Tennis Cube Sports Tutor Tennis Ball Machine

Tennis Cube is one of the lightest tennis ball machines for beginners and intermediate players. Its price looks promising and offers many exciting features. Go below for our review of the Tennis Cube tennis ball machine.

Pros:
+ price

+ design
+ low weight for easy transport
+ for beginners and intermediate players
Cons:
– random horizontal oscillation for an additional fee
– small ball capacity (70 balls)
– short court time (up to 2 hours)

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Content:

Technical Specifications
Features
Available Drills
Battery life & recharging
Pricing & Our Verdict

or check our guide to all important features and parameters the best tennis ball machines should have.


Technical Specifications:

Ball Speed: 10 to 50 mph
Programmable Drills: none
Ball Feed Interval: 2 seconds to 10 seconds
Ball Capacity: 70 balls

Phone Compatibility: No

Battery life: 1.5 – 2 hours
Battery charging: 12 hours

Weight: 24 lbs (11 kg)
Dimensions: Height: 15 in (38 cm) Length: 12 in (31 cm) Width: 13 in (33 cm)

Features

Tennis Cube control panel

Tennis Cube is the tennis ball machine from Sports Tutor for beginners and intermediate players. It has three basic features you can use. You can adjust ball speed in the range of 10 to 50 mph (in ten steps of 5 mph), and balls feed interval in the range of 2 to 10 seconds (in ten steps of 1 second). The third feature is an oscillation (see chapter below).

You also can choose the angle of shots from groundstroke to lob by manually elevating the shooting mechanism.

Tennis Cube does not have a remote control, and it is no surprise as it is a standard for ball machines under $1000. Instead, it has an embedded start-up time delay if you practice alone. The start-up time delay gives you time to move to the other side of the court after turning the machine on.

Tennis Cube’s advantage is its low weight. Twenty-four pounds is substantially lower than the weight of other competitors in this price category. The shape of the cube and easy to fold ball feeder makes the Tennis Cube easy to store and transport.

Available Drills

Tennis ball machines under $1000 do not offer custom drills or programmability features. Tennis Cube is not an exception, and the only feature similar to drill is random horizontal oscillation. The oscillation is for the additional fee (not too much) and will upgrade your primary ball machine to a serious tennis partner. Playing against the machine with random oscillation is much more fun for all players.

Looking for a more advanced model with preprogrammed drills and remote control? Check Spinshot Player – The #1 choice of our readers

Battery life & recharging

Tennis Cube is small in terms of dimensions, and therefore the battery can not be massive. That is reflected by a rather short battery court time (up to 2 hours). A smart charger included with the tennis ball machine can recharge the battery overnight and has automatic prevention of over-charging.

Tennis Cube Portable Pricing & Our Verdict

The small and light black box gained our sympathy. Even with a small number of features, Tennis Cube can be a serious tennis partner for any beginner. It can also be used by intermediate players looking for improvement in flat shots. The low ball capacity and short court time are balanced by the low price of the model with the oscillator.

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Tennis Pro Guru

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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