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Rated 4 out of 5 by Crazy Eddie Great product and pretty accurate...
Its a great product. It is pretty accurate and is definetly worth the money. all you have to do is keep your foot, or a weight, on the back leg piece of the tripod that holds it up, and put a ball in, any size, and pull the arm back and it goes. I am very happy with it and wouldn't trade it in for any other. Very light weight, easy to carry and set up. don't need any electric or anything like that. good product.
May 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by coach works perfect!
once you get it set up, it works awesome. Perfect for my boys and my little leaguers. it will throw baseballs, teeballs, softballs and plastic balls. and it works great for throwing dog poo into the neighbors yard!!j/k
May 18, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by oldb1canole Very good
It depends on what you are looking for. We were looking for an affordable maching, and not electric. This way we can take it to any open field and play. It's sturdy, easy to use, and fun. My boys are 10 and 13. It's not pitching "fast balls" but it's getting them in the strike zone. What I like is that my boys and their neighbor friend can put a bucket of balls, bats, machine, and gloves in our baby trailer and they can pull everything down to the park by themselves. Then they take turns pitching to eachother. One pitcher, one hitter, and one guy fielding balls. My 13 yo daughter, my wife, and I also use it. It takes 5 minutes of fine tuning to get the balls in the strike zone, but it only needs to be adjsted one time. My sons hitting has gotten much better because of the practice with this machine. We put a spare wrench in the bucket of balls because a bolt ocassionally comes loose. I don't want to overtighten it, and it is feeling a bit of recoil every time a ball is launched. So a loose bolt is expected, and I have only had to tighten it one time while we were out and we have taken it out about a dozen times.
May 8, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Kelsey Inconsistent!
This product was a waste of money - not very stable, ball placement is inconsistent left, right and distance. Your money is better spent on the Louisville Slugger Blue machine.
May 7, 2011