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PRIMED Instant L-Screen

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PRIMED Instant L-Screen - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Improve player safety during batting practice with the PRIMED™ Instant L-Screen. The PRIMED™ L-shaped protective screen is ultra-lightweight and fully adjustable for both right-handed and left-handed pitchers. Designed for both baseball and Fastpitch softball play, the Instant L-Screen is constructed from high-grade composite and metal materials for long-lasting performance and durability. Easy and fast to assemble.

  • L-shaped baseball protective screen protects pitcher's from line drives
  • Lightweight design allows for easy portablitly and storge
  • Adjustable for both left and right-handed baseball and Fastpitch players
  • High-grade composite and metal construction provides critical pitcher protection
  • Includes convenient carry bag for storage and protection
  • Great for players and coaches
  • Easy and fast to assemble
  • Dimensions: 7' x 6'
  • Model: PRD00116

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Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 23649826

Customer Reviews:

PRIMED Instant L-Screen 3.5 5 28 28
Poor Quality I've purchased several Primed products from Dicks and they have all been of poor quality. I do not recommend purchasing these products. Your better off spending a little more money on products that will last. March 13, 2015
This excellent pitching screen for softball Excellent pitching screen nicer than what I thought March 10, 2015
Great net for practice Great net to use for practice. My husband coaches a little league travel team and great net for protection when pitching. Highly recommended. March 10, 2015
L-screen This is the best net I have ever bought!!!! By far!!! March 5, 2015
needs a head of your net. it needs a heavier duty net reaction from the ball hitting the bat and it goes through the net too easily.what they fix this problem it will be a great product iPhone placed it once already and will have to return this one because The net is tearing too easily. February 17, 2015
works great, straps not needed for baseball L screen Does its job well. Don't let the picture fool you. The open square and straps are not needed, so a normal L screen for baseball is capable. The extra straps are doubled up and attached with Velcro to the L part. A lot cheaper than Bownet L screen. And nicely portable. Will take a few extra minutes for setup the first few times until you get used to doing it. January 28, 2015
great investment This is a great investment for safety and protection. It seemed a little wobbly but it is very safe and does what it has to. However it arrived all smashed, torn and parts were falling out of the box. December 12, 2014
Great portable screen Screen is easy to break down making it very portable. December 11, 2014
Great far It took a little bit to figure out the directions for setting it up but after figuring it out We used it for our group of 9 year olds at practice. It held up great to the balls that they hit and protected the coach throwing BP. It is easy to put up (once you know how) and to take apart. absolutely worth the money. December 10, 2014
Great Idea- Poor design This is fashioned after the Bow net but it misses the mark. it takes too long to set up and the opening to pitch through is not well thought out- if you are over 5'10 your pitching arm hits the top- you have to bend down. When it's on sale for 75.00 its a fair price- the list price of 169.00 is ridiculous. The fit of the net itself is way too tight- we'll see how it holds up December 3, 2014
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