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SAM P1 Value

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SAM P1 Value

MSRP $1,300.00
Our Price: $1,099.00

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The SAM P1 Value tennis ball machine features manual elevation control from ground to lob for enhanced training and practice. The adjustable ball feed control ranges from 2-7 seconds. Manufactured and assembled by American workers in Ohio.

  • Ball hopper fits more than 250 balls.
  • Controllable ball speed from 15-85 mph.
  • Adjustable ball spin includes flat, top, and back.
  • Random oscillation with choice of narrow or wide.
  • Triple oscillation with depth variables.

2 Year Warranty - Parts & Labor (Unless Misused)
1 Year Warranty - Battery

Item #: 500156
Style #: PRN-100
Oscillation : Horizontal, Random
Speed: 15-85 mph
Spin: Topspin, Backspin
Feed Rate: 2-7 seconds
Battery Life: 5-7 hours
Ball Capacity: 250 balls
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  • Q:

    Can you use regular tennis balls with this machine? The specifications do not make mention of this. I recently purchased a Lobster model and do not like using the pressureless tennis balls as I believe they cause more strain and they have injured my elbow and my son's shoulder.
    Asked on 2/24/2013 by F. Guer from Austin, Tx

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    • A:

      The SAM P1 can be used with regular tennis ball, without issue.

      Answered on 2/25/2013 by Community Answer from None
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Yes, regular tennis balls will work with this machine. Even though pressureless tennis balls are heavier than normal tennis balls, they are usually recommended for ball machines because they provide a more consistent feed. When you use conventional, pressurized tennis balls some will have more or less pressure than others so the ball machine's feed won't be as consistent.

      Answered on 2/26/2013 by Ryan from Holabird Sports
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