Gamma Progression ST II Stringing Machine

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Item #: 7168015
The Gamma Progression ST II stringing machine is Gamma's best "Spring Tensioner" machine. The ST II has a 6 point "Quick Mount" system, with the diamond coated string clamps with self-locking adjustment knobs.

  • Also includes a free pre-packaged assortment of Gamma strings
  • United States Racquet Stringers Association Stringing Tutorial
  • Tools (Pathfinder Awl, Straight Awl, Hex Wrenches, Straight Pliers & Razor Knife)

**Stringing machines will ship via UPS Ground ONLY**

The shipping charge for this item is FREE!

This item CAN NOT be shipped internationally.

  • Manual spring tension winder (9 to 90 lbs / 5 to 41 kgs)
  • Patented Rotational String Guide
  • Diamond Coated Linear String Gripper
  • 6-Point Quick Mount System
  • Quick Action Swivel Clamp Bases
  • Slim profile all metal diamond coated string clamps with a unique self-locking adjustment knob to hold strings with less clamping pressure
  • 360 degree turntable rotation with locking brake
  • Base with 2 large tool trays
  • Includes Tools (Pathfinder Awl, Straight Awl, Hex Wrench Set, Straight Pliers & Razor Knife)
  • Floor Stand & Custom Cover available separately
  • 5 Year Limited Warranty
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    Customer Reviews
    November 11, 2014
    Perfect Tool
    This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

    Have not strung racquets in 30 plus years. Got tired of people screwing up string jobs so finally started again with this gem. Works like a charm, no more botched string jobs. Recommend joining USRSA for access to Stringers Digest.

    Chuck P
    September 11, 2012
    This shopper rated the product 4 out of 5 stars

    Not a bad machine, easy to use once you figure out how to string a racquet. The book it comes with has no real details it is just general terms. I had to call a few buddies to help me. After a few mess ups I have strung enough racquets and including my own to pay for itself.