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GAMMA Ballhopper Risette 50 - Dick's Sporting Goods

GAMMA Ballhopper Risette 50

Item Number: 12152604
Price: $24.99
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The GAMMA® Ballhopper Risette 50 is the perfect teaching companion for tennis coaches or serious club players. Featuring a strengthened weld design, Diamond Clad weather-resistant coating, and unique wear bumpers, this tennis ball cart offers longlasting durability. Its handles make carrying a cinch and conveniently flip over so the basket stands at fingertip height. Holds up to 50 standard tennis balls.

FEATURES:

  • Heavy duty construction with strengthened weld design for longlasting use
  • Diamond Clad weather resistant coating, and unique wear bumpers for durability on outside courts
  • Convenient handles offer easy pickup and flip over so basket stands at fingertip height
  • Attached lid prevents spilling
  • Capacity: 50 Standard Tennis Balls
  • Color :Silver
  • Model: BHR1-00
  • GAMMA


Country of Origin: China

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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good quality product As they said, it is made of coated steel. And there are plastic spacers underneath in the basket section, to keep it off ground. Used it just once so far, it functioned as designed, no complaints. When it is in the stand position with the handles down, those handles have to slide past the vertical cage bars to lock into place. So I imagine once use it a lot, the coating could start to wear at these places. But I don't know that - the coating does seem pretty tough. No wear marks so far. February 6, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by new to tennis Thought I would try this this since trying to get into tennis. Nothing wrong with construction, but flimsy design. Handles keep coming off, and a slight pain to put in upright position. Would spend a little more on sturdier one. July 14, 2013
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