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HometennisCourt EquipmentGamma Hi-Rise 75 Tennis Ball Hopper

Gamma Hi-Rise 75 Tennis Ball Hopper

Gamma Hi-Rise 75 Tennis Ball Hopper

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The durable construction of the Gamma® Ballhopper® Hi-Rise™ 75 features a strengthened weld design, Diamond Clad weather-resistant coating and unique wear bumpers. An attached lid helps prevent accidental spilling, while convenient handles make for easy pick-up and flip over to stand the basket at fingertip height.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 24 x 11 x 10 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.2 pounds
  • ASIN: B000MKQ23C

Customer Reviews

Gift for my husband

 on March 31, 2012
By Veggie Girl
I bought this as a 2010 Christmas gift for my husband, since he and the dog play lots of tennis ball in the backyard. He’s used the heck out of it and still has good things to say. Could maybe stand to be a little sturdier, but overall, does the trick.

can’t beat this price

 on December 14, 2008
By N. G. Mellish
decent product that does what it supposed to do. as the other reviewer mentioned, the top will pop open when laid on it side in the trunk of the care. This model costs about twenty dollars more in a sporting goods BM store.

Good value

3 people found this helpful.
 on September 1, 2009
By WASHINGTONPOST_IS_FAKE_NEWS
As others have said, this basket will only hold about 60 balls if you want to close the lid. I find it very easy to pick up balls with it. And its sturdy enough, it might wobble a bit, but I’ve had this basket out on very windy days when practicing serves and have never had it tip over on me. Also, major sporting goods stores in my area want around $40 for a basket similar to this. So this is a great value at half the price. I’m thinking of picking up a second one.

Good product, good price

 on December 20, 2009
By G. Klenicki
Assembling was not difficult. Only con is that sometimes it’s not so easy to get it stand up

Pretty Unsatisfied…

One person found this helpful.
 on September 28, 2009
By Dary Merckens
(Disclaimer: I returned mine about a week after getting it)

Good value to pick up practice balls

10 people found this helpful.
 on February 23, 2010
By Debbie Lee Wesselmann
This Gamma ball hopper isn’t as sturdy as the ones at my club, but it does its job for a reasonable price. Drawbacks include a somewhat unsteady stand that collapses if you aren’t careful to balance it before you let go. The top closes with a little difficulty, and again, if you aren’t careful, you’ll end up with balls all over the back of your car. But really, those few extra seconds of care are worth it since this hopper is perfect for practicing serves, one after the other, or feeding balls to your kid without having to stop every few seconds to chase down balls. The capacity seems to be somewhat less than the stated 75 balls; however, it sure beats lining up balls at the baseline and bending down to pick them up. And pick up is just as easy as some of the more expensive models.

HANDLES/LEGS DO NOT FALL OFF IF ATTACHED PROPERLY

4 people found this helpful.
 on June 24, 2011
By R. Seto
The handles/legs are quite secure if properly attached. You need to first position the 2 handle/leg ends on the inside of the 2 vertical wires closest to the attachment tube on the basket. Then fit and insert the 2 handle/leg ends into each end of the attachment tube. The 2 vertical wires will prevent the handles/legs from falling out of the attachment tubes. When standing up the basket just push the handles/legs into position as far as it will go underneath the basket and you can feel a slight pressure from the basket to hold handles/legs into place. The reason I give it 4 out of 5 stars is that the instructions do tell you how to position the handles/legs properly for attachment and they should have additional plastic footings found on the underside of the basket attached on the handles/legs as well. This would give the handles/legs a better footing when standing up the basket as well as some protection. Overall a good hopper.

Important to install legs correctly

2 people found this helpful.
 on March 5, 2012
By Freshmaker
Great price at Academy, $19.99 +tax. The legs must go in in front of the bars not around it. That’s why they keep coming off. You have to push the bars in a bit. At first I thought this was a ripoff but after I installed it correctly, it was perfect. If you don’t like the red sticker you can remove it. I tediously and slowly removed the red sticker. Took about 10 minutes and some isopropyl alcohol.

Comes Incorrectly Assembled (Store)

One person found this helpful.
 on February 16, 2011
By Amazon Customer
Initially I had to agree with the other reviewer on that the legs fall off when moved from the handle position to the leg position or when you try to carry it. Allright, after reading some of the reviews I looked at the hopper again and indeed, there is another more difficult way of inserting the handles into the basket. That solves it. The legs are now secure. Alas, the hopper is shipped and sold incorrectly assembled and without any instructions.

 

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