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Item #: TTCUBEO
SPORTS TUTOR Tennis Tutor Cube With Oscillator
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Tennis Cube is the most compact tennis machine available for beginning and intermediate players (NTRP 2.0 - 4.0). It is so small and light just about anyone can lift it, and it fits in even the smallest of car trunks. You can change how often Tennis Cube throws balls from every two seconds to every ten seconds, and anywhere in between so you can practice at your own pace. Tennis Cube holds a full standard pick-up basket full of balls. And Tennis Cube even politely waits ten seconds after you turn it on before it begins throwing balls, giving you time to walk to the other side of the net. A smart battery charger is included that recharges Tennis Cube overnight, and which can be left plugged-in continuously without overcharging the battery. This model includes a random oscillator that automatically throws balls in a sweeping pattern from side to side so you get a great workout while hitting balls on the run.
Battery included. This product also includes a 3 year warranty from the manufacturer.
Specifications for Tennis Cube
|Ball capacity||70 Balls|
|Trajectories||Groundstroke to Lob|
|Ball ejection speed||10-50 MPH|
|Ball feed rate||2 to 10 seconds|
|Playing time||1-1/2 to 2 hours, typical|
|Dimensions (closed)||15"H x 12"L x 13"W|
Ball Machines can ONLY be shipped to addresses within the Continental United States.
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Prepare to be underwhelmed!
User: Chris McCrary, Missouri
If youre looking for a machine that can give you a consistent ball to hit so you can develop your strokes... look somewhere else. This machine has a combination of problems that make it very frustrating to set up and even more frustrating to use. The primary problem it suffers is a lack of power. If you want to hit from the baseline, you will have to set this thing up to feed you moonballs just to get a shot on one bounce. Even then, its lack of consistency will frequently leave it feeding you moonballs that float past the baseline in one shot, and a two or three bouncer that utterly dies before the line on the next. Adjusting the angle of the feed is annoyingly difficult. The feeder is held in place by a screw on the side that you manually release and tighten. However, the weight of the feeding plate isnt balanced, so as soon as you release it drifts up. Combine that with absolutely no markings on the machine to help you figure out the angle, and you will spend a frustrating
User: Robert Gotelli, CALIFORNIA
Love this machine. Does everything as advertised. My wife and I are exhausted after chasing balls for an hour.
Great practice aid, well worth the price
User: Paul Shirley, SC
I bought the Tennis Cube in order to work on my ground strokes. Ive found that the Tennis Cube has met all of my expectations. First, the battery: I have about 20 sessions on the Tennis Cube, with each being at least an hour. The longest session was 1 1/2 hr. I havent experienced any problem with the battery. As recommended, I keep the Cube on the battery charger when not being used. Feed rate: I have it set to launch a ball about 3 1/2 seconds. I have set it faster once, but prefer this speed so I can work on form and technique. The feed rate does make a difference on how fast it launches the ball after the initial start-up. Ball speed: I have it set for 6.5, which allows be to stand just beyond the base line for ground strokes. Consistency: Ive found that the most important issue with consistency of the throws is the consistency of the balls being used. Balls with more felt react differently than balls with less. The amount of felt also effects the spin on the ball, and thus the
User: philip shimer, oregon
After playing with the ball machine I found it did not live up to expection. The battery seams to be inferior. I played with the ball machine today for nine minutes or less than 150 balls before it slowed down. At that point the machine couldnt get the balls over the net. Looks like Ill have to get another battery or send the machine back to Tennis Express. Thanks. Phil Shimer
Tennis Tutor Cube
User: Marilyn, New York
The biggest advantage to this machine is that it is lightweight and you can actually carry it in one hand while holding a hopper in the other. Overheads were great. However, groundstokes were weak. Shots are sporadic. Speed is a little slow for an advanced player. Only holds 70 balls, so that means a constant pick up. Most suitable for beginners and intermediate players.
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