you guys need to find a wheeler dealer.
What kinda bat did they send youUpdate: So my pop toss has completely crapped the bed. I cannot get it to pop anything other than 4 seconds. (I swear this has never happened before)
I emailed the pop toss company to see if they could help. They immediately responded. They are sending me a whole new unit and a free bat... not sure what the bat is, but I will take it.
When this thing worked I was starting to really dig it. It actually helped my swing. I like to hit outside pitches and when the ball come inside I tend to get jammed and hit it off the handle a lot. I made some adjustments to what I was doing and noticing I am not getting jammed as much on the inside pitches. I would never have figured that out with a tee.
Are all your softballs the same type?
Do synthetic covers have a higher arc than composite or leather covers?
I am thinking about getting one but still cant decide if its worth the money
Thanks for the info.
Glad it helps you and your swing.
I want to like it. But it's made of plastic and is cheap in my opinion. The spring keeps coming out. I've broken 3 in 6 weeks. However, i will say the CS has been great about sending out new ones. Just tired of using them to only break.There aren't that many reviews on it. Saw a few video clips of it, that's about it.
they are asking a lot of money for it, just want to know if other people can share their experience.
I also read a thread from other site, he saying it messes up his timing.
I want to like it. But it's made of plastic and is cheap in my opinion. The spring keeps coming out. I've broken 3 in 6 weeks. However, i will say the CS has been great about sending out new ones. Just tired of using them to only break.
I just got off the phone with them. They really are a great company. Sending out another one. They told me not to put it in a bucket.IDK, man. I bought my pop toss in December. I've used it regularly since then. I reckon I have a couple thousand swings on it at this point. Really, I don't have any serious issues. Occasionally the timing will go awry, but overall its been a very acceptable product.
The Pop Toss can be frustrating to learn at first, but it ends up being a very viable BP tool.
I got mine early in the year. I always used a bucket for protection (now using 2 as they recommend) but it took a couple shots over a lot of BP and survived until a shot a few weeks ago. They sent out a new part for free to Canada no questions asked and quickly, and it's back to working.
It's not a perfect product, but my hitting (stats wise) this year has improved over 2018, which itself was my best ever year (2014-2017 were pretty stagnant). I previously did a ton of regular tee work that in all honesty didn't help me much. I'm glad I bought it.
i love my pop toss. its not 25ft as advertised unless you’re in perfect conditions. flat surface. no dirt. no wind. but i still get a good 12-18 feet. gives me time to get set and it has helped my swing and making contact. for 130 bucks and a lifetime part/machine replacement guarantee you really can’t beat it. there are ways to manipulate arc as well. ive always hit fine in bp before games. then i get in the game and pop out to second base almost automatically. its all mental i know but poptoss gave me the live pitch experience and repitition that helped me with my mental game. worth every penny and i would buy one again if it didnt come with warranty