Heater Baseball/Softball Combo Pitching Machine with Auto Feeder

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The Heater Combo baseball/softball pitching machine from Trend Sports is the ideal machine for all aspects of on-field training. The variable speed function allows for pitches between 15 and 60 miles per hour, great for improving your hitting, developing muscle memory, and raising batting averages. Additionally, the combo can be adjusted to throw balls for fielding and catcher's drills.

Features



  • 12 second automatic ball feeder included
  • Durable 10" air filled tire
  • Powerful 1/4 horse DC motor
  • Variable speed control from 15-60 mph
  • Pitches baseball and 11" & 12" softballs
  • Pitches baseballs up to 60 mph
  • Pitches 11" softballs up to 58 mph, 12" softballs up to 56 mph

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Trend SportsHeater Baseball/Softball Combo Pitching Machine with Auto Feeder
 
3.3

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5.0

i am going too keep on buying it

By val

from san diego, ca

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Hithard
  • Holds Gear Well
  • Improves Performance
  • Protective
  • Stylish

Cons

  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Softball

Comments about Trend Sports Heater Baseball/Softball Combo Pitching Machine with Auto Feeder:

can it hit you?????????

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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1.0

Great design but poor manufacturing

By Chris

from Thousand Oaks, CA

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Reviewer

Pros

    Cons

    • Flimsy
    • Poor Quality

    Best Uses

      Comments about Trend Sports Heater Baseball/Softball Combo Pitching Machine with Auto Feeder:

      Machine is well designed but poorly constructed [...]. Several plastic components were broken, the manufacturer's packing is flimsy for a machine of this weight. The instruction manual contains errors. The paint coating on the body is very thin and easily scratched. Overall unlikely to last a season.

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      4.0

      Good Machine

      By Old Ball Dad

      from Phoenix, AZ.

      About Me Competitive Athlete

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Baseball
          • Softball

          Comments about Trend Sports Heater Baseball/Softball Combo Pitching Machine with Auto Feeder:

          This is a very good starter machine for younger kids. I have a 9 year old softball player and a 4 year old future baseball player. Perfect for the softball players 10u and up to JV high school or so. The lowest setting is little fast for my son, but I think he could hit off if it by 6 years old. Although, he wants in there, I will probably soft pitch to him for another year or more. As with any pitching machine, dimple balls should be used. I ran some 11" softballs balls through the machine and it scuffed them up pretty good and ripped up one of them. Just picked up 3 dozen slightly used dimple sofballs from[...] for $42 bucks. They work great. It's pretty easy to setup, change settings and not heavy at all. Time will tell on it's durablity. Plan on using it 4 or 5 times a weeks through the season, so we'll see. I haven't used the feeder yet, but I did hook it up and it seemed to work fine.

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