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Tennis Ball Saver - Keep Tennis Balls Fresh And Bouncing Like New
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Tennis Ball Saver – Keep Tennis Balls Fresh And Bouncing Like New

Tennis Ball Saver – Keep Tennis Balls Fresh And Bouncing Like New

  • Price : $16.90
  • Product Rating :
    Tennis Stuff - 4.5
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Product Reviews

Amazon Price: $16.99 $16.90 You save: $0.09 (1%). (as of January 19, 2019 8:02 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

The Tennis Ball Saver is the original way to keep your tennis balls fresh and bouncy. The bane of tennis ball companies for over thirty years, the Tennis Ball Saver can keep three tennis balls bouncing like they were brand new. The reason tennis ball containers are pressurized is so that no air will affect the integrity of the balls inside. Tennis Ball Savers work under the same principle, and by keeping the balls at the correct pressure, will protect tennis balls from natural leakage that occurs. As long as the felt on the tennis ball stays in good condition, tennis balls will keep on bouncing true! Buy the Tennis Ball Saver – this simple investment will make all your future tennis balls remain bouncy in the future.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 3.3 x 3.3 inches ; 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
  • ASIN: B000FJ7CFC

Customer Reviews

It indeed re-pressurizes the balls and is easy and simple to use and well constructed

 on December 24, 2017
By John Coryell
Alright, so this does actually work. It indeed re-pressurizes the balls and is easy and simple to use and well constructed. My expectations when buying this was that I would be able to use one can of tennis balls for several matches. Unfortunately, this did not work for me. Why? Well, this may seem obvious but tennis balls have less fuzz and start to fall apart after a few hours of play. Even if they are re-pressurized they don’t bounce the way they do straight out of the can because the structure of the tennis ball itself gets weaker after use.

Stops the aging process; perfect if you add a pressure gauge

 on October 27, 2015
By weltwind
I have had the device for 2 years now and have been very pleased. It won’t make used balls play like new, because used balls have lost some of their pressure and felt. What it will do is stop the ball-aging process between games. It is a resealable ball can. So if you play 2 hours and store the balls in the device for a week, next time you play with them they will feel like balls that you are continuing a match that have already gone on for 2 hours. The test of that anti-aging function is to open a can of brand new balls and put them in the device, and in a month compare those balls to another set of new balls of the same brand that have just been opened. The 1-month old balls should feel and play exactly the same as the just-opened can. The result cannot be any different because the device does maintain the balls at about 14 psi, the same pressure as in a new can. I know that for certain because I immediately installed a pressure gauge on the device, and know if the lid has been closed properly, or if the seal is leaking. After two years of on-average weekly used, the seal has not leaked. True, sometimes when I close the lid the device does not reach the target pressure but I can see that immediately and repeat. With a built-in pressure gauge, this would have been a 5-star solution. Without it, it is hit or miss, and it is impossible to know when you have missed. Add a $5 15-psi 1/8 NPT back-mounted pressure gauge to the lid, and you will have a solid hit. Of course, the manufacturer could have done that for $2 and made it look nicer but they didn’t.

Will not extend the life of balls played everyday

 on January 10, 2017
By Fawn Sandberg
Got this for Christmas. Bought two cans of balls and started playing tennis. One can of balls got stored in this pressurizer, the second can did not. Played with same six balls over several days, 60-90 minutes per session. The balls stored in this pressurizer did not significantly outlast the others. I suspect you would have better results if you store the balls for a week or more, which would allow them more time to re-pressurize… but for everyday playing, you will not significantly extend the life of your tennis balls.

It actually works

 on February 2, 2017
By M. Miller
This actually works. We go through a lot of tennis balls so I thought this would be a fun novelty gift for our son. The paper with it claims to “repressurize” old balls. I had my doubts and thought that, at best, it would keep new balls fresh. So, my kid found two completely flat balls, put them in the canister and tossed it in the closet. About 6 weeks later he remembered, pulled them out and both balls were actually tight and regained their bounce again. I was pleasantly surprised. I’m not sure how long they will stay fresh, but it actually works. This little canister is fairly nifty.

They Do Keep Balls Bouncing Like New

 on December 12, 2013
By Stephen Jones
I play tennis 4-5 times a week. I like balls that have a lively bounce. I can play with 6 balls (using 2 of these savers) for a couple of weeks. The felt wears down and the balls get dirty and more difficult to see but the bounce is still good. The real advantage in these savers is for those people who play once or twice a week. A ball will lose its responsiveness in a week sitting in an open can but it will still look good. Hate to throw out balls that look new but are getting flat. These savers will actually preserve the bounce of those hardly used balls until the next time you play. Forget about recharging dead balls with these, it will take too long, but they do a good job of keeping newly opened balls hard and bouncing for the next outing. They take a number of good hard turns to compress the air in the cylinder but you save a couple of bucks every time you do it. For cheapskates like me who want to play with new balls but don’t want to open a new can every time I play this is one way to economize.

Good but better with a simple modification

 on December 1, 2013
By Decoon
Not completely sure that it works to maintain the balls since I don’t have a gauge for the actual tennis ball pressure but I can tell you it does hold the pressure inside the can over time as long as you lubricate the gasket as instructed on the directions for use.

These ball savers do a great job of keeping balls pressurized and playable for a …

 on October 25, 2017
By Thomas E. Potter
These ball savers do a great job of keeping balls pressurized and playable for a longer period of time. I would say that I get double the use of a can of balls by using this device. I did find that after a period of time the balls did not stay as full of pressure as they did originally and the ball saver became a little harder to open. WD-40 makes a product called Spray Silicone and so I tried spraying it on the rubber o-ring. If I do this every month or so, the canisters open easily and hold the air very well.

Excellent product! Useful for 4.0 and below. Might even have some value for 4.5 players.

 on May 18, 2018
By Derek S Xie
It really works! I use it all the time with great result. One time, I opened a can of new balls and they were flat. I put them in Gexco Tennis Ball Saver for a day and it was re-pressurized and had the proper bounce. I can usually get 5 hours of tennis over 3 days out of one can of balls by using this thing, before the rubber of the ball gets too soft from repeated deformation on impact that they can’t hold pressure. What happens then is it has the right bounce, but comes off the racquet noticeably slower than newer balls, because the old ball easily pancakes on the racquet and doesn’t pop off. I play 2 hours a session and can basically use the same can of balls for 3 sessions plus warm up for the 4th session before opening a new can. If you are a high level player (4.5+) then you may be wearing out the rubber on the ball in one session anyway that this won’t help you, but for ~$15 you can give it a try and see how it goes. Maybe save them for warmup during the next session?

Great for anyone who plays intermittently as the balls do …

 on August 14, 2015
By joereno
Keeps used balls at the pressure they are at the end of a session of playing, just as advertised. Great for anyone who plays intermittently as the balls do not die sitting in your bag in the interim, and useful for anyone playing regularly as it keeps the balls alive for one more session.

Does what it is supposed to.

 on January 5, 2015
By Bruce Johnson
I bought a couple of these as I play a lot of tennis and go through a lot of balls. I was hoping to get more life out of my tennis balls and I believe the tennis ball saver does everything it claims to. I’m giving it 4 stars instead of 5 because it’s kind of a pain in the butt to open and close and sometimes the balls stick in the bottom and I find myself banging the can on the concrete to get the ball out. However, I do get the ball out and the tennis ball saver continues to do what it is supposed to even after taking a beating.


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