The H2W Pro Table Tennis Robot Review is here. We will discuss the positives and the negative as well as discuss the features that make this robot the best table tennis training robot you can buy.
This table tennis training robot is the premium training robot available on the market. It demonstrates its superb quality with two throw wheels and the ability to hit 22 different spots on the table. This table training robot comes with an LCD touch screen for easy navigation and multiple play decisions and it also has the ability to choose between different routines and shooting patterns with varying spin, speed, and direction. The robot has proven to be everything that the makers promised it would be. It even comes with an easy ball recycling system for non-stop action.
New technology has allowed the makers to add extra flexibility to the robots decision making skills allowing it to determine where the ball should land more accurately than ever before. There are a total of thirty built-in sequences for players to practice with and the robot has the ability to provide varying types of skill shots in one sequence. This means that you can set the robot to provide top shots, high & low shots, and hard and soft shots at different times as well as topspins, side-spins, under-pin and even no-spin, which cannot be found in cheaper robots. Not only can the robot perform all these complex shots, there’s a spin indicator panel that relays the spin before every shot for optimum practice capability. This is the closest you can get to practicing against a real person.
Included with the training robot, you get a net collection and ball recycling system, 120 Nittaku training balls, Free shipping and a 1 year limited warranty.
As discussed earlier, the price is a huge disadvantage for the customers just looking to have some fun with the sport they love. There are other training robots available for much less that would be better suited for the casual player. Another drawback I notice is that I was denting some of the balls when I would hit the robot. This isn’t a major issue, but should be noted.