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Gamma Hi-Rise Gold 75 Tennis Ball Hopper

by Gamma
74 customer reviews

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  • A professional grade ball pick-up designed for maximum durability and everyday use by teaching pros and players alike
  • Constructed of heavy gauge carbon steel wires with reinforced side welds for added strength and rigidity
  • Floating wires at the ball openings make ball entry easier and eliminate welds that can fatigue and break
  • The basket and handles are coated with an extra durable Gold polyester coating for added protection
  • The handles fold down and clip to the side wires to stand the basket at fingertip height
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Product Description

The Gamma® professional grade Ballhopper® Hi-Rise Gold™ 75 boasts a unique hexagonal basket shape constructed of heavy gauge carbon steel wires with reinforced side welds for added strength and rigidity. A durable Gold polyester coating on the basket and handles offers added protection, and the "floating" wires at the ball openings help make ball entry easier.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 27 x 16 x 12 inches ; 15 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 15 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000MKQ23W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #85,483 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Rotor 14 on February 19, 2011
Color: Gold Verified Purchase
Definitely worth the little extra money. This hopper has heavy gage reinforces wires making it very sturdy and durable; not flimsy like the Wilson or cheaper versions of this same brand. The handles design allows you to quickly lock the handles down or bring them up for pick-up. Very sturdy with the handles locked down. Additionally, the handles can quickly be attached or detached for transportability. Has an attached lid to keep balls from spilling during transportation or storage. I've had mine 6 months and use it about two times a week; it shows no signs of wear and tear. Consider this if you are looking for a hopper: Gamma High Rise Gold = unit cost + no tax + free shipping. Wilson = unit cost + no tax + shipping. Purchasing the High Rise Gold was one of the better purchases I made on buying tennis equipment this year.
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21 of 27 people found the following review helpful By K. Berlyn on February 9, 2009
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After reading the reviews, I bought this hopper. The price is great and it felt pretty solid as I assembled it, but then noticed that the top lid does not latch down or close tightly. This is a problem because if you put this in the car and it tilts over... all the balls will come out. Second issue is the handles/legs when folded upward for carrying have no latch to keep them together. When I first attached the handles/legs then sat it in the carrying position, about 10 seconds later one of the handles fell down and broke my dog's bowl on the floor. I knew right then that it had to go back. I am now looking for one with a tight lid and a latch for the handles. Hope this helps you :)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By JSC on November 27, 2011
Color: Gold Verified Purchase
This gold-colored ballhopper seems to made out of strong material. The handles don't come apart during transition to standing legs (like Gamma's cheaper models), and doesn't flex while carrying the hopper. The "bearings" help the legs to stay in place well enough. The cover is a bit lose but can be bent a bit to become tighter. Overall this Gold model is a bit heavier than cheaper model (Hi-Rise 80), but it's a worthy trade-off.

Speaking of the cheaper model Gamma's Hi-Rise 80 hopper, my advise is don't get it. It's flimsy and the steel wire frames seem like plastic. It's worth paying a bit more for this more robust model.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ponder on April 11, 2009
The gamma unit is well built. I have had zero problems with the lid closing tightly. Even if it was problematic...it would only require minor metal bending to correct the issue. While it does not have a latch to keep the legs together,in the upright position, a simple twist tie or Velcro tie does the trick.

My concern is based on how often one switches from freestanding to pickup. The unit is secure when standing, but I did not enjoy the process of switching from standing to pickup. The legs sometimes lock well in the standing position, to the point they are slightly difficult to unlock. The unit holds about 60 balls, which ended up requiring 4-5 switches per hour. This depends on what you are working on, but in my case I decided I rather buy a second ball hopper and ended up using the gamma gold 75 as mainly a ball holder. Gamma Pro Gold 85 Tennis Ball Hopper Conversely, if you pick the 85 ball hopper then you lack a stand/cart. Simply a question of buying the right unit or units for how you play. Ordering the two units work well, but others might prefer a stand alone hopper and a ball cart, or a larger single hopper.Gamma Whopper (140) Ball Hopper

If you feel you need something a little more durable. Consider looking for a hoag hopper. They are a little heavier and cost a bit more. The gold hopper do tend to be worth the price difference over the regular gammas(20ish versus 30ish).
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Robert Bellmaine on July 3, 2008
Color: Gold
I am a USPTA pro in Texas, and this is the best hopper I've found for my youth clinics. It's light, and holds more balls the the 50 ball aluminum hopper. And the kids can handle it to stand up for feeding their own balls. I like it better than tubes.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Edmond B. Pare on August 5, 2008
Very well designed and sturdy pickup hopper. The steel wire frame is rigid enough that this hopper should be able to take some abuse and not deform over time. Floating wires at the bottom of the basket enable balls to easily enter; and, nylon rollers on the bottom sides of the basket protect the court surface. Received this from FogDog within a couple of days.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Arthur H. Pearl on June 3, 2012
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Pros:
*beautiful durable gold anodized finish
*stand snap-locks so won't collapse under load
*balls effortlessly slide through cage bottom
*hopper can be rolled

Cons:
*no snap to keep handles together in carry mode
*handles interfere with cover can't be opened with handles in carry mode therefore balls can only load from bottom

YES, I would buy or recommend.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By BH in Sacramento, CA on September 30, 2012
Color: Gold Verified Purchase
Gamma Hi-Rise Gold 75 Tennis Ball Hopper

PRO:
>solid, thoughtfully-designed, & lightweight
>never falls over, even if only 1 of the 2 steel balls on each leg gets "locked-on"
>handles never pinch my hand when picking up balls---just hold `em together tight
>balls readily enter between bottom slats when picking up, but never fall out again
>legs lock-onto bottom easily: just pull the leg out & away & gravity does the rest (see "***" below)
>holds at least 60 balls ----haven't tested how many more it'll take

CON: Nothing significant

I almost gave this 5 stars (see below). I got it from Amazon on 7/11/12 & have been using it often and REALLY HAPPY with it ever since. I had an "antique" hopper before this, which must've been made of iron---it weighed a ton. This one is much lighter and has tapered sides that make it fit more easily in my often-crowded car trunk. We live about one long block from the court where I practice and, one day when the car was in the shop, I EASILY carried this hopper on my shoulder to the court.

The lid works great. I can insert balls easily even when the legs/handles are UP. One of the "hooks" (that act as hinges) sometimes comes off and pliers would easily pinch it tighter so it wouldn't come off, but it's effortless to pop it back in place so I haven't bothered. The lid's clasp works perfectly: I never have balls all over my car trunk because it's on its side, as I did with my old hopper.

Unit comes with handles separate. I had no problem attaching them, but this quote from another reviewer helped: "The handles go between the uprights, so the ends go fully into their slots.
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