Multi-Ball Picker tool

Table Tennis Equipment

Last updated 7 years ago

Frendy Halim

Frendy Halim Asked 7 years ago

Hi PingSkills

After practice with the multi-ball, I should pick up the balls bend down everytime I pick it. It makes my back hurts and makes me feel tired.

What tools for pick that lots of balls? Is there any alternative tools?


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 7 years ago

Hi Frendy,

Yes there are a few options.  I use one that was supplied by http://www.mypingpongbuddy.com.

The other option that I use is a home made one out of PVC pipe with fishing line spaced at the bottom to allow the balls to squeeze in and then not fall out again.


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Steve Billmire

Steve Billmire Posted 7 years ago

Hello Alois,

 

Thanks for the link to the "Multi-Ball Picker upper. For $35us dollar's you can't beat that. The Picker upper cost less than most bats/ paddle's/ racket's. I'll order one today!!!


Dieter Verhofstadt

Dieter Verhofstadt Posted 7 years ago

We have these buckets in our club which you can press down on balls so that they squeeze in but don't fall out. It's very handy I think, because you only exert force downwards. With nets and such, there's always an upward or forward motion which can strain the back. Couldn't find online examples though.


Gordon Hume

Gordon Hume Posted 7 years ago

I use a Kiwi Ball Picker from New Zealand, which sounds similar to the one Dieter mentions.



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