Killerspin Throw

Killerspin Throw Robot
Approx. $ 849 USD
Price $

User Ratings (1)

Features 7.0   
Better than average
Jam Resistance 7.0   
Rarely gets jammed
Durability 7.0   
Lasts a long time before any breaking down
Ease Of Use 7.0   
Easy to use
Overall 9.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Programmable No
Adjustable Height No
Continuous Feed Yes
Wheels 1
Oscillates Yes
Mount Mounted onto Table
There are Table Tennis robots and then there is the Killerspin Throw. Killerspinâs first-ever robot incorporates high-tech functionality in a simple design. The Throw has been developed to teach the sport of table tennis to the casual player and train the advanced player for intense competition â and everyone in between.

The functionality of the Throw includes multiple serve settings, dynamic ball spins and customized sessions. Skip the treadmill for a unique workout and use the Throw as your personal trainer. Want to change up family game night? See who can handle the most serves and be King or Queen of the house!

The Throw is the definitive Table Tennis element â incorporating cutting edge technology with the boldness of Killerspin style.

Reviews (1)

TIME  on 5/31/2013

Settled on the Throw after first buying a Newgy 2050. The Newgy was great for 3 weeks until a plastic feeder arm broke inside the head when a ball jammed. After that it began shooting 2 balls at once. The Throw is manufactured by Oukei Robots in China. It is a very solid machine. So far I love it. MUCH quieter operation than the Newgy, and generally has a more solid feel to it. Best feature by far is the Remote Control which allows you to change the modes while you are hitting! It only has 5 landing spots, so it is not a game simulator like some of the high end robots, but for grooving your stroke and working on footwork this machine is plenty.
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