LIFETIME DOUBLE SHOT: The GOOD It is a really good quality product, everything is a thicker gauge of metal, better rims better bolts better lots of things. I've read bad things about the IR sensor from other people, but I haven't had a mis-count yet (with the exception of double balls going in too fast ... but this was the same issue on the "clicker" type as well). [...]All in all, it's sturdy, and functions the way it was meant to. LIFETIME DOUBLE SHOT: The BAD For me, I feel not offering any variance in the game types makes the game much less attractive. This game retails for 2x the retail price of the Sportcraft (and the quality shows it), but still It's a little disappointing there isn't any other fun options. The game takes up so much real estate having some multi-options would have provided some cool variations to flavor it up. Also, as mentioned already, the sounds and "Countdown" are a bit bland ... a little boring really. I'd like them to look at the "professional arcade games" out currently and take a page from there book.OTHER COMPARISONS:Sportcraft uses batteries which provides move-ability, however the batteries die QUICKLY. While LIFETIME requires a AC plug. It's nice to never have to change the batteries. IDEALLY you could have BOTH. That way, I can pull it outside for a party with no power and it would work fine, but for regular use it would stay tucked in and plugged in.LIFETIME has an adjustable height (two options), but I was able to manually "cut" one of the extension posts to be in-between the two. This allows for a considerable taller game than SPORTCRAFT (which I prefer)BOTTOM LINE:I Love the product, but I would gladly have paid another $50-$100 if they added some of the other cool features (better sound, and game variance). Otherwise, this game is tons of fun.
Ordered a medium and was sent a 2X. Had to return the wrong size and order it again in the right size. Other then that, it was fine and my husband loved it for his Redskins team!
I bought this basketball goal for my grandaughter who is 6. It is just the right size for her using the lower of the height settings. This system should work fine as she grows. I bought a youth basketball (smaller size) as well and the net was designed for a full size ball. Not a big deal but wanted to mention that this was a surprise. I filled the base wtih sand (2X 80 Lb bags). It was not as convenient as using water but I was concerned that the water would freeze and crack the plastic base. You need a large funnel to get this task done. Fortunately I had one on hand. If you do this I highly recommend you buy one. I put the system together by myself but had help with filling it with sand. In retrospect I would advise having 2 people to assemble the system. (especially the pole to the base). Also, read the directions closely. There is one step on assembly of the pole that if not done correctly can't be reversed. I am pleased with my purchase and got a good price online that saved about $30 and was delivered to my door. No trip to the store. The sand did come from Home Depot.
i had been having bad back and leg pain for a while. i went to chiropractors, accupuncture, you name it. i then read information about inversion tables, and was able to purchase one for a VERY reasonable rate.this was my first experiance with overstock.com. i am a big girl-but i am able to use this table easily.it is solid and safe, a good thing when you are hanging upside down! it has helped me to the point that i dont have to take pain pills any mopre. i use it 2x a day, as does my husband. we love it
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