Tourna Permanent Pressure Tennis Balls - 50 Ball Pack
Ace after ace, the Tourna® Permanent Pressure Tennis Balls won't let you down. This 50-pack of premium-felt tennis balls will never go flat or lose their true bounce no matter how much you strike. Ideal for practice or throwing machines, these tennis balls come in a durable, zip-up tote for easy transportation and storage.
- 50 premium-felt tennis balls that never go flat
- Ideal for practice or ball throwing machines
- The bounce is true and always the same
- Comes in a durable plastic zip-up tote with strap
- Style: EPTB-50
Country of Origin: ImportedWeb ID: 13015623
Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Harry It gets the job done pretty well, for the price. I made my purchase about 2 years ago, and I'm back for more. These are practice bucket balls, which means they are kind of slow, less bouncy than premium balls, but I'm sure as heck that they are long lasting. I lost about 30 balls out of 50 over the years, but not one single ball is found dead so far. On the other hand, all my Penn bucket balls (had about 20, now tossed down to 0) are dying and those balls don't want to bounce at all. Up to date, I'm still using these balls to practice and for less competitive games. They do alright, especially for the price. I recommend this product to people who practice a lot, great for budget people like me :) On the other hand, if you expect competitive performance out of this; gee, I don't know what to say ;) September 27, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by TennisStar Disappointing product I bought 3 packs (150) and couldn't wait to open and replace my old balls. But very first ball my kid hit didn't bounce at all. We tried the second, same thing, the third, again no bounce. Then I inspected other balls, and realized that the entire product is flat (i checked at least 30 of them). Had to return and play with my old gammas. For the same price I bought about same amount of Penns and so far no complains. Some folks use tennis balls to play with their dogs (i don't have any yet). I'd recommend using tournas for that purpose as they are flat. May 14, 2013
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