Butterfly Amicus 3000 Plus

Butterfly Amicus 3000 Plus Robot
Approx. $ 2899 USD
Price $

User Ratings (4)

Features 8.8   
Tons of useful features!
Jam Resistance 6.8   
Rarely gets jammed
Durability 6.3   
Lasts a long time before any breaking down
Ease Of Use 6.3   
Easy to use
Overall 9.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Programmable Yes
Adjustable Height Yes
Continuous Feed Yes
Wheels 2
Oscillates Yes
Mount Full-size Self-standing
The Butterfly Amicus 3000 Plus robot offers a wide range of capabilities designed to improve your game.

Features of the Amicus 3000 Plus:

* The AFC (Automatic Frequency Control) function simulates a "Real Game Experience", when drilling between topspin and underspin.

* Memory storage that can store up to 99 separate routines.

* Adjustable height that allows balls to shoot from different trajectories.

* Contols to set spin, speed and distance, ball position, and ball feed frequency.

* Side mount is now included (save $81.99).

* Collection net and remote switch.

* One Gross of 40mm Butterfly 3-Star balls (save $179.99).

* Ball Amigo (save $19.99).

* Price includes freight charges (save $$$).

* Operators manual in plain and easy to read English.

* Most replacement parts in stock so there is no waiting on an international shipment to clear customs.

* North America’s only factory certified technician to answer all of your questions and repair needs.

Reviews (2)

Austin  on 9/15/2011

Roberto  on 6/7/2011

Our clubs 3000 Plus broke down in the first few minutes and we had to wait months to get it back from the repair shop. The features are great, you can select a no spin ball to a massive spin ball any length or direction. You can program it to simulate an opponent. A great machine, when it is working but it is very expensive compared to Newgy 2050 which does less but is more reliable and much cheaper.

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