Paceman Original S2 Cricket Bowling Machine

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Average rating: 4.5/5 - Number of reviews: 3

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£ 223.99 inc VAT

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£ 279.99 inc VAT

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Confused about the different types of Paceman Bowling Machines and which balls can be used with which machine? Then check out our complete guide to Paceman Bowling Machines here: https://www.cricket-hockey.com/latest-news/25_guide-to-paceman-bowling-machines.html


The second generation Paceman  offers quality, accurate, reliable bowling simulation for the backyard cricketer and beyond. It includes features normally associated with much more expensive club level machines – and at an affordable price.

  • Integrated 3G (3rd Generation) Paceman Drive System
  • Titan 1/4 HP AC motor
  • Upgraded rubber guarded protected housing
  • Variable bowling speeds up to 90kph
  • Fully adjustable for full pitch and short pitch deliveries
  • Includes automatic 12 ball feeder
  • Easy to assemble, put away and store
  • Able to produce inswing and outswing deliveries
  • Uses exclusively Paceman Light, Junior and LTD balls for safety and performance (not included)
  • 1 year warranty

Runs on mains electricity. There is no battery option for the Paceman machines so if you don't have a power source you will need to buy either a small generator or an inverter which runs off a 12V car battery. Click Here for an example of an inverter which may be suitable, but we are not responsible for any additional components and advise you to research what would be best for your own needs.

Note this is designed for use on UK 240v power supplies - to use it outside of the UK you will need a pure sinewave inverter which we can not be responsible for.

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harjinder k. on 14/06/2016
ratingMachine is fine. .
Peter K. on 17/06/2016.
ratingPaceman Original S2 Cricket Bowling Machine
Stuart F. on 14/08/2017The product was delivered in a timely manner.

What did I like about it? It's easy to assemble, quite light and delivers the balls at a fair pace quite accurately.

What could be improved? You have to manually aim the device by adjusting the legs, this is a bit cumbersome, they would use a similar arm that video camera tripods have for better accuracy.

Overall it's a decent product.
  


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