ATEC Power Streak Baseball / Softball Training Machine, 110-Volt
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- Made in USA or Imported
- Innovative design allows for quick and easy adjustments
- Includes baseball, softball and mini ball retainers and chutes
- Innovative design of legs converts to baseball or softball
- Exclusively uses Tuffy SFT and Tuffy SFT Supersoft balls for indoor/outdoor
- Includes 3 SFT softballs, 3 SFT baseballs, 10 mini balls and a training manual
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ATEC Power Streak Baseball / Softball Training Machine
The Power Streak brings pro-level training right into your backyard. The Power Streak will throw SFT baseballs and softballs, making any space, indoors or out, the perfect practice space for hitting or defensive drills. The Power Streak gives you the ability to set the machine up at practice and work on pop-ups to infielders and then seamlessly turn around and work on bunting curveballs. Lightweight and durable, parents can take the machine from the backyard, out to the field, with ease.
- Includes Mini-Ball chute and retainer and baseball and softball retainers and chutes
- Includes 3 SFT baseballs, 3 SFT softballs & 10 Mini-Balls
- Recovery Time: 6-8 secs
- Machine Weight: 30 lbs.
- Speed Range: 30-60 mph
- 1 year limited warranty
- Power Supply: 110V, AC, 1/4 hp. Generator Use: 600w CD.
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Top customer reviews
The only bad thing I have found so far is the swivel head to throw curves doesn’t lock well so it slips around. Because I’m just using it in my backyard and the Atec Power Strike was $100 less than the Jugs Light Flight I will keep it and buy 4 dozen balls with the savings. But if I ever buy another foam ball machine I will buy the Jugs Light Flight unless Atec changes the design.
I bought 3 dozen additional balls and that seems pretty good. You can use tennis balls too but that means your windows may get broken.
Ive used this machine since my kids were 8 yrs old, they now play 14U ball and this machine is still every bit as effective. Balls are hard enough that you can judge solid contact, which should be your only objective, but soft enough that no one will get hurt. Ideal for indoor (gymnasium) practices but just as useful/effective in the yard or field, which frankly is where I use this most.
Only issue is the balls do eventually wear out but I frankly have 1000s of pitches on each ball and only my original 12 balls are basically not all that useful anymore. they tend to act different than the newer balls, which i also actually like for the variation. I do not recommend the softer balls, suggest the harder balls for indoor and ourdoor applications.
Also recommend the harder baseball sized balls over the softballs. They are cheaper, the machine can throw them faster, and frankly speaking it is more challenging for the kids to hit well (enhances their vision - seeing the ball).
It can launch the balls very fast (~60mph)
We hit a few kids 10 yards away and though it stung, it hurt less then a paintball. So i could see this being a great tool for baseball practices.
You can shoot multiple brands of balls. Here is how they performed in order, from best to worst JUGZ-Perfect for this machine, came out the fastest. ATEC-3 come with the machine, they shoot ok, but the JUGZ were way better. POWERSTREAK balls, the fast balls didn't really work (the white ones), but the orange ones work quite well. They don't shoot as far as the JUGZ. TENNIS BALLS performed similarly to the orange powerstreak balls. Lastly we used a variation of balls we found at the dollar tree/walmart, they were foam so they shot out fast, but didn't go more then 15/20 yards.
Adjustable Speed is nice, you can rapid fire and change the angle of attack
Great for dodgeball or american gladiators
I wish there was better adjustments for angling it up and down. We built a handle thing for it and that made things a lot easier.
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