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The most affordable bowling machine yet for active fun in your back yard, for the whole family.
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.
12 month warranty
|Mrs. L. Mullett|
|Lorelei M. on 28/12/2016||Bought this for my grandson's xmas present and he was over the moon when he unwrapped it! It was easily assembled and is now up and running in the garden. I'm sure he will get lots of use and enjoyment from this machine whilst at the same time improving his cricket skills.|
|Sophie T. on 30/12/2016||Made you 11 years Christmas, great for the practice he needs at home.|
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