SKLZ 360-Degree Tee Batting Trainer

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The SKLZ® 360-degree Tee™ isn't like other traditional batting trainers -- it doesn't just move up and down, it can also swivel in a full circle to reach any spot over the plate. This unique design allows it to simulate inside and outside pitches as well as strikes straight down the middle. It adjusts from 22" to 36", has extended arms on the base for greater stability and is topped with a patented cup to keep the ball securely in place.

Features

  • Tee height adjusts from 22" to 36"
  • Extended arms on plate ensure greater stability
  • Patented cup with an improved design to keep the ball in place
  • Used to develop swing mechanics and proper body positioning for outside, center and inside pitches
  • No tools required for assembly
  • Perfect for solo practice or tee ball games
  • Ball not included

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Broke Quickly

By Eandersonrun

from Tri Cities, WA

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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    • Difficult To Use
    • Not Effective

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      Comments about SKLZ 360-Degree Tee Batting Trainer:

      The tip holding the ball broke at the first practice. Was hit by 10 year old boys.

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