Have you suffered from the dreaded broken Concorde finger lift? This gadget called the Play Again is your saviour. Once one suffers from the, ‘finger lift’ casualty, use of the Concorde becomes considerably more difficult to use than before.
However with this gadget, all it takes is a quick tidy up of the stump and slipping one of these Play Agains over it, and you’ll have your finger lift back. It’s heavier — a single Play Again weights 2.2g, so minus the weight of the broken lift, you’re probably only adding maybe 1.5g max to the cart, something that is easily compensated for with the counterbalance.
All in all, a simple fix that saves you replacing the whole cart, or procuring the services of the ol’ super glue, which never lasts.
With Play Again you also get the option to customise your setup, they come in a range of colours so should you wish to add a little colour to your setups you can simply cut the lifter from your Concorde’s and add Play Agains.
The colour options make it ideal for adding some personality to your Ortofon Concorde based setups.
The packaging is worth a mention too, each item comes in a cardboard sleeve with a corrugated inner that keeps the Play Again safe in transit; when you open up the inner, it becomes a new liner for your Ortofon case, converting it from a single to double Concorde case, very smart.
So should you have a broken Concorde, or if you just want to customise your carts, you can get your own for €14.99 plus shipping from the Play Again online shop.
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