Jugs Lite-Flite Pitching Machine
Very Expensive, Not My Best Machine
It's a very expensive machine for what it does. I guess if you've got the money and don't want a real ball machine for that price, it's worth it. But I took it back because we had to watch our budget(especially with the economy). Maybe if a team were to buy it and split it 12 ways, but it's expensive just for 1 person.
November 14, 2011
Performs as advertised with the Lite Flite balls and accomplishes what we wanted at a bargain price. This machine is a quality product, well engineered for quick assembly and breakdown, solid construction with powder coated finish. Only drawback is that it's not effective for defensive play either directly from the machine or from batting practice as the balls are too light to simulate real baseballs.
November 8, 2011
Great machine indoors, without the damage of real balls. I have not used outdoors
August 12, 2011
This really is an excellent value in a pitching machine. It's so portable that we use it for bunting practice during warm ups before tournaments. The kids can get lots of reps in without any bad pitches. The only draw back is that it cannot be used if there is significant moisture to wet the balls. Dew on the early morning grass will pretty much take it out of commission. It's usually not a problem though later in the summer and fall. I would highly recommend this machine for frequent use. It's well built and will hold up to the work load of team practice use.
June 5, 2011
Very useful machine well worth the money.
April 11, 2011