Lobster Sports elite freedom Tennis Ball Machine


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Engineered to maximize your game, the Lobster Sports® elite freedom Ball Machine offers corner-to-corner random oscillation to help improve your stamina, agility and focus on the court.

Advanced Training Machine to Enhance Your Game
Full corner-to-corner random horizontal oscillation provides practice against different ball angles
50° elevation setting allows overhead practice
Speeds up to 65mph help enhance your speed and agility
Elevation indicator provides a clear view of the shot height coming your way

User Friendly Design
35lb. ergonomic design built for maximum durability
Oversized 8'' wheels and extended handle allow easy transport over any surface
Removable handle and invertible hopper allow compact storage
Basic charger included

Machine Functionality
Oscillation: Random Horizontal
Speed: 20-65 mph
Feed rate: 2-10 seconds
Manuel Elevation: 0°-50°
Ball Capacity: 150
Power: Battery (ad/dc optional)
Battery Run: 2-4 hours

Additional Details
Dimensions: 21'' x 20'' x 14''
Weight: 35lbs
Manufacturer's 2 Year Warranty
Style: EL0A
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Country of Origin: United States
Web ID: 28757396

Customer Reviews:

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love it! I love this ball Machine for a variety of reasons...it's lightness, it's power, it's random oscillating feature and it's battery power. Having so much fun with it...and improving my game as well. November 14, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by This product has great features, easy to use, very little maintenance and portable. I love this machine. I use it instead of a treadmill or a stationary bike. I know how important it is to exercise and this is how I get it. I find treadmills and stationary bikes extremely boring. I am 68 years old and this how I get my exercise. I've been playing tennis since the age of 15. Self thought. Can hold my own when in competition. When I'm home, I take the Lobster to a local Community College where the lights come on at 4:45 AM. Living in Phoenix, AZ, it gets hot in the summer and I don't want to deal with the sun. Being an early riser, it works out great because it is difficult to find a partner at this hour. I usually hit about 1000+ balls (that's 7 buckets). Constantly switching between backhand and forehand, rush the net, practice lobs, etc. I don't even care to play a human anymore. If the machine could cook, I would consider marrying it. Once in a while I have to remove the cover and vacuum up the fuzz residue from the balls. Good idea to charge the battery after use. I would prefer to have a smart charger/trickle charger with red and green indicators. I purchased an external AC adapter, comes in very handy, in fact I use it all the time. Over all, great product, easy to maintain. Best invention since the wheel if you enjoy tennis, wanting to improve your game, and get a great workout at the same time. January 27, 2016
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