benxx on 7/23/2013
After my ordeal with the Joola (my first review) I bought this one used and it didn't disappoint. The robot stands on four wheels and is carted very easily in position. Lock the wheels, unclip the retrieval net, put the powerplug in and click the remote in an included clamp. Flight paths are very stable, side spin is possible as are back and topspin and all those three combined. There are 9 different speed levels and 9 frequency levels. The robot retrieves the balls from his own net and after 3 months never ever jammed. Oscillation goes smoothly, you can even switch to a random oscillation so that the balls come out all over the place.
Any negative points? A few like:
It's noisy, but with all those balls running through the machine it's unavoidable I guess.
You have to adjust the spin head manually so you can't practice with variable spin on the balls in one drill. For people who want to have a serious physical and technical workout in one it's probably better to splash out 500$ more for the master version. Overall I am very satisfied with this robot. I'll try to write an update in a few months.