Rated 3.7 out of 5★ by 7reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5★ by 12xx34zz composite floating clamps are not great This stringer is good value for the money.The composite clamps are hard to open. 07/31/2010
Rated 2 out of 5★ by ricardom2009 Gamma X2 Tennis stringer slipping after only 6 The Diamond coated string gripper started slipping after stringing only 6 rackets. Maybe this product is defective because others claim that slippage only occurs after stringing about 100 rackets. I only strung 6 rackets so far and the string gripper is already slipping... 01/22/2011
Rated 4 out of 5★ by RG2Metairie Gamma X2 Stringer I found getting started diffuclt due to the instructions not being easy to follow.Once I googled the topic of racquet stringing and read a few tutorials the instructions made more sense.I would suggest to the company that they invest in a DVD tutorial.On my second attempt, the racket was strung. The stringer works fine and I am happy with it. The tennis shop charges 45 bucks to string my racket with premium string. So I'll save 30 bucks each time I string the racket myself.Hope this helps. 05/31/2011
Rated 2 out of 5★ by mrr1999 Not the easiest to use Maybe it's just me, but the design of this stringer is awkward and made stringing a lengthy process. Great price, but the added time to get the job done makes me want to return it and get a better one. Quality of parts is very good, however. 04/25/2011
Rated 4 out of 5 Good product, does what is expected from it. I suggest some tension calibration device be used alongside the stringer... 12/12/2012
Rated 5 out of 5★ by gullee Great value Buying one of these stringers is a great value. Stringing itself is not too difficult once you learn it, and you will save a lot of money stringing yourself. The initial outlay for this is not that bad either, so it pays for itself pretty quickly.The quality of these stringers is good enough that I am satisfied stringing my racquets on it, and occasionally when I string friends' racquets, I get no complaints for tension being off or anything. Also, I have strung ~50 times, and no slippage from clamps yet. When they do start to slip, I will just buy replacement clamps.I personally bought this from a different place, where it comes with a stringing manual as well, which actually teaches how to string. From Walmart, you will only get the machine's manual. 07/28/2012
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Jose808 Great Value For Entry Level Stringing Machine Gamma X-2 Tennis Stringer has great value for the money. Easy to use after a couple of string jobs. Great quality item and designed to be used for several years. It comes with 6 demo strings and practically pays for itself after stringing your tennis racquets yourself.Build quality is excellent, and can be used for tennis, racquetball, and badminton racquets. Very versatile. For the tennis enthusiast on a budget, this will get the job done. I have strung 3 racquets so far, and it takes me about an hour to do from start to finish. Ratchet system works very well. This product has all the tools you need to get the job done.Anyone that is serious about playing tennis, will need to have their racquets restrung frequently to play at the top of their game. It becomes quite expensive to pay someone to do it at an average $30 per racquet (labor and strings). Highly recommended if you string between 3 - 6 racquets a month. 06/23/2013