Power Pong 3001 w/72 balls
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The Power Pong 3001 ball machine has stronger motors than previous models and 99 memory slots, You may save different types of drills in each memory slots. Each drill may include simple or highly advanced drills with no spin, underspin, sidespin and topspin combinations. This is also one of the few designs with 10 Cluster memory slots, and able to store and play up to 33 different types of drills in each cluster. You may play these drills one after the other or randomly giving the user real-time game experience.
A unique robot design for realistic play
By far the best innovation of the last few years in the area of table tennis ball machines is the affordable three-wheel design robot developed by LCS Ltd. in Hungary. This company is the sole developer and manufacturer of this technology and also makes Amicus robots for Butterfly. LCS Ltd. is continuously working on upgrades, and these upgrades will be available to Power Pong models when available.
Comparing the three-wheel design with the one- or two-wheel designs of other manufacturers, the three-wheel design with its outstanding ball placement system is a superior solution for delivering realistic drills with different types of serves, different amounts of spin and speed combinations than the one- or two-wheel designs made by other companies.
What makes this design exceptional is the leading technology that turns the wheels quickly forward or backward, and increases or decreases the speed of the wheels in order to produce different types and different amounts of spin and speed combinations. It is able to deliver serves with different amounts of underspin, sidespin and topspin one after the other or randomly.
It produces much heavier topspin shots and underspin/sidespin serves than any other design on the market.
The user-friendly control panel with the touch of a button makes it easy to increase or decrease the amount of speed, spin, and height of each shot and to set up combination drills suitable for both novice and high-level players.
Power Pong robots are made by the same Hungarian manufacturer that makes robots for other brands like Butterfly. In fact, their models map to Butterfly's (Power Pong 3001 is comparable to Amicus Professional and Power Pong 5000 is comparable to Amicus Prime). Power Pong robots come with an excellent warranty and are supported by reliable US-based technical support service.
3-Year Parts and Labor Warranty Power Pong offers 3 years parts and labor warranty and that includes a 1-day fix or replace service. In the very rare case when something would go wrong Power Pong will fix or replace your machine and send it back to you within 24 hours after receiving it. Warranty does not cover misuse of product.
10-Day Return Policy Power Pong robots can be returned within 10 days, no questions asked. A restocking fee of 15% of the robot price will apply. Returned robots must be in the original package in clean resalable condition.
Parts are guaranteed to be available within 5 years of purchase.
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Reviews of Power Pong 3001 w/72 balls (1)
The Power Pong 3000 was my 4th and I hope final robot purchase. So far I am pretty happy with it. it is basically the same as the Amicus Pro with some very minor differences. I have had it for about a month and it has been great. I love how I can program a drill with 3-4 different topspin balls all to the forehand side of the table. All with a slight difference in placement, speed and spin. I can then set the drill to random+RANDOM mode and it will vary the type of ball as well as the placement of each type of ball. The only thing missing from training with a real person is the fact that you do not see the movement of the bat and the impact with the ball.
It took a little bit to get used to how to program the drills, and the clusters of drills, but it is not too bad. I am very happy with this purchase. Mine came with 72 Nittaku J-Top balls, but no bag. I would rather have the balls then the bag.
Every once in a while the placement of the balls seems off. It will start to throw all of balls say, 2-3 feet to the left. A quick reboot resolves the problem. It does not happen very often. Once every 3-4 times that I use it.
I have tried the iPong V300 which worked barely ok. Had a number of issues with it and returned it. Then bought a Huipang JTA robot and that works well. It has limited features and the spin is not realistic (no looping ball flight, which is true of most robots) but for the price it works great.
Especially compared to the V300. I then tried the Robo-Pong 350Xl and I had too many issues with that. See my review on that robot for more details. So far, this has been the best of them all. I almost bought the new Amicus Prime, but with the bluetooth issues that I experienced with the Robo-Pong 350XL I decided to stay away from the Prime.
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