Gamma Products

February 8, 2008

Prince, Gamma & Technifibre Stringing Machines

Whether you're buying a stringing machine for personal or professional use, it is a sizable investment, so you should check out your options. Below are three solid machines, from three great brands, at three price points.

And although these are not cheap, David Bone at Tennis Magazine, lays out the return on that investment very well.

"For anyone who believes that buying a stringing machine is too expensive a proposition, consider this: If you string two racquets per month at a savings of $20 each (a conservative estimate), that's $480 a year. It's an investment serious players can't afford to miss...."

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This is a manual machine, meaning it uses a hand crank. So it doesn't need electricity. This not only saves energy and money, it also means you don't have to be near an outlet to use it. If speed is a priority, get the two-point option (there's also a 6-point option). At around $900, this is a solid value. Check it out here.

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Prince Neos 1000

This is a workhorse stringing machine. Like the Gamma, it's a manual machine, so you have to pull the tension yourself. Unlike the Gamma, it has a four-point mounting system that allows you to secure the frame with two pulls of the lever. An interesting and unique feature - the string clamps attach to the machine on movable glide bars, making them slightly faster. A great machine that runs about $1100 and has been used by pro stringers for many years. Check it out here.
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Tecnifibre TF-7000

This is one of the big daddies of the stringing world, and runs $5,000+. But, it will definitely fill the bill for any stringer. It has very sophisticated stringing technology, an adjustable stand, and an optional cabinet for supplies. Its all electric - its all about pushing buttons not twisting and pulling. But check this out, it has a knot-tensioning function. Ever notice that when you tie a knot at the end of a piece of string, there's a section at the very end that doesn't get tension? Well, this puppy has a button that puts extra tension on the last string to compensate for the knot for a more consistent string job. Check it out here.

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December 26, 2007

KILLER AFTER-CHRISTMAS CLEARANCE DEALS ON TENNIS GEAR

Merry post-Christmas! If you're all worn out from the Holiday festivities, here's something to cheer you up - absolutely killer deals on racquets at Modell's. We're talking deep, deep, deep discounts on the Head TiS5 CZ, the Gamma G250 and the Prince Triple Threat Scream OS. Plus, they're also offering an additional 20% off select clearance items for the month of January.


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The Head® TiS5 CZ Performance tennis racquet features a titanium/graphite construction and excellent maneuverability. ComfortZone provides additional dampening for ultimate comfort and an enlarged sweetspot for more power.

$69.99 (FORMERLY $209.99)


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You can smack an ace down the middle or hit a cross-court winner with the Gamma® G250 performance prestrung racquet. The extra firm racquet features a wider profile for a blend of power and control perfectly suited to players with medium swing speed.

$49.97 (FORMERLY $179.99)


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The Prince® Triple Threat® Scream™ OS tennis racquet is designed for players with a moderate to full stoke looking for the perfect blend of power and control.

$59.99 (FORMERLY $119.99)

Get 20% off Clearance Items (exclusions apply) 12.22.07-1.31.08 at Modells.com!

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December 14, 2007

HOLIDAY DEALS ON TENNIS STRING - Gamma, KLIP, Prince, Head


Gamma ESP 16g @ $15.99
Gamma ESP 17g @ $15.99
ESP offers a “crisp” firm feel for harder hitters and a soft “comfortable” feel for players with slower swing speeds.





Klip Legend 16g @ $26.99
Klip Legend 17g @ $26.99
100% Australian. Highest grade of natural gut for unbeatable performance. Legend Natural Gut provides unsurpassed feel and increased ball speed, while minimizing shock to the arm. Klip uses the highest grade of natural fibers, resulting in minimal tension loss.



Prince Premier with Softflex 16g @ $12.99
Prince Premier with Softflex 17g @ $12.99
A high performance MultiFilament that has gut-like playability. Ideal for a player who enjoys a soft, crisp string with maximum comfort. Has Prince’s exclusive Softflex filaments combined with microfiber construction for reduced shock and greater elasticity.



Head RIP PerfectPower 16g @ $13.99
Features 1100 uniquely braided MultiFilaments that provide excellent precision, increased power and added durability. Recommended for players that are looking for more control from their racquet and added durability in their string.


All these strings also have volume discounts available, btw.

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