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12th June 2024 Issue no. 709

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Why Gymkana is the ultimate solution for auto locksmiths!

* Gymkhana-workshop.jpgThe question on every automotive locksmiths' lips is going to be why buy a Gymkana 994? It does the same as the Condor, right? Why wouldn't I just buy an Xhorse Condor?

I mean how much better can the Gymkana be than the Xhorse machine to make it worth the extra money? The answer is pretty simple: You get what you pay for.

The Gymkana offers a vast array of features that make it well worth the investment, such as its ability to cut more advanced keys faster and more efficiently than with other tools. Additionally, you won't find yourself wondering "Why is it named after some strange animal which it bears no resemblance to?" all day, whilst replacing countless tracers.

According to our in-house quality testing team, the Gymkana is an absolute lifesaver when it comes to cutting keys quickly and efficiently due to the fact that it rarely needs recalibrating and prompts you to when it is needed before cutting the keys. We deliberately tried to knock its calibration off by adjusting the cutter blade out of alignment and we couldn't cause it to need to recalibrate but it did notify us that we needed to adjust the cutter height back to its correct position. The quality control team are also raving about its ability to cut Ford tibbe keys which it does to an excellent standard.

Remember, 'time is money'. As you know, the more keys you can cut in a day the higher number of happy customers meaning the more money you make; so at the end of the day the Gymkana is definitely a good investment if you have plenty of clients clamouring for your attention.


12th August 2020

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