Butterfly Amicus Basic

Butterfly Amicus Basic Robot
Approx. $ 1259 USD
Price $

User Ratings (1)

Features 7.0   
Better than average
Jam Resistance 10.0   
Balls never get jammed!
Durability 10.0   
Never breaks down!
Ease Of Use 10.0   
Very easy to figure out. No manual needed!
Overall 9.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Programmable No
Adjustable Height Yes
Continuous Feed Yes
Wheels 3
Oscillates Yes
Mount Mounted onto Table
The AMICUS table tennis robot from Butterfly is available in 3 models:

Basic, Advance and Professional

They are designed in technology and equipment to worldwide unique levels and for a realistic gaming experience and training.
Depending on the claim, all models are suitable for amateur and professionals players.

For the ex-German national coach and current head coach of the Werner Schlager Academy, Richard Prause, can work with robot, for those who want to learn faster, be a useful addition for the training everyday:

"Working with a robot can be a means of achieving greater success for many players. The increased amount of ball contacts and exercises leads to a greater level of precision, footwork and technique."
Amicus Robot - Everyday Training

The advantages of all models:
- comfortable to transport, quick to build, easy to use
- Only approx. 6 kg (13.2 lbs)
- Amicus bag included
- 100 Balls per Minute
- 4-level height adjustment
- Head with 3 rollers - for variable Topspin, Backspin, Sidespin and No Spin
- Speed, spin and placement can be regulated directly on the control panel
- Two year warranty

The Basic model features:
- 6 balls per exercise with different position
- Spin, Speed and Trajectory adjustable
- Random function - balls with a natural scattering

Reviews (1)

Equipojones  on 4/25/2015

Upgraded from Nerwgy 2050 to this and the difference in real game shot-like production (because of the three spin wheels) and machine quality are hugely improved with this machine. Because trajectory can be controlled on the remote, I have no reason the walk to the other side of the table. I'd have liked to see a countdown option included in the basic version, though (eg, auto stops after 150 balls).

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