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FAQ: How is Trainer Motion different from V300?
This is the latest generation of IPONG V300. All our V300 robots, including those in our bundles, are from the manufacturer's latest batch with the latest improvements in accuracy and quality.
• New software to ensure consistency and accuracy
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 30 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 (148)
This is not for players looking to improve their game. Might suite beginners for hitting few balls.
Options are limited for variations and you can not set this up to match a real gameplay balls like backspin for loops or sidespin.
Balls were getting stuck very often and had to get a replacement. Replacement too started having similar issues. Also at times 2-3 balls will fire instantly.
Not a satisfactory purchase. This is sitting idle in my closet for a while now.
The gearbox for the agitator was broken on the second use! I attempted to call ipong Support, but the voicemail box was full and the email did not work.The only reason I did get a hold of them, was I went through the directory and called each number until I got someone.
Megaspin edit: I am sorry you had issues with the robot and with contacting them. We sent you an email to make sure we handle this for you with a fix or replacement.
For $122 this is a great value, and highly recommended! But it has its quirks.
1. ball fails to pitch 2-3 times per bucket. And the first ball after the failed pitch comes at higher speed, frequently missing the table.
2. in oscillate mode more failed pitches, and inconsistent frequency.
3. if one wheel is turned off the extra power goes to the ball feed system. Even on level 1 it pitches far too many balls per minute than desirable.
4. even with this latest revision there are occasional ball jams. But I've only had it happen 4 times in 16 hrs of play. And I always make sure the stir hole is NOT in-line with the drop hole.
5. the pitch motors are smaller than my electric toothbrush. The act of pitching the ball slows the motors down. And after using the pause button the first balls come out at much higher speed. It takes a while to settle down.
6. it comes with a 3 stage tilt stand, but tilting a round base on edge makes it very unstable. I use the packaging, which is square, to hold the machine, and place my own spacers under the packaging. OR, place the robot on a box, say 4"-8"high, and don't tilt at all.
7. Tip: I never place the robot on the ping pong table. I place it on a rolling cart/table, and place the cart 2'-8' behind the table. Seeing the ball come from a longer distance is easier, less reactive. And it's easier to set-up heavy underspin from a longer distance. In fact I can make the robot do a standard Serve this way, keeping the ball closer to the net.
Excellent entry level robot. Far better than trying to practice with a single wheel robot.
Got it for my son. we love the mobility and simplicity of this machine. Great design . Happy with this purchase.
This Machine is great. The catch net is very easy and quick to install. The IPONG V300 is even easier to install. The balls are great as well. My son who just turned 7 loves it although the balls to shoot a little too fast for him and I'm not sure if you can reduce the speed. I think this is a great deal for the money and I'm looking forward to playing with it and so its my son.
It stopped working first time however megaspin was easy to work with and they have very good customer service. They arranged for a replacement piece however the product was faulty again. The topspin feature never worked and only backspin worked.
It’s serviceable but balls frequently jams and require clearing to get it feeding again.
I'm new to the world of "competitive ping-pong"
I want to take my game to the next level and I really don't have a lot of people to practice with. This is where this robot comes in. I can tell it is already helping me as my backhand is coming around. Seems to work with most any balls. Definitely have to make some manual height adjustments to get a big variety of shots. I'm thinking I may even have to make a stand or something to get a little more variety
Let's face it, for a little over $100, this is a great product and it will definitely help your game no matter where you are at.
My son and daughter are at a lower level than me. They are also using it and it's helping them as well.
After hitting about 2000 balls on the iPong V300, I'm very happy. Setup is really easy, the remote and controls are really easy and the iPong works great. My daughter managed to hit a ball into the launching orifice, but that was easy to clear and didn't cause any damage. I've had one ball jam that automatically cleared in about 10 seconds. For me, this is the perfect robot.
The ipong is easy to assemble and operate and gives me lots of time to enjoy with my family and friends.
I use my table tennis table more now than I have for years.
I'm glad I decided to treat myself.
I bought Ipong V 300 during Black Friday. very easy to set up and assembly. You can set up different location and angle to meet your training purpose. only thing is sometime it did not shoot the balls consistently.
Have use this product a few times and it has a good value for the money. Seems to work reasonably well. Jams seem to clear buy just turning off and back on, not that that happens that often. Very good cardiovascular workout with the oscillation on. Would like a slower frequency setting, maybe one every 4 sec to go to for some of my drills and maybe a single feed button. This would not increase the cost much and could be more useful tool but overall I am very satisfied. I am 62. In decent physical shape and consider myself a lower intermediate club player
The delivery was great. Received my iPong bundle on time.
Pros : iPong is an excellent robot for beginners to intermediate players like me. I followed word to word, the instructions which came along with the iPong and it works perfectly fine. Assembly is very easy.
Cons : I gave 4 stars just because I received the iPong with the middle part(machine) dislocated. Later, I called Joola Squad and they told me to move the oscillation wheel in the socket. I am still testing the iPong and will give operation review in a months time.
I also added the Butterfly G40+ Master quality practice balls(72PC) along with the order. Balls work great with the iPong v300. No issues on jamming.
I read the issue of Jams from other reviewers and that could be avoided if you follow the instruction template on page 2. Bullet # 2 : Before switching on the iPong make sure that no balls are inside the core engine.........round gap in the agitator is not aligned up with the ball entry hole..
Carbon Ball Catch Net
I bought this bundle after reading the comment on Megaspin website that it fits on any Joola table frames. I have the Joola Worldcup DX30 with total of 3.25"(1.25" table + 2" table Frame) thickness. The brackets which comes along with the net did not fit my table. Now Megaspin has corrected the description of Net. I am in communication with Magaspin rep and they have agreed to refunding me for the net. Hence 4 stars.
I did read through the instructions and the assembly seems to be very easy.
Telescoping Pick up net.
This is not as good as the pingpong buddy being sold on the Megaspin. It just came with the bundle so no complaints. Does not work as effective.
Thanks for your feedback! We were not aware that Catch Net does not work with that particular table. It is an old model that we do not carry. We have updated our Catch Net description accordingly. Thank you!
Sometimes I've had trouble figuring out how the controls work but I'm getting better at using the machine.
I am very pleased with the purchase of this. I think it's a fantastic investment for the cost. Seems to be a well thought out product and was easy to get started. Was setup and playing in ten minutes. As someone who just wanted to experience some solo gameplay when no one else is around to play I recommend the product for this. It is every bit as consistent I would expect a pricier machine to be. I think there is something to be said about consistently propelling a ball so light and feathery. The wrap around catch net is well constructed and thought out. Moving the iPONG under it and opening the Velcro trapdoor to reload the unit makes time between sessions minimal as can be. Balls are of good quality from what I can tell and have a nice play action. If someone likes ping pong and can't find value in the product for the cost I would say their standards are far too high. I'd recommend it from a beginner to someone highly competitive.
Fun machine. I'm a beginner, so I wish the lowest frequency could be set slower. Having the remote right beside you on the table is really nice along with being able to see what setting you are at on the display screen. For the price it does a good job. Only thing missing is sidespin, but I read that you can even get some of that by raising the machine on one side. Lots of experimentation ahead for me.
perfect for beginners like myself. Easy to setup and take down. Plenty of variety in spin and speed. Get the bundle!. The net is a must!
For the price this is not a horrible robot. However, you are supposed to be able to put 100 balls in this thing. While they do fit once you turn the robot on and it start to feed balls, balls start falling our of the top. So, it doe not really hold 100 balls. If you use the plastic foot to angle the unit up, or down, this limits the capacity even further.
When turning the robot on the first 3-5 balls as basically wasted. They either dribble out, or fly out and hit the wall. The last few balls act up as well. So, best case you can have about 85 balls to hit during any one session. Angle it up, or down and that number drops. That, and having balls fall out the top and bounce all over the table is a bit of a distraction.
Overall it works okay, especially for the price. However, I wanted to spend my time hitting balls, not filling up a robot that only holds 65-85 balls depending on how it is set up. I wish it would of actually held 100 balls in all situations.
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