Sports Tutor Ball Machines Overview

Sports Tutor Inc. is a Burbank, California based manufacturer of a wide range of athletic ball machines. The product portfolio includes ball machines for baseball, tennis, soccer, volleyball, pickleball, and softball. Sports Tutor is a private company and does not disclose much information. The number of employees is in the range of 20 to 70, and the revenues should be around $7 million quarterly.

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Design of Sports Tutor Ball Machines

Sports Tutor Tennis and Pickleball Ball Machines are easily recognized. Its box design of black (tennis) and green (pickleball) can not be overlooked. It reminds the Spinshot Sports Tennis Ball Machines and its simple but effective design.

Ball machines for other sports (baseball, softball, volleyball, soccer) do not have the same brand uniform.

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Sports Tutor Tennis Ball Machines

Tennis Ball Machines made by Sports Tutor can be divided into two categories: Portable Battery-Powered and AC/DC Powered.

Portable Battery-Powered Tennis Ball Machines

There are six basic portable battery-powered tennis ball machines produced by Sports Tutor. Some of them have variations, all in all, you can choose from 8 different models. The model range starts with small Tennis Twist that is powered by 6 D sized batteries and can be used even in the basement. Other models have in-built rechargeable batteries.

Battery-powered models are easy to transport and store, and you do not need to have an electric outlet on the court.

Tennis TwistTennis CubeTennis Tutor Prolite/Prolite PlusTennis Tutor Plus/Plus PlayerWilson PortableShotmaker Mini
for kids and beginners
battery-powered
for beginners and intermediate players
battery powered
for beginners and intermediate players
battery powered
for intermediate and advanced players
battery powered
for intermediate and advanced players
battery powered
for intermediate and advanced players
battery powered
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AC/DC Powered Tennis Ball Machines

AC/DC powered ball machines need an electric outlet in proximity to the court. The main advantage is their long court time, as you do not need to charge batteries. Therefore, AC/DC powered tennis ball machines are used mainly by tennis clubs for practices.

Sports Tutor produces three AC/DC powered tennis ball machines models. Each model can be bought with different features, so you can choose from 8 different products.

Tennis Tower
Tower Classic/Tower/Tower Player
Tennis Tower IO
Standard/Player/Deluxe
Shotmaker
Standard/Deluxe
for home courts and clubs
ac/dc powered
for home courts and clubs
ac/dc powered
for home courts and clubs
ac/dc powered
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Sports Tutor Pickleball Ball Machines

There are not many pickleball ball machines on the market, and Sports Tutor is one of the leading brands. Their two battery-powered portable models are available at affordable prices and offer many interesting functions.

OnCourt OffCourt Pickleball Tutor SpinOnCourt OffCourt Pickleball Tutor Plus
Basic model for BeginnersAdvanced model for Intermediate players
Pros:
+ price
+ 25 free balls included
Cons:
- no remote control
- just basic features
Pros:
+ two-line oscillation
+ 9 levels of spin and backspin
+ remote control
+ electric elevation
Cons:
- weight
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Simon is the leading editor of TennisProGuru.com from 2015. He is an avid tennis player from age of 5, however, he never reached the pro level. Still, he likes playing tennis on different courts, with different rackets, and against different opponents. In his free time, you can find him watching all possible tennis matches he can find on the web or tv. Challenger or Grand Slam? It does not matter, just tennis matters.

He currently plays with:
Racket: Wilson Clash 100
Strings: Babolat RPM Blast
Grip: Head Xtreme Soft
Shoes: Asics Gel-Game 5 Clay (for clay courts), Lotto Court (for hard courts)
Balls: Dunlop Fort All Courts and Head Championship

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