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Stringway and a new approach to weaving the cross strings on a racket restring

If you string tennis rackets, undoubtedly you are always looking for a way to make the job easier.  I ran across this invention by Stringway that helps ease the cross weave.  It appears to reduce friction and provide a easier method to weave the crosses, it does appear however to take a bit longer than if working the traditional way, watch the video and check it out for yourself.

 

You can visit the website at Stringway to find out more and view a description of how it works.

 To see a short video, check it out at racketstringingtips.com

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