SKLZ Hit-A-Way Jr. Tethered Batting Tee
Build your hitting strength with the SKLZ® Hit-A-Way® Jr. Baseball System. This tethered T-Ball trainer sets up as a batting or t-ball trainer in seconds for hours of practice. A tethered ball simulates real pitches to prepare you for great action at the plate. Can be used for indoor or outdoor training and is compatible with both left and right handed hitters.
- T-ball training aid for young athletes
- Sets up in seconds for hours of play or practice
- Use as a batting trainer or as a t-ball trainer
- Tethered ball simulates real pitches
- Great for right & left handed batters
- For indoor or outdoor use
- Model: HW04-100-02
Country of Origin: ImportedWeb ID: 11536133
Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Weig Crud Don't bother. The cords are to short, they barely wrap around twice. The ball sags . Just crud February 28, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by JackNJ It's ok for small kids! I bought this for my 5 year old son and my 4 year daughter to teach them the basics of swinging a bat and so they can hit the ball. I like that you can adjust the height of the pole as my daughter is much shorter then my son. We filled the base with water but if hit with power it will tip over, another note the pole cannot be filled with water or sand. This product serves the purpose as a first time training aid for small kids to learn the basics. For the price it is a good starter set without breaking the bank. For future buyers of this product the ball does not stay in the air the way it looks in the picture, the ball is attached to a rubber rope and hangs. I at first thought it was metal by looking at the picture and the ball stayed like that and spun sround as the kids hit it, it's more like the old school game tetherball where it wraps around the pole and as it unwinds from the pole you hit the ball. May 18, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mayo it works for my kids, great invesment.!! This product, was i great invent... March 27, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Papi Great Idea but Needs Attention to Detail From the website it's hard to determine what age level it's made for, youth is a very broad age group. My 5 year old tried it and the big issue was that the ball would not stay in the same position. I would think that it was field tested, needs to go back to the drawing board. June 17, 2011
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