?
  6. Where did Mutual Power attain information provided on their website?

  1. What is the main difference between the Flex 920 and Flex 940 machines?

    The Flex 940 has the X-shaped machine base, disc brake, and the stainless steel turntable with two tracks mounted on the turntable. The Flex 920 only has the H-shaped machine base, screw brake system and the stainless steel turntable, but it does not have two tracks mounted on the turntable.

    Model Eagnas Flex 920
    Eagnas Flex 940
    Turntable No stainless steel tracks
    With 2 stainless steel tracks
    Turntable brake Screw brake system
    Easy Disc brake system
    Machine base H-shaped
    X-shaped

  2. What is the main difference between the PN-1002 and PN-1012 clamps?

    The PN-1012 is the latest clamp. It has the slim profile design and three teeth with extra large gripping surface. The contact surface of the PN-1012 is larger than the PN-1002. Therefore, the PN-1012 has the better gripping contact.

    Model PN-1002
    PN-1012
    Slim profile design No Yes
    Gripping surface Five small teeth
    small contact surface
    Three large teeth
    extra large contact surface
    Height lower Higher

  3. The Mutual Power Titan 7600 clone history:

    In February 2002 the Mutual Power's supplier (Xpider Co.) copied the stand and mounting system of the Eagnas Smart 909, then copy the turntable and swivel clamp bases of the Eagnas GA to create the Hercules 630F model. In 2004 the Hercules 630F was downgraded to Hercules 630. The Hercules 630 only has the screw brake system. In 2006 the Hercules 630 was changed to the Titan 7600. The Titan 7600 still only has the screw brake system. (Click on picture or model number to view larger image.)

    Eagnas GAEagnas Smart 909Eagnas Flex 940 Mutual Power Hercules 630F Mutual Power Hercules 630 Mutual Power Titan 7600
    19982002
    Price: $589.00
    Disc brake system

    May 2002
    Price: $799.00
    Copy Smart 909: stand & mounting system,
    copy GA: turntable & swivel clamp bases,
    copy PN-1008 clamp

    2004

    Downgraded to
    Screw brake system

    2006

    Downgraded to
    Screw brake system


  4. The Mutual Power aluminum swivel clamp SC-201 clone history:

    In May 2000 the Mutual Power's supplier (Xpider Co.) copied Eagnas PN-1008 aluminum swivel clamp design. Use the Eagnas PN-1008 aluminum top and bottom parts. Use the Eagnas PN-1008 steel post. Add the steel handle and metal thumbknob. But Mutual Power indicates it is a stainless steel clamp to mislead the viewers.

    1997
    Eagnas PN-1008
    Price: $49.95
    May 2000
    Mutual Power SC-201
    Price: $69.95

  5. Who manufactures stringing machines for Mutual Power?

    In May 2000 an ex-employee of the stringing machine factory (Lily-Lee & Co., Ltd.) began to copy Eagnas Hawk and Hyper series machines. This startup company copied Eagnas Smart series machines in February 2002.

    The Pegasus USA, Inc. was established in 2002. In May 2002 this company began to import the stringing machines from the "Xpider Co" company, and marketed the stringing machines under the trademark "Mutual Power".

  6. Where did Mutual Power attain information provided on their website?

    In May 2002 the Mutual Power copied the Eagans's logo statement and the Terms and Conditions statement from the maxline's website. We are pleased that Mutual Power thought of us as a source of reliable information.

    Website Eagnas   Mutual Power Status
    Main page

    Dedicated To Technical Excellence.
    Committed To Quality & Performance.

    Mutual Power commit the technical excellence for quality and performance. Copy Eagnas logo statement
    Order page 3. Minimum Order

    We accept small orders, and we do not charge small order processing fee.

    3. Order Quantity

    We accept small orders.

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    Order page 4. Sales Tax

    California residents need to add the sales tax. There is no sales tax for international order and out of state order.

    4. Sales Tax

    Texas resident needs to add 8.25% the sales tax, there is no sales tax for out of state of Texas or international order.

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    Order page 5. Method of Payment

    We accept cashier's check, money order, Visa, Mastercard, Discover card and American Express. No charge will be made to credit cards until the product ship's. No surcharge for credit cards. Within the United States, you can send a personal check or pay by C.O.D. Products will not ship until personal check clears the bank. All C.O.D. orders will have a service fee of $6.00 imposed by UPS. C.O.D. orders must be paid by cashier’s check or money order (no personal check and cash). Prepaid orders must include the shipping cost. Shipping cost will be quoted at time of order. If you would like use credit card, please provide us with the credit card number and the expiration date of the credit card.

    6. Method of Payment

    We accept cashier check, money order and credit card (Visa, Master and American Express). C.O.D. only accept cashier's check, money order. No charge will be made to credit cards until the product ship and no surcharge for credit cards. When using credit card, please provide us with the credit card number and the expiration date. Personal check is also accepted within the United States, products will not ship until personal check clear in the bank. All order charges will include both goods and shipping & handling charges.

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    Order page 8. Returns

    Return authorization numbers must be requested before acceptance. Unauthorized returns are refused and returned at customer’s expense. All returns must be made within 30 days of invoice date. Merchandise returned will be subject to a 15% restocking fee unless defective. We reserve the right to inspect for misuse and to determine whether repair, replacement or adjustment is necessary. Merchandise must be returned in original packing and in resaleable condition. All products returned must: be 100% complete, contain all original boxes and packing materials, contain all manuals and other accessories. The customer pays all shipping charges. Original shipping charges are not refunded on returned items. Customer is responsible for all shipping charges back to MAXLINE on returned items. When we receive products back, we inspect them carefully, then immediately credit your charge card or send a refund check.

    7. Returns

    Return authorization numbers must be requested before acceptance. Unauthorized returns are refused and returned at customer's expense.  All returns must be made within 14 days of invoice date. Merchandise returned will be subject to a 15% restocking fee unless defective. We reserve the right to inspect for misuse and determine whether repair replacement or adjustments are necessary.  Merchandise must be returned in its original packing and in resale condition. All products returned must be 100% completed, contain all original boxes and packing materials, all manuals and other accessories. The customer pays all shipping charges. Original shipping charges are not refunded on returned items. Customer is responsible for all shipping charges back to PEGASUS on returned items. When we receive products back, we inspect them carefully, then immediately credit your charge card or send a refund check.

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    Order page 9. Shortage and Damage

    Please inspect each shipment upon receipt of merchandise. Note any discrepancies or damage. Call us immediately about any shortages. All claims must be made with our office within 7 days of receipt of merchandise. Damage that occurs in transit is the carrier’s responsibility and claims must be made at once to the carrier by you.

    8. Shortages and Damage

    Please inspect each shipment upon receipt of merchandise. Note any discrepancies or damage. Call us immediately about any shortages. All claims must be made with our office within 7 days of receipt of merchandise. Damage that occurs in transit is the carrier's responsibility and claims must be made at once to the carrier by you.

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18116 S. Hobart Blvd.
Gardena, California 90248
U.S.A.
Tel: (310) 523-4641
FAX: (310) 538-9686
E-mail: maxline@eagnas.com
Order online: https://www.eagnas.com/store/index.php

For order in Japan call or write:

Eagnas
1791-2, Mefuki, Noda City
Chiba, 278-0001
Japan
Tel : 047-199-9267 (Japanese)
Fax : 047-199-9265
E-mail: eagnasjp@chic.ocn.ne.jp
Website: www.eagnas.com/japan