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Franklin MLB Baseball Infinite Angle Return Trainer

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Franklin MLB Baseball Infinite Angle Return Trainer
Get your favorite sports fanatic the MLB Baseball Infinite Angle Return Trainer by Franklin. Set up is hassle free with the easy-click assembly buttons. Made with tubular steel for rigidity, it features a heavy-duty 30-ply PE net that can be used in all weather. The target ribbon designates the strike zone to aid in focus and training. The infinite-angle design allows you to adjust for fly balls, line drives, or any other return training.
  • Infinite angle return trainer
  • Setup is hassle-free with easy-click assembly buttons
  • Measures 52"W x 72"H
  • Made from 1.3" tubular steel for stability
  • 30-ply PE net is crafted from heavy-duty materials
  • Target ribbon designates strike zone to aid in focus and training
  • Infinite-angle design allows you to adjust for fly balls, line drives, or any other return training.
  • Assembly required
  • Measures 52"W x 72"H
  • Weighs 18.6 lbs
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90-Day Warranty

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Franklin MLB Baseball Infinite Angle Return Trainer
 
2.0

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2.0

Breaks easily, junk equipment

By Chase

from Temecula, ca

Pros

  • Easy To Set Up
  • Easy To Use

Cons

  • Breaks easily
  • Not Effective
  • Weak Framing

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    Comments about Franklin MLB Baseball Infinite Angle Return Trainer:

    I bought this product over the others because the manager said it was "stronger and wont break". After setting it up, the frame was not stable in any way, and the wind was nearly blowing it over due to its lightweight material. Unfortunately, missing the net usually involves damaging the frame with dents and making it off balance, also making it not returnable. For the money I spent I should have just built one myself.

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