ball machine dilemma

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by andyroddick's mojo, Apr 25, 2006.

  1. andyroddick's mojo

    andyroddick's mojo Professional

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    i don't know what to do
    I have just ordered a lobster Elite 1 but the shipping is like 150 dollars to hawaii. is that right??!! in total its like 1150, but is this deal worth it for a junior player trying to hit everyday? this is UPS ground shipping, but i want the cheapest available shipping. or should i switch to the tennis tutor pro lite which is like 400 dollars cheaper and shipping is only 50 dollars. Is the quality worth the price? please offer advice!
     
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  2. louis netman

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    Sports Tutor is an excellent company with wonderful staff.... They invented the spinning -wheel ball machine that everyone has copied...
     
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  3. andyroddick's mojo

    andyroddick's mojo Professional

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    the pros for the sports tutor pro lite, or even regular one, is that its slightly cheaper. The pro lite is cheaper by about 300 and the regular is cheaper by about 60 dollars or so. (cheaper then the elite 1) the elite 1 however comes with spin, and i do not think the tennis tutor comes with spin. I just want an honest opinion from people who own ball machines...do they help? do you recommend buying one?
     
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