To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyses reviews to verify trustworthiness.
Looks much cheaper in person than in picture. Also, because of the age range of our kids (10-22) , we spent the extra $20 because of the adjustability of this model to 3 heights; unfortunately, however, you have to take it apart & change out different PVC pipes to get the "adjustability ". That is not practical, & cannot be done by the kids during play. Overall, I was a little disappointed in this product. Not sure how stable it is yet until the kids give it a good workout.
Pros: Unit is sturdy. Assembly was fairly easy to do, although the lengths of the bolts could have been better matched to the job. Cons: Ball is next to useless. It's light, so difficult to throw, and bounces off the backboard too far. If you buy this, plan an extra $12 to $15 to get a decent ball (note: you will have to find a ball approx 9" diameter). The unit has three heights but is only adjustable by undoing bolts and adding or removing sections of pvc pipe. Although this can be done in about 5 minutes with the correct tools, I don't plan to do this. My advice is to pick the height that suits and leave it.
We had a Poolmaster Pro Rebounder for 10 or maybe even 15 years and it was starting to show it's age so I searched out a new pool hoop. There were many pool hoops available but, since the Pro rebounder that we had seemed perfect for us and had stood the test of time, I searched for the latest Pro Rebounder. Sadly, in a decade, they have not made things better. In fact things are actually worse. The ball that was provided with this latest incarnation is not completely round. Not even close to being round. It is so warped that it does not fly straight. We can't really even use it and are instead using our old 10 year old ball from our old Pro Rebounder hoop. The main pole (which used to be metal with metal supports connecting to the base) is now plastic and, at least in its tallest position, wobbles slightly left and right. After a few weeks the plastic on the pole is starting to widen around one of the screws and, due to this, the backboard has started turning left and right slightly after a shot that hits either side of the backboard. It's not a horrible situation but it's getting worse and I'll have to address it with some additional screws. All in all it would not be a bad product except for these issues. We're still enjoying it but I don't think I'll be getting the same life out of this version as I did the previous version and I'll be forced to make some adjustments to a product that is 5 weeks old.