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Old 12-06-2011, 12:44 PM   #11
tpotter
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Originally Posted by WileyCoyote View Post
I have had experience with two machines:

1. Lobster pneumatic. Total failure to throw because latex sleeve that grabs ball until pressure builds up had aged and did not work. To be fair, a now totally obsolete design. Never, ever buy one now.

Harry
these comments always are funny - it's like saying my battery died, don't ever, ever buy a battery machine whose battery dies....

Lobster pneumatic machines are world renown for working for 30 plus years - only catch....you have to repalce that pesky rubber sleeve every 2 years,...the pneumatic machines have been out of production for 2 years now.
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