I agree but I'd also include Spinfire as they've been around for more than 10 years now and the reviews are incredible (love love love mine).For something made out of canvas and can only do 40mph that's pretty expensive especially since we don't know if it can take the abuse of tennis balls hitting it for years on end. Lobster, Tennis Tutor, Silent Partner have been around for a long time and the outer casing is pretty sturdy on all of those.
yea.. I did.. while waiting for the slinger to come out.. the Hydrogen Sports Proton came out.. and i couldn't resist.. and pre-ordered one... so I'll probably sell my my Slinger very soon.Want to give it a try but I don't want to hurt the resale value... if I can get $600+ for it then I probably should just sell it. Been using my Spinfire Pro 2, which I enjoy. Has anyone bought a ball machine with more features while waiting for their Slinger, decide to sell their other ball machine and keep the Slinger?
How many balls can that hold though? It's so small.