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SKLZ SKLZ Bullet Ball

The SKLZ Bullet Ball accurately measures velocities up to 120 mph.
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Customer Recommendation50%1 out of 2reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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Review 1 for SKLZ Bullet Ball

Not what I thought

12/08/2014
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I purchased this item for my son. He is an active baseball player. I thought it would be fun for him to capture his pitching speed. However, neither I or his father found it not easy to set up. Once set up it did not work.
Recommends this product? No
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Review 2 for SKLZ Bullet Ball

A good product for the money

09/20/2010
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I had this type of "radar ball" in the past that only lasted a year due to the battery dying. This battery is replaceable (a great feature). This ball is much easier to use than the others. My son is 13 and the ball comes pre-set for 60.6. The only other option I believe though is for Little League (46'?). Very easy to setup and throw and after 100 or so pitches still reads perfectly every time. His fastball is 60, change-up 50 so we know the speed is measuring correctly. BTW - even Sklz customer service said there is no difference between this ball and the $22 ball Walmart sells? Strange they said it must be the packaging though. KidsLoveTraveldotcom
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Recommends this product? Yes
Age:45 - 54
Gender:Male
Ownership:1 week or less
Usage:Once per week
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Buy It- You wont regret it!
Posted 07/19/2011
I recently had my pitch speed clocked on a radar gun. When I used this ball at 46 feet just two weeks later, the reading was just one MPH slower than the radar gun's reading. I figure that this is because the radar gun was measuring the ball two feet from my release point. When the ball first leaves a pitchers hand, it is traveling about seven MPH faster than when it crosses the plate 60.5 feet away. It only took me about ten minutes to figure out how to use it. The only confusion you might have is the distance it must be thrown from. It must be thrown from exactly 46' or 60' 6''. The SKLZ Bullet Ball is a great product for an extremely reasonable price!
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