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Challenge: If you play indoors or need to set up nets for tennis or badminton in gymnasiums with easy set up and great locking wheels to roll in and out of storage, read on …
Solution: If you need a portable net system and don’t want to always break it down and set it up, the 4-inch locking wheels on our Roll-A-Net fill a real need in many situations! These units are great for indoor tennis clubs, school gymnasiums, or even at home where you can roll the net into a garage when not using it in your driveway or cul-de-sac! And, for regular outdoor use the unit is powder coated with weather-resistant polyester paint to help avoid rusting with over time with outdoor use in humid or seaside climates.
CREATIVE IDEA #1 KEEP THE NET ON-COURT FOR PARENTS
Wheel the net to the side of the court when not in use. When parents come to hit with their kids, they can pull out the net that their children are using in their tennis classes, borrow the “red level balls” from the pro shop or buy their own, and help their young children in a meaningful way.
CREATIVE IDEA #2 USE AS TENNIS TRAINING AID or FOR BADMINTON
The versatile Roll-a-Net adjusts in height from tennis height all the way up to the 60-inch regulation height needed for badminton. You can also use it as a training aid for adults or juniors to hit over as it raises the height of the actual tennis net when placed in front of it. You can also place it on the opposing service line for the players to practice hitting deeper, while hitting more penetrating balls through the court. For badminton lovers, these nets are perfect for home, school, and club use!
Care Suggestion: Portable Net Systems are designed for either indoor or outdoor use. However, please do not leave this product outside for extended periods. We suggest that you store your system indoors and not expose to wet or extreme outside elements. Although most Portable Net Systems are rust resistant, they are not rust proof. We cannot warranty products that are left outside for extended periods.
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