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PostPosted: 27 Jun 2015, 17:20 
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Hi mates, I have a question
Do you think that a training with a robot for improve my chopping skills could be useful?
In that case, what kind of robot do you suggest?
I'm thinking about a simple robot that shots no spin, topspin and backspin balls, and has an oscillator... may be more than enough for a chopper... but that's is only my opinion, i'm courious to read yours.


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http://taiwan.tmall.com/item/4323465848 ... 3234658483

The useful training machine at reasonable price.
Good choice for home use.


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PostPosted: 27 Jun 2015, 22:28 
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That looks expensive e more like donic robopong, I suspect it hasn't no-spin balls.
I'm looking for something like y&t b3...
Maybe just the y&t b3 robot


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