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Helpful Aid August 18, 2016
Reviewer: Valerie Hall from RAVENNA, OH United States  
But for a few issues I love using the rebounder.  I've had it awhile now and the net is still too tight, twists the frame and cannot get all the clips on.  It has stretched and ruined some of the clips and I need replacements which I do not see offered here.  I'm going to use some wire ties in the corners to stabilize it but then the portability is even worse.  It cannot be considered portable because it takes too much time to put together especially with only one person.  I hope it holds up in the elements because I have to leave it set up outside.  Overall I enjoy using it.

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bouncing clips May 19, 2016
Reviewer: robert redmond from flippin, AR United States  
I am using net for pickleball practice. It rebounds well. The clips are a week link. The net fits very tightly and within the 1st 24 hours 3 of the plastic clips stretched, due to the stress on them, and proceeded to spring off of the frame. I improvised and used zip ties at all of the corners and intersections and it works much better. Also, the ball has hit several of the clips which also caused them to come off of the frame.

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Rebounder Practice Net March 28, 2016
Reviewer: Becky Mathis from Dallas, TX United States  
I love the net and greatly appreciate the help from Pickleball Central in setting it up.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
Rebounder net January 22, 2016
Reviewer: Jan from Phoenix, AZ  
This net is made as a tennis rebounder. I was hoping for a pickleball net that would have a verticle (90 degree) surface at rhe 36 inch mark for dinking practice. The net does work well for hand and eye coordination. The assembly directions are the worst I've seen in all my years of putting new items together. It took a few tries and finnaly came together correctly. PICKLEBALL CENTRAL RESPONSE: Thank you for your feedback on the Rebounder Net.  We will try to work with the manufacturer to improve the instructions.  We agree that it is designed for tennis, but serves adequately for other sports like softball and pickleball.  We don’t know of a rebounder built specifically for pickleball at this time, but we will surely be interested in providing them should a manufacturer start producing them.

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rebounder January 18, 2016
Reviewer: RICK VARLEY from dowell, MD United States  
Where was this all our life...much better than a backboard hung on a fence.

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Just what we wanted May 21, 2015
Reviewer: john cusack from hoffman estates, IL United States  
Good quality. Easy to assemble (i.e., no tools required). One quibble: Mid-net height is closer to tennis regulation height than pickleball. We are leaving it out in the weather/elements because it does not fold for storage in our current outdoor shed. We throw an improvised tarp over it to keep the worst of the rain and tree-fall/debris off the netting. We also use bungee cords to keep it from blowing onto the courts. Insummary: our players use it and like it.

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