The Spinfire Pro 2 is a revolutionary new ball machine providing unique features not offered by similar machines. Most notably, Spinfire offers internal oscillation generally only seen on more expensive machines. Its stylish design allows for a 200 ball capacity while also being extremely portable and compact for storage. Feature packed, it includes a
9 function remote, triple oscillation, 2 line drill (3 settings - wide, medium & narrow), extreme spin, LCD display, membrane touch panel and more!
Internal Oscillation: Most ball machines oscillate from side to side by moving the whole body of the machine, which is slow and also has the added disadvantage of telegraphing the delivery to the user. This machine oscillates internally and moves much more quickly making it far less predictable. 9 button remote control: Included is a remote control which can control feed on/off, horizontal oscillation wide/medium/off, vertical oscillation on/off, 2 line drill wide/medium/narrow/off, elevation up/down and horizontal left/right. In addition to these buttons, it can also "pause" the machine causing it to switch to a sleep mode to conserve battery while the balls are being collected. Counter rotating wheels:
Counter rotating wheels are the most silent and effective method of ball propulsion. This design combined with Spinfire's "extreme grip" throwing wheels allows for maximum topspin and slice.
Horizontal & vertical oscillation: This machine is capable or oscillating (sweeping) horizontally, giving you random forehands & backhands. This can be done for the full width of the singles court, or, if you'd like to make things a bit easier, you can turn on the "medium" setting. It can also oscillate vertically which will give you variation in depth. Lastly, you can combine both horizontal (wide or medium) and vertical oscillation to give you waht is often referred to as "triple oscillation". This will feed balls randomly around the court, varying the width and depth for a very realistic playing pattern. Portability The Spinfire series of ball machines allow for the hopper to be reversed to neatly cover the machine making it very compact. The solid wheels and handle allow you to easily move the machine. The handle is stored underneath the machine and extends when required.
Two line drill: The Spinfire Pro 2 offers completely random hitting but also offers this two line drill feature. Once set, the balls will no longer be random, instead, you will receive alternating forehands and backhands. It can be set to either "narrow", "medium" or "wide" to vary the degree of difficulty. You can also set the timing between each ball. Many consumers are confused about this feature, so we try to explain it by asking you to imagine your coach yelling "forehand, backhand, forehand, backhand, forehand..." as he/she feeds balls to each side of you. The "wide" setting will make you run from side to side, whereas the "narrow" setting allows you to remain in the middle of the court without much sideways movement required between alternating shots. The "medium" setting is half way between and is a good way to test your footwork and endurance without pushing you too hard. Extreme Spin: Spinfire's "extreme grip" throwing wheels can provide very heavy topspin & slice. Of course, you can always set the spin to much easier levels for more realistic practice.
Spinfire Pro 2
32km/h - 130km/h
Yes - Topspin & Slice
Ball Feed S/I
2 to 15 seconds
Groundstroke to lob
Yes (wide & medium)
Yes - 9 buttons
2 Line Drill
Yes (wide, medium & narrow)
LCD display and membrane touch panel: The control panel on the Spinfire has a back lit LCD menu showing settings for ball interval, speed, spin and elevation level. The membrane touch panel has a strong aesthetic appeal and is easy to use. It also includes a 4 bar battery indicator. Calibration: Utilising infrared sensors, the Spinfire Pro 2 will calibrate itself before every use, allowing you to line up the machine to the centre of the court. When turning off horizontal or vertical oscillation the machine will calibrate itself back to its original position. Memory: After spending time learning your favourite settings and inputting them into the machine, it's nice to know that they have been memorised. Each time you turn on the machine it recalls the last settings you were using for interval, speed and spin.
Warranty: The Spinfire series of machines come with an outstanding 3 year warranty in Australia on parts and labour. Furthermore, all shipping costs associated with the repair (both ways) are covered under warranty.
Options: Spinfire offer the following optional extras: Fast Charger - will charge the machine in 3-4 hours instead of 11 hours. The price is $150. Cover - will protect the machine from dust, debris, leaves, etc. It should not be used to leave the machine out on the court in the weather (it is water resistant but not water proof). The machine can still be wheeled while using this cover. The price is $50. Carry Case - this heavy duty carry case will allow you to use the handles to transport the machine to and from your destination. It also includes pockets for storing the remote control and other accessories. It is water resistant, but not water proof. The machine can still be wheeled while using this case. The price is $100.
We are so confident you will love the performance of this machine, that we are offering a Tennis Warehouse Australia 90 day money back guarantee. This means that if within 90 days of your purchase date, you wish to exchange your machine for an alternative brand in our store, we will happily give you a full store credit for the purchase price of your machine. If you simply want your money back and don't wish to purchase a different machine, we offer your money back less a 10% rental fee. Purchaser will pay for any shipping costs unless there is a fault with the machine.
In the diagram above, you can see how balls are randomly fired horizontally across the court to the full width of the singles lines. The depth can be manually set (in this example it's set to hit the baseline), but it will not vary through this drill. This causes the player to move from side to side, with no forward or backward movement. Horizontal Oscillation - Wide: See this feature in our video at 2:17
In this diagram, you can see how balls are randomly fired horizontally across the court but not to the full width of the singles lines (this is easier than the wide version). The depth can be manually set (in this example it's set to hit the baseline), but it will not vary through this drill. This causes the player to move from side to side, with no forward or backward movement. Horizontal Oscillation - Medium:
This diagram shows how vertical oscillation causes the balls to randomly change in depth. The example above is set to fire down the middle of the court, but the position can be varied to anywhere on the court. This drill forces the player to move forward and backward with no horizontal movement. Vertical Oscillation: See this feature in our video at 2:41
This drill combines "horizontal oscillation - wide" and "vertical oscillation" together, giving the player both variation in depth and width (between both singles lines). The player is forced to move in all directions giving them a realistic hitting pattern. This is sometimes referred to as triple oscillation or random. Vertical & Horizontal Oscillation - Wide: See this feature in our video at 3:03
This drill combines "horizontal oscillation - medium" and "vertical oscillation" together, giving the player both variation in depth and width (only a medium width, not all the way to each singles line). The player is forced to move in all directions giving them a realistic hitting pattern but not working them too hard. Vertical & Horizontal Oscillation - Medium:
This is the most difficult version of the 2 line drill, providing the player with alternating forehands and backhands. The wide distance between each shot forces the player to run from side to side which quickly tests their endurance. You can set the timing interval between each shot to make it easier or more difficult. This can also be used when two players are on the court, providing alternating shots to each player. Two Line Drill - Wide: See this feature in our video at 4:16
This is an easier version of the 2 line drill, providing the player with alternating forehands and backhands with less width between each ball. The medium distance between each shot tests the players endurance without pushing too hard. You can set the timing interval between each shot to make it easier or more difficult. This can also be used when two players are on the court, providing alternating shots to each player. Two Line Drill - Medium:
This is one of the most popular drills available. The player will be provided with alternating forehands and backhands with only minimal movement between each shot required. This causes the player to change their grip and footwork between each shot, without causing too much fatigue. Two Line Drill - Narrow: See this feature in our video at 4:48
This is the same as the Two Line Drill - Wide, only this time vertical oscillation has been added. Shots will alternate between wide forehands and backhands (very difficult) but the depth will also vary at the same time, providing shorter balls for the easy put away. This is the most physically challenging drill available. Two Line Drill with Vertical Oscillation - Wide:
This is the same as the Two Line Drill - Medium, only this time vertical oscillation has been added. Shots will alternate between wide forehands and backhands (only a medium width of the court) but the depth will also vary at the same time, providing shorter balls for the easy put away. Two Line Drill with Vertical Oscillation - Medium:
This is the same as the Two Line Drill - Narrow, only this time vertical oscillation has been added. Shots will alternate between forehands and backhands but the depth will also vary at the same time, providing shorter balls for the easy put away. Two Line Drill with Vertical Oscillation - Narrow:
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