Jugs Toss Machine
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Jugs Toss Machine

$246.33

(as of 02/04/2017 at 23:00 UTC)

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Product Description

Product Description
The JUGS Toss Machine will automatically toss every 5 seconds. You get hundreds of swings in less than 1/2 an hour. Great for offensive and defensive drills. You only need a small space to use the JUGS Toss Machine (10′ x 10′).

Amazon.com
Practice your hitting stroke from the comfort of your backyard with the Jugs Toss Machine. Designed to hold up to 14 baseballs or 10 softballs, the Toss Machine requires only a small space to use (10 by 10 feet), so you can easily set it up in the gym, basement, or garage if a backyard isn’t available. Even better, it requires no electricity, with an internal rechargeable battery that runs continuously for up to 8 hours on a single charge. Just set it up in front of a backstop and you’re ready to go. Once in position, the Toss Machine throws a ball into the air once every five seconds, helping you develop superior hand-eye coordination and a quick bat. As an alternative, coaches can also use the machine to hit grounders for offensive and defensive drills. The Toss Machine–which weighs just 13 pounds–comes with a free 24-page Toss Machine Book and a Jugs Throw-Down home plate.

The Toss Machine is compatible with baseballs, softballs (11 or 12 inches), Sting-Free balls, dimpled and seamed balls, Lite-Flite balls, Softie small balls, Jugs Pearl balls, and Jugs Bulldog balls.

Features

  • Baseball or softball tossing machine designed to improve hand-eye coordination
  • Holds up to 14 baseballs or 10 softballs; tosses one ball every 5 seconds
  • Internal rechargeable battery runs continuously for up to 8 hours
  • Sets up in any 10-by-10-foot space, including backyards and garages
  • Weighs only 13 pounds; includes home plate and free drill book
Jugs Toss Machine

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