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Penn Titanium Heavy Duty 12 Cans

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Penn Titanium Heavy Duty 12 Cans

MSRP $49.95
Our Price: $34.99

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Hard Court. Technology isn't just for golfers! The titanium in the core and seams of Penn's revolutionary new ball creates stronger molecular bonds in the rubber. The result is a ball that holds its pressure and keeps its liveliness longer than regular ball.

Each can contains 3 tennis balls.

Item #: 020025
Style #: 521031
Ball Quantity : 36 Balls
Composition: Felt
Color : Yellow
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Penn Titanium Heavy Duty 12 Cans
 
5.0

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5.0

Good Value

By Wilson

from K-town, TX

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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Pros

  • Durable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Recreation

    Comments about Penn Titanium Heavy Duty 12 Cans:

    I grab a can and they usually work well for competition for a couple of weeks to a month, at which time they become practice balls.

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    5.0

    Very durable cover and bounce

    By Mom of competitive junior player

    from Southlake, Texas

    About Me Competitive Athlete

    Pros

    • Durable
    • Good Bounce
    • Great Feel
    • Spins Easily

    Cons

    • Wears Easily

    Best Uses

      Comments about Penn Titanium Heavy Duty 12 Cans:

      Bought 48 cans of these balls back in September that I opened in two "waves". My son is a 16U superchamp player in Texas and we are blessed to have been able to build a court a little over a year ago and have a ball machine. I got the Tretorn Micro X balls in May to use in the ball machine, which we used for a while, but by September, he thought those had lost too much felt and bounce. (I did some objective testing and I think he is full of it, but his coach said they have a little different feel). I got these to use in the ball machine and to keep in a ball hopper to practice serves, strokes, etc. I opened the first set in September, and we used them without a problem till late January, being careful to bring them inside after each use to make sure they weren't exposed to our extreme Texas heat or cold or rain. By January, they seemed like they were getting a bit worn, so I marked them all with an X and cracked open the other 24 cans. It is May and we are still using those January balls (and occasionally even the September balls if I need to fill up the ball machine), so in my book that is pretty decent. These balls seem very durable both as far as their covers and their bounce and they have been subjected to quite a lot of hitting.

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      • Q:

        Are these pressurized or pressureless balls?
        Asked on 3/18/2014 by Serena

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          A:

          The Penn Titanium Tennis balls are pressurized.

          Answered on 3/19/2014 by Louie from Holabird Sports
      • Q:

        Are these balls recommended for hard courts or clay courts or both?
        Asked on 2/26/2012 by Anonymous

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          A:

          These tennis balls are made with heavy duty felt which is recommended for play on hard courts.

          Answered on 2/28/2012 by Ryan from Holabird Sports
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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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