IPONG V300 (Feb 2017)
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The V300 robot is available on backorder only - ETA is October 27, 2017. If you place an order today at this sale price, the robot will ship when it is in stock.
This is the latest generation of IPONG V300 launched February 2017.
• New software to ensure consistency and accuracy
February 2017 updates:
August 2016 updates:
V300 has the following improvements over IPONG Master V300 (discontinued):
Designed and tested to work with 40+ plastic (poly pro) balls but works just as well with older generation 40mm celluloid balls.
This robot is similar to IPONG Pro with the following differences:
Tip for advanced players
** IPONG Targets provided by IPONG after proof of purchase and proof of review.
Continuing with a two-wheel design that offers a natural ball trajectory, the IPONG V300 has all the great features of the IPONG Pro - the ability to shoot balls from side-to-side on the table. And adding to it's hallmarks, there's a wireless remote to control all functions.
The IPONG V300 has three main sections that snap together in less than a minute. (A great benefit, also when traveling, as it considerably reduces the overall size.)
Simplicity and flexibility: Power-up. Add balls. Set ball type. Press start and play.
The IPONG V300 has been enhanced to meet the highest standards for high-level table tennis training robots. The update’s key improvements are to the motor and shooting wheels. This allows for improved accuracy and consistency, stronger ball launch with increased spin, quieter operation and increased long-term performance. The IPONG V300 also features a new feeder disc design that prevents ball jams. The robot holds over 100 40mm or 40+ Poly table tennis balls and shoots at an adjustable frequency ranging from 12 to 70 balls per minute. Practice with confidence while using the updated wireless remote to control your desired ball frequency, oscillation and spin control. Is there a specific shot you need to keep working on? The IPONG V300 features a memory button to save your favorite setting as well as a play/pause button to make adjustments. Use the remote to switch between endless shot options ranging from levels 0-9 for: ball frequency, side-to-side oscillation, topspin speed and underspin speed. Place the IPONG on the included tilt stand to practice an even wider range of strokes or use the IPONG Table Tennis Training Targets (sold separately) to improve accuracy and ball placement. Start playing like a pro in just seconds with minimal assembly!
This simple, affordable and fun table tennis robot brings recreational table tennis to a new and higher level of competitive play.
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Reviews of IPONG V300 (Feb 2017) (83)
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Very easy and quick assembly. Wireless remote makes switching functions a breeze.
Just got my V300 robot! Setup was a breeze, three steps and you are done. I am surprise that the motor is not loud at all. It images a great practice for both myself and my young daughter. The V300 robot allows us to work on each basic stroke---just returning the balls, topspin, backspin---independently. The wireless remote is a plus to be able to make changes from across the robot. Great buy, hours of fun!
Works well...and for the price it is 5 Stars...great for practicing...you do have to reload it but after that many balls I need the break
I have previously used Newgy's Robo-Pong 1040. I am very surprised about what IPong V300 can offer at such a lower price. I used it for just about a week and it seems to be very stable so far. Assembly it is quite easy and you only need to learn how to adjust what kind of output you want to have by using the remote control. I am very happy with this purchase and actually I will bring it to work to show it to my co-workers.
I was leary about the bundle, especially the IPONG robot but I am exceedingly satisfied with it all. Assembly was simple and performance is stellar. It allows me uninterrupted practice. I highly recommend this bundle at a great price.
This review is specific to the IPONG V300. I received my IPONG V300 over a month ago and it's a blast. Extremely easy to set up. Still getting on with different settings. The reason I got this was for my 7 year old daughter to learn ping pong. Within a month she has got a stable forehand and backhand. Not entirely maintenance free as need to clean dust and lint off the balls regularly and clean the V300 rollers occasionally. Overall, very pleased! Good value compared to more expensive robots.
I loved this IPONG. The assembly is very easy and quick to set up. I was very satisfied with the purchase because it does exactly what it says and is super fun to use. This is ideal for ping pong tables that do not fold on one side for when you are wanting to play alone. The machine mimics natural hits perfectly and really do make you break a sweat and master your hits. Different angles, topspin, and speed have helped me improve my counter hits. Thank you!
I was quite surprised at how good a machine could be purchased for such little money. Indeed, it was the availability of an affordable machine that justified my purchasing a table, as I really only have the room for the table, catch net and player's space for one person; (I play at a club.)
This machine really allows me to practice strokes. There is nothing like hitting a hundred balls to work on consistency. The speed goes from fast to ridiculous, with significant top and underspin. If you put on the oscillation, you will be in a sweat and breathing hard by the time the machine is empty. The remote is a joy. (The pick up net is also necessary; plenty of balls are not going to make it to the catch net.)
I'm sure it is not as good as a $1,500 machine, but that is something I personally would never consider.
I guess my only wishes would be for side spin and random variability; (changing speed and spin, rather than having to do so manually.) I presume much more expensive machines do this. But I do not regard this as a significant drawback. My desire is to work on my strokes, and this inexpensive machine wonderfully fits the bill.
I am really pleased. I cannot comment on the machine's longevity as I have only had it for three weeks.
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