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Penn Pressureless Bucket of 48

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Penn Pressureless Bucket of 48

MSRP $72.00
Our Price: $44.95

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Great for beginners! 48 durable PENN Pressureless Balls, great for practice and suitable for all surfaces, come in an easy-to-store convenient carrying bucket.
Item #: 020119
Style #: 521835
Ball Quantity : 48 Balls
Composition: Felt
Color : Yellow
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Penn Pressureless Bucket of 48
 
4.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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      4.0

      Best of the bunch

      By Long Beau

      from Richmond, VA

      About Me Competitive Athlete

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Durable
      • Good Bounce

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Professional
        • Recreation

        Comments about Penn Pressureless Bucket of 48:

        I am a 5.5 player and use a Lobster Elite ball machine as my portable backboard when I travel or can't find a hitting partner. I have literally put hundreds of thousands of balls through my machines with revealing results. Regular tournament level tennis balls are only good for pre-competition practice. Ball machines eat them up almost instantly. Not so the new Penn pressureless balls. These Penn pressureless balls are far superior to any other brand I've used in my machines. They keep their felt and true bounce much better than the competition. I like their durability so far, too. Excellent product.

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        5.0

        It serves our purpose well.

        By NRCA

        from Raleigh ,NC

        About Me Competitive Athlete

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Durable

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about Penn Pressureless Bucket of 48:

            This is in our ball serving machine for our high school tennis program.

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            5.0

            Excellent ball for ball machine

            By bobtodd

            from Newport News, VA

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            Pros

            • Durable
            • Good Bounce
            • Spins Easily

            Cons

              Best Uses

                Comments about Penn Pressureless Bucket of 48:

                The balls work well in my Silent Partner ball machine. Good and consistent bounce. Felt is very thick but is thinning through use in the ball machine. Ball is a little heavier than pressure filled balls but it is not significant. Overall very pleased with the quality and value of these balls.

                Service and delivery comments:

                Packaging, shipping and delivery are all top notch. Great job Holabird.

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                • About Penn
                Penn is one of the most recognized names in tennis balls. Penn was started in Jeanette, Pennsylvania in 1910. Since then they have developed some of the most important tennis ball enhancements. Penn was the first to invent pressurized ball cans. Next they invented the first fluorescent yellow tennis balls. In 1973, the USPTA used Pro Penn tennis balls as their official ball. Throughout the past 100 years Penn has made revolutionary discoveries that have continually improved the tennis ball.

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