i-SAM Ball Machine?

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by Venetian, Aug 10, 2007.

  1. Venetian

    Venetian Professional

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    I'm looking at getting this machine because it's the lowest priced machine that is battery powered and oscillates. Does anyone have experience with it or possibly own one? I could shell out the extra $100 for a Tennis Tutor Jr Prolite if it's substantially better for some reason. I can't afford to spend more than these 2 machines cost though.
     
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  2. mrw

    mrw Semi-Pro

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    I have an SP Pro but a guy at my club has a I-Sam and loves it.
     
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  3. Venetian

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    Cool, thx for the response.
     
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  4. arnz

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    Hey where are you from? I have a tennis tutor with spin and oscillation that I'm thinking of selling if you wanna take a look.
     
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  5. Venetian

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    I'm in Colorado, moving to Illinois soon. If you really want to sell it you can email me at ambie50free@hotmail.com
     
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  6. arnz

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    Long way from NY. I havent really thought about all the complexities involved in shipping this thing if I was to sell it. I thought if you were local we could take it to the courts and you can play with it to see, but Colorado or even Chicago (I presume) would be a bit of a hike :)
     
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  7. Venetian

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    Hah that's true. Well just make sure if you do sell it that it goes to a good home.
     
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