A newly painted 1999 ford ranger. Perfect fit for my newly painted ford.
The ipong sits on the ping pong table and sends servers across the table perfect almost every time. It goes through the balls pretty fast. They're thicker than the regular pingpong ball and the machine doesn't devour them.
It is an excellent robot for the money and it performs exactly as advertised. There are various limitations, but it does the job. Great entry price.
Spin and angle/strength are coupled. The remote cord is long enough to be close to you. It has a remote to adjust speed and curve.
Great for improving forehand and backhand push. Good for testing your chops. Lets me practice my shots and really get good!
This robot is good for a beginner to practice consistency of basic strokes. For a beginner player this is a great tool to practice strokes, and if you're creative you can come up with some footwork drills. You can tinker and tune my strokes.
This is only good for shooting ping pong balls at the family for fun. Sometimes it ejects two balls almost simultaneously and so weakly that they do not reach the bottom of the net. This *barely* spat out the balls.
Black-and-white leaflet provides sparse information about this pricey little toy. Easy to assemble, but as cheaply as it is made, i am not sure it will hold up. Poor quality construction make this a loser.
The power hole in the rear for the ac adapter even is not good and i have to have the cord just right to get the power to stay on. Frustrating to say the least.