PowerNet Baseball and Softball Practice Net 7 x 7 with bow frame
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- Highly Rated: More than 95% 4 star and 5 star reviews
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- Used and Endorsed by Pro Baseball Players ORLANDO ARCIA, JOSE OSUNA, GORKYS HERNANDEZ and EDUARDO ESCOBAR
- PROVEN DURABILITY- LIFETIME WARRANTY - LIFETIME PARTS REPLACEMENT
- Setup takes just 2 minutes
- Use for Baseball Softball hitting, fielding, pitching, soft toss, even as a backstop!
- Includes: 7x7 net, red canvas carry bag
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7x7 Practice Net
The PowerNet performs hit after hit, allowing maximum reps
in limited space. Don't stop at just hitting into the net-- the huge
7x7 size acts as a pitching backstop while a player works off the
mound. Can be used with real baseballs, softballs and even
weighted balls. All balls hit or thrown into the net, stay in the net!
Tested for durability by organizations around the nation as well as
professional baseball players. Use both indoors and outdoors--
each leg has rubber feet for added stability.
Our nets can be set up anywhere in as little as 2 minutes. With the included instructions, anybody can do it. Quick hook loops and velcro straps make it easy— no tools required.
Team or Solo Training
This bundle works great for solo backyard practice or in a team setting. Tough and reliable, expect the PowerNet to work as hard as you do.
Carry Bag Included
Made with heavy duty canvas. Generous straps allow for easy shoulder carry. Dual zippers for added convenience. Easily fits in a trunk or back seat.
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I am the head coach of a 14U travel team and own three Bownets.
For Christmas this past year my wife thought she would surprise me with another Bownet because at the time I only owned two and had been saying I would like to get a couple more but instead of buying the one with the built in sock net she bought the flat net which I did not like. I had already decided I was going to order another Bownet and buy a replacement net for the one my wife bought me so I would have four nets.
While I was getting ready to buy the replacement net I noticed the Powernet and took a look at it. To me it looked just like a bownet except it was red instead of orange. I read the reviews and looked at the pictures and because it was $50 cheaper than an actual Bownet I decided to buy one and the Bownet replacement net. I figured if it sucked I would still have three Bownets. I ended up paying around $175 for both the Powernet and the Bownet replace the net. Around a fifty dollar savings from what I planned to spend.
After unboxing the Powernet I was surprised to see that the actual net itself was really nice. To me it was equal to or better than the Bownet net.
The bottom frame is different than the Bownets in that the tubing doesn't seem to be the same thickness and the snap buttons are cheaper. This doesn't mean that it's crappy, just that it is not the same materials. It sets up exactly the same and feel sturdy.
The four fiberglass poles seem to be jus a slight bit thicker diameter than Bownets but work exactly the same.
After setting it up I felt it was basically the same as the Bownet but $50 dollars cheaper. My daughter thought it was a Bownet just red.
We took it out back hit some balls into it and so far haven't had any real problems.
I will say though I don't know if it's because the bottom tubing if the frame is a little lighter or if the "legs" don't extend out as far as the Bownet but after the sock has about 15 or so balls in it my daughters hits would actually lift the the front off the ground as if it would tip over. I've never really had that happen with one of the Bownets. Other than that little tidbit the net worked great and has continued to so far.
Basically a Chinese copycat Bownet.
Seem to be the same materials (except the bottom frame which to me was not a big deal), same design and same results as a Bownet but $50 cheaper. I like it and am glad I took a shot and bought it.
We've set up and disassembled the net about 50 times so far and it shows no signs of wear whatsoever. The rods still connect tightly, the net seams are intact, and the base is tight fitting and true to form.
The legs are durable and keep the net steady. It came with stakes, but my son is a small 13 year old, so he's able to take swings from the tee into the net without staking it down. If and when the time comes that we need to stake it, we'll purchase better stakes, as the ones that are included are pretty flimsy. That's literally my only complaint, and a small one at that.
The carrying case is convenient and large enough that it can hold a few extra items, like the top portion of the batting tee, a rubber mallot for the stakes, and an extra bat.
Overall, I enthusiastically recommend the PowerNet practice net. It has been a great addition to our practice regimen.